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Beau Bosko
Bosko is a soldier in the Foreign Legion out to capture the desert scourge, Ali Oop

Bosko in Dutch
Bosko and Honey get in and out of trouble. Just like usual, only this time in Holland. You can tell because every building has a windmill

Bosko in Person
Bosko and Honey perform a wacky stage act that includes doing imitations of Maurice Chevalier, Greta Garbo and 'Jimmy Durante'.

Bosko the Musketeer
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

Bosko the Sheep-Herder
While Bosko is minding a flock of sheep, he finds himself tempted to use them as musical instruments. Bosko also frolics along, then converts a beehive into bagpipes. Then a wolf decides to dress as a sheep and steal a lamb.

Bosko the Speed King
There are lots of races with old cars. Bosko (in Car #13) is out to beat them all.

Bosko's Knight-Mare
Bosko dreams of being a knight and coming to the rescue of his girlfriend

Bosko's Mechanical Man
Bosko creates a robot. The only problem is that his creation goes mad wreaking havoc

Bosko's Picture Show
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

Buddy's Beer Garden
We enter Buddy's beer garden, where are gathered many merry patrons, singing "Oh du lieber Augustin", mugs in hand.

Buddy's Day Out
First appearance of Buddy, originally designed as Bosko's replacement when he moved to MGM

Buddy's Show Boat
Buddy is a captain who puts on a show, that delights audiences, but gets them in trouble, eventually leading to a walrus saving the day.

Busdriver Buddy
The last cartoon before Buddy leaves the Warners forever, that poor guy can take anymore head crushes

Cave Girl Slappy
This may be the debut of Slappy Squirrel in WB, according with her stories

Flies in the Ointment
Faces, butts and flypaper, there's nothing much to say about that surreal episode

I Like Mountain Music
The magazines and books in a drugstore come to life and sing the title song, among others. Some celebrities shown: Will Rogers, Sonja Henie, Kay Kyser

I've Got to Sing a Torch Song
A series of celebrity sketches set at a radio station. Some unorthodox calisthenics (including corset tightening, cradle rocking, and stock ticker reading) start the action.

One Step Ahead of My Shadow
Several Chinese residents play music. A dragon frees himself from a cage and goes after them, but fireworks are shoved down the dragon's throat. This causes him to explode and turn into a walking dragon skeleton.

Shuffle Off to Buffalo
Baby central. A flock of storks is leaving with babies. An old man at a ledger book is dealing with phone calls and letters then the babies start to sing songs

Shuffle Off to Buffalo
Baby central. A flock of storks is leaving with babies. An old man at a ledger book is dealing with phone calls and letters then the babies start to sing songs

Sittin' on a Backyard Fence
Sex seems to be on the minds of the animals on a backyard fence: the alley cats following a solitary female who may be in heat (yeah right... that's the plot)

The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon
Dishes and utensils wash, dry, and stack themselves. So the spoon proposes to the dish!

The Organ Grinder
An organ grinder and his monkey make their way down a New York streetscape. The monkey climbs up several stories to get tips from a couple of women.

The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives
Christmas Eve. A poor orphan boy trudges through the snow, pathetically. He finally arrives at his miserable cabin. While he is crying, Santa arrives and, singing the title song, offers to take the boy to his workshop.

Wake Up the Gypsy in Me
Rice-Pudding the Mad Monk tries to force his affections on a Gypsy girl whom he ordered his Cossack chieftain to capture for him.

We're in the Money
After the last human has left the department store, the toys walk over to the music department where they start performing the Warren/Dubin song "We're in the money"

Young and Healthy
A jolly old king, bored with all the foolish people in his court, goes off to find a group of children playing who are really young and healthy.