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Bosko: Quiz

  

Question 1: At present, all the Bosko cartoons still under copyright are owned by ________, as are the original film elements of those cartoons that have fallen into the public domain.
Warner Bros.Midway GamesTed TurnerTime Warner

Question 2: The two found work with ________ where they launched the Happy Harmonies cartoon series.
Metro-Goldwyn-MayerWarner Bros.Academy Award for Best PictureUnited Artists

Question 3: In his book, Of Mice and Magic, ________ states that this early version of Bosko "was in fact a cartoonized version of a young black boy...
Mecha-StreisandLeonard MaltinBarbra StreisandThe Simpsons

Question 4: In an even briefer cameo, Bosko is seen in a portrait in the 1996 movie ________, this time in his original form.
Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes ChristmasTweety's High-Flying AdventureSpace JamWho Framed Roger Rabbit

Question 5: Having learned from Walt Disney's experiences with ________, they had carefully kept all rights to the Bosko character, and they took him with them.
Oswald the Lucky RabbitPete (Disney character)Donald DuckMickey Mouse

Question 6: In keeping with the ________ of the minstrel shows, Bosko is a natural at singing, dancing, and playing any instrument he encounters.
Ethnic cleansingAntisemitismRacismStereotype

Question 7: Bosko was the first recurring character in Leon Schlesinger's cartoon series, and was the star of over three dozen Looney Tunes shorts released by ________
Warner Bros. AnimationWarner Bros.Warner Bros. TelevisionTurner Entertainment

Question 8: Bosko is an ________ cartoon character created by animators Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising.
Animated cartoonStop motionAnimationTraditional animation

Question 9: After leaving Walt Disney in the spring of 1928, Harman and Ising went to work for Charles Mintz on Universal's second-season ________ cartoons.
Mickey MousePete (Disney character)Donald DuckOswald the Lucky Rabbit

Question 10: Although Harman and Ising based Bosko's looks on ________, Bosko, like Mickey, got his personality from the blackface characters of the minstrel and vaudeville shows popular in the 1930s.
Phantom (comics)Felix the CatBetty BoopKrazy Kat
















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