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This DVD collects some of Harman and Ising's fun-filled, musical films from the early 1930s: Bosko Shipwrecked! (September 1931) Bosko the Doughboy (October 1931) You Don't Know What You're Doin'! (October 1931) Bosko's Soda Fountain (November 1931) Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land (November 1931) Bosko's Fox Hunt (December 1931) Red-Headed Baby (December 1931) Bosko at the Zoo (January 1932) Pagan Moon (January 1932) Battling Bosko (February 1932) Freddy the Freshman (February 1932) Big-Hearted Bosko (March 1932) Crosby, Columbo, and Vallee (March 1932) Bosko's Party (April 1932) Goopy Geer (April 1932)
This DVD collects some of Harman and Ising's fun-filled, musical films from the early 1930s: Bosko Shipwrecked! (September 1931) Bosko the Doughboy (October 1931) You Don't Know What You're Doin'! (October 1931) Bosko's Soda Fountain (November 1931) Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land (November 1931) Bosko's Fox Hunt (December 1931) Red-Headed Baby (December 1931) Bosko at the Zoo (January 1932) Pagan Moon (January 1932) Battling Bosko (February 1932) Freddy the Freshman (February 1932) Big-Hearted Bosko (March 1932) Crosby, Columbo, and Vallee (March 1932) Bosko's Party (April 1932) Goopy Geer (April 1932)
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Hugh Harman & Rudolf Ising's Uncensored 1930s 2
Artist: Hugh Harman & Rudolf Ising's Uncensored 1930s 2
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This DVD collects some of Harman and Ising's fun-filled, musical films from the early 1930s: Bosko Shipwrecked! (September 1931) Bosko the Doughboy (October 1931) You Don't Know What You're Doin'! (October 1931) Bosko's Soda Fountain (November 1931) Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land (November 1931) Bosko's Fox Hunt (December 1931) Red-Headed Baby (December 1931) Bosko at the Zoo (January 1932) Pagan Moon (January 1932) Battling Bosko (February 1932) Freddy the Freshman (February 1932) Big-Hearted Bosko (March 1932) Crosby, Columbo, and Vallee (March 1932) Bosko's Party (April 1932) Goopy Geer (April 1932)

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