Hugh Harman really, really loved that little slide-step dance of Bosko’s. The animation was reused time and time again, such as in Bosko’s Picture Show (1933). Cubby Bear did the same dance when Harman got a sub-contract from Van Beuren. Then, when he took Bosko to MGM, he used the same animation there.
Here it is in Bosko’s Parlor Pranks (1934). He clomps to the left, then clomps to the right, then repeat.
And a couple of drawings from the slide, accompanied by a slide whistle.
One thing Harman didn’t have Bosko bring over from Warner Bros. was his shout to the audience “That’s all folks.” But it appears he thought about bringing over the ending where Bosko comes out from behind a wooden sign.