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    Woody Woodpecker DVD (Original)

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    Woody Woodpecker DVD (Original)

    Woody Woodpecker spends his day singing loudly and pecking holes in trees. He infuriates the other woodland creatures – when he isn’t baffling them with his bizarre behavior. Woody overhears a squirrel and a group of birds gossiping about him. Even though he just sang a song proclaiming his craziness, he denies their whispered accusations that he’s nuts. But after they trick him into knocking his head on a statue, the poor bird hears voices in his head and decides the animals might be right. He decides to see a doctor. But leave it to Woody to choose Dr. Horace N. Buggy, a Scottish-brogue-burring fox, who is, if it’s impossible, even madder than he is.
    This is a 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $19.99
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    Woody Woodpecker Blu-Ray (Original)

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    Woody Woodpecker Blu-Ray (Original)

    Woody Woodpecker spends his day singing loudly and pecking holes in trees. He infuriates the other woodland creatures – when he isn’t baffling them with his bizarre behavior. Woody overhears a squirrel and a group of birds gossiping about him. Even though he just sang a song proclaiming his craziness, he denies their whispered accusations that he’s nuts. But after they trick him into knocking his head on a statue, the poor bird hears voices in his head and decides the animals might be right. He decides to see a doctor. But leave it to Woody to choose Dr. Horace N. Buggy, a Scottish-brogue-burring fox, who is, if it’s impossible, even madder than he is.
    This is a 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $19.99
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    Woody Dines Out (1945)

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    Woody Dines Out (1945)

    Woody Woodpecker goes out to dine and accidentally stumbles into a taxidermist’s shop, thinking it is a restaurant. The taxidermist, wanting a woodpecker to stuff, doesn’t inform Woody otherwise, and drugs the ‘meal’ he serves Woody. But, before he can stuff Woody, he comes to and knocks the literal stuffing out of the taxidermist.

    $25.00
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    Ski For Two (1944)

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    Ski For Two (1944)

    Planning a vacation, Woody reads in the newspaper about Swiss Chard Lodge which promises lots of good food (which, as Woody says, is his “favorite dish”). He heads over to said lodge but, upon arriving, is told by owner Wally Walrus that he must make reservations ahead of time… which he has not. Wally throws the pest out but Woody is able to re-enter the premises disguised as none other than Santa Claus. He robs Wally of his food but, once alone with his sack, discovers quite a surprise inside.

    $25.00
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    Ration Bored (1943)

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    Ration Bored (1943)

    “Is this trip really necessary?” asks a road sign. “Sure, it’s necessary,” replies Woody Woodpecker. “I’m a necessary evil.” Patriotic gestures are evidently not Woody’s strong suit. When he goes to the gas station for a refill, he doesn’t even know what a ration book is. The attendant thinks Woody is a wise guy and takes a large mallet and knocks him and his car into a junkyard several miles away. What luck! The old cars still have a bit of gas in them. Woody takes a rubber hose and siphons the gasoline from some of them. Unluckily, one of the cars he picks is brand new. And it’s a cop car. Woody is soon at odds with a bulldog police officer.

    $25.00
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    Knock Knock (1940)

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    Knock Knock (1940)

    Andy Panda asks Pop if you can really catch a bird by putting salt on its tail. Pop tells Andy not to bother him only to hear a knocking at the door. The “knocking” is really coming from a woodpecker pecking against their roof. Pop sets out to trap the bird but is no match for its screwiness. He uses a wind-up explosive decoy that the bird falls for but when it explodes, he just feels “betrayed!” After giving Pop a wild ride through the sky, Andy pours salt on his tail and traps it! Two ambulance attendants come to take the bird away but they too are just as looney!

    $25.00
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    The Hollywood Matador (1942)

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    The Hollywood Matador (1942)

    The bull is watching through a knothole as the great bullfighter, Woody Woodpecker, is showing off for the spectators. Unable to take it no longer the bull dashes into the arena and charges Woody so hard that he makes a shambles of the stadium. Woody, as always, equal to the task at hand is soon serving bull-burgers to the crowd.

    $25.00
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    Chew-Chew Baby (1945)

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    Chew-Chew Baby (1945)

    Boarding house proprietor Wally Walrus takes out an ad in the local paper looking for a sweetheart. Woody reads this and decides he might be able to trick Wally out of some cooking if he dresses up like a girl and answers the ad.

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    Ace in the Hole (1942)

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    Ace in the Hole (1942)

    Woody Woodpecker is a stable boy. The stables are located right in an airfield, and the sound of airplanes droning around only fuels his lust to fly. “I want to fly like the birds!” declares the woodpecker. But the only thing the bulldog sergeant on the airfield feels Woody is competent for is clipping the horses with an electric clipper. And considering that Woody accidentally allows the clipper to clip off the sarge’s shirt buttons and a long strip of hair off his chin, he may be giving Woody too much credit. Nevertheless, Woody spends his time reading “How to Fly a Plane from the Ground Up.” And eventually, he sneaks onto a PU-2.

    $25.00
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