Description: Sylvester Cat gotta catch mice or lose his satisfied home. When he can't search a mouse inside, he searches out of doors and comes upon one meek, tiny mouse who agrees under duress to be Sylvester's one rodent to catch and rough up again and again in front of his masters. But it isn't long before the mouse realizes Sylvester needs him alive and decides to stop being Sylvester's stooge.
Description: Yosemite Sam, as head of a Roman legion, is ordered by Emperor Nero to search a victim to toss to the lions, or else he'll be the victim. Sam meets up with Bugs Bunny and decides Bugs will create a nice victim, but it's Sam and Nero who end up as lion food.
Description: Seeking to unblock the mystery of a strange stone statue that looks exactly like their Sergeant, the members of the Keroro Platoon search themselves engaged in a nice adventure.
Description: Through the test of a Time Machine, Casper the Friendly Ghost gets transported back in time, In the stone-age, Casper frightens cave-men and women. Robert Fulton's steamboat makes a successful first trip when Casper's ghostly form frightens it into action. Casper assists Paul Revere on his popular ride when Revere's horse, frightened by Casper, ceases to balk and breaks into a gallop. George Washington, crossing the Delaware River, is sped up by Casper's appearance, and Casper becomes a character by besting the British Redcoats.
Description: Kido Tatsuhiko moved to Tokyo to attend an art school and begin his fresh life. In his fresh room, there\'s a tiny hole in the wall. At first he can see nothing through the tiny hole, but one night, through the peeping hole, he saw a woman called Ikuno Emiru, a perverted voyeur who ropes him into her peeping fetish... But every winds up getting more than they bargained for.
Description: Brooklynites Danny, an OTB clerk, and Annie, a nurse, remember their life together -- from their first date to Danny's final days with terminal cancer. This remarkable couple personifies the eloquence, grace, and poetry that can be found in the voices of each day folks if we take the time to listen.
Description: Paris, 1913: Passionate, odiferous Pepe Le Pew pursues the recent love of his life, a cat who's been made up to look like a skunk, through the sets of a silent-movie studio.
Description: A western bank robber makes a getaway and hides his loot in a tree. Woody Woodpecker pops out of the tree with the bag containing the money. Woody takes off with the robber in close pursuit. The chase leads back to the city where the robber makes many attempts to retrieve the bag but is everytime outsmarted by Woody. A posse arrives on the stage and Woody delivers both the robber and the loot into the sheriff's hands.
Description: A witch's broom breaks right outside of the broom factory where Woody just happens to be working. Unfortunately for her she doesn't have the 50 cents required to buy a fresh handle.
Description: Sylvester Cat pays a visit to a closed-to-business circus and finds Tweety Bird in one of the cages. Tweety escapes his cage and flees Sylvester. Sylvester, meanwhile, gotta flee from an uncaged lion he had angered earlier.
Description: Woody is running a babysitting service and is offered $50 by one couple if he will look after their "baby". Not one to pass up this much money, he jumps at the chance. He shows the parents out and settles in. Unfortunately, when he checks in on the infant, the "baby" is revealed to be a pet gorilla!
Description: When Woody undertips in a posh restaurant, the waiters instantly throw him out on his ear. Tired of his petty lifestyle, he notices an advertisement in the paper for a rich girl with a large mansion and lots of meal looking for a husband. Of course, he volunteers and is satisfied when he overhears the woman's sexy voice on the telephone. Unfortunately, when he meets the lady in person, her sexy voice belies the fact that she is largely unattractive.
Description: An mad volcano god in the South Pacific demands a sacrifice, and a lovely young girl in the god's service finds the excellent candidates in the form of two American sailors: Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard.
Description: A harried housewife is criticized by her male-chauvinist husband, who remarks that she doesn't create effective test of her time during the day and insinuates that she doesn't finish her chores because of laziness.
Description: Woody is driving down the town road singing a "screwy" driving song. Used vehicle owner Buzz Buzzard tries to interest Woody in purchasing a fresh vehicle (after sabotaging the one he has, natch). He shows him different vehicles but they all are utterly lacking in quality and leave a lot to be desired...
