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  • 06:11 Popular Woody Woodpecker  Convict Concerto - 1954

    Woody Woodpecker Convict Concerto - 1954

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    Woody is a shy piano tuner who is held at gunpoint by a bank robber named Mugsy (Dal McKennon) who is on the lam. Mugsy hides out inside the grand piano Woody is tuning, and directs him to start playing immediately. Mugsy plays part of Frédéric Chopin's F

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  • 07:21 Popular Woody Woodpecker  The Dizzy Acrobat - 1943

    Woody Woodpecker The Dizzy Acrobat - 1943

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    Woody Woodpecker visits a traveling circus. He attempts to sneak into the big top but a caretaker kicks him out. He says that if Woody wants to see the show, he will have to water the elephant. Woody attaches the elephant to a water spout and attempts aga

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  • 06:12 Popular Woody Woodpecker - After The Ball

    Woody Woodpecker - After The Ball

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    Pierre Bear runs a bowling ball factory in the great North. Pierre mistakenly chops down Woody's treehouse and converts into a bowling ball. Despite this, Woody decides to still reside in it, and goes about trying to outwit the bear. Pierre uses a water h

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  • 07:33 Popular Woody Woodpecker  The Dippy Diplomat - 1945

    Woody Woodpecker The Dippy Diplomat - 1945

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    The film begins with Wally Walrus preparing a feast, which Woody Woodpecker tries to take advantage, if using multiple devices to get crashed. After use without much success for several features, Woody discovers that the banquet was being prepared to rece

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  • 06:56 Popular Woody Woodpecker  The Great Who Dood It - 1952

    Woody Woodpecker The Great Who Dood It - 1952

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    Woody Woodpecker lands in a sideshow at a small-town circus, where his heckling proves too much for magician Buzz Buzzard to handle. Woody's pursued by Buzz throughout the fair. The Great Who-Dood-It is the 43rd animated cartoon short subject in the Woody

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  • 06:48 Popular Woody Woodpecker - The CooCoo Bird (1947)

    Woody Woodpecker - The CooCoo Bird (1947)

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    Woody decides to go to bed early so he can get a head start on quail season the next morning. However, circumstances conspire to keep him awake. The Coo Coo Bird is the 22nd animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrica

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  • 06:55 Popular Woody Woodpecker - The Barber Of Seville

    Woody Woodpecker - The Barber Of Seville

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    Woody arrives at "Tony Figaro's" barber shop in hopes of getting a "victory haircut" (a then-contemporary World War II reference). Finding the shop's proprietor out for an Army physical, Woody attempts to cut his own hair and those of other customers. The

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  • 07:56 Popular Woody Woodpecker  The Hollywood Matador - 1942

    Woody Woodpecker The Hollywood Matador - 1942

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    The Hollywood Matador is the fourth animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on February 9, 1942, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures.

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  • 46:00 Popular Woody Woodpecker (1940-1942)

    Woody Woodpecker (1940-1942)

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    Woody Woodpecker, Knock Knock, Screwdriver, Pantry Panic, Hollywood Matador, Ace In The Hole, and Loan Stranger. Woody Woodpecker and Friends. Created by Walter Lantz.

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  • 06:48 Popular Woody Woodpecker - Ace In The Hole (1942)

    Woody Woodpecker - Ace In The Hole (1942)

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    Ace in the Hole marks the first time Kent Rogers provided the voice for Woody. Woody's original design became a little softer in starting with Ace in the Hole. His buck teeth began to disappear, as Lantz realized this feature was extraneous. In addition,

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  • 06:45 Popular Woody Woodpecker - Loan Stranger (1942)

    Woody Woodpecker - Loan Stranger (1942)

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    beginning with this cartoon Woody's appearance has a minor change as his design is less "off-model" than in previous cartoons, which began with Ace in the Hole. Note that in this cartoon the bird didn't have his previous buck teeth. The Loan Stranger is t

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  • 06:53 Popular Woody Woodpecker - Ace In The Hole (1942)

    Woody Woodpecker - Ace In The Hole (1942)

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    Woody Woodpecker desires to fly a plane but the big bully (Sarge) tries to stop him from flying and he thinks he is too young. Woody Woodpecker - Ace In The Hole. Created by Walter Lantz. Released June 22, 1942.

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