Various characters from Go Nagai works including Devil Man, Mazinger, and Violence Jack, become trapped in a parody world where they all be come super deformed. They get trapped in this mishmash, fighting each other and are trying to figure a way back to their own world.
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.
Hi-Rise Wise Guys is the 177th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically in 1970, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by United Artists.
A snail invents the wheel and goes through a cultural evolution to finally get back to its origin.
An abstract pastel-animated film featuring two cats.
Dad Bear Teddy explains to the other side of the hill there is a forest where many animals live in the wild. In the stream, Teddy meets another bear as he called Cub and invites him to his home ...
Pecking Holes In Poles is the 190th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. In this cartoon, Woody extols his love for pecking utility poles to the point where they are destroyed. At various times in this cartoon he sings a song about his hobby. One group of people who are not pleased with Woody's habit is the local telephone company, which has had to pay thousands to dollars to replace the poles Woody has ruined. Phone company employee Floyd Farkle comes across a set of twelve poles Woody has destroyed and radios into headquarters that Woody has struck again. His boss is not amused and orders Farkle to find the woodpecker or he will lose his job
While Charlie was watering his lawn, Bessie tells him she ordered a sprinkler. Not wanting to spend money on installing, Charlie decides to install it himself....
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.
Chilly, Maxie, and Gooney go to the store owned by Smedley
Bessie wants to hire a builder to make a sewing room, but Charlie and Junior decide to build it themselves.
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
"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.
The Nativity is seen through the eyes of three young visitors from the 20th century who are transported back through time to the Holy City
Japanese independently-animated short.