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The Screwdriver (1941) - Woody Woodpecker Theatrical Cartoon Series The Screwdriver

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  • Woody Woodpecker Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Traditional Animation
  • Walter Lantz Productions
  • Distributed by: Universal Pictures
  • Cartoon Characters: Woody Woodpecker, Policeman.
  • Voice Actors: Mel Blanc.
  • Directed By Walter Lantz.
  • Produced By Walter Lantz.
  • Animated By Alex Lovy, Ralph Somerville.
  • Written By Ben Hardaway, Jack Cosgrove.
  • Music: Darrell Calker.
  • Originally Released on August 11, 1941.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Woody Woodpecker is driving along a country road when his car breaks down. The redhead does such a good repair job that he's unable to restrain the car when he...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Reissued for television as "Woody's Jalopy." With arguably the most famous laugh of any cartoon character in history ("ha-ha-ha-HA-ha"), Woody Woodpecker pecked his way into our lives through a 1940...  (more)


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