Film seriesWoody Woodpecker Series Story byHomer Brightman
DirectorAlex Lovy Music directorEugene Poddany LanguageEnglish
Release dateJanuary 5, 1960 (U.S.) CastDallas McKennon, Grace Stafford Similar moviesBillion Dollar Boner and Romp in a Swamp are part of the same movie series
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Billion Dollar Boner is the 96th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on January 5, 1960, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.
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On a quiet and peaceful street, the serenity of one house is suddenly disturbed by the noise of Woody Woodpecker pecking away inside on a chest of drawers. The owner, Terrance O'Hoolihan, goes after Woody, and just as he catches him, the doorbell rings. Going to the door, O'Hoolihan is greeted by a small man who presents him with a check for $1 billion with the stipulation that if he harms, hurts or in any manner mistreats any fine feathered friend (Woody included), the money must be refunded. O'Hoolidan agrees to abide by the stipulation, and he immediately buys himself a mansion. Lazily dozing in a hammock, O'Hoolihan's peace is suddenly interrupted by a falling tree. He hasn't taken into consideration Woody's penchant for anything made of wood. He goes after Woody, and each time, he's reminded of the stipulation. Matters go from bad to worse as Woody continues to annoy O'Hoolihan. Finally, the house becomes a shambles. O'Hoolihan discovers that the check is made of rubber as the police arrive to pick up the little man who, it develops, has been papering the town with checks that "bounce"- literally!