Buddy gets a new job in a book shop, but spends his work hours daydreaming about leading the Foreign Legion and fighting Amazons.

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Jack Carr ...
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Buddy gets a new job in a book shop, but spends his work hours daydreaming about leading the Foreign Legion and fighting Amazons.

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6 April 1935 (USA)  »

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The camel that says "Don't never do that!" is borrowing a catchphrase from the comedian Joe Penner. Later, it imitates Greta Garbo when it says, "I'm so tired." See more »

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Buddy: Ahem! I'm your boy.
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Music by Harry Ruby
Played at the beginning when Buddy gets the job
Also played when Buddy is awakened and tossed out
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Buddy of the Legion is another bland effort of a cartoon starring Buddy
28 February 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Here's another cartoon starring Warner's blandest character: Buddy. In this one, Buddy gets hired to take care of a bookstore while the heavyset female boss leaves temporarily. When he looks at a book about the Foreign Legion, Buddy dreams he's there...Despite some good animation provided by Bob Clampett and Chuck Jones, this animated short feels rushed because of the limited running time of six minutes that doesn't serve whatever story you half expect when Buddy dreams of adventure while sleeping. And the time spent having the boy dusting in the bookstore isn't all that amusing. So on that note, I'd only recommend Buddy of the Legion if you're a Warner Bros. cartoon completist.


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