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Ben Hardaway

Country: USA

Total Titles at Criticker: 114 - You've Seen 0

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Destination Meatball (1951)
The cartoon opens with a line of people (including Woody) drooling at the window of a market butcher's shop (Buzz Buzzard). What ensues is a short series of gags about how Buzz dishonestly (and literally) "jacks" up all his prices. Since Woody is broke as usual, he sneaks in and gets thrown out by Buzz. On the way out, Woody collides with a bottle of invisible ink and turns partially invisible. (imdb)
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Sleep Happy (1951)
Sleep Happy (1951) - Short Film
An exhausted Woody is walking the streets looking for a place to rest. He happens upon Wally Walrus' bed & board which welcomes boarders. He enters Wally's house, settles into bed, and sets his alarm. Unfortunately, Woody tends to be a noisy roommate with his constant snoring, chuckling, and moving about. Wally tries to silence him by all means possible but all attempts fail until, finally, the alarm goes off, the sun rises, a rested Woody leaves, and Wally has had one heck of a sleepless night. (imdb)
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The Redwood Sap (1951)
This short is a rather manic re-telling of the fable, "The Ant and the Grasshopper", with Woody Woodpecker as the grasshopper. (imdb comments)
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A Bone for a Bone (1951)
Two polite twin gophers are in their underground home, playing gin, when a dog buries his bone right on top of them... (imdb)
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Puny Express (1951)
Puny Express (1951) - Short Film
Woody is a wandering cowboy who notices an ad at a western post office advertising for a new mail delivery rider. Woody accepts but is warned of mail thief Buzz Buzzard. Woody regards the buzzard as a pushover and begins his trek. Sure enough, Woody eventually encounters the buzzard who uses every trick possible to snatch the mail from Woody's hands spreading tacks across the road and dynamiting a bridge. But Woody is prepared for Buzz's antics... (imdb)
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Drooler
A thoroughly thirsty Woody Woodpecker overhears a radio advertisement for the "Drooler's Delight" ice cream soda. Armed with his only quarter, he heads to the malt shop to relieve his thirst. Unfortunately, his quarter is stolen along the way by greedy Buzz Buzzard and a free-for-all ensues between the two over it culminating with Woody disguising himself as a woman to earn Buzz's affections and retrieve his quarter. (imdb)
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Scrappy Birthday (1949)
For her birthday, Andy presents his sweetheart, Miranda, with her usual present, candy and flowers. Miranda complains she wants something decent for her birthday like a fur coat...which Andy can't afford. A con man tells him he doesn't need money. He sells him a tracking hound and tells him he can hunt for the fox himself. Unfortunately, the fox Andy and his hound find has no intentions of being caught. Eventually, Andy does capture an animal to make a fur stole with. (imdb)
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Dog Tax Dodgers (1948)
Andy reads in the newspaper that dog catcher Wally Walrus is coming to collect $3.00 worth of dog tax from every dog owner. Being kind of a cheapskate, he hides his dog in the closet from Wally's presence but, upon entering Andy's house, Wally still suspects something is amiss. He uses a trained flea to reveal the dog who gets chased by Wally into a pond in the backyard. (imdb)
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Wacky Bye Baby (1948)
After Woody is thrown out of a city park for being a vagrant, Woody deems himself "an outcast" and decides he needs to advance his living conditions. He reads in the newspaper that millionaire Wally Walrus is looking to adopt a baby boy. He dresses himself as a baby and leaves himself on Wally's doorstep. At first, Wally is pleased as punch to become a father but soon realizes Woody to be the freeloader that he is and impatiently tries to exterminate him with a dynamite ball. (imdb)
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Wild and Woody! (1948)
The bad guy buzzard has been taking out all the sheriffs. Woody rides into town and signs on as sheriff, and faces off with the buzzard. (imdb)
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The Playful Pelican (1948)
Andy is swabbing the deck of his ship when he comes across a stubborn pelican who refuses to move. When Andy finally does rid himself of the pesky bird, it turns out that particular pelican was an expecting mother whose offspring has now hatched. Feeling bad, Andy does his best to care for the young hatchling until the bird goes after a frog culminating in his needing to be rescued from a hungry shark. Soon Andy needs to be rescued as well and its mother pelican to the rescue. (imdb)
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Wet Blanket Policy (1948)
Woody Woodpecker buys life insurance with the benifactor being Buzz Buzzard who wants to collect early. (imdb)
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Kiddie Koncert (1948)
Wally Walrus is the conductor at a local schoolhouse who conducts the entire school band to the tune of "Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna". (imdb)
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Banquet Busters (1948)
