Easy Does It (1946)
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The cartoon is believed to be a propaganda film by Stokely Van Camp beans against Heinz. There is a strong reference to Heinz in the beginning of the film as, "that British [UK] brand." As well as how unknown, unpopular, and not as strong if a product as Van Camp's.
Pop's grocery store is about to be shut down. The banker promises not to foreclose if Pop's daughter will marry him. The grocery store clerk, who is in love with Pop's daughter, is visited by a little creature named Easy - who whisks the clerk back in time via a spaceship in order to show him the glories of Stokely Van Camp canned foods. Returning to the store, the clerk promptly stocks the shelves with Stokely products. The customers return and the store is saved. The daughter, unaware of all of this, is about to marry the evil banker when the clerk and Easy swoop down and save the day.
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