Here's a unique cartoon. It's an early Frank Moser effort from the Bray Studio and seems to be the only survivor of the "Adventures of Bud and Susie" series.
Bud (the toddler) and Susie (his slightly older sister) watch a man pulling taffy and decide to make their own at home. While their parents watch, they make a mess. It's clearly intended to be sweet rather than funny.
What is of technical interest is the rather elaborate background work, undoubtedly an early flowering of cel technique, and the family cat. It's the same cat that appeared in all those Aesop's Fables cartoons that Terry did for van Beuren and which he carried into his own studio.
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