Big Man From the North (1931)
Big Man From the North
Bosko, an officer of the mounted police, gets assigned the job of bringing in a wanted criminal. He must face the harsh winter weather to bring him in. Traveling to the local saloon in search of the criminal, he starts playing the piano, which ends up seeming like a much better idea to him. However, he soon gets back hot on the trail.
In this pre-Code cartoon, the criminal gets a sword up his behind (ouch!) and ends up running out of the saloon buck-naked.
Snow is depicted 'falling' from the background of the opening titles.
~'Chinnin' and 'Chattin' with May, music by Seymour Simons, Performed by Bosko and Honey; Looking for the Lovelight in the Dark, music by Joseph Burke, Performed by Honey.