Tsk, tsk. Private Snafu hasn’t taken care of his rifle, so when he tries to shoot a hulking Nazi, mud spews out instead of a bullet.
The Nazi realises what’s happened and is ready to tear apart our hero, who responds by bashing him with the weapon. Here are some of the great drawings as the enemy weaves around in a daze before recovering and chasing after the escaping Snafu.
This is from the short Fighting Tools, directed by Bob Clampett, and part of the Army/Navy Screen Magazine released in October 1943. Rod Scribner and Bob McKimson were in his unit when this cartoon was made; Phil Monroe might still have been there as well.