Woody Woodpecker and Andy Panda are two (unemployed) musicians who sit in their office without food sans one last bean that a mouse eats. Fortunately, there is a banquet going on down the street at Mrs. Van Glutton's mansion. The two arrive at the mansion and instantly try the patience of butler Wally Walrus who doesn't appreciate the food filching ways of the two. Eventually, an enormous food fight erupts with Wally caught in the middle, ending with Wally chasing the two away with a shotgun. (imdb)
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Pixie Picnic (1948)
Pixie Picnic (1948) - Short Film
An orchestra of gnomes (some of whom look like they might know Snow White). As they are playing flowers and other organic instruments in the forest, there are various mishaps, all timed to music. A chef inflates a trussed turkey, which explodes, showering the pixies with various foodstuffs; a bottle of ketchup squirts out one gnome's ears as he plays. (imdb)
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Solid Ivory (1947)
Solid Ivory (1947) - Short Film
Woody is shooting pool at a farm house when one of his pool balls rolls into a nearby henhouse. He takes the ball back but must battle with the hen who thinks the woodpecker is taking one of her eggs. Woody makes several attempts to get the ball back from the protective poultry finally disguising himself as a macho continental rooster whom the hen falls for causing Woody to retrieve his ball. But it doesn't last long. (imdb)
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The Mad Hatter (1947)
Woody is offered a movie role providing he arrives at the studio at 9:00 a.m. and *must* wear a top hat. His sole hat is eaten by moths so he goes to Wally Walrus' hat store to purchase a new one (and, for once, does not give Wally a hard time). After a few attempts to get the hat to fit Woody's head, he buys the hat but it blows away landing on a goose in a meadow. After tussling with the goose, he gets his head back but loses his job at the studio anyway. (imdb)
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Overture to William Tell (1947)
In this Lantz Color Cartune (production number 2326), Wally Walrus, masquerading as famed orchestra leader, Sir Wally Walrus, mounts the podium to conduct the orchestra, and his troubles only end when the cartoon does, with the orchestra completely destroyed. (imdb)
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Well Oiled (1947)
Well Oiled (1947) - Short Film
While travelling along a woodland highway, Woody's car runs out of gas. He intends to get some more by siphoning some from a nearby car, not realizing the car belongs to policeman Wally Walrus who immediately chases the bird. Woody temporarily eludes Wally by disguising himself as a gas station attendant who fills Wally's car to the brim with water! When Woody's disguise is uncovered, the two duel with grease guns. (imdb)
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Smoked Hams (1947)
Smoked Hams (1947) - Short Film
Wally Walrus is a day sleeper and requires daily rest while his neighbor in the adjacent apartment, Woody Woodpecker, is a night sleeper who does his chores during the day. Needless to say, Woody's noisy chores tend to keep the hapless Wally from getting any slumber particularly when he burns his leaves in the backyard, the smoke from the burning pile travelling into Wally's room eventually turning the pipes in his bed into a musical organ! But Wally gets the last laugh... (imdb)
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The Bandmaster (1947)
Andy Panda is the conductor of an all animal circus ochestra. (imdb)
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The Coo Coo Bird (1947)
Woody reads in his newspaper that quail hunting season begins the next morning at 5 a.m. Not wanting to pass up quail hunting, he determines to get a good night's sleep but, of course, his attempts are ruined by all manner of distractions such as a flashing neon sign, an obnoxious cuckoo clock (the cuckoo itself is just as obnoxious), and the destruction of Woody's bed causing him to sleep on an "automatic table" which he has many a tussle with. (imdb)
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Woody the Giant Killer (1947)
Out of work, Woody complains about his not having any living quarters. A slick talking con man convinces him to buy some "magic beans" promising they will guarantee him a home. Sure enough, Woody climbs the resulting beanstalk and finds a huge castle at the top. Unfortunately, the castle is already occupied by a sleeping giant who Woody eventually outwits, turning his castle into a series of apartments with the giant as a bellboy and Woody as his manager. (imdb)
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Fair Weather Fiends (1946)
After a storm strands them on a deserted island, Woody Woodpecker and his wolf friend end up battling themselves in a quest to find food. (imdb)
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Musical Moments from Chopin (1946)
Woody Woodpecker and Andy Panda give a piano performance for an audience of barnyard animals. (imdb)
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Apple Andy (1946)
Apple Andy (1946) - Short Film
Andy Panda is very fond of apples and he eats a bushel of green apples, falls asleep and has a nightmare in which the devil is trying to entice him into Hades and stuffs him full of apple juice, applesauce and more apples. (In Andy's defense, since Andy was taught not to eat green apples, the devil had spray-painted the green apples red.) (imdb)
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Who
