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Bobby Bumps' Fourth July 8, 1917

Bobby and his dog, Fido, let off some fireworks and Fido gets into a fight with a foul-mouthed parrot.

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Bobby Bumps' Fight March 26, 1918

A tough wanders down the street, spits on a brick, splitting it and kicks Fido. His master, Bobby Bumps, demands to know what's going on and gets thrown out of the frame for his trouble. Determining on justice,…

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Bobby Bumps, Office Boy March 25, 1917

Bobby works at his father's office; there is some question of payment, however.

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Bobby Bumps and the Stork September 6, 1916

Silent cartoon. Like Max Fleischer's "Out Of The lnkwell" series, this film features various interactions between cartoon characters and a human hand.

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Restless young Bobby Bumps is forced by his dad to practice playing the piano. He astutely allows his pet dog to take over for him.

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Bobby Bumps Starts for School September 17, 1917

Mischievous schoolboy Bobby disobeys his teacher and swings on a dangerous giant school bell.

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Bobby Bumps Starts a Lodge September 27, 1916

Bobby Bumps invited his black neighbor to join his "lodge." But first he has to be initiated. The neighbor cleverly avoids getting rammed in the behind by Bobby's goat, but as he's running away, finds himself in…

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Based on the Buster Brown comic by R.F. Outcault.

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A black maid is sitting in the kitchen doing some chore or another (difficult to see what.) Bobby Bumps has hidden inside a box and is trying to get something from the larder without the maid seeing him. But she…

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One of the series of Bobby Bumps silent animated shorts made at Bray Studios.

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Animation featuring Bobby Bumps. A "Bray" Studios Production. Bobby tries to sneak his dog into the theatre. He gets past the woman at the kiosk but the commissionaire spots the dog in a mirror. The pooch licks…

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The dialog was presented into two different kinds of formats: in a comic-strip "balloons" and in "title cards." I liked the former more, because it's almost like looking at a comic strip literally come to life.…

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