Cobs and Robbers 1953 >

Barney is plagued by crows. Joe Scarecrow comes along and, using a wind-up puppet, gets the crows to follow it out in a conga line. He then tells Barney everything is under control only to remove his scarecrow costume when Barney leaves, revealing two more crows. The crows get the best of Barney, eventually turning his field into popped corn.

Red White and Boo 1955 >

Through the use of a Time Machine, Casper the Friendly Ghost gets transported back in time, In the stone-age, Casper frightens cave-men and women. Robert Fulton's steamboat makes a successful first trip when Casper's ghostly form frightens it into action. Casper assists Paul Revere on his famous ride when Revere's horse, frightened by Casper, ceases to balk and breaks into a gallop. George Washington, crossing the Delaware River, is sped up by Casper's appearance, and Casper becomes a hero by besting the British Redcoats.

After the Ball 1956 >

This cartoon is a bit of a bizarre experiment that asks, "What if Woody Woodpecker were the size of Tom Thumb and had to live in a bowling ball?"

Parlez Vous Woo 1956 >

Olive is so captived by "The International", a radio personality with a French accent, that she'd rather stay home than go out on a date with Popeye. Bluto, overhearing this, comes to the door as the character.

Pigeon Holed 1956 >

Homer Pigeon's eyesight is pretty bad, so he goes to a doctor for glasses.

Plumber of Seville 1957 >

Hercules, a small, bulbous-nosed plumber, receives a note saying he must "fix leak at Carnegie Hall".

Round Trip to Mars 1957 >

Woody's vacation in the desert [is] interrupted by a German-accented scientist who thinks he has landed on Mars and wants to take Woody back as a specimen.

Half Empty Saddles 1958 >

Woody Woodpecker is wandering around the wild west again seeking to find some buried gold and he tangles with a crook who wishes to find the gold for himself. Woody finally disposes of the villain by shooting him into outer space via a rocket, another favorite method used by Woody to rid himself of whatever he wanted rid of at the moment. The horse steals the film.

Three-Ring Fling 1958 >

Breezy gets into the circus for free on kids' day, but penniless Windy has to resort to guile and intrigue in order to obtain a painful entrance.

The Bongo Punch 1958 >

Boxing bantam Pepe Chickeeto is continually bested in the boxing ring and considers retiring. Fortunately, he and his wife are expecting a son who, Pepe hopes, will carry on his great boxing legacy. He is quite disappointed when the son, Pepito by name, much prefers playing bongo drums to any kind of pugilism.

Robinson Gruesome 1959 >

Robinson Gruesome, marooned on a tropical island, has had nothing to eat but bananas for 28 years. Then Chilly Willy gets marooned with him.

Kiddie League 1959 >

The final (and championship) baseball game of the Kiddie League pits pitcher Woody Woodpecker and his team (the Woody Woodpeckers) against a zany team, the Bubble Gummers. The game begins with the Bubble Gummers at bat and Woody pitching. A little tyke wearing diapers is first up. Before batting, he gulps down a bottle of milk for strength. The first ball is called a strike....

Woodpecker in the Moon 1959 >

The local rocket society is looking for a new volunteer to blast to the moon, the only other person having been sent there being Professor Dingledong who has not returned thus far. They decide to send mailman Woody Woodpecker who, upon landing on the moon's surface, encounters the aforementioned Dingledong who demands possession of Woody's rocket so that he may return to Earth. After many a tussle, Woody and Dingledong are both returned to Earth's atmosphere whereupon Dingledong takes revenge on the rocket society chairman by blasting *him* into space!

Heap Big Hepcat 1960 >

Looseface, a young Indian brave turned TV star, completes his role in a picture and is told to go home for a vacation.

St. Moritz Blitz 1961 >

The register of the hotel in St. Moritz is receiving its annual "dust off" in prepration for the influx of guests at the opening of the skating season.