In this Walter Lantz Color Cartune---the correct house-name brand for the Woody's, and not Swing Symphony as some Keyworder seems to think---Woody, per usual, is sleeping and idling while the ants and grasshoppers are gathering food for the winter, and Woody even has a nightmare about it. He awakens, under a blanket of snow, to find that both Winter and a hungry wolf are knocking at his door. The wolf has intentions of eating Woody...but Woody also has the same thoughts regarding the wolf. (imdb)
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The Wacky Weed (1946)
Andy Panda goes shopping for a flower to decorate his lawn but the poor flower is attacked by a very nasty weed that threatens to choke the life out of it... (imdb)
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Bathing Buddies (1946)
Woody and Wally share an apartment building. Woody's favorite pastime is playing golf... it's just a shame he plays inside the house instead of outside. Finally, Wally breaks his club and tells him not to make any more noise. Woody decides to forget his troubles by taking a bath. His bathtub is coin-operated and when he inserts a dime for the water, it falls down the drain. (imdb)
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The Reckless Driver (1946)
Driving down a U.S. highway, Woody passes a billboard which reminds him that he should renew his drivers' license. He heads to the department of motor vehicles and asks Officer Wally Walrus, who takes an immediate dislike to Woody, to give him the test. He puts Woody through the eye test, the reflex test, and the fingerprint test...with Woody constantly making short work of the walrus' patience. (imdb)
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Mousie Come Home (1946)
Andy and his dog, Milo, share their house with an obnoxious rodent who enjoys tormenting the two above anything else. Finally, the two decide the only way they can rid themselves of the pest is for the two to just plain move out. They pack their bags and move to a new house leaving the mouse behind. With no one to torment, the mouse decides life isn't worth living anymore and attempts to end it all until he finally discovers their new address, moves in with them, and resumes tormenting the two. (imdb)
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Woody Dines Out (1945)
Woody is hungry because all the restaurants are closed; and when he sees a place that stuffs birds, he goes there - only to learn he's gone to a taxidermist. (imdb)
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Sliphorn King of Polaroo (1945)
This Swing Symphony cartoon from Walter Lantz features the sweet trombone playing (for Jackson)of Jack Teagarden and baritone Lee Sweetland as the speaking and singing voice of Jackson, the trombone-playing merchant-marine sailor who is shipwrecked in the icy wastes of the far north. His trombone playing knocks the native seals and penguins out of their sox, and his jive and jazz keeps everyone steppin', truckin' and warm, and he is crowned the Sliphorn King of Polaroo. (imdb)
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Crow Crazy (1945)
Crow Crazy (1945) - Short Film
Andy Panda finds his cornfield besieged by crows. He gets rid of them... except for one stubborn member who refuses to leave... (imdb)
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The Egg Cracker Suite (1945)
Oswald and other Easter Bunnies in an Easter egg plant get the eggs ready and colored in time for Easter. (bcdb.com)
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Pied Piper of Basin Street (1945)
Mix of jazz and animation in a re-telling of the Pied Piper fairy tale. (imdb comments)
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The Poet & Peasant (1945)
Andy Panda conducts the "Hollywood Washbowl Orchestra" (an ensemble of farm animals, on a farm) in the title tune. After Andy removes a frog from under his wig, he begins. All is well until his shirt gets stuck on a nail; while he's fighting it, the orchestra breaks into a swinging tune. (imdb)
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Chew-Chew Baby (1945)
Wally Walrus kicks the delinquent Woody Woodpecker out of his boarding house. But the mooching bird finds the walrus's personal ad in the newspaper and comes back, disguised as a woman. (imdb)
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The Loose Nut (1945)
Woody Woodpecker goes to the park for a game of golf, and quickly gets at odds with some city-workers who are laying a cement walk. His hooks and slices keep landing into the wet cement. But he smooths everything out by putting a couple of cement-trowels on his feet, and gliding over the surface as if it was ice. (imdb)
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The Dippy Diplomat (1945)
A newspaper announces that Ivan Awfulitch, the famous ambassador, is due to have a barbecue with local resident Wally Walrus. Unfortunately, while Wally is preparing the barbecue, the scent of the steaks he is cooking attracts an unwelcome guest in the form of Woody Woodpecker. He steals some of the food through a knothole in the fence then uses a bow and arrow to get the rest. (imdb)
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Abou Ben Boogie (1944)
In this Swing Symphony cartoon things are hopping on an Arabian desert when local tribesmen gather at the Adobe Club for an evening of middle-eastern jitterbugging, boogie-woogie and truckin'. A very-shapely-indeed girl is dancing to a song about Abou Ben Boogie, the Oriental Rug Cutter, whose advances toward the girl are thwarted by a dancing horse. The dancer manages to elude Ben Boogie and all the other wolfish attendees. (imdb)
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Greatest Man in Siam (1944)
The king of Siam has ordered that the greatest man in the country will have his daughter's hand in marriage.