Description: After punching in for work, Sam Sheepdog deals with Ralph Wolf's attempts to steal the flock, which this time create test of a balloon, a fake Acme-brand rock and a bicycle-propelled submarine.
Description: Moe Hican, an Indian, has struck it rich. Oil has been found on his property, and he actually owns an estate with oil rigs everywhere. Even the fountain spouts oil! His mansion is as uppercrust as any, but he prefers to live in a tepee and hunt moose, within the rooms of his vast home, which have forests of their own. Moe and his butler go on a hunting expedition, with the butler being hit with each instrument Moe uses to test to slay a pint-sized moose.
Description: Woody Woodpecker is in the Foreign Legion, where he and his commander are guarding a dancing girl. A neighboring sheik wants her for his harem, and he kidnaps her. Woody goes to the sheik's palace and finally frees her by disguising her to be as ugly as homemade sin.
Description: Sylvester's carnivorious pursuit of Tweety Bird continues, chasing the canary onto the ledge of a tall building. He plummets to the sidewalk below, losing one of his nine "lives"; the spirit descends into Hell, where the puddy tat meets up with a Satanic bulldog. There, the bulldog encourages Sylvester to risk his remaining eight "lives" chasing the bird in the most risky of situations.
Description: A wildcat escapes from the zoo, disguises herself as a skunk to fool her pursuers, but that only attracts love-struck Pepe, who finds he enjoys the additional spice that fangs and claws add to lovemaking.
Description: The game of this cartoon is a misnomer, because it is in fact Tweety Bird who is the homeless one here, and Sylvester is Granny's pet. Tweety seeks shelter from a blizzard and taps on Granny's house door. Sylvester answers and grabs the canary. He tries to hide Tweety from Granny while evading the attacks of Hector, Granny's bed-ridden bulldog, who wants revenge on Sylvester for his broken leg. Tweety keeps escaping Sylvester's clutches, with Hector's help.
Description: A schooner anchors at the South Pole, and the skipper goes ashore and leaves the ship's mascot, a St. Bernard dog, to stand watch and guard the ship. A tiny penguin, Chilly Willy (the only penguin not equipped for cold weather...anywhere), sees the ship and tries to receive warm by its stove. The watchdog attempts to receive rid of him, but Willy manages to receive the dog drunk from the rum in its own cask. The captain returns to search Willy saving the ship from sinking, while the dog is found sleeping it off. Willy is made mascot and the dog is tossed in the ship's brig.
Description: Woody Woodpecker is watching a wrestling match on TV. It's "Precious Percy" (Woody's favorite) vs his opponent, "Bull Dozer". Eventually, Woody's dog gets overexcited and inadvertently wrecks his TV set, forcing to Woody to watch the match in person at the arena. While in the audience, he often supports Percy victory the match through underhanded tactics. However, when Bull still defeats Percy, Woody decides to take on Bull all by himself.
Description: Miss Prissy, the slow-witted hen, sets out to land a husband - Foghorn Leghorn, and Barnyard Dog is willing to support her by dressing as a rooster to "rival" Foghorn Leghorn's non-existent affections and create him jealous so that he'll marry Prissy without thinking. Foghorn Leghorn falls for the scheme - hook, line, and sinker.
Description: Barney is plagued by crows. Joe Scarecrow comes along and, using a wind-up puppet, gets the crows to follow it out in a conga line. He then says Barney everything is under control only to remove his scarecrow costume when Barney leaves, revealing two more crows. The crows receive the greatest of Barney, eventually turning his field into popped corn.
Description: Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard are hotel bellhops in this Walter Lantz Technicolor Cartune (production number 8330.) The are admiring Ga-Ga Gazoon, glamorous French actress, in a fanatic magazine, when the desk informs them she is about to arrive at the hotel. Woody and Buzz compete (with dirty tricks) to serve her.
Description: This cartoon is based on Universal's Maw and Paw Kettle features. Maw and Paw and their children live on a farm and can be described as a rural family with below average intelligence (their pet pig, Milford, is regarded in the opening games as the "Smart One"). At dinner, Milford answers a phone-in quiz contest correctly and wins a fresh vehicle for the family. The trouble is no one in the family knows how to drive it (Maw thinks the antenna is a "new fangled clothesline").
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