The Woody Woodpecker Show - Season 2

ABC (ended 1958)


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Episode Guide

  • Room And Bored
    Room And Bored
    Episode 93
    A telephone worker tries to evict Woody from his home on the telephone pole.
  • Foot Brawl
    Foot Brawl
    Episode 92
    Charlie teaches his son Junior about football.
  • Chilly Chums
    Chilly Chums
    Episode 91
    Maxi needs help from Chilly Willy because a hunter is after him.
  • Tragic Magic
    Tragic Magic
    Episode 90
    Woody becomes a magician's assistant and tricks him into a cannon.
  • Busman's Holiday
    Busman's Holiday
    Episode 89
    Window washer Woody causes trouble with his extension ladder on a city bus.
  • Guest Who?
    Guest Who?
    Episode 88
    Junior Beary wins a pet chimp in a dance contest-and is determined to make him one of the family.
  • Half Baked Alaska
    Half Baked Alaska
    Episode 87
    Out of work, poor, starving Chilly Willy tries to sneak pancakes from restaurant chef Smedley.
  • Careless Caretaker
    Careless Caretaker
    Episode 86
    Smedley, the caretaker of Greenland Park, loves his trees-and tries to protect them from hole-peckin' Woody.
  • Bunco Busters/Case Of The Red-Eyed Ruby/Bedtime Bedlam/Pigeon Patrol
    Bunco Busters: (1955) Woody inherits a "pot full of dough" and Buzz Buzzard devises many schemes to con him out of it..

    Case Of The Red Eyed Ruby: (1961) Inspector Willoughby foils criminal Yeggs Benedict, who is trying to steal the Red-Eyed Ruby from King Tut-Tu Almond's tomb.

    Bedtime Bedlam: (1955) Woody has a wild time babysitting a baby gorilla.

    Pigeon Patrol: (1942) To impress his girl, Homer Pigeon joins the Pigeon Patrol and becomes a hero.moreless
  • Square Shootin' Square/Plumber Of Seville/Witch Crafty/Goose In The Rough
    Square Shootin' Square: (1955) A western bandit hides his loot in a tree-Woody's home. Soon he is chasing the woodpecker to get his money back.
    Plumber Of Seville: (1957) A plumber tries to stop a leak gone wild during a concert at Carnegie Hall.
    Witch Crafty: (1955) A witch refuses to pay Woody for a new broom he made for her.
    Goose In The Rough: (1963) Charlie Beary tries to expel goose who has mistaken his hatful of golf balls for goose eggs.moreless
  • Billion Dollar Boner/Coming Out Party/Romp In A Swamp/Pest Of Show
    Billion Dollar Boner: (1960) Mr. O'Hoolihan will earn a billion dollars, provided if he doesn't harm any birds-especially Woody.

    Coming Out Party: (1963) Inspector Willoughby is assigned to foil the attempts of Crash McDash to escape from Sing Song Prison.

    Romp In A Swamp: (1959) Woody tricks Ali Gator into a swampland chase.

    Pest Of Show: (1962) Doc enters Champ into a dog show in order to win a banquet meal-but they are harassed by two alley cats.moreless
  • Log Jammed/Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker/The Tee Bird/Sufferin' Cats
    Log Jammed: (1959) Woody gets even with a lumberjack who chopped down his home.

    Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker: (1963) Inspector Willoughby attempts to bring in One-Eyed Jack, a notorious sea pirate.

    The Tee Bird: (1959) It's Woody versus Dapper Denver Dooley in a championship of golf playoff.

