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To Catch a Woodpecker (1957)

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The Miracle Telephone Company attempts to stop Woody Woodpecker from pecking holes in its telephone poles.

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President / O'Hoolihan / Elevator Operator / Chauffeur (voice)
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Woody Woodpecker has become an endless source of frustration for the Miracle Telephone Co. ("If you get your call, it's a miracle") by pecking holes in their telephone poles. After a company henchman fails to apprehend him, the company President goes after Woody himself using a woodpecker disguise. Hijinks ensue. Written by Nathan Redmond

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29 July 1957 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
President: [answering phone] Hello?
[a loud and familiar laugh echoes through the receiver, startling the President]
President: It's that crazy woodpecker again.
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Edited into Woody Woodpecker and His Friends (1982) See more »

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Woody in a battle of wits with unarmed opponents
30 September 2002 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

A frequent occurrence in Woody Woodpecker shorts, including this one, was Woody doing battle with an opponent or opponents who aren't exactly the brightest pebbles in the pond. While Woody isn't a Rhodes Scholar himself, when your opposition has the mental wattage of a burned out 20 Watt bulb, they aren't that great a threat to you. Great fun, if a tad obvious at times. Worth watching. Recommended.


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