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Buddy the Woodsman (1934)

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A musical number with Buddy in the role of a woodsman. Goes through a lumberjack's days chopping down trees. A bear raids the lumberjacks while having pasta as Buddy and Cookie have to dispose of him.

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Jack Carr ...
Buddy (voice) (uncredited)
Bernice Hansen ...
Cookie (voice) (uncredited)
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A musical number with Buddy in the role of a woodsman. Goes through a lumberjack's days chopping down trees. A bear raids the lumberjacks while having pasta as Buddy and Cookie have to dispose of him.

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20 October 1934 (USA)  »

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The Bear Went over the Mountain
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Traditional; performed by The King's Men.
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Buddy the Woodsman is another cartoon featuring the blandest Warner Bros. character
28 February 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Another Leon Schlesinger/Looney Tunes cartoon starring the blandest Warner Bros. character: Buddy. This time, he's the foreman of the woodsmen in the forest as we're treated to various chopping gags of them all chopping trees. Then there's dinner in the cabin as Buddy plays the piano and Cookie (blonde this time) dances. The song featured is "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" which is sung to the tune of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" as a bear causes havoc over the entire celebration. As you can read by my synopsis, there isn't really a plot in this six-minute filler, just a bunch of gags before calling it a short. But since the animation flows smoothly and there is some amusements, I'd recommend Buddy the Woodsman for a one-time viewing.


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