The Booze Hangs High
Farm boy Bosko is so full of life that he cannot help but sing, dance and laugh with the farm animals, including a drunken pig!
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The music used in this cartoon comes from Oscar Hammerstein's "The Song Of The Flame," filmed by Warners in 1930. One of the songs in that musical is "The Goose Hangs High"- hence the title of... (more)
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Drunk Piggies and Bosko!
|Comments By: constiffs|
Bosko is now a farmer and goes through all kinds of shenanigans but the most memorable part of his fourth film is the sequence with the drunk piglets and their "mother". Probably seen as controversial for children today, it is a staple of animation... (read more)
1 of 3 people found this comment useful
|Comments By: damfine|
This is one of the nastiest, most disgusting cartoons of Bosko ever made. Pretty much every frame of this cartoon would have a hard time passing any censors now. This is one of the reasons that this cartoon is... (read more)
2 of 5 people found this comment useful
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