Woody Woodpecker in Pantry Panic, by Walter Lantz, 1941

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Woody Woodpecker in Pantry Panic, 1941

A film by Walter Lantz

Despite a warning from the groundhog, Woody decides to skip flying south for the winter, but faces hardship and almost starves. How does this clever and resourceful bird survive?

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Little Audrey: Butterscotch and Soda, an animated short by Seymour Kneitel, 1948

Little Audrey in Butterscotch and Soda, an animated short by Seymour Kneitel, 1948

Little Audrey: Butterscotch and Soda, 1948

An animated short by Seymour Kneitel

“After Little Audrey is forbidden to eat candy, she gets the sweet-tooth version of delirium tremens. Suddenly, she’s in a Candy Horror Land with cruel suckers and evil candy canes…” (IMDB)

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Felix the Cat in Neptune Nonsense, an animated short by Burt Gillett, 1936

Felix the Cat in Neptune Nonsense, an animated short by Burt Gillett, 1936

Felix the Cat in Neptune Nonsense, 1936

An animated short by Burt Gillett

“Felix is feeding his various pets: a bird, two dogs, and a goldfish. But Annabelle the goldfish is unhappy; she’s lonely. Felix sets out to catch her a friend. The fish drag him underwater. After a bit of searching, he finds a goldfish, but the fish cries for help, and Felix finds himself on trial before King Neptune. He’s accused of wanting to eat the fish, but after he explains himself, Neptune gives him a fish from the fish orphanage, and everyone lives happily.” (IMDB)

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Dinopoodi, an animated short featuring The Three Stooges, 1965

Dinopoodi, an animated short featuring The Three Stooges, 1965

The Three Stooges: Dinopoodi, 1965

An animated short by David Detiege (as Dave Detiege), Edward Bernds (as Eddie Bernds)

“On their way to a movie, the 3 Stooges are stopped by a pet shop owner informing them they have won the rare creature, Dinopoodi, but it is so ugly nobody wants to claim the prize.” (IMDB)

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Felix the Cat: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, a film by Burt Gillett & Tom Palmer, 1936

Felix the Cat: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, a film by Burt Gillett & Tom Palmer, 1936

Felix the Cat: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, 1936

A film by Burt Gillett & Tom Palmer

“Felix is handing out relief, thanks to a goose that lays golden eggs. The evil Captain Kidd sees the goose and breaks into Felix’s house to get it. He brings the goose to his pirate ship. Felix arrives too late to catch the ship. Goldie won’t lay for the pirates. Felix sees a cannon and turns himself into a human cannonball to catch the ship. With help from Goldie and another cannon, he subdues the crew, wrapping them in the sail and depositing them in the hold. He and Kidd have a sword fight, but their swords melt together. Kidd chases Felix up the mast, then foolishly cuts off his own support. He falls into the hold. They sail for home, where Felix fires off cannon loads of gold coins.” (IMDB)

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The Talking Magpies, an animated short by Mannie Davis, 1946

The Talking Magpies, an animated short by Mannie Davis, 1946

The Talking Magpies, 1946

An animated short by Mannie Davis

“The magpies move into a nest in a tree right outside an old man’s bedroom window. Chaos ensues as the magpies and the old man each try to best each other, the old man trying to get the magpies to be quiet, and the two of them being anything BUT quiet.” (IMDB)

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Gabby: Fire Cheese, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1941

Gabby: Fire Cheese, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1941

Gabby: Fire Cheese, 1941

An animated short by Dave Fleischer

“Gabby makes good on his pledge to ‘be helpful’ by assisting the local fire department while they put out a fire. When the chief incapacitates himself by getting Gabby’s hat stuck over his head, Gabby takes charge with with disastrous consequences.” (IMDB)

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Mighty Mouse: Wolf! Wolf!, a film by Eddie Donnelly, 1945

Mighty Mouse: Wolf! Wolf!, a film by Eddie Donnelly, 1945

Mighty Mouse and the Wolf, 1945

A film by Eddie Donnelly

America’s most heroic rodent, Mighty Mouse, comes to the rescue when innocent Little Bo Peep and her adorable flock of fluffy sheep are chastised by a pack of clever, ravenous wolves, looking for trouble. They’ve found it!

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