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It's time to celebrate, Bosko fans! Rare Bosko cartoons are here at last in this collection of 13 fun-filled, uncensored, pre-code cartoons by animation pioneers Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising. Bosko, created by Harman and Ising in the late 1920s, became the Leon Schlesinger animation studio's first cartoon star, rivaling Walt Disney's Mickey in popularity at the time. He paved the way for more legendary characters like Porky, Daffy, and Bugs. Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid (May 1929) Sinkin' in the Bathtub (April 1930) Congo Jazz (August 1930) Hold Anything (November 1930) The Booze Hangs High (December 1930) Box Car Blues (December 1930) Big Man from the North (February 1931) Ain't Nature Grand! (March 1931) Ups 'N Downs (April 1931) Dumb Patrol (May 1931) Yodeling Yokels (June 1931) Bosko's Holiday (July 1931) The Tree's Knees (August 1931)