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Description: Inspector Willoughby, seated on a camel trudging through the vast Sahara Desert, is on his method to return the fabulous Red-Eyed Ruby stolen from the forehead of an idol in the tomb of Lord Tut Tut Almond. His archenemy, notorious jewel thief Yeggs Benedict, who had previously stolen the jewel, follows Willoughby with only one thought in mind: repossession of the ruby.
Description: As the stage opens, window washer Woody washes the window of Pierre's bakery. His first mishap is to cause Pierre to mess up a cake that he's decorating, and Pierre says him off. Since this job is finished, Woody gets on a bus with his automatic extension ladder, which keeps hitting the bus driver in the head each time that the bus stops. The driver finally throws Woody off, but Woody manages to receive back on. The comedy with the ladder continues, finally involving a traffic cop, a motorcycle policeman and Pierre, as well as Woody and the driver. The storyline ends with all the participants, on the motorcycle, ruining into a brick wall.
Description: Woody is trying to sleep in the middle of the large town but there is method too much racket going on. He decides to holiday 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.
Description: A wild man is found in the woods by a solitary hunter and brought back to civilization. Alienated by a strange fresh environment, the man tries to adapt by using the same tactics that kept him secure in the forest.
Description: Sylvester the cat imitates the Pied Piper of Hamelin to lure a group of mice into a jug that he seals with a cork. But Speedy Gonzales won't be hypnotized by Sylvester's flute and gradually rescues his mates from Sylvester's clutches.
Description: How to Items a Woodpecker is the 100th animated cartoon short topics in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on May 18, 1960. Professor Strudel relates the storyline of how he managed to catch and items Woody Woodpecker... or did he? In Professor Strudel's Taxidermy Shop, there is seen a series of stuffed animals: a humming hippopotamus, a growling gorilla, a kangaroo, a half-stuffed elephant (due to lack of stuffing), and finally, Woody on a pedestal. The professor proceeds to relate how he outsmarted and captured Woody. In a forest, he hears Woody pecking away at a tree. He gets up and catches Woody, who bops the professor with a mixture of Tabasco and chili powder. With a roar, the revived professor expels the mixture, which hits a tree and reduces it to ashes. The professor then employs different methods and means to capture Woody.
Description: Chilly's nemesis as usual is Smedley who's a worker at the aquarium where the penguin is catching fish. Smedley says him he's not allowed to do that but of course Chilly just does what he wants to which leads to other chase between him, Smedley, and a porpoise Smedley feeds.
Description: Gabby Gator, voiced in Kentucky Colonel mode by Daws Butler, is starving. He comes upon a recipe for southern-fried woodpecker and writes Woody a fanatic letter. Woody shows up to perform an act and about the three-quarter mark, realizes what is going on, and proceeds to take his revenge.
Description: Sylvester Cat is a guard at a Mexican experimental laboratory where mice are confined for research. The families of the captured mice zone a call to Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in Mexico, to support them rescue their compadres. Speedy comes and engages in the usual war of wits and feet with Sylvester.
Description: Warners' "economy cartoon," repackaging footage from earlier Tweety and Sylvester chases with fresh footage. In this one, Sylvester says a psychiatrist of his frustration at not being able to catch Tweety, his repeated failures illustrated through past cartoons featuring the canary and puddy tat.
Description: The final (and championship) baseball minigame of the Kiddie League pits pitcher Woody Woodpecker and his squad (the Woody Woodpeckers) vs a zany team, the Bubble Gummers. The minigame starts with the Bubble Gummers at bat and Woody pitching. A tiny tyke wearing diapers is first up. Before batting, he gulps down a bottle of milk for strength. The first ball is named a strike....
Description: The local rocket society is looking for a fresh volunteer to blast to the moon, the only another person having been sent there being Professor Dingledong who has not returned thus far. They decide to send mailman Woody Woodpecker who, upon landing on the moon's surface, encounters the aforementioned Dingledong who demands possession of Woody's rocket so that he may return to Earth. After many a tussle, Woody and Dingledong are both returned to Earth's atmosphere whereupon Dingledong takes revenge on the rocket society chairman by blasting *him* into space!
Description: A hungry Chilly Willy notices the nice meal the mounties receive and enrolls for the job. Unfortunately, his enrollment image is placed over a wanted poster for criminal Caribou Lou and officer Smedley presumes Chilly is Lou and gives chase.
Description: A tiny papoose, bent on hunting bear, is stopped by his father, the chief, and said to forget the idea. The papoose responds by shooting a rubber-tipped arrow onto the father's nose, and the chief decides to teach his progeny a nice lesson.
Description: A horny hipster rooster, attracted to the hens in Foghorn Leghorn's barnyard, disguises himself as a baby foundling on Foghorn's doorstep. Foghorn adopts the girl-crazy rooster as his son, giving him access to all the chickens on the farm!
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This short is a "buddy movie", but these are not your standard buddies. Then again, it's a Tex Avery cartoon, so atypical is probably the norm here anyway. Sight gags all over the zone and, as with any Avery, things transport quickly. Beware of the edited print shown on Cartoon Network. Fortunately, this is in print. Well worth watching. Recommended.
Love animation, it was a large part of my life as a child, particularly Disney, Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry, and still love it whether it's film, tv or cartoons.Also have much admiration for Tex Avery, an animation genius whose greatest cartoons are animated masterpieces and some of the greatest he ever did. Is 'What Price Fleadom' one of Avery's masterpieces? Not quite perhaps. Is it a nice cartoon? Yes, more than nice in fact. It epitomises exactly why animation holds such a unique zone in my heart and why Avery is so admired. 'What Price Fleadom' has nothing wrong with it at all, my favorite Avery cartoons tend to be the very wacky and ahead-of-their-time ones. While 'What Price Fleadom' is Avery all over in his special style of humour and wildness, it is not quite one of the daring and wickedly deranged ones.It is no surprise that the animation is superb, being rich in colour and detail. The hero designs are unique, Avery everytime did have constructive hero designs, and suitably fluid. The music, courtesy of Scott Bradley, is lushly and cleverly orchestrated, with lively and energetic rhythms and fits very well indeed.'What Price Fleadom' is very funny, hilarious even at its greatest and funniest, and the timing is immaculate. Things never receive predictable and the dog and flea characters in a deliciously unlikely pairing (yes this is not one's typical buddy outing) carry the cartoon beautifully.Overall, wonderful. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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