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Directors: Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising
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Family | Musical | Animation
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A mannequin in the city dump improvises a piano from the junk to play and sing the title song The various animals and pieces of junk all join in.

Director: Rudolf Ising
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Bosko's Woodland Daze is slightly less entertaining than other Boskos
11 June 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This Bosko short meanders a little more than usual compared to many of the other shorts in the series as it begins with him and his dog Bruno playing Hide and Seek. Bosko then dreams he's with elves along with a giant and a giant piano that he easily plays with his hands and feet! There's also some princesses in flowers that sings some chorus lines and some other musical interludes before Bruno wakes up his master and the short ends. Not as entertaining as many others but still worth it for the animation and some of the climax. Wish YouTube had presented a better print. As Bosko says at the end with a dog (early Bruno?) barking, "That's all, folks!"


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