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Old 06-10-2019, 09:16 PM
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Does anyone remember this Woody Woodpecker cartoon(s)?


There's a Halloween party. Woody is seen outside arriving.

Some of the guests laugh "Trick or Treat!"

One of the guests is Woody's perennial nemesis, Buzz Buzzard, who clarifies Woody's fate: "No treats! Just tricks!"
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Another memory is a record played on a jukebox by Woody.

Buzz reacts negatively to the record, which is seen inside the jukebox to be square instead of round as it lands on the turntable.

"Oh NO!", exclaims Buzz. "Guy Lum-BAY-go!!" (Guy Lumbardo, who played traditional -- aka -- "square" music).

Buzz pushes the reject button.

Back inside the jukebox, a robotic hand emerges wielding a hammer, which smashes the record.

The hand goes inside and re-emerges with a whisk broom which sweeps the turntable clean of pieces of vinyl.
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These may have been in the same cartoon.

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Old 06-10-2019, 10:10 PM
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Pretty sure the second one is Real Gone Woody. Woody and Buzz are teenagers, both trying to get the same girl to go with them to the sock hop.
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Old 06-11-2019, 04:11 PM
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Pretty sure the second one is Real Gone Woody. Woody and Buzz are teenagers, both trying to get the same girl to go with them to the sock hop.
That's the one I thought of. It ended with the girl Woodpecker riding off with another bird. Woody and Buzz were hugging each other and crying. Clips were often showed between full episodes.
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Old 06-12-2019, 05:00 AM
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That's the one. After the sockhop, Buzz takes the girl to a drive-in joint that has a jukebox. He plays a record himself, and rejects it when he hears the schmaltzy song.
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