Bosko the Musketeer (1933)

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16 September 1933 (USA)  »

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Crosby, Columbo and Vallee
Music by Joseph A. Burke
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Sung with substitute lyrics by the Three Musketeers and Bosko
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Bosko the Musketeer is a highly amusing musical cartoon short
8 June 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Since the previous reviewer mentioned many of the things I was going to describe, I'll just mention two things: 1) Before the sword fight starts, the swords are shaking hands. 2) The little mice all look like Mickey! Maybe not so surprising at all since Hugh Harmon and Rudolf Ising were previously animators for Walt Disney when he created Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (Oswald looked like the Famous Mouse with long ears and a fluffy tail). Another highly amusing early Warner Bros. Looney Tunes short with tuneful music and singing throughout though that tends to get repetitious after a while. Good thing when Tex Avery arrived several years later, gags would be more important than music. Still, highly worth a look for anyone interested in early Warner Bros. cartoons before the arrival of Porky, Daffy, and Bugs.

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