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Woody Woodpecker received a makeover after being in 9 short subjects.
His red chest became white and he was "less" insane. The new Woody has
one very prominent trait...he's a bottomless pit. He eats and eats and
eats and you can't fill him up! From "The Barber of Seville" to
"Drooler's Delight" Woody 2.0 spends the majority of his time eating
and mooching off of Wally Walrus and other people. In this particular
short, the always- hungry woodpecker seeks a restaurant to feast at and
is dismayed to find that they're all closed. He happens upon one
building that has a sign reading, "We specialize in stuffing birds!"
Thinking he's finally found a banquet to indulge in, Woody finds
himself instead the target of an ambitious taxidermist (played by the
marvelous voice actor Hans Conried aka Captain Hook!)
In this short, Woody is much more likable for me. He's not thieving or mooching, he's just looking for a meal that he intends to pay for.
This is a reasonably decent cartoon, entertaining and fairly funny, but nothing special, with Woody trying to mooch a meal and fairly predictable consequences ensue. Worth watching, but don't go to great lengths for this one alone. Recommended.
I'm doing a seminar about the true wonders of the world, and this episode illustrates the woodpecker so when the villain of the episode talks about his dreams when he sees the possibility of one hundred dollars bounty for the painful sting stick. then he begins to imagine the wonders he could do with money, wondering what he and the other man would do with the money in 1945, and until nowadays, perpetuating this episode, showing that this episode relates the reality of man to day to today, because our dreams are still the same - women - yachts - women - cars - women - mansions - Women. This shows the intelligence of the author, doing an episode of this category and world-wide.
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