Image Entertainment is proud to present a cartoon treasure, Warner Brothers' very first--an most musical--cartoon star, Bosko! Created by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, Bosko made his debut in 1929 and retired from Warner Brothers in the summer of '33. These peppy musical shorts were also the first cartoons distributed by the legendary Leon Schlesinger. Animation fans can rejoice, Bosko lives on in the first of two DVD compilations mastered from the finest materials available. Long Live, Bosko! Includes: Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid, Congo Jazz, Big Man from the North, Ups 'N Downs, Yodeling Yokels, The Tree's Knees, Bosko the Doughboy, Bosko's Fox Hunt, Battling Bosko, Sinking in the Bathtub, Hold Anything, Box Car Blues, Ain't Nature Grand, Dumb Patrol.
Bosko is a great cartoon character, but the Warner Brothers Studio stopped making him in 1934. When Foxy and Roxy did the first Merrie
Melodie bosko had stopped being made,... Read more
The list of cartoons for the second volume of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection was recently announced, and it will include two black-and-white cartoons. Read morePublished on June 20 2004 by D
This is a must for any LOONEY collectors. It is great to have the old cartoons!Published on Nov. 13 2003
Warner Bros. has all the Bosko cartoons and won't let anybody show them on telivision! Why? Because they think Bosko is a offensive to black people! Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2003