Product Tag - Jack Hannah

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    Poop Deck Pirate (1961)

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    Poop Deck Pirate (1961)

    Woody is trying to sleep in the middle of the big city but there is way too much racket going on. He decides to vacation at the peaceful Tooti Fruiti Islands but there is even noise going on here…coming from a pirate (a literal “Sea dog”) trying to bury his treasure. Craving rest and relaxation, Woody is determined to send the nautical canine on his way, eventually blowing him up with a shore mine. The pirate doesn’t appreciate this and forces Woody to walk the plank… but, being none too smart, the old tar often ends up many times in the drink himself and not the woodpecker.

    $25.00
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    Franken-Stymied (1961)

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    Franken-Stymied (1961)

    In a thunderstorm, the tree in which Woody Woodpecker makes his home is struck by lightning and utterly destroyed. Completely dazed by his misfortune.

    $25.00
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    Fish and Chips (1962)

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    Fish and Chips (1962)

    Smedley is guarding his master’s estate when he receives a package in the mail containing Chilly Willy. Chilly immediately sets his sights on devouring the master’s stuffed barracuda which Smedley does everything in his power to prevent…

    $25.00
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    Rocket Racket (1962)

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    Rocket Racket (1962)

    Gabby Gator lives in the Okeedokee Swamp. Wally’s watching one of those “cook” shows on TV about how to prepare a bird for dinner. Gabby’s starving so bad that he licks the TV screen, but that doesn’t help. He sends a telegram to Woody: his country needs him. Woody needs to try out the new “Atlas (But Not Least) Space Rocket.” Woody arrives, suitcase in hand, ready for anything- except being an alligator’s dinner…

    $25.00
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    Three for Breakfast (1948)

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    Three for Breakfast (1948)

    Donald Duck gets into a lot of trouble while he’s cooking pancakes for breakfast – Chip and Dale are up to their mischief. Donald tries a number of plans to get rid of them, but they repeatedly foil Donald’s plans.

    $25.00
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    Chicken in the Rough (1951)

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    Chicken in the Rough (1951)

    Chip ‘n’ Dale wander into a farmyard to collect acorns. Dale mistakes an egg for a nut, but when he tries to demonstrate to a newly hatched chick how to get back into the egg, a rooster mistakes him for one of his chicks.

    $25.00
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    Squatter's Rights (1946)

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    Squatter’s Rights (1946)

    Two chipmunks have made a cozy little home for themselves in the wood-burning stove of an empty cabin. They sleep in a matchbox, wash up in an empty acorn shell filled with water and look at their reflections on the back of a spoon, which serves as their bathroom mirror. They even have a staircase made with a pocket comb. Invading their space are Mickey Mouse and his dog Pluto, who are all set for a swell vacation. They don’t reckon on the two squatters. Pluto immediately discovers the presence of these two pests, but Mickey never finds out. All he knows is that when he tries to light the stove, the matches go out; he doesn’t know the chipmunks are blowing them out. Soon, Mickey is outside chopping wood, while Pluto is alone with the chipmunks. Pluto wants blood, but he’ll end up with a bottle of ketchup.

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    Uncle Donald's Ants (1952)

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    Uncle Donald’s Ants (1952)

    Donald spills some sugar on his sidewalk, and soon the ants are in complete control of his home, stealing the cake he was baking, building a pipeline from his maple syrup to their hill, and causing general mayhem.

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    They're Off (1948)

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    They’re Off (1948)

    At the race track, various spectators (all Goofy lookalikes) are playing the ponies. A posh rich Goofy bets on the equally posh Snapshot III while another more common looking Goofy bets on the bedraggled Old Moe. When the race begins, Snapshot and the rider are so overconfident they wait a few minutes after the race has begun to start running. When they finally do get going, Snapshot is not above stooping to dirty tricks such as tripping and biting the other horses. Sadly, Snapshot’s vanity is what costs him winning the race (he stops to pose for the photo finish) and Old Moe is declared the winner.

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    Soup's On (1948)

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    Soup’s On (1948)

    Donald’s nephews come to lunch filthy from playing outside. Donald sends them to wash up; when he finds they’ve done a half-hearted job, he sends them to bed without supper. They scheme to get food; Donald catches them, but falls off a cliff while chasing them. He’s OK, but temporarily out cold. The boys build a fake corpse and dress Donald up as an angel, and he buys it for a while.

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    Sea Salts (1949)

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    Sea Salts (1949)

    ‘Mac’ Bootle Beetle tells, referring to the ship’s log, how he and captain Donald Duck were sole survivors of a shipwreck. The insect always suspected the duck wasn’t quite fair, actually he was constantly cheated out of his rations share and used as angling bait without realizing it, both on the wreckage raft and after they drifted onto a deserted island, but ultimately they were rescued and stayed together for life, although even at their ripe age Donald.

    $25.00
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    Lucky Number (1951)

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    Lucky Number (1951)

    Gas station owner Donald thinks he’s just missed the winning number for a new Zoom V8 car but his nephews hear a correction, and find he really does have the winner. They plan to pick it up and surprise him, but the car they take runs out of gas, and they’re broke. They cut out the picture of a Zoom V8 from a billboard, dress one of the boys in drag, and trick Donald into filling their tank. As they drive off, Donald plots his revenge and executes it, when the boys return in Donald’s new car.

    $25.00
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