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A Hugh Harman-Rudolf Ising Production...
 featuring Bosko, Honey, Criminal.

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Bosko Stars in More Violent Early Short

Comments by: Rating: 8 out of 10 stars Posted: February 10, 2010

Now he's a mountie out for a bounty...

In the first of the Looney Tunes offerings for the year 1931, we find our hero Bosko now a part of the great white north mounties. After some amusing Chaplin-esque antics to open the short, Bosko is sent out after a wanted felon. Brandishing a gigantic "pop" gun, he pursues the villainous bandit (very closely related to Mickey Mouse's antagonist) to a saloon where much violence and comedy ensues. All this, of course, to a catchy musical score by Frank Marsales.
Amusing and entertaining, one of the better Bosko shorts of the time.
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