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Plywood Panic

Plywood Panic

Alternate Title: Maw and Paw in Plywood Panic

Plywood Panic (Maw and Paw in Plywood Panic) (1953) - Maw and Paw Theatrical Cartoon Series Plywood Panic

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  • Maw and Paw Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Universal Pictures
  • Cartoon Characters: Maw, Paw, Kids, Milford, Contest Representative.
  • Originally Released in 1953.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Milford the pig gets the mail and informs Paw that the family has won a brand new house after Maw and Paw have accumulated a million boxtops. Their joy turns to frustration when they learn the catch: the house is prefabricated, and they must put the entire house together themselves. With the family's intelligence (especially Paw's competence), this isn't an easy task. Examples: Paw is shrouded in measuring tape when Milford lets go too suddenly. When Maw carries a board, it starts vibrating to the point where it carries her into the air, dropping her into the washing machine (Paw thinks that he's watching Maw on TV). Finally, the house is finished, and the family moves inside. Unfortunately, Paw steps on a loose floorboard, causing the house to disassemble into a pile of rubble.

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