Produced by Max Fleischer. Betty Boop is a dentist trying to remove a painful tooth for Koko. When she administers laughing gas things get out of hand. Directed by Dave Fleischer. Animated by Seymour Kneitel and Roland Crandall.
Betty Boop runs away from home with Bimbo to get away from strict parents. They enter some woods where they meet a ghost who sings Minnie the Moocher. This jazz song was performed by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra and featured the lyrics “Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi”. Calloway also appears in a live-action introductory sequence to the film… Read More »
Betty Boop performs a sexy song and dance act in a travelling show, to sell a fake medicine called Jippo. She sings, “If your feeling wealthy, and wanna be healthy, now’s the time to buy Jippo.”
A documentary showing the voice of Betty Boop, Mae Questel, singing “Please don’t take my boop-oop-a-doop away” followed by an analysis of some of the elements that made Betty in to a sex symbol for adults whilst remaining innocent entertainment for children. Such things as a single drawing in a sequence where her dress was… Read More »