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Name:Woody Woodpecker and Friends Vol 2 (D2Of The 3 Disc Set)

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The second installment in "The Walter Lantz Archive" includes 45 Woody Woodpecker cartoons from 1952 to 1958, and an assortment of films made between the early '30s and the mid-'60s. During the '50s, when the Warner Bros. directors were crafting some of the funniest cartoons ever made and MGM's "Tom and Jerry" series was winning Oscars, the Lantz shorts ranked as second-rate at best. Although some talented artists worked on them, the Woody films from this era feel stale and formulaic: the gags lack punch and the character never develops as a personality. Five Oswald the Lucky Rabbit films qualify as genuine rarities. Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks created the character; Universal's Carl Laemmle took Oswald from Disney and ultimately gave him to Lantz. "Carnival Capers" (1932), "Five and Dime" (1933), and "Wax Works" (1934) reveal just how strongly the early Oswald resembled Mickey, down to the two-button shorts and chunky shoes. But the animation remains crude, rubbery and weightless. The most interesting of these cartoons is "Puppet Show" (1936), which juxtaposes live action footage of marionettes with drawn animation of the same characters. At this point, Oswald, who pulls the puppets' strings, had been re-designed to look like a white Easter Bunny. "A Haunting We Will Go" (1939), starring Li'l Eight Ball, a forgotten stereotypical African American boy, exemplifies the dubious ethnic humor that was popular at the time in America. The extras include a dozen of Lantz's short explanations of the animation process from "The Woody Woodpecker Show." (Unrated, suitable for ages 10 and older: cartoon violence, alcohol and tobacco use, ethnic and racial stereotypes)


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* Actors: Mel Blanc

* Directors: Walter Lantz

* Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC

* Language: English

* Subtitles: English, Spanish, French

* Region: NO Region Setting

* Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1

* Number of discs: 3

* Rating: Not Rated

* Studio: Universal Studios

* DVD Release Date: April 15, 2008

* Run Time: 507 minutes (total for ALL 3 Discs)


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Disc #2:

1. "Helter Shelter" (Woody Woodpecker; 1955)
2. "Witch Crafty" (Woody Woodpecker; 1955)
3. "Private Eye Pooch" (Woody Woodpecker, Strongnose; 1955)
4. "Bedtime Bedlam" (Woody Woodpecker; 1955)
5. "Square Shootin' Square" (Woody Woodpecker, Dapper Denver Dooley; 1955)
6. "Bunco Busters" (Woody Woodpecker, Buzz Buzzard; 1955)
7. "The Tree Medic" (Woody Woodpecker; 1955)
8. "After the Ball" (Woody Woodpecker, Pierre Bear; 1956)
9. "Get Lost" (Woody Woodpecker, Splinter, Knothead; 1956)
10. "Chief Charlie Horse" (Woody Woodpecker, Chief Charlie Horse; 1956)
11. "Woodpecker from Mars" (Woody Woodpecker; 1956)
12. "Calling All Cuckoos" (Woody Woodpecker; 1956)
13. "Niagara Fools" (Woody Woodpecker; 1956)
14. "Arts and Flowers" (Woody Woodpecker; 1956)
15. "Woody Meets Davy Crewcut" (Woody Woodpecker, Davy Crewcut; 1956)
16. "100 Pygmies and Andy Panda" (Andy Panda, Poppa Panda, Mr. Whippletree; 1940)
17. "The Painter and the Pointer" (Andy Panda, Butch; 1944)
18. "The Poet and Peasant" (Andy Panda; 1946)
19. "Mousie Come Home" (Andy Panda, Milo, Mousie; 1946)
20. "Dog Tax Dodgers" (Andy Panda, Dizzy, Wally Walrus; 1948)
21. "The Hams That Couldn't Be Cured" (Swing Symphony; 1942)
22. "Jukebox Jamboree" (Swing Symphony; 1942)
23. "Boogie Woogie Man (Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out)" (Swing Symphony; 1943)
24. "The Overture To William Tell" (Musical Miniature with Wally Walrus; 1947)
25. "Pixie Picnic" (Musical Miniature; 1948)

Bonus Features:

â?¢ "The Secret Weapon" (Space Mouse)
â?¢ "Jungle Medics" (Sam 'n' Simian)
â?¢ Six Behind-the-Scenes with Walter Lantz segments from the 1957 Woody Woodpecker Show


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