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... See full summary »
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 ... See full summary »
Boarding house proprietor Wally Walrus takes out an ad in the local paper looking for a sweetheart. Woody reads this and decides he might be able to trick Wally out of some cooking if he dresses up like a girl and answers the ad. Written by
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The title refers to the song "Shoo Shoo Baby" made famous by The Andrews Sisters who sang it in the 1943 film, Three Cheers for the Boys. It is also the name of a B-17 Flying Fortress in World War II, preserved and on public display on the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. See more »
All you do is eat and eat, but you never pay a dollar. Now get out for good. And by yumpin' yiminy, don't come back any more. You... you moocher!
Oh, a moocher, am I? Well, mooch-a-bye to you.
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My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean
Traditional Scottish folk song
Sung by Wally Walrus See more »