dudeman316
2016-01-19T01:14:51Z
[woody] my woody woodpecker collection is near completion, im missing a few, maybe someone has some of these in english, I am missing: Birds of a Feather (1965), Coy Decoy (1963), Crowin' Pains (1962), Rocket Racket (1962), Shutter Bug (1963), Stowaway Woody (1963), The Nautical Nut (1967), Wild Bill Hiccup (1970), & Woody and the Beanstalk (1966)



thanks 🙂
Bradskey
2016-01-19T21:41:44Z
I wish Universal would complete mine for me.
dudeman316
2016-01-26T05:33:29Z
so do i, my chilly and andy panda collection are complete but would like better copies of some of them.
LuckyToon
2016-01-26T10:09:50Z
I do have the 2 volume Woody Woodpecker and Friends DVD releases, but I prefer the first volume because of the 40's Woody Woodpecker cartoons were the best cartoons I've seen with some creativity. Woody's later cartoons from the 50's were okay, but they weren't as funny as the 40's cartoons and most of them started to get boring (mainly his late 50's cartoons). But I will say the Tex Avery directed Lantz cartoons from the 50's are by far the best and hilarious cartoons I've seen (with The Legend of Rock-A-Bye Point being my personal favorite).

The 60's and early 70's Lantz and Woody cartoons are by far the slowest and most boring cartoons I've seen with no creativity and no well executed humor what so ever.
nickramer
2016-01-27T04:15:14Z
I disagree that statement about there aren't any good Woody cartoons in the 1960s. There are some good and decent ones in that decade. They're just aren't many (if any) of those from Smith (who, unfortunately, directed the majority of them).
Bradskey
2016-01-27T06:06:17Z
The later Lantz output may be uneven, but they're hardly the worst theatrical cartoons ever discussed here. I remember enjoying several of them when they were in the later syndication packages. They're worth releasing. More so than Terrytoons, and I'd like those too!
LuckyToon
2016-01-27T13:23:22Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

I disagree that statement about there aren't any good Woody cartoons in the 1960s. There are some good and decent ones in that decade. They're just aren't many (if any) of those from Smith (who, unfortunately, directed the majority of them).



That's your opinion. It's that I don't find them as funny as the 40's Woody cartoons. That's why I prefer the 40's Woody cartoons.
Calvin
2016-02-02T02:44:50Z
Like others, I wish Universal would have continued with the Lantz material. I don't know how much chance there is now of getting anything else.