Hold Anything is a 1930 animated short film from the Looney Tunes series. It is the weakest entry this far.
The reason why this one is weaker than all of the previous entries is simple – it is very derivative. It basically repeats plot points previously seen in ‘Sinkin’ in the Bathtub‘, but with slight changes. You once again have Bosko coming to visit Honey at her workplace and you again have him interacting with a goat. It is unfortunate that it is that much of a derivative short.
But it still has its moments. The scene with the goat is memorable for the floating moment and again the film utilizes music very well into the storyline. I continue to like Honey and Bosko and both are fun characters which is seen once again here, but I do wish that they get something more interesting to do in later installments.
Hold Anything has its good moments and the characters themselves are once again fun, but the plot is derivative in too many sequences.