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Franken-Stymied (1961)

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Woody escapes from the rain and lightning into the castle of a mad scientist. The scientist's latest invention, a chicken-plucking robot name Frankie, has awoken, and think's Woody is a ... See full summary »

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Woody escapes from the rain and lightning into the castle of a mad scientist. The scientist's latest invention, a chicken-plucking robot name Frankie, has awoken, and think's Woody is a chicken! Woody has to stay away from Frankie if he wants to keep his feathers. Written by Akira (akira625@comcast.net)

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The Red-Headed Chicken
12 May 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Jack Hannah, still relaxing and on the run from Disney -- he was one of the union sympathizers exiled to the Disney shorts department following the strike, where he directed the best of the Goofy shorts in the '40s and 50s -- turns out a Woody Woodpecker that, despite its minimalistic line work and animation, still manages to replicate the manic air of the best of Seamus Culhane's Woodies from the 1940s. Strong use of background color and some good wash work in the outdoor, rainy scenes do much towards compensating for the reduction in quality, and both Homer Brightman's usual good scripting and Daws Butler's deliberately bad Peter Lorre imitation add to the fun.


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