Supervision by - Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising
Drawn by - Rollin Hamilton,
Musical Score by - Frank Marsales
Bosko and Honey yodel
their way through an icy adventure.
Bosko is skipping
through the mountains yodeling and playing his accordion. A snow-covered
tree comes to life and yodels back. Two Mickey-like bears play leap frog,
and a family of goats hop by, also yodeling. Bosko yodels at an owl who
replies with a loud raspberry, so Bosko takes out a gun and shoots the
owl, leaving it featherless. Bosko continues yodeling, and is answered
by Honey, who leans out of her window and yodels back. A cat pops out
of Honey's underwear on a clothesline and joins in the ubiquitous yodeling.
As Honey runs down a seemingly endless series of stairs, a mouse comes
out from a hole and begins wandering through the house. Bosko leaps off
a cliff and slides down a tree, dragging his bottom over limbs and branches,
heading towards the ground where Honey is waiting. Bosko lands on a pair
of skis and begins to move forward, taking Honey along with him. When
the skis hit a rock, Honey flies off and begins rolling into a snowball,
until she too hits a rock and goes off into the air, landing into an icy
river. Bosko continues speeding downhill trying to avoid the many trees
in his path. Meanwhile, back at Honey's house, the mouse begins playing
golf with a stick of macaroni and Swiss cheese. Bosko is stopped by a
rock and runs to a first aid station, where a St. Bernard follows him
to Honey's rescue. Bosko and the dog reach Honey just as she is about
to go over a waterfall. Bosko extends the dog's teeth across the river,
and safely brings Honey to shore. Bosko and Honey smooch, while back in
the house the mouse finally sinks his put.
- The owl appears
to speak backwards German after he is shot by Bosko.
Bosko, Vol. 1
Bosko, Volume 1