Buddy & Cookie's hot air balloon gets thrashed by a violent thunder storm and they ended up landing on foreign grounds. The town Buddy & Cookie are in is called "Sourtown". The residents ... See full summary »

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Billy Bletcher ...
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Jack Carr ...
Buddy (voice) (uncredited)
Bernice Hansen ...
Cookie (voice) (uncredited)
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Buddy & Cookie's hot air balloon gets thrashed by a violent thunder storm and they ended up landing on foreign grounds. The town Buddy & Cookie are in is called "Sourtown". The residents are always in a bad mood due to them drinking and eating sour products and due to the strict laws which outlaws laughter, dancing, singing, and jazz. Buddy doesn't take the laws seriously as he tries to play some jazz to lighten everyones mood. Unfortunately the king of Sourtown doesn't take law breakers likely. Written by J LeGault

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14 April 1934 (USA)  »

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Hey! Sailor
(1934) (uncredited)
Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Irving Kahal
Sung by Buddy to the three townsfolk
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Buddy's Adventure is that rarity: An entertaining Buddy cartoon!
28 February 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Here's something rare: An entertaining Buddy cartoon! In this one, Buddy and girlfriend Cookie are in a hot air balloon but they get forced to come down by some angry clouds with one of them being a rattlesnake. They land in Sourtown where there's no singing or dancing and especially no jazz music! When they meet the king, however, Buddy with his harmonica and Cookie with her steps changes his and everyone's mind...The animation here is really imaginative and the music, which seems to be written for this particular cartoon, is swell. And Buddy is surprisingly likable within the six minutes of this animated short. All I can say now is I highly recommend Buddy's Adventures. P.S. Was highly amused by the Laurel and Hardy caricatures at the start of the Sourtown sequence!


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