Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid is a 1929 live-action/animated short film produced to sell a series of Bosko cartoons

Why he rocks[edit | edit source]

  1. Great soundtrack like most cartoons at the time
  2. He was the first Looney Tunes character
  3. Good animation that would inspire future animations like Foxy. Also, he was animated by Rudy Ising, who used to animate for Walt Disney in 1920
  4. Good use of comedy like most other Warner Brothers Cartoons
  5. Interesting idea of a cartoon character interacting with real life
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