Big-Hearted Bosko is a 1932 animated short film from the Looney Tunes series. It is one of the better Looney Tunes thus far.
Bosko and Bruno are playing on ice. The dog falls into water and Bosko mourns him only to find out that he is still alive. That is the first part of this short and to me the better one as I loved the interaction between the two and it was so fun and endearing.
But the second half isn’t that great. They find a baby and try to sing and play instruments in order for it to shut up and go to sleep. This set-up I’ve seen a lot before in cartoons and it is overdone for sure. It has its moments, but it could have been better developed and the ending is forgettable.
Big-Hearted Bosko is an uneven short with a great first half and a typical second one.