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1933 was a rather significant year in Looney Tunes history.

History

  • Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising end their ties with Leon Schlesinger. They stop producing Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies and take Bosko with them. His final Warner Bros. cartoons are released this year. He later appears in MGM's Happy Harmonies cartoons.

Theatrical Shorts

  1. Music note "The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives", January 13
  2. Lt icon "Bosko in Dutch", January 27
  3. Music note "One Step Ahead of My Shadow", February 17
  4. Lt icon "Bosko in Person", February 24
  5. Music note "Young and Healthy", April 14
  6. Lt icon "Bosko the Speed King", April 14
  7. Music note "The Organ Grinder", April 28
  8. Lt icon "Bosko's Knight-Mare", May 5
  9. Music note "Wake Up the Gypsy in Me", May 19
  10. Lt icon "Bosko the Sheep-Herder", May 19
  11. Music note "I Like Mountain Music", June 23
  12. Lt icon "Beau Bosko", June 30
  13. Music note "Shuffle Off to Buffalo", August 25
  14. Lt icon "Bosko's Mechanical Man", September 8
  15. Music note "The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon", September 15
  16. Lt icon "Bosko the Musketeer", September 15
  17. Lt icon "Bosko's Picture Show", September 29
  18. Music note "We're in the Money", September 29
  19. Lt icon "Buddy's Day Out", October 20
  20. Music note "I've Got to Sing a Torch Song", October 20
  21. Lt icon "Buddy's Beer Garden", November 17
  22. Lt icon "Buddy's Show Boat", December 8
  23. Music note "Sittin' on a Backyard Fence", December 15


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