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Jungle Jive (1944)
Jungle Jive (1944) - Short Film
At the Sandwich Islands, which includes the "deviled egg" island, the "hot dog on a bun" island, and the "hamburger" island (with a sign, "Hold the Onions"), we see a man on the "tunaville" island surveying the area with a telescope. He notices a crate full of musical instruments wash ashore and alerts the others. The tribe finds these instruments strange and unusual at first but eventually really get the hang of them, particularly one member who plays a hot piano.
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The Barber of Seville (1944)
Woody is standing outside the Seville Barber Shop looking at the ads. Wanting a "victory haircut", he decides to enter the shop only to find the owner has stepped out for a physical. Woody decides to cut his own hair ("I cut my own teeth") but unfortunately is mistaken for the owner when two other customers enter, one an Indian who wants a quick shampoo and the other, a construction worker who wants "the whole works" and, unfortunately, gets it. (imdb)
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Fish Fry (1944)
Fish Fry (1944) - Short Film
Andy buys a goldfish from a pet store. As he's carrying it home, balanced on his head, a garbage-picking cat sees it and becomes obsessed. First, he tries a simple grab from the other side of a fence, but the fish first fights its way out of the cat's mouth, then bites the cat (twice, the second time with vicious looking dentures). The cat next pretends to be a desert explorer, dying of thirst. (imdb)
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The Painter and the Pointer (1944)
Andy Panda is the painter and his dog, Butch, is the pointer, and Andy is trying to paint a portrait of Butch doing what a bird-dog is supposed to do...standing still and pointing to the game-bird. But Butch won't stand still. Andy's solution is to rig a gun to go off if Butch moves a muscle. Butch gamely resists all temptations to move but a couple of spiders carry him off in their web, with the gun going off repeatedly and peppering Butch's posterior. (imdb)
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The Beach Nut (1944)
Woody Woodpecker torments Wally Walrus on the beach. Their conflict leads to the amusement pier where Woody disguises himself as a yogi. (imdb)
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Ski for Two (1944)
Ski for Two (1944) - Short Film
Woody Woodpecker goes on a ski vacation at the Swiss Chard Lodge where Wally Walrus is the proprietor. (imdb)
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Meatless Tuesday (1943)
Andy Panda wants roast chicken for his Meatless Tuesday dinner...but the farmyard rooster isn't being cooperative. (imdb)
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Cow-Cow Boogie (1943)
The foreman of the "Lazy S Ranch" is getting much work out of his shiftless cowhands until a black cowboy on a donkey comes riding' along singing "Cow Cow Boogie." (imdb)
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Swing Your Partner (1943)
A horse (with a Jack Benny attitude and voice) is treated like a horse and doesn't like it, so he gets even with his owner. (bcdb.com)
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Andy Panda
Andy Panda and his dog Balmer plant a victory garden, while a pesky rooster eats their plants. Andy wants to plant a new garden with the help of his dog. Unfortunately, everything goes wrong for both of them. Andy finds that the ground is hard as rocks and he can't dig; he has to use a drill. The dog chases a worm and gets stuck in a rake. The worm whacks him and leads him on a merry chase through a garden hose, turning it into a snake which blasts the poor dog in the face with water.
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Canine Commandos (1943)
A Walter Lantz Andy Panda cartoon released June 28, 1943.
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Ration Bored (1943)
Ration Bored (1943) - Short Film
Woody Woodpecker tries to steal gasoline from a car, not realizing it belongs to a police officer. (imdb)
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Pass the Biscuits, Mirandy! (1943)
WWII propaganda film about a redneck family and their biscuits.
