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Bats in the Belfry (1960)

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

That is why the Woody Woodpecker adventures had problems with censorship and the press because of the violence. Find sources: — · · · · November 2018 Woody Woodpecker Genre Created by Directed by Voices of Opening theme Country of origin United States Original language s English No. His mission is hearing some bells. The way he succeeds is pretty funny. . Plot At the end, after a bat being put Candy's underwear in his head, he finally snaps, forcing the bats to leave the Aliens' house and pack their underwear.

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Woody Woodpecker (film series)

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

Things started improving when came and improved the direction and art of the cartoons, but the series truly reached its peak when Dick Lundy began directing. Most of the gags are still amusing and well timed despite the predictability. There are echoes reminiscent of Tex Avery's short Sh-h-h here, but this one has an energy and charm all its own. In the end, everyone concerned, including Woody, has those vibrating jitters. There is also a small gallery of villains that appear frequently. Later, when the colonel is blissfully snoozing, Woody Woodpecker starts pecking away at a nearby tree. The voice acting is good.

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Woody Woodpecker / YMMV

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

Woody returns to the house to register a complaint, presses the bell button, and loud chimes clang inside the house, again sending the colonel off in a seizure of jitters. And the ending even has him attempt suicide! In the end, everyone concerned, including Woody, has those vibrating jitters. And they are all bad! He even got a that was released theatrically in Brazil! Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. In this cartoon Woody is bothering the butler of an old man who is allergic to noise. But, he then also acts bossy and annoying to the Aliens.

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Woody Woodpecker (film series)

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

The story is slight and predictable with typical antics that are not much new. The colonel awakes in a fit of jitters and orders Jeeves to get rid of Woody. Among the most common are the , a sea lion with a German accent and of the villains was the most abobalhado. Some even argue the decline began even earlier, right after 1951, when the last Woody cartoon directed by Dick Lundy was made before the Lantz studio was briefly shut down until the next year, but even the early fifties cartoons are held in higher esteem than what came from the mid to late 50s and on. From here on, Jeeves really has a job on his hands to keep the bell from ringing, what with Woody setting the clock hands on the hour, and the automatic bell striker responding to the mechanical working of the clock. He's fun and is a pest without being too obnoxious, and is a little closer to his original manic personality if not as much than the very subdued personality he tended to be in this period.

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Woody Woodpecker / YMMV

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

Still get much enjoyment out of them now as a young adult, even if there are more interesting in personality cartoon characters and better overall cartoons. A nervous and high-strung colonel is visited by his doctor, who conducts a series of tests in an endeavor to ascertain the cause of his trouble. Smith picks up a lot of flak for the cruddier efforts produced during the 1960s and 1970s. At a time when the drawings were trying to pass on a positive or educational message, the bird broke all taboos with stories full of mentions of smoking, alcoholism, or sex. Another one who lives being tormented by the Woody Woodpecker is the butterfly hunter Miss Meany, who in another version of the drawing is also the owner of the pension where the bird lives.

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List of Woody Woodpecker Cartoons

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

Lumber mill workers Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard are friends when they are sawing trees, but when Wally Walrus making a brief cameo as the lumber camp chef rings the dinner bell, they become bitter enemies. One feels sorry for him too. The music is bouncy, energetic and very lushly orchestrated, not only synchronising and fitting with the action very well but enhancing it. Either Smith was overwhelmed by the combination of budgetary problems and his allegedly failing eyesight, or he just plain gave up trying to make anything decent. This short is one of the better ones that the Lantz studios produced in the 1960s. The butler has to make sure a certain church bell will not be heard again or he will be fired. Later, when the colonel is blissfully snoozing, Woody Woodpecker starts pecking away at a nearby tree.

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Woody Woodpecker (film series)

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

A compilation of ten classic Walter Lantz cartoons: Knock Knock 1940 , The Bandmaster 1947 , Ski for Two 1944 , Hot Noon or 12 O'Clock for Surf 1953 , The Legend of Rockabye Point 1955 , Wet Blanket Policy 1948 , To Catch a Woodpecker 1957 , Musical Moments from Chopin 1946 , Bats in the Belfry 1960 , and Crazy Mixed Up Pup 1955. This wasn't helped by the trailers indicating that it would be a like previous cartoon-to-live-action film adaptations. Hardly does he initiate any problem case, the character's only intention is to take his life in a good, in his house on a tree trunk, or flying around chopping wood, which usually disturbs someone who irritated tries to get rid of the bird, it is at this time that the Woody Woodpecker is not underneath doing everything to trash its opponent, transforming itself into a being without modesty or ethics. The character usually acts alone, except in some episodes in which appears with his friend horse Sugarfoot. But perhaps because of his behavior and personality, the Woody Woodpecker did not always have happy endings in his episodes. Jeeves catches Woody, sticks a cork over his bill, and boots him out. Need we really say more? With a little more trickery we had and , who lived trying to have lunch our hero.

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Woody Woodpecker

woody woodpecker bats in the belfry

That is in no way knocking Woody, because many of his cartoons are a lot of fun to watch and more and also still like him a lot as a character. Jeeves catches Woody, sticks a cork over his bill, and boots him out. But it's really fun to see the Woody Woodpecker tormenting Dooley, the hobo, who also often appears in the drawings as a villain from the old west. He orders Jeeves not to let the bell ring again, threatening to fire him if it does. A nervous and high-strung colonel is visited by his doctor, who conducts a series of tests in an endeavor to ascertain the cause of his trouble. Later, the bell in the belfry again chimes on the hour, and the accompanying vibration just about drives the colonel crazy. As with the butler who is just as entertaining.

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