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The Woody Woodpecker Show ()


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A various of incredible adventures involving a cheerful woodpecker with an unforgettable laugh.

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  Host (233 episodes, 1940-1972)
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  Miranda Panda / ... (1 episode, 1964)
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  Andy Panda / ... (1 episode, 1964)
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  Space Mouse (1 episode, 1964)
Homer Brightman ...
  Self (special feature segments) (unknown episodes)
Alex Lovy ...
  Self (special feature segments) (unknown episodes)
Laverne Harding ...
  Self (special feature segment) (unknown episodes)
Raymond Jacobs ...
  Self (special feature segments) (unknown episodes)
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  Woody Woodpecker (1940-1941) (unknown episodes)
Walter Tetley ...
  Andy Panda (1944-1949) (unknown episodes)
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  Wally Walrus (1944-1948) (unknown episodes)
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  Andy Panda / ... (unknown episodes)
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  Knothead / ... (unknown episodes)
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  Charlie / ... (unknown episodes)
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  Buzz Buzzard / ... (unknown episodes)
Ben Hardaway ...
  Woody Woodpecker (unknown episodes)
Paul J. Smith ...
  Self (special features segments) (unknown episodes)
Dalton Sandifer ...
  Self (special feature segments) (unknown episodes)

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Plot Summary

A TV show featuring funny old and new shorts starred by Woody Woodpecker and his friends like Andy Panda, Chilly Willy, inspector Willighby and the Beary family in addition to live cut scenes of Walter Lantz talking about the wonders of the world and advances in the cartoon animation techniques.

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Also Known As
  • The Woody Woodpeckers Show (Spain, English title)
  • Le Woody Woodpecker Show (France)
  • El show del Pájaro Loco (Spain)
  • Pica-Pau (Brazil)
  • Γούντυ ο Τρυποκάρυδος (Greece)
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  • 6 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Walter Lantz contacted Tex Avery after leaving MGM studios in 1955 and convinced him to work as a director in his studio in the Woody Woodpecker show, Avery worked with him for some time and directed some episodes like (Sh-h-h-h!), (Crazy mixed up pup) and (Rock-A-bye Point) before leaving the cartoons industry once and for all See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Slap Shot (1977). See more »

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