Total Credits at Criticker: 1 (Actor), 58 (Director), 2 (Writer)
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Good Wrinkles (1951) - Short Film
Sunny-sweet the prune shows us how prunes are made from certain kinds of plums, why they're so good for you, and, in live action, some recipes made with prunes. As a subplot, he also explains why California prunes are better than those from the Pacific Northwest and other areas. (Of course, Sunny may be a bit biased, since this film was sponsored by a California organization of prune growers). (imdb)
The Littlest Angel (1950) - Short Film
First and little-known film version of the classic story, an animated short by Coronet Films.
This cartoon focuses on Snafu's brother, Tarfu. It shows the basics of the Navy. The conditions and uniforms of it too. (imdb comments)
Easy Does It (1946) - Short Film
Pop's grocery store is about to be shut down. The banker promises not to foreclose if Pop's daughter will marry him. The grocery store clerk, who is in love with Pop's daughter, is visited by a little creature named Easy - who whisks the clerk back in time via a spaceship in order to show him the glories of Stokely Van Camp canned foods. Returning to the store, the clerk promptly stocks the shelves with Stokely products. The customers return and the store is saved.
Johnny Learns His Manners (1946) - Short Film
An ill-mannered, selfish and untidy little boy is turned into a pig until his "good self" conquers his "bad self."
Winky The Watchman (1945) - Short Film
A dentist explains to a group of schoolchildren about the continuous battle going on inside out months between "good" blobs that are trying to protect our teeth and "bad" blobs that are trying to fill them full of cavities.
Tour of the modern interurban trolley system of San Francisco's East Bay and over the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Predicts the bright postwar future of streetcar transit, with visionary images of advanced-design railcars.
Abdul the Bulbul Ameer (1941) - Short Film
The familiar song is adapted into a cartoon short. Abdul The Bulbul-Ameer, a rotund Arab, gets into a brawl with Ivan Skavinski Scavar, a preening Russian Cossack, over an offense to Abdul's pride. Groucho Marx and a newsreel crew provide running commentary as the pair pummel each other and the surrounding square. (imdb)
A Rainy Day with the Bear Family (1940) - Short Film
Mrs. Bear persuades her reluctant husband to fix the leaky roof. But the job proves larger than it first appeared, and the thunderstorm hits while he's on the roof, making it highly perilous as well, between the attacking lighting, the slippery roof, and the high winds.
Peace on Earth (1939) - Short Film
Two baby squirrels ask grandpa to explain what "men" are when he comes in singing "peace on earth, goodwill to men". Grandpa tells the story of man's last war. (imdb)
Pipe Dreams (1938) - Short Film
The hear/see/speak no evil monkeys come to life from a small statue on a shelf. They find a pipe and smoke it, and enter a world where all manner of smoking paraphernalia comes to life. (imdb)
Little Ol' Bosko and the Pirates (1937) - Short Film
Bosko going to Grandma's to bring her a bag of cookies. It also has him encountering some frogs meant to caricature some famous African-American musicians of the time who want those cookies as they sing and dance with Bosko in tune for them.
Circus Daze (1937) - Short Film
Bosko and Honey, at the circus.
Swing Wedding (1937) - Short Film
This film is very reminiscent of "Cabin In The Sky", in that you have a very sexy Ethel Waters about to be married to Stepin Fetchit. Fetchit's friends Louis Armstrong and Fats Waller are trying to get him to the church on time, but Stephin isn't in any hurry to get hitched. (imdb comments)
The Old House (1936) - Short Film
A Bosko color cartoon in a haunted house.
Hey, Hey Fever (1935) - Short Film
This MGM "Happy Harmonies" entry stars Bosko. He falls asleep at a sign promoting Mother Goose bread, and Mother Goose characters come to life. (imdb)
Run, Sheep, Run (1935) - Short Film
A Happy Harmonies cartoon with Bosko.
Tale of the Vienna Woods (1934) - Short Film
The delightfully animated adventure of a faun and a satyr who is only animate during daylight. (imdb)
Cubby's World Flight (1933) - Short Film
A Van Beuren "Aesop Fable" cartoon featuring Cubby Bear.
Bosko in Person (1933) - Short Film
Bosko and Honey perform a wacky stage act that includes doing imitations of Maurice Chevalier, Greta Garbo and Jimmy Durante. (imdb)
Bosko's Picture Show (1933) - Short Film
Bosko runs a movie theater that shows a wacky newsreel with Jack Dumpsey, a slapstick short from Haurel and Lardy, and a turn-of-the-century melodrama starring Honey. (imdb)
Beau Bosko (1933) - Short Film
Bosko is a soldier in the Foreign Legion out to capture the desert scourge, Ali Oop. (imdb)
Bosko the Sheep-Herder (1933) - Short Film
For the first three minutes or so of this one, Bosko doesn't really have much to do and is only seen briefly playing a musical instrument. Instead, the bulk of the time is spent following a lamb and its interactions with a couple of insects. (imdb comments)
Bosko's Knight-Mare (1933) - Short Film
Bosko, after reading a book about medieval knighthood, falls asleep and has a nightmare where Honey, his girlfriend, in the role of a princess, gets captured. Bosko finds the villain, and wakes up in the midst of fighting him and destroys his knight replica. (imdb)
Bosko the Musketeer (1933) - Short Film
Bosko and Bruno go to Honey's house where she shows him a picture of the Three Musketeers. Bosko tells her a story of himself as a Musketeer and Honey as a dancing girl. He fights a villain with swords over Honey and wins. The real Honey finds the story hard to believe. (Big Cartoon Database)
Bosko the Speed King (1933) - Short Film
Bosko enters a road race.
