Tepee for Two is the 130th Woody Woodpecker cartoon that was released in theaters on October 4, 1963.
When Woody makes way too much racket with his TV set and musical instruments, his neighbors have had enough and evict him from the entire city! He decides he'd be better off living in the "wide open spaces" anyway and makes himself a home out west... on top of an Indian's tepee. The Indian is not pleased with the intrusive woodpecker and tries to remove him from his premises... with little luck. Finally, the Indian slingshots the redhead back to where he came from, only to discover his TV set is left behind and is now playing "The Woody Woodpecker Show"!
- This is one of the shorts where Woody Woodpecker loses in the end. The other shorts include Woody's Clip Joint, The Tenant's Racket, Solid Ivory, Smoked Hams, Real Gone Woody, Under the Counter Spy, Well Oiled, The Dizzy Acrobat, What's Sweepin', A Fine Feathered Frenzy, The Coo Coo Bird, Ski for Two, The Beach Nut and Bye, Bye, Blackboard.