Bosko goes fishing next to a No Fishing sign. He feels sorry for the worm he's brought; instead he uses the letters on the sign to act as worms. He catches a fish, declares it cute and pets it. The fish spits at him and jumps back into the water. Meanwhile, the worm is not safe yet. A bird chases him; but he escapes into a hole. We're back to Bosko who finds two ladybugs dancing on stones next to a waterfall as a spider plays his web as a harp. A pelican rises up from the water to deposit four frogs next to Bosko. Bosko and the frogs sing and dance. The two ladybugs are mischievous; they use a wasp as an airplane, a flower as a propeller, and a beehive and tree branch as a machine gun. They shoot Bosko with bees, driving him away and into a water fountain. But the happy Bosko tips his hat to the audience to show he's all right.Written by
Two ladybugs ride a wasp as if it were an airplane and use a beehive and a tree branch as a makeshift machine gun. This machine gun disappears when the wasp flies into the camera, but reappears in the next shot. See more »
Under the Sweetheart Tree
Music by Sam H. Stept
Played when Bosko dances with the frogs See more »
Bosko goes fishing. Since he cannot bring himself to let a worm give up his life, he ventures away from the swimming hole. He encounters numerous creatures. He sings and dances with them. Eventually, however, a couple bees decide to make life miserable for him. Nothing very interesting about this one. Mostly, it shows how, given the chance and the wherewithal, wild creatures could go on the stage.
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