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Boogie Woogie Man Will Get You If You Don
Swing music cartoon with black ghosts. (bcdb.com)
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The Screwball (1943)
A gate-crashing Woody Woodpecker sneaks in to see the game and winds up pitching and batting for one of the teams. (imdb)
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The Dizzy Acrobat (1943)
Woody Woodpecker sneaks in to see the circus as an usher attempts to stop him. Both of them end up on the trapeze and the high wire. (imdb)
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Boogie Woogie Sioux (1942)
A group of indians are dancing in boogie-woogie style. Immeadiatly comes the rain but the indians are still singing. (walterlantz.wikia.com)
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Good-Bye Mr. Moth (1942)
Andy Panda is very happy running his tailor shop until a huge, hungry moth flies through the keyhole, and starts making a buffet dinner out of all the clothes in Andy's shop. Andy's attempts to get him out are unsuccessful, until the moth has had his fill---all of Andy's stock---and departs the premises. (imdb)
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The Hams That Couldn
the story of the innocent who gets caught, charged and executed while the real criminal is like an innocent baby watching. (imdb comments)
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Juke Box Jamboree (1942)
A mouse, sleeping in the Zowie Cafe, has his sleep disturbed by the jukebox. He crawls into the machine, but the mechanism flings him out the coin return. The mouse lands in a glass of Zowie beverage, which he happily drinks. Bottles tip over, releasing the spirits (both alcoholic and ghostly) within. (imdb)
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Mother Goose on the Loose (1942)
Mother Goose rhymes are given the 40's era toon treatment.
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Pigeon Patrol (1942)
A pigeon wants to be a carrier pigeon for the Military so he can win the heart of his sweetheart.
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Under the Spreading Blacksmith Shop (1942)
Andy Panda is helping his pop out in his blacksmith shop and expresses a desire of his to shoe a horse. Pop tells him he couldn't even shoe a fly (laughs!!!) and decides to prove it to him by taking him up on the offer... namely by disguising himself as a horse (named Charlie) to fool his son. Andy agrees to shoe "Charlie" but the plan goes awry when all manner of disaster befalls the disguised pop culminating in his swallowing several magnets. (imdb)
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Air Raid Warden (1942)
A Walter Lantz Andy Panda cartoon released December 21, 1942.
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The Hollywood Matador (1942)
Woody Woodpecker is a crazy matador fighting a terrifying bull named Oxnar the Terrible. (imdb)
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Ace in the Hole (1942)
Woody Woodpecker is a stable boy who longs to fly a plane. But the bulldog sergeant on the airfield stands in his way (imdb)
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The Loan Stranger (1942)
A wolf in loan officer's clothing loans Woody Woodpecker one dollar. Thirty days later, poor Woody owes $366.50. (imdb)
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Nutty Pine Cabin (1942)
Andy is trying to build a cabin in the peace and quiet of a primeval forest with new lumber (and the assistance of various woodland friends). The lumber twists and turns, and the cabin falls. A bunch of eager beavers are trying to build a dam. They learn that Andy has some lumber, and they come to borrow some. Andy thinks that they are cute, and, in a generous (and joking) mood, he gives a curious little beaver a piece of beaverboard.
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Woody Woodpecker (1941)
The very first cartoon to feature the wacky bird... (imdb)
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Salt Water Daffy (1941)
A Cartune short
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Pantry Panic (1941)
Pantry Panic (1941) - Short Film
Woody's friends warn him that the groundhog has predicted a blizzard. Unconcerned, Woody decides not to go South with his pals. Soon enough, the blizzard sweeps in and destroys the loony woodpecker's stash of food. Facing starvation, a glimmer of hope arrives in the form of a cat. The cat is also starving and it turns into a match of brawn and wits to see who eats who. (imdb)
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Man
A hunter and his tracking dog have been hunting all day and decide to call it quits for the night. They settle into the hunter's cabin and each go to their respective beds (with the hunter promising more hunting bright and early the next morning much to the hound's disgust). At any rate, the dog settles into bed but is kept awake all night by all manner of distractions.
