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Bosko (voice) (uncredited)


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17 December 1932 (USA)  »

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Though this animated short might not be much to look at . . .
20 January 2017 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

. . . at first glance, those "in the know" will see it as another valiant effort on the part of Warner Bros.' psychic prognosticating Looney Tunes Division to warn We Americans of the Far (to them) Future of our upcoming Calamities, Catastrophes, Cataclysms, and Apocalypti. BOSKO'S WOODLAND DAZE begins with the title character skipping blithely through the woods of Big Medicine, without a care in the world, confident that his ObamaCare and\or Expanded Medicaid coverage will cover any snake bite, critter mauling, or poison ivy attack that might emanate from the trees and bushes of Job-Killing Corrupt Corporate Capitalism. Bosko is so over-confident in his well-being that he plays hide-and-seek with his playful Russian Mutt, Bruno (obviously symbolizing America's incoming Czar, Vlad "Mad Dog" Putin). When it's Bruno's turn to be "it," he gets distracted by a nose-chomping turtle (Hillary). Meanwhile, 15 white-bearded gnomes and an equally flat female siren (the losing Red Commie KGB Party Presidential Candidates, including Carly) lull Bosko into accepting his eventual plunge into the deep chasm of Topsy Turvy America. There, a giant goon (the "Jekyll" side of the two-faced Putin) slathers Bosko with mustard, indicating that he's no longer covered by ObamaCare, but by the same sort of PutinCare the Syrians of Aleppo have enjoyed in recent weeks.

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