Buzz may refer to:
Other articles related to "buzz":
... Buzz! Brain of.. ... is the eighth title in the Buzz! series of quiz video games ... The questions in Buzz! Brain of the UK are specifically about UK general knowledge ...
... Buzz (airline), a discount airline formerly operating in Europe Buzz cut, American name for a type of haircut in which the hair is sheared very ... Air Force aircraft after World War II Buzz (dinghy), a sailing dinghy Salt Lake Buzz, former name of the Salt Lake Bees minor league baseball team Marketing buzz, a term used in word of mouth marketing Buzz Cola, a ...
... Dal McKennon provided any dialogue for Buzz Buzzard, albeit off-screen (he says the brief line, "No got wampum!", in an unusually deep voice) ... It is the first line of dialogue Buzz spoke since McKennon took over the role from original actor Lionel Stander (who was forced from the role in 1951 when he was blacklisted) ...
... We discover Woody Woodpecker in the barber's chair reading a magazine, with Indian barber Buzz Buzzard stropping the blade of a tomahawk ... Buzz tests the blade's sharpness by dropping a feather, which lands on the blade and slowly splits into two parts, each part floating in the air ... Buzz trims the feathers on Woody's head, then, with "Feather Tonic," he gives Woody a vigorous scalp massage which, when finished, gives Woody's head ...
... Woody then drives the stagecoach and meets the real "Buzz Buzzard the Bandit" astride a horse ... Buzz forces Woody to drive to his hideout cottage ... Woody, again disguised as a woman, causes Buzz's heart to flutter as he hastens to put his house in order, dress in "full dress and silk hat," and get ready to welcome Woody ...
Famous quotes containing the word buzz:
“The dreary flies, lazy and casual,
Stick to the ceiling, buzz along the wall.
O heart, the spider shuffles from the mould
Weaving, between the pinks and grapes, his pall.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“... You can hear the small buzz saws whine, the big saw
Caterwaul to the hills around the village
As they both bite the wood. Its all our music.
One ought as a good villager to like it.
No doubt it has a sort of prosperous sound,
And its our life.
Yes, when its not our death.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“The buzz saw snarled and rattled in the yard
And made dust and dropped stove-length sticks of wood,
Sweet-scented stuff when the breeze drew across it.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)