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Woody Dines Out

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Director  Shamus Culhane
Language  English
Woody Dines Out movie poster
Release date  April 1, 1945; 70 years ago (April 1, 1945) (U.S.)

Woody Dines Out is the 14th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on April 1, 1945, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is the final wartime Woody Woodpecker short released a month before V-E Day and 4 months before V-J Day.

Woody Dines Out movie scenes Woody Dines Out Surprise How surprised is Woody at seeing a lion walk toward him His head becomes a red smear

Plot

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Woody walks about town and realizes that all of the restaurants are closed. He finds one store with a sign in its window that reads: "We stuff birds." He assumes that it is a restaurant when it is actually a taxidermist's shop. He approaches the counter to place his order. From his coat pocket, the taxidermist, an anthropomorphic cat (voice by Hans Conried), removes an ad from the Museum of Natural History announcing a $100,000 reward for a stuffed king-size woodpecker. He secretly places knock-out drops in the food he prepares for Woody. The food puts Woody to sleep, but he recovers on the cutting table. He escapes the taxidermist by climbing onto an elevator; the taxidermist falls down the elevator shaft to the basement, where he abandons his $100 grand ambition.


The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Presents Woody Dines Out Reverse
Tralfaz Woody Dines Out Surprise

Tralfaz Woody Dines Out Surprise
El Pjaro Loco en Woody Dines Out Taxidermidades

References

Woody Dines Out Wikipedia


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