Bosko in Dutch (1933) - Short Film
If you've seen many Bosko shorts,you'll recognize quite a bit that's familiar here in this one, for all that it's set in Holland. With a few obvious changes (the buildings-even down to an out-house!) are windmills and the shoes are either ice skates or clogs, this is basically Bosko gone Dutch. He and Honey still dance (in clogs) and they still sing. (imdb comments)
Bosko's Mechanical Man (1933) - Short Film
Bosko creates a robot. The only problem is that his creation goes mad wreaking havoc. (imdb)
Bosko at the Zoo (1932) - Short Film
Bosko and Honey go to the zoo. Honey is frightened by the lion, but Bosko is the one who ends up in danger. (imdb)
Big-Hearted Bosko (1932) - Short Film
While ice-skating on a frozen pond, Bosko and his dog discover a baby abandoned in the snow. (imdb)
Bosko's Party (1932) - Short Film
Bosko and friends give Honey a surprise birthday party. (imdb)
Bosko and Bruno (1932) - Short Film
Bosko and Bruno escape from a speeding train via a handcar; make a failed attempt to steal a chicken; and end up on a runaway boxcar. (imdb)
Bosko and Honey (1932) - Short Film
Honey tries to teach the violin to an unwilling kitten. Later, she and Bosko go off on a bicycle ride. (imdb)
Battling Bosko (1932) - Short Film
Bosko is a brave little boxer who battles the champion, Gas House Harry. The enormous brute proves a bit much, even for a plucky underdog. (imdb)
Ride Him, Bosko! (1932) - Short Film
Ride Him, Bosko! is a western-flavored cartoon with lots of shooting gags involving body reduction, and card characters singing! There's also an alcohol gag that has a really strong one turning a male piano player into a woman instantly! (imdb comments)
Goopy Geer (1932) - Short Film
Goopy, a dog of no particular personality, but a crackerjack piano player, plays several songs on the stage of a nightclub. We spend a fair amount of time watching the patrons and staff of the nightclub. (imdb)
Bosko's Dog Race (1932) - Short Film
Bosco and Bruno take part in dog race.
Bosko's Store (1932) - Short Film
Shopkeeper Bosko takes care of business. (bosko.toonzone.net)
Bosko the Lumberjack (1932) - Short Film
Bosko and his friends are cutting down trees in a forest. He battles a burly woodsman named Pierre who has gone off and kidnapped his beloved Honey. (bcdb.com)
Bosko the Drawback (1932) - Short Film
Bosko is the star player in a wacky game of professional football. (imdb)
Bosko's Dizzy Date (1932) - Short Film
Bosko's girlfriend Honey tries to teach Wilber to play the violin. Bosko does the old soft shoe. Of course, Bruno eventually gets into the act, too. This musical tale has plenty of action, involving chickens, cows, and even a pesky stray bolt of lightning. (www.bcdb.com)
Bosko the Doughboy (1931) - Short Film
Bosko is a doughboy in the Great War. (imdb)
Ain't Nature Grand! (1931) - Short Film
Bosko fishes, and sings and dances with frogs. But two ladybugs use a wasp as an airplane, and a beehive and tree branch as a machine gun to drive him away. (imdb)
Bosko's Holiday (1931) - Short Film
Bosko and Honey go on a picnic that ends badly. (imdb)
Bosko Shipwrecked! (1931) - Short Film
Bosko is shipwrecked on an island where he is chased by a lion and pursued by simian cannibals. (imdb)
Big Man from the North (1931) - Short Film
Bosko is a Mountie; his sergeant demands he get his man. (imdb)
Ups 'n Downs (1931) - Short Film
Bosko runs a hot dog stand at an amusement park; but he sneaks away to the racetrack to ride his mechanical horse. (imdb)
Dumb Patrol (1931) - Short Film
During the Great War, Bosko and a fearsome beast are in a dogfight. Bosko loses, but that's only the first battle. (imdb)
Yodeling Yokels (1931) - Short Film
Bosko and Honey yodel happily in the Alps until a series of disasters end with Honey rushing downriver on an ice floe. (imdb)
The Tree's Knees (1931) - Short Film
Bosko the woodsman spurns cutting down trees and plays music instead. The trees and animals dance and make their own music. (imdb)
Bosko's Fox Hunt (1931) - Short Film
Bosko joins a wacky fox hunt. But if the hunt worries anyone, it isn't the fox. (imdb)
The Booze Hangs High (1930) - Short Film
Bosko has a grand time on the farm, dancing with a cow, playing a horse's tail like a violin and getting drunk with three pigs.
Sinkin' in the Bathtub (1930) - Short Film
The music-happy Bosko and Honey take a car ride, but bad luck briefly interrupts their fun
Congo Jazz (1930) - Short Film
Bosko hunts in the jungle, but ends up playing music with the animals. (imdb)
Hold Anything (1930) - Short Film
Bosko is a construction worker who impresses Honey by making music from everything in sight, including a decapitated mouse, a typewriter and a goat filled with hot air. (imdb)
Box Car Blues (1930) - Short Film
Bosko and his porcine friend are hobos in a runaway boxcar. (imdb)
Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid (1929) - Short Film
A cartoonist draws Bosko, who promptly comes to life.
Sick Cylinders (1929) - Short Film
Oswald wants to take his girl Kitty for a ride, but constant mishaps such as a pesky pooch and falling boulders prevent the time from being the least bit enjoyable. In the end, Oswald loses his girl to another character and in anger, kicks his car in the rear repeatedly. (bcdb.com)