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The Cow's Husband

The Cow's Husband

The Cow's Husband (1931) - Talkartoons Theatrical Cartoon Series The Cow's Husband

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  • Talkartoons Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Paramount Studios.
  • Cartoon Characters: Bimbo, Koko the Clown, El Toro, El Toro's Four Children, Trumpeter.
  • Originally Released in 1931.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

A bull sits in his cell crying like a condemned man. He is visited by his four sons but they give him little comfort as one says, "Mommy says she'll get us a new daddy." When the bull is released into the arena he meets a vain toreador. They do a sang and dance in which the toreador sings of his greatness and the bull enjoys lyrics that insult his enemy. Eventually, the toreador pulls out his sword, the bull gasps, the toreador strikes and there's a blackout. When the cartoon resumes the confused the toreador looks confused because the bull's detached, horned scalp is sticking out of the toreador's butt? The cartoon cuts to the bull. He's bald but happy and wearing a wreath where his horns used to be while the crowd carries him around the ring in triumph.

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