The bull is watching through a knothole as the great bullfighter, Woody Woodpecker, is showing off for the spectators. Unable to take it no longer the bull dashes into the arena and charges Woody so hard that he makes a shambles of the stadium. Woody, as always, equal to the task at hand is soon serving bull-burgers to the crowd. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
9 February 1942 (USA)
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The sign over the bullring entrance reads: "Thru these portals pass the most beautiful bulls in the world." The sign is spoof of a similar message over the doors of the Earl Carroll Theatre. There were two theaters by that name: one in New York City and one in Hollywood. Both had the same sign: "Through these portals pass the most beautiful girls in the world." See more
Main floor, arena. Picadors, toreadors, matadors, troubadours, swinging doors and cuspidors. Stand back please and let him out.