    Sufferin' Cats: (1961) The world's fastest cat, The Blue Streak, is hired to get rid of Woody and his aggravating pecks.moreless
  • Poop Deck Pirate/Pesky Pelican/A Fine Feathered Frenzy/Corny Concerto
    Poop Deck Pirate:
    Pesky Pelican:
    A Fine Feathered Frenzy: Corny Concerto:
  • Kiddie League/Charlie's Mother-In-Law/The Bird Who Came To Dinner/Fish & Chips
    Kiddie League: (1959) The final baseball game of the Kiddie League pits Woody against a zany team, the Bubble Gummers.
    Charlie's Mother-In-Law: (1963) Charlie Beary wants to go fishing, but his mother-in-law insists he should help with the spring cleaning.
    The Bird Who Came To Dinner: (1961) Woody pretends to be a toy in order to gain access to rich mansion full of food.
    Fish & Chips: (1963) Chilly tries to snare a prize swordfish from under the nose of Colonel Blooblud and his faithful dog, Smedley.moreless
  • International Woodpecker/Swiss Miss-Fit/Niagara Fools/Mississippi Slow Boat
    International Woodpecker: (1957) Woody gives Knothead and Splinter a history lesson-explaining their ancestors' roles in various world famous events.

    Swiss Miss-Fit: (1957) A rescue dog in the Swiss Alps tries to rescue Chilly Willy from various dangers-but it's Chilly who saves the day.

    Niagara Fools: (1956) Woody is determined to ride down the Niagara Falls in a barrel.

    Mississippi Slow Boat: (1961) Inspector Willoughby trails a crooked gambler on a riverboat heading for New Orleans.moreless
  • Woodpecker From Mars/Tricky Trout/Everglade Raid/Three Ring Fling
    Woodpecker From Mars: (1956) Space cadet Woody is mistaken for a real outer space creature and is transported to Mars.

    Tricky Trout: (1961) Chilly tries to get a snack from Wally Walrus' fish hatchery.

    Everglade Raid: (1958) Woody tries to make money with alligator bags-but first he has to catch an alligator.

    Three Ring Fling: (1958) Windy gains entrance to the circus by disguising himself as Bruno, the Juggling Bear.moreless
  • Panhandal Scandal/Eggnapper/Fowled Up Falcon/Operation Cold Feet
    Panhandle Scandal: (1959) Western bandit Dapper Dan Dooley faces off against the marshal of Rigor Mortis, Texas-Woody Woodpecker.

    Eggnapper: (1961) Fatso the bear figures he can survive the winter by stealing eggs from Ranger Willoughby's chicken coop.

    Fowled Up Falcon: (1960) In medieval times, a hunter instructs his falcon to capture Woody.

    Operation Cold Feet: (1957) To get some of the sardines kept in the military food storage house, Chilly must get past the sentry guard dog.moreless
  • Private Eye Pooch/Hunger Strife/Ozark Lark/Polar Pests
    Private Eye Pooch: (1955) Woody is chased by a taxidermy school bloodhound who needs a bird for a stuffing demonstration.

    Hunger Strife: (1960) Ranger Willoughby puts Fatso the bear on a strict diet.

    Ozark Lark: (1960) Woody accidentally rekindles the old feud between the Martins and the Coys.

    Polar Pests: (1958) Chilly Willy goes south for the winter, and tries to stay one step ahead of the zookeeper.moreless
  • The Unbearable Salesman/Yukon Have It/Dopey Dick The Pink Whale/Phoney Express
    The Unbearable Salesman: (1957) Woody recalls how he got a bearskin rug in the days when he was a door-to-door salesman.

    Yukon Have It: (1959) Smedley of the Mounted mistakes Chilly Willy for the notorious Caribou Lou.

    Dopey Dick The Pink Whale: (1957) Woody is shanghaied by an obsessed sea captain intent on catching a whale who bit him.

    Phoney Express: (1962) Inspector Willoughby chases International Spy X13 aboard the Cloak & Dagger Express.moreless
  • Ballyhooey/Rough And Tumbleweed/Franken-Stymied/Mother's Little Helper
    Ballyhooey: (1960) Woody wants to win the big prize on a TV quiz show.

    Rough And Tumbleweed: (1961) Inspector Willoughby travels out west to catch bank bandit Pretty Boy McCoy.

