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Hot Noon (or 12 OClock for Sure)

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Director  Paul J. Smith
Language  English
Release date  October 12, 1953 (U.S.)
Hot Noon (or 12 OClock for Sure) movie poster

Hot Noon (or 12 OClock For Sure) is the 51st animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on October 12, 1953, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.

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Plot

Hot Noon (or 12 OClock for Sure) movie scenes Woody Woodpecker Ending Theme

Woody is a piano player at the Old Crow Bar where a beautiful Mexican girl sits atop his piano. Word of Buzz Buzzard coming to town is that he is out to get the sheriff and kill him. It spreads and every sheriff at the Bar gives Woody their badges. The woman still sitting on top of the piano then takes Woody in her arms, strangles him and says, "Es mi hombre magnifico. You are my little sheriff. You will get the bad hombre, no?" She gives him a kiss (totally inappropriate) convincing him to stop Buzz. Then Woody jumps out.

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Hot Noon (or 12 OClock for Sure) Wikipedia


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