One Horse Town

One Horse Town 1968

One Horse Town” is the 165th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically in 1968, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by United Artists. Woody and Sugarfoot try to settle down in a town set in the old west, but Dirty Dan, the town bully, claims that it's a one horse town and chases Woody off. Woody just keeps coming back.

Woody's Knight Mare

Woody's Knight Mare 1969

While in England, the ruthless King John has placed his gold crown on a pole and everyone has to bow down to it as they pass. Woody refuses to bow down to it and is chased by the king's guard.

Phoney Pony

Phoney Pony 1969

Two convicts escape from prison in the Wild West and disguise themselves as a horse. Sugarfoot sees the "horse" and falls in love. Later, Woody and Sugarfoot learn about the phony pony, and they try to send the convicts back to jail.

Tumble Weed Greed

Tumble Weed Greed 1969

Woody wins a cash prize and goes on a vacation with it. Buzz Buzzard stops at nothing to get the cash away from Woody. The story plays out like a Road Runner cartoon.

Coo Coo Nuts

Coo Coo Nuts 1970

Woody Woodpecker ends up on an island inhabited by Robinson Crusoe, who has somehow managed to survive for years eating nothing but coconuts.

All Hams on Deck

All Hams on Deck 1970

Woody is at home being bored and watching TV and hears a special bulletin about pirated gold by Captain Blah. Woody still bored and ignoring the bulletin decides to go to bed. While drifting off to sleep, dirt is slung through Woody's bedroom window & when investigates, he finds Captain Blah digging a hole to bury his gold. Seeing where Blah buried his gold, he chases after Woody.

Buster's Last Stand

Buster's Last Stand 1970

An Indian tries to scalp Woody in order to use his feathers to make a headdress and win the hand of the Indian Chief's daughter.

Seal on the Loose

Seal on the Loose 1970

"Seal on the Loose" is the 174th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically in 1970, the film was produced by Walter Lantz. Woody lives in Mrs. Meany's Boarding House and she does not want any animals or pets living there. Woody returning home from releasing his pet goldfish, a circus vehicle passes by that looses a box with a seal in it. So would sneaks the seal in and has to hide it from Mrs. Meany.

Flim Flam Fountain

Flim Flam Fountain 1971

Woody Woodpecker Show - Flim Flam Fountain. "Flim Flam Fountain" is the 180th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on 1970, the film was produced by Walter Lantz

Shanghai Woody

Shanghai Woody 1971

A Captain and his first mate shanghai Woody and with plans of having him swab the deck aboard their ship.

How to Trap a Woodpecker

How to Trap a Woodpecker 1971

George the woodsman's wife, fed up with life in the wilderness, shows him an ad for a fancy but expensive hat. She then kicks him out of his log cabin and sends him on a quest to trap Woody and obtain his feathers to make such a hat. However, all of George's attempts to trap Woody backfire on him. Woody then offers to sacrifice his feathers if George would stop trying to capture him. George accepts the offer, and Woody gives him a big present and tells him the coveted hat is in it. George then goes home and puts the "hat" (which is really a SKUNK!) on his wife's head. When she looks in the mirror and notices the truth, she screams and the skunk sprays her! George's wife is now thoroughly exasperated and promises to get even with him when she finishes her ensuing bath.

Kitty from the City

Kitty from the City 1971

On vacation, a married city couple and their kitty, Precious, hop in their RV and drive out to the woods for camping trip. Seeing that Precious is a real scared y-cat, Woody takes advantage and plays jokes on the cat.