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The Woody Woodpecker Show (TV Series 1999–2018) Poster

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Was originally slated to premiere in November of 1998 before being pushed to May of 1999.
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Woody's design on this show is like his 1944-1949 design which was last used in Drooler's Delight (1949). This design is what Universal started using on merchandise after retiring the 1950's design in 1997.
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It was created by well-known animator Bob Jaques. Jaques directed the first 13 episodes alongside Alan Zaslove, until the 14th episode, where Zaslove becomes the sole director until the end of the series.
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Each episode consists of three segments, two featuring Woody Woodpecker, and one starring Chilly Willy or Woody's fellow woodpecker co-stars, Winnie Woodpecker and Knothead & Splinter.
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In this series Wally Walrus has caucasian skin. In all of his appearances in theatrical cartoons, he was brown skinned like a real walrus.
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Winnie Woodpecker becomes a prominent character in this series. In the original theatrical cartoons, Winnie Woodpecker only appeared in one cartoon, Real Gone Woody (1954)
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In this cartoon series, Winnie Woodpecker was redesigned to look almost exactly like Woody did from 1950 until 1972, the obvious differences being that she was a female woodpecker, wears a skirt, and has blue eyes.
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On this series, Buzz Buzzard resembles like his 40's design seen in Wet Blanket Policy (1948), Wild and Woody! (1948) and Drooler's Delight (1949) with a feathery look on his head.
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The design for Smedley, the dawg with the southern drawl that Chilly Willy hassles, is based on the one in his first few appearances.
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In this series, Woody lives in a tree house in Ms. Meany's yard. Woody frequently annoys Ms. Meany's neighbor Wally Walrus.
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After his first few appearances, Buzz Buzzard was given a lackey named Tweaky.
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