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[[Category:Alvin and the Chipmunks|Woodchuck, Woody]]

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Knockoff of Alvin and the Chipmunks with a Christian twist. Country music person Floyd Robinson, creator of similarly-styled Charlie the Hamster, later created and recorded an album as this singing rodent. While Charlie the Hamster albums came out on Zondervan, this album came out on well-known Christian label Word Records.

Robinson had some real chart successes in 1958 and 1959 with "Little Space Girl" and "Makin' Love."

Woody Woodchuck seems to be a completely different marmota monax than the more secular Woody the Woodchuck that recorded the Christmas Sing Song album on Premier Albums, Inc.


  • Woody Woodchuck Sings Bible Stories with Floyd Robinson. Word Wonder World Series K-738, 1976

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