|Bosko's Dizzy Date|
Bosko's Dizzy Date (also known as Bosko and Honey) is a 1932 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Hugh Harman.
Honey is a music teacher, her pupil happens to be a kitten who hates the violin. No matter how much Honey tries, the kitten continues to play the violin terribly. She calls Bosko, who happens to be asleep. Bosko's dog Bruno attempts to wake him, only to fail. He answers the phone himself by knocking it down and answering it with a receiver. Honey asks Bruno to wake Bosko, so he attempts to do it again. He gets help from the phone, using it as a whistle and knocks the receiver down to the ground. Bosko finally wakes and tells Honey that he'll be over there as soon as he can. When he arrives, he and Honey start to sing and dance and play music. The kitten responds to this by dumping bathwater into Bosko's saxophone. Despite this Bosko continues to play even though bubble water is emerging from the bell. Honey dances right on the soap bubbles, descending from her balcony to the ground as she pops. Bosko and Honey decide to go for a bicycle ride, forgetting the kitten in the process.
- VHS - Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition, Vol. 6: Supporting Players (Bosko and Honey version)
- No one is quite sure why this short was issued under two names. It can be assumed that Bosko and Honey was a working title that somehow made it to print as well as the Bosko's Dizzy Date title.
- Bosko's Dizzy Date was ultimately the film released; Bosko and Honey was left unreleased.
- Despite the two being the same short film with very few differences, Bosko and Honey fell into the public domain, but not Bosko's Dizzy Date.