The Barber of Seville

The Barber of Seville (1944)

TMDb Score
62
Woody is standing outside the Seville Barber Shop looking at the ads. Wanting a "victory haircut", he decides to enter the shop only to find the owner has stepped out for a physical. Woody decides to cut his own hair ("I cut my own teeth") but unfortunately is mistaken for the owner when two other customers enter, one an Indian who wants a quick shampoo and the other, a construction worker who wants "the whole works" and, unfortunately, gets it.
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DirectorShamus Culhane

Movie Details

Theatrical Release:April 21st, 1944
Original Language:English
Production Companies:Walter Lantz Productions, Universal Pictures
Movie Tags:cartoon