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This MGM "Happy Harmonies" entry stars Bosko. He falls asleep at a sign promoting Mother Goose bread, and Mother Goose characters come to life.

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Billy Bletcher ...
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Honey (voice) (uncredited)
Carman Maxwell ...
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This MGM "Happy Harmonies" entry stars Bosko. He falls asleep at a sign promoting Mother Goose bread, and Mother Goose characters come to life.

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19 January 1935 (USA)  »

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(RCA Victor High Fidelity Sound System)

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(Cinecolor)

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1.37 : 1
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22 August 2005 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Bosko is given the MGM treatment, which means color .... not Technicolar, but Cinecolor, and not used to any particularly good effect. Harman & Ising appear to have been overwhelmed by a slightly better budget and had no clear idea of what to do with it, except to produce a New Deal sort of movie in which Bosko incites all the characters out of Mother Goose -- who are now penniless -- to go work on the farm, which they do to great success -- nice work if you're a cartoon character, I suppose. It's given a dream-sequence framework which renders it doubly meaningless.

The following year MGM sprang for three-strip Technicolor and, although the stories did not improve until the much-hated Fred Quimby became MGM's cartoon producer and hired people who knew how to make funny cartoons, the pictures became more interesting.


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