Tag Archives: Bosko

Hit the Beach (Part 2)
Animation Trails
July 7, 2021 posted by Charles Gardner

Hit the Beach (Part 2)

As one of literature’s most famous beach dwellers was Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Crusoe”, Hollywood animators had a field day adapting his exploits in cartoons.

The Tunes Were Still Looney
NEEDLE DROP NOTES
October 15, 2019 posted by James Parten

The Tunes Were Still Looney

The Bosko series of Looney Tunes was going on a pace. They have been popular with exhibitors, and they endeavored to plug songs by Warner Brothers’ publishing companies.

Bosko Gets Busy
NEEDLE DROP NOTES
July 30, 2019 posted by James Parten

Bosko Gets Busy

This time, we’ll discuss the other four early shorts released with the Warner shield and the Vitaphone pennant, again concentrating on musical highlights.

A Letter From Jack Zander
Christopher P. Lehman
April 23, 2016 posted by

A Letter From Jack Zander

This month’s posting is about Jack Zander, who had plenty to say about the African American characters he animated. He responded to my questions about his opinions of Bosko and the Tom & Jerry maid.