    Franken-Stymied: (1961) Woody takes refuge from a storm in the castle of a mad scientist who wants to test his chicken-plucking robot-on Woody!

    Mother's Little Helper: (1962) The Beary Family's pet goose keeps tabs on the progress of Charlie's housework chores while his wife gets her hair done.moreless
  • Half Empty Saddles/Fowled Up Party/Round Trip To Mars/A Chilly Reception
    Half Empty Saddles: (1958) Western villain Dapper Dan Dooley tries to hijack Woody's buried treasure.

    Fowled Up Party: (1957) En route to a masquerade party, Maggie and Sam have car trouble. Dressed as a giant rooster, Sam tries to borrow gas and get past a chicken-hungry dog.

    Round Trip To Mars: (1957) Woody tricks a scientist into thinking he's landed on Mars-and that Woody is a Martian.

    A Chilly Reception: (1958) Chilly Willy becomes the new mascot of the Antarctic vessel, U.S.S. Icepick-which has the dog mascot seeing red.moreless
  • Misguided Missile/Bear And The Bees/Watch The Birdie/Punchy Pooch
    Misguided Missile: (1958) Insurance salesman Woody sells a policy to an accident-prone bully.
    Bears And The Bees: (1961) Cupid tries his best to get Fatso to fall in love with a lady bear.
    Watch The Birdie: (1958) Woody heckles a birdwatcher intent on studying the woodpecker's every move.
    Punchy Pooch: (1962) At an amusement park, Doc enters Champ in a boxing match against an aggressive kangaroo.moreless
  • Pistol Packin' Woodpecker/St. Moritz Blitz/Fodder And Son/Freeloading Feline
    Pistol Packin' Woodpecker: (1960) A western bandit, caught by Woody, escapes jail and vows revenge against the wacky woodpecker.

    St. Moritz Blitz: (1961) Alpine lodge caretaker Smedley finds Chilly Willy defacing the hotel's ice rink with his fishing holes.

    Fodder and Son: (1957) A hungry bear and his son try to get food from Woody Woodpecker.

    Freeloading Feline: (1960) Alley cat Doc and bulldog Champ try to gain entrance to a swanky penthouse party.moreless
  • Operation Sawdust/Man's Best Friend/Around The World With Woody/Hay Rube
    Operation Sawdust: (1953) Lumberjacks Woody and Buzz compete for food.

    Man's Best Friend: (1941) A hunter's dog is having a problem getting a good night's sleep.

    Around The World With Woody: Walter & Woody witness expert fisherman, the accomplishments of the blind and an ice-breaking ship at the North Pole.

    Hay Rube: (1954) Sugarfoot falls in love with Starbrite "the miracle mare" and joins the circus to save her from a cruel ringmaster.moreless
  • The Loan Stranger/Playful Pelican/Woody's Newsreel/Under The Counter Spy
    The Loan Stranger: (1942) After crashing his car, Woody drives a foxy loan shark crazy.

    Playful Pelican: (1948) Sailor Andy Panda tries to evict an old pelican and her hatchling from his boat.

    Woody's Newsreel: Walter & Woody observe the world of water: riverboats, rowboat races, stunt diving and water skiing.

    Under The Counter Spy: (1954) "The story you are about to see is a big fat lie." This spoof of "Dragnet" has Woody drinking a super strength formula to outwit a shadowy spy.moreless
  • Alley To Bali/Village Blacksmith/Around The World With Woody/Pigeon Holed
    Alley To Bali: (1954) Woody and Buzz Buzzard are sailors on leave on the South Seas, and both have their eyes on a lovely native girl.

    Village Blacksmith: (1942) Andy Panda tries to convince his father that he's old enough to shoe horses.

    Around The World With Woody: Woody and Walter visit the Eiffel Tower, a Watusi tribe in Africa, dogs playing soccer and chimps doing stunts.

    Pigeon Holed: (1956) Due to Homer Pigeon's poor eyesight, he mistakes the Pigeon Air Corps induction center for a trip to the doctor.moreless