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Bosko's Store
Directed By: Hugh Harman (uncredited)
Produced By: Hugh Harman
Rudolf Ising
Leon Schlesinger (associate producer)
Released: August 13, 1932
Series: Looney Tunes
Animation: Isadore Freleng
Bob McKimson
Film Editor: Bernard B. Brown (uncredited)
Voiced By: Johnny Murray (uncredited)
Rochelle Hudson (uncredited)
Music: Frank Marsales
Starring: Bosko
Preceded By: I Love a Parade
Succeeded By: Bosko the Lumberjack
Looney Tunes - Bosko's Store (1932)

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Bosko's Store is a 1932 Looney Tunes short directed by Hugh Harman.


Bosko owns his own store. He gets a call from a customer asking for Bologna. He grabs a piece, holds it up to the phone, and asks the customer how it will do. The customer says "Okay". He then goes over to his slicer and starts cutting. A dachshund enters his store and eats all of the pieces of the bologna, turning himself into an accordion. Bosko catches the dog, and chases him only to see the dog get sliced like bolgna by a fan, reassembling himself on the other side. Bosko laughs as the dog escapes the store. Bosko is dusting, and dancing until he hears that the eggs are chirping and the bologna is barking as he uses the duster on them. When he dusts the life-size stand of a women she comes to life, and whacks him. Bosko is interrupted by a crank call coming from a mouse. After that bosko starts sweeping the front porch and dances with the broom, placing his hand on a particularly shapely curve. Amazingly a hand comes out of the broom and moves Bosko's hand to a more appropriate position. Bosko is then visited by Honey and Wilber. He greets them. Honey asks Bosko if they'd like to dance, and Bosko drops a nickel into a player piano and the two dance. Wilber goes outside and starts eating bananas that are hanging. Bosko confronts him, and Wilber responds by shooting a banana in Bosko's face. Bosko falls back into the store and stumbles into a hanging basket, being sent flying across the room thanks to Wilber. Bosko hits a wall and he falls out. He is then knocked next to a cash register and a barrel of molasses falls on him. When he attempts to get up, he finds that all of the molasses has made him sticky. Wilber accidently falls into the meat grinder, and he emerges as several different little versions of himself, that all reconstruct themselves. Bosko takes his shoes up and runs after Wilber, who jumps onto a rolling ladder and starts throwing cans on him. Wilber then grabs the end of a spool of barbed wire, runs between Bosko's legs, and keeps running so every barb scratches a sensitive area. Bosko screams in pain and pats his butt as the iris closes.

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