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Tex Avery’s height is 5ft 6in (1.68 m)

Frederick Bean “Tex” Avery was an American animator, cartoonist, voice actor and director, famous for producing animated cartoons during The Golden Age of Hollywood animation.

Best Known For Movie: The Woody Woodpecker Show
Born: February 26, 1908, Taylor, Texas, United States
Filmography: Cartoon Alley (2004), Hänsel und Gretel – Sie sind innen hässlich (2003), The Bugs n’ Daffy Show (1996), That’s Warner Bros.! (1995), Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends (1990), Fifty Years of Bugs Bunny in 3 1/2 Minutes (1989), Tex Avery, the King of Cartoons (1988), Woody Woodpecker and His Friends (1982), The Woody Woodpecker Show (1957), Cat’s Meow (1957), Millionaire Droopy (1956), Cellbound (1955), Deputy Droopy (1955), The First Bad Man (1955), Sh-h-h-h-h-h (1955), Field and Scream (1955), The Legend of Rockabye Point (1955), I’m Cold (1954), Dixieland Droopy (1954), The Flea Circus (1954), The Farm of Tomorrow (1954), Homesteader Droopy (1954), Billy Boy (1954), Drag-A-Long Droopy (1954), Crazy Mixed Up Pup (1954), The Three Little Pups (1953), T.V. of Tomorrow (1953), Little Johnny Jet (1953), Rock-a-Bye Bear (1952), One Cab’s Family (1952), Magical Maestro (1952), Droopy’s Double Trouble (1951), Car of Tomorrow (1951), Symphony in Slang (1951), Droopy’s Good Deed (1951), Daredevil Droopy (1951), Cock-a-Doodle Dog (1951), The Peachy Cobbler (1950), The Chump Champ (1950), Garden Gopher (1950), The Cuckoo Clock (1950), Ventriloquist Cat (1950), The Counterfeit Cat (1949), Out-Foxed (1949), Little Rural Riding Hood (1949), Wags to Riches (1949), Doggone Tired (1949), The House of Tomorrow (1949), Señor Droopy (1949), Bad Luck Blackie (1949), The Cat That Hated People (1948), Lucky Ducky (1948), Half-Pint Pygmy (1948), Little ‘Tinker (1948), What Price Fleadom (1948), King-Size Canary (1947), Slap Happy Lion (1947), Uncle Tom’s Cabaña (1947), Red Hot Rangers (1947), Hound Hunters (1947), Henpecked Hoboes (1946), Northwest Hounded Police (1946), The Hick Chick (1946), Lonesome Lenny (1946), Wild and Woolfy (1945), Swing Shift Cinderella (1945), The Shooting of Dan McGoo (1945), Jerky Turkey (1945), The Screwy Truant (1945), Big Heel-Watha (1944), Happy-Go-Nutty (1944), Batty Baseball (1944), Screwball Squirrel (1944), What’s Buzzin’ Buzzard? (1943), One Ham’s Family (1943), Who Killed Who? (1943), Red Hot Riding Hood (1943), Dumb-Hounded (1943), The Early Bird Dood It! (1942), Blitz Wolf (1942), Crazy Cruise (1942), Aloha Hooey (1942), The Cagey Canary (1941), Speaking of Animals in the Zoo (1941), The Bug Parade (1941), All This and Rabbit Stew (1941), Speaking of Animals Down on the Farm (1941), Aviation Vacation (1941), The Heckling Hare (1941), Hollywood Steps Out (1941), Porky’s Preview (1941), Tortoise Beats Hare (1941), The Crackpot Quail (1941), The Haunted Mouse (1941), Of Fox and Hounds (1940), Wacky Wildlife (1940), Holiday Highlights (1940), Ceiling Hero (1940), A Wild Hare (1940), Circus Today (1940), A Gander at Mother Goose (1940), The Bear’s Tale (1940), Cross Country Detours (1940), The Early Worm Gets the Bird (1940), Screwball Football (1939), Fresh Fish (1939), Land of the Midnight Fun (1939), Detouring America (1939), Dangerous Dan McFoo (1939), Believe It or Else (1939), Thugs with Dirty Mugs (1939), A Day at the Zoo (1939), Hamateur Night (1939), The Mice Will Play (1938), Cinderella Meets Fella (1938), Daffy Duck in Hollywood (1938), Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas (1938), A Feud There Was (1938), The Isle of Pingo Pongo (1938), The Penguin Parade (1938), The Sneezing Weasel (1938), Daffy Duck & Egghead (1938), Little Red Walking Hood (1937), A Sunbonnet Blue (1937), Egghead Rides Again (1937), I Wanna Be a Sailor (1937), Porky’s Garden (1937), Ain’t We Got Fun (1937), Uncle Tom’s Bungalow (1937), I Only Have Eyes for You (1937), Porky’s Duck Hunt (1937), Picador Porky (1937), Porky the Wrestler (1937), Don’t Look Now (1936), Milk and Money (1936), The Village Smithy (1936), Porky the Rain-Maker (1936), I Love to Singa (1936), Page Miss Glory (1936), I’d Love to Take Orders from You (1936), Plane Dippy (1936), The Blow Out (1936), Gold Diggers of ’49 (1935), The Quail Hunt (1935), Towne Hall Follies (1935), The Ginger Bread Boy (1934), Looney Tunes 50th Anniversary (1986), Casper’s First Christmas (1979), A Bird in the Head (1946), Porky’s Duck Hunt (1937), The Quail Hunt (1935), Towne Hall Follies (1935), Elmer the Great Dane (1935), The Hillbilly (1935), Robinson Crusoe Isle (1935), Sky Larks (1934), Chris Columbus, Jr. (1934), William Tell (1934/I), Annie Moved Away (1934), The Ginger Bread Boy (1934), Wolf! Wolf! (1934), Kings Up (1934), County Fair (1934), Parking Space (1933), The Zoo (1933), Five and Dime (1933), Confidence (1933), Ham and Eggs (1933), Going to Blazes (1933), The Shriek (1933), The Plumber (1933), Teacher’s Pests (1932), Wild and Woolly (1932), Carnival Capers (1932), The Busy Barber (1932), Day Nurse (1932), A Jungle Jumble (1932), A Wet Knight (1932), Cat Nipped (1932), The Winged Horse (1932), Let’s Eat (1932), Making Good (1932), Beau and Arrows (1932), Wins Out (1932), Mechanical Man (1932), Grandma’s Pet (1932), The Clown (1931), The Fisherman (1931), The Hare Mail (1931), Wonderland (1931), The Hunter (1931), Kentucky Belles (1931), Radio Rhythm (1931), The Stone Age (1931), Stone Age (1931), Northwoods (1931), The Bandmaster (1931), Country School (1931), Sunny South (1931), The Fireman (1931), The Farmer (1931), Shipwreck (1931), College (1931), China (1931/I), Mars (1930), Alaska (1930), Africa (1930), Mexico (1930), The Navy (1930), The Fowl Ball (1930), The Detective (1930), The Singing Sap (1930), The Woody Woodpecker Show (1957), Deputy Droopy (1955), Barney’s Hungry Cousin (1953), Señor Droopy (1949), Bad Luck Blackie (1949), Half-Pint Pygmy (1948), What Price Fleadom (1948), Red Hot Rangers (1947), Hound Hunters (1947), Henpecked Hoboes (1946), Lonesome Lenny (1946), Who Killed Who? (1943), Hold the Lion, Please (1942), The Heckling Hare (1941), The Crackpot Quail (1941), Of Fox and Hounds (1940), Holiday Highlights (1940), Ghost Wanted (1940), Circus Today (1940), The Bear’s Tale (1940), Fresh Fish (1939), Land of the Midnight Fun (1939), Dangerous Dan McFoo (1939), Believe It or Else (1939), Thugs with Dirty Mugs (1939), A Day at the Zoo (1939), Hamateur Night (1939), Count Me Out (1938), Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas (1938), The Isle of Pingo Pongo (1938), The Penguin Parade (1938), Porky’s Phoney Express (1938), The Sneezing Weasel (1938), A Sunbonnet Blue (1937), Egghead Rides Again (1937), Uncle Tom’s Bungalow (1937), Don’t Look Now (1936), The Village Smithy (1936), Three Lazy Mice (1935), Toyland Premiere (1934), The Looney Tunes Show (2011-2012), Thanks a Latte (1999), George and Junior: Look Out Below (1995), George and Junior’s Christmas Spectacular (1995), Droopy: Master Detective (1993), Jokebook (1982), The Kwicky Koala Show (1981), The New Adventures of Tom and Jerry (1980), The Woody Woodpecker Show (1957), Sh-h-h-h-h-h (1955), Crazy Mixed Up Pup (1954), Jitterbug Follies (1939), The Quail Hunt (1935), Wolf! Wolf! (1934), The Zoo (1933), The Cartoon Cartoon Show (1995), The Kwicky Koala Show (1981), The Flintstone Comedy Show (1980), The Legend of Rockabye Point (1955), I’m Cold (1954), Hold That Rock (1956), Room and Wrath (1956), William Tell (1934/I), Bird of Steel! (2015), Jimmy Giraffe’s Flying Car (2013), Bugs Bunny Superstar (1975), Så er der tegnefilm (2013), Mel Blanc: The Man of a Thousand Voices (2008), Behind the Tunes: A Conversation with Tex Avery (2004), Toonheads: The Lost Cartoons (2000), Bugs Bunny Classics (1989), Looney Tunes 50th Anniversary (1986).
Other Names: Draft No. 412, Fred Avery
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Animator, Director
Died: August 26, 1980, Burbank, California, United States
TV shows: The Looney Tunes Show, The Kwicky Koala Show, Tom & Jerry Halloween Special
Books: Droopy
Parents: Mary Augusta Bean, George Walton Avery
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Height: 5ft 6in (1.68 m)

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