Dumb Patrol (1931 short)

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This article is about the 1931 cartoon. For the 1964 cartoon of the same name, see Dumb Patrol (1964 short).


Dumb Patrol is a 1931 Looney Tunes short starring Bosko.

Plot[edit]

Bosko is in his plane and a fearsome beast in his awesome, cannon-hauling machine are in a dogfight, and Bosko ends up losing. His plane is destroyed right in mid-air, but Bosko's fall is saved by the keys of a piano. Bombs have destroyed most of the house that is surrounding the piano, but the instrument remains untouched. Bosko meets Honey, a French girl who just so happens to be skipping by. His piano playing impresses her, but the fearsome beast interrupts his performance by throwing a bomb on him. This time Bosko uses a dachshund for an airplane by having its head spin around like a propeller. Now, holding a homemade machine gun and the pickets from a picket fence for bullets, there's no way Bosko can lose. thumb|300px|right|Me Don't Own This!









Cast[edit]

  • Directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolph Ising
  • Drawn by Isadore"Friz" Freleng and Carman"Max" Maxwell
  • Music by Frank Marsales