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Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company
Hot Breath Harry is a hot trumpeter at a jazz club. He finds himself drafted into the Army, where he's assigned to be the bugler of an African-American company. But everyone hates the bugler, because he blows reveille at the ungodly hour of 5 AM sharp. (imdb)
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Dizzy Kitty (1941)
Dizzy Kitty (1941) - Short Film
Andy Panda and his father are trying to groom an alley cat, which Andy wants to enter in a Cat Show, The cat is not interested in being in show business, and is even more disinterested in getting a bath. A swimming pool is the last resort where everybody but the cat gets wet.
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The Screwdriver (1941)
Woody Woodpecker is driving through the countryside and is, shall we say, not a stickler for the rules... (imdb)
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Mouse Trappers (1941)
When Andy Panda's father brags about what a great hunter he is to Andy, Andy's mother immediately challenges her husband to get rid of a mouse in their home. Andy's father tries all kinds of traps and even brings in a cat. But the cat turns out to be an old friend of the mouse's, and none of the traps work. Finally, Andy's father takes more drastic measures.
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Fair Today (1941)
Fair Today (1941) - Short Film
Cartune cartoon set in a country fair. (BFI)
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Hysterical High Spots in American History (1941)
"Hysterical High Spots in American History" (1941) is a Technicolor cartoon from Walter Lantz that offers a six-and-a-half-minute survey of scenes from New World and American history with obvious gags added to them, e.g. the first Thanksgiving ("Thank you," "Thank you," etc.), the call to arms of the Minutemen ("Okay, wait a minute, just a minute, gimme a minute"), and Lincoln's Gettysburg address (take a wild guess). (imdb comments)
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$21 a Day Once a Month (1941)
This cartoon, the first in Walter Lantz's Swing Symphony series, is built around a performance of the title song, an original by Felix Bernard and Ray Klages about army life. It's set at "Camp Pain," situated within the Toyland Army section of the Toy Department of the "Maybe So Dept. Store" and features the toy soldiers and animals on the shelves coming to life and joining in to do all the orchestral and vocal parts. (imdb comments)
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Scrub Me Mama with a Boogie Beat (1941)
Lazy black folks in Lazy Town (Pop. 123½) are napping and attracting flies. They are so lethargic they even fight in slow motion. Then a riverboat arrives with a red hot mama on board. Faster than you can say "Jim Crow", she has everyone moving to a Harlem boogie beat, dancing, scrubbing clothes, and eating watermelon. As the boogie-woogie comes to a close, Mammy hoists her skirt. Her big bottom reads "The End". (imdb)
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Andy Panda
Andrew P. Panda (Andy's pop) asks the local roofing company if they will repair his shoddy roof. (imdb)
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Busy Bakers (1940)
Busy Bakers (1940) - Short Film
Swenson the baker is down to a single donut in his shop, which he willingly gives to a blind man who comes in... (imdb)
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Porky
It's the Giants vs. the Red Sox in the final game of the World Series, and Porky's doing play-by-play for the radio audience... (imdb)
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Little Blabbermouse (1940)
A mouse, imitating W.C. Fields, leads tours of a drugstore for other mice. We see a number of products living up to their names: vanishing cream, reducing pills, sleeping powders, smelling salts, cough medicine. More products: shaving brush, Krazy mineral water, a rubber band (and brushes dancing to it). A musical revue: the clocks all sing "Start the Day Right"; an order pad would "Love to Take Orders From You"; a ballet troupe wants to "Shake Your Powder Puff"; and so on. (imdb)
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Knock Knock (1940)
Knock Knock (1940) - Short Film
Andy Panda attempts to find out if he can catch a woodpecker by putting salt on its tail. (imdb)
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Recruiting Daze (1940)
A Cartune short featuring Punchy.
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Confederate Honey (1940)
Nett Cutler (Elmer Fudd) romances Crimson O'Hairoil in this send-up of Gone With the Wind (1939). (imdb)
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The Bear
The bears go out for a bicycle ride while their porridge cools. Goldilocks comes along, but stops at grandmother's house instead, where the wolf is waiting. He sends her away, then realized she'd do just fine, so he rushes over to the bears house. Red gets to granny's house, finds a note from the wolf, and calls Goldy. (imdb)
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Syncopated Sioux (1940)
A Cartune short featuring Punchy.
