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18 May 1935 (USA)  »

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The Three Stooges are caricatured as cannibals who try to cook Buddy in boiling water, before he is rescued by a friendly brontosaurus. See more »

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Buddy's Lost World was an okay cartoon starring the forgotten Buddy
28 February 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

In this Leon Schlesinger/Looney Tunes cartoon short, Buddy and his dog Bozo are sailing to the Lost World, you know, that world inhabited by cavemen and dinosaurs as first depicted by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in his novel of the same name. The animation is good and the cartoon moves at a brisk pace though after a while, nothing makes real sense and Buddy's bland personality isn't enough for this animated short's charm. Still, if you're a Warner Bros. cartoon completist, Buddy's Lost World is worth seeing at least once. By the way, the studio would go back to prehistoric times when Chuck Jones made Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur, which featured a caricatured Jack Benny, some four years later.


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