Solid Ivory is the 24th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on August 25, 1947, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures.
While playing a game of pool, Woody accidentally loses his cue ball and it rolls into a chicken coop, where it is mistaken for an egg by a chicken. Woody spends the episode's duration getting the cue ball back.
- The premise of Solid Ivory is similar to The Coo Coo Bird in that Woody winds up losing nearly every confrontation in the short (he does win one near the end). He also loses in Busman's Holiday, Woody's Clip Joint, The Tenant's Racket, Banquet Busters, Real Gone Woody, Bye, Bye, Blackboard, The Beach Nut, Well Oiled, The Shutter Bug, A Lad in Bagdad, What's Sweepin' and Ski for Two.
- The title Solid Ivory is a play on the slang term "solid ivory", coined by Tad Dorgan, which meant someone who was thick-headed, an ignoramus.