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Hare-um Scare-um (1939)
When a hunter learns of higher meat prices, he goes off to kill a proto-Bugs rabbit - but runs into constant obstacles. (imdb)
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Fagin
Momma's singing "Three Little Kittens" with her brood, but Blackie thinks it's for sissies and he'd rather listen to crime dramas on the radio... (imdb)
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Sioux Me (1939)
Sioux Me (1939) - Short Film
When there is a drought on an Indian reservation, everyone is in desperate need of water so that they can quench their thirst, their crops can grow, the animals will provide them food, etc. But rather than having to wait for the rain to come the old-fashioned way, a weather pill pertaining to that is used to bring instant showers. (imdb)
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Hobo Gadget Band (1939)
At the hobo hotel, it's morning. One hobo awakens, and carefully avoids the shower, except for a drop on each eye... (imdb)
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It
Porky and his friend Dizzy Duck go fishing, but their trip is cut short by a thunderstorm. They take refuge in an old building that appears haunted... (imdb)
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Porky the Giant Killer (1939)
Porky Pig is tapped for a giant-killing expedition. When the expedition reaches the giant's castle (which is normal sized, requiring the giant to stoop), everyone but Porky runs at the first sign of trouble, leaving Porky alone to awaken the giant's sleeping baby. Porky then must soothe the baby back to sleep and attempt his escape. (imdb)
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Porky and Teabiscuit (1939)
Porky Pig is sent out by his father with $11.00 spending money for help on the farm, unfortunately, he accidentally spends it on an auction, for a sickly, broken-down race horse known as Tea Biscuit. Porky shapes him up for a race, although Tea Biscuit's attention is diverted to a trombone. However, a balloon pop assures that Porky wins with Tea Biscuit and gets the reward... (imdb)
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Bars and Stripes Forever (1939)
"Bars and Stripes Forever" portrays a not-so-gritty prison full of gags. (imdb comments)
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Gold Rush Daze (1939)
A man stops for gas on his way to dig for gold. The man at the station tells him what it was like back in 1849 in San Francisco, which we see. A sucker is hauled off the street and sat down at a card game; he dashes off as soon as someone shouts "they found gold in the hills" but others stake claims before he can. He ends up chopping off a cliff, falling down, and landing in the hospital. The doctor gives him news of another gold strike and he rushes out to begin panning. (imdb)
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Count Me Out (1938)
Count Me Out (1938) - Short Film
Egghead decides his road to riches is through a boxing correspondence course. When he graduates, he takes on champion Biff Stew... (imdb)
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The Penguin Parade (1938)
An evening at a night club for penguins, (and a walrus or two). The stage show includes an appearance by a penguin incarnation of Bing Crosby... (imdb)
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Daffy Duck & Egghead (1938)
A very early appearance of a barely recognisable Daffy Duck, seen here tormenting Egghead, a prototype Elmer Fudd who is just as unsuccessful with ducks as he was later to be with a certain wascally wabbit. (imdb)
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Porky
Porky goes after a rogue rabbit who manages to frustrate him at each turn. He is unsuccessful and the rabbit comes to visit him just to make recovery tougher for him.
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Porky the Gob (1938)
A battleship, manned mainly by dogs (and Porky), and whose captain sounds rather like Yosemite Sam, sets sail... (imdb)
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Love and Curses (1938)
An aging hero is looking through the photo album and remembering the Gay 90's, and in particular a picnic interrupted by villainous Roger St. Clair (imdb)
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Buddy
Buddy is a projectionist in a movie theatre where the 'coming attractions' trailer promises '15 features for 15 cents." (imdb)
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Buddy in Africa (1935)
Buddy is a traveling salesman in Africa. On the way to a native village he refuses to give a ride to an ape. At the village, he sells items ... (bcdb)
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Buddy
This is another cartoon from Warner Bros. that stars forgotten character Buddy with his girlfriend Cookie. This time they're in the old west with Buddy playing the piano while Cookie sings. (imdb comments)
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Buddy of the Legion (1935)
Buddy gets a new job in a book shop, but spends his work hours daydreaming about leading the Foreign Legion and fighting Amazons. (imdb)
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Buddy the Dentist (1934)
Buddy has made some fudge and he invites Cookie to come over. He also forbids Bozo to eat them.
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Buddy
In this one, Buddy and girlfriend Cookie are in a hot air balloon but they get forced to come down by some angry clouds with one of them being a rattlesnake. (imdb)
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Buddy of the Apes (1934)
Buddy encounters black cannibals. He and his animal friends beat up near-naked natives (with rings in their noses).. (imdb)
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Rhythm in the Bow (1934)
A cartoon that revolves solely around hobos, not surprising considering that hobos were very common during The Great Depression, which is when this cartoon first came out. (youtube)
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