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Woody Woodpecker & Friends Classic Cartton Collection

Discussion in 'New Toons On Video and DVD' started by sidestreetsam, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. sidestreetsam

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    This DVD set is not really new but there is so much good material on the three disks that I'm just now reaching the point where I can grok it all. From the inclusion of the rarely seen early Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Shorts, Andy Panda, the definitive early Woody Woodpeckers, Musical Minatures, Chilly Willy, Swing Symphonies, and the Tex Avery cartoons. Also included are the Lantz live-action segments from the 1960's Woody Woodpecker show and some amazing rare newsreel clips from the 1930's. Can't say enough good things about this DVD set! As the disclaimer says on the box though, "For Adult Audiences Only". That Woody was a real rascal!
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    I remember watching one of the Lantz segments back when I was about six or seven years old,in which Woody's ''boss'' demonstrated how to draw Woody.On a whim,I grabbed a pencil and paper in order to follow along.Sure enough,when I finished,my drawing actually looked like Woody.I've since had an interest in art and cartooning for most of my life, and I've always pointed to this segment of the Woody Woodpecker show as my initial inspiration. So glad this was included on the DVD.
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