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Betty Boop Classic Cartoon Shorts
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Betty Boop is an animated cartoon character created by Max Fleischer, with help from animators including Grim Natwick. She originally appeared in the Talkartoon and Betty Boop film series, which were produced by Fleischer Studios and released by Paramount Pictures. She has also been featured in comic strips and mass merchandising. Here is a list of the animated Shorts from 1930 to 1935.


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Movie: Mysterious Mose ( 1930 )
Betty Boop (with dog's ears) can't sleep on a scary night, so she sings the title song and meets the gentleman in question...a surreal version of Bimbo.
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Movie: Silly Scandals ( 1931 )
In a vaudeville act, Betty Boop (with dog's ears) sings "You're Drivin' Me Crazy;" Bimbo sneaks into the show and runs afoul of a stage hypnotist.
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Movie: Bimbo's Express ( 1931 )
Betty Boop (with dog's ears) is moving; Bimbo comes with his moving van and is smitten with her. Songs: "Moving Day," "Hello Beautiful."
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Movie: Kitty from Kansas City ( 1931 )
Sun bonneted Betty Boop takes a train to "Rudy Valley" where she gains weight and Rudy Vallee performs the title song with Bouncing Ball.
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Movie: Mask-A-Raid ( 1931 )
Betty Boop is queen of the Masquerade Ball where, among other antics, Bimbo and a lecherous old man vie for her affections.
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Movie: Jack and the Beanstalk ( 1931 )
A differently-drawn Bimbo, incensed at trash dropped from the clouds, climbs his beanstalk to find not only the giant but also his slave (Betty Boop with dog's ears).
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Movie: Dizzy Red Riding-Hood ( 1931 )
Betty Boop goes to Grandma's through the woods despite wolf warnings; but Bimbo follows and gives the old story a new twist.
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Movie: Any Rags ( 1932 )
The rag and bone man passes through Betty Boop's neighborhood.
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Movie: Boop-Oop-A-Doop ( 1932 )
In the circus, Betty Boop is the lion tamer, sings title tune on the high wire, and fights off the lecherous ringmaster.
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Movie: The Robot ( 1932 )
Bimbo is a mechanic whose girlfriend (not Betty) agrees to marry him if he wins a fight against "One-Round Mike." Quick as a wink, he transforms his car into a robot to help him in the ring!
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Movie: The Betty Boop Limited ( 1932 )
On a special train, Betty's show troupe rehearses: Betty sings, Bimbo juggles, and Koko does a soft-shoe. The train itself also does tricks.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Bizzy Bee ( 1932 )
Everyone loves the wheat cakes served by short-order cook Betty, but they have a drawback. With Bimbo and Koko, no bee is involved.
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Movie: Betty Boop, M.D. ( 1932 )
In their traveling medicine show, Betty, Koko and Bimbo sell Jippo ("Flattens Feet! Makes Young Men Old!") which has weird effects on their customers.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle ( 1932 )
Bimbo visits a south sea isle, where he meets a dusky maiden who does a hot hula and looks a lot like Betty. Also a stereotyped headhunter tribe... The Royal Samoans perform in live-action.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Ups and Downs ( 1932 )
Betty's home is for sale; so is the whole planet Earth. The Moon auctions Earth to the highest bidder, Saturn, who takes away the planet's gravity.
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Movie: Betty Boop for President ( 1932 )
Betty's campaign tries to appeal to everyone. Real candidates are parodied, but campaign promises are a bit bizarre.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Museum ( 1932 )
Koko takes Betty to the museum, where she's locked in overnight and forced to sing at the skeletons' dance.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Ker-Choo ( 1933 )
Betty, Koko, and Bimbo drive at the auto races; Betty has a cold, and her sneezes help her win.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions ( 1933 )
In a circus tent, Betty, Bimbo and Koko demonstrate some gadgets reminiscent of TV ads; an animated sewing machine gets out of hand.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Penthouse ( 1933 )
While Bimbo and Koko admire Betty, their experiment becomes a monster.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Birthday Party ( 1933 )
Betty drudges in the kitchen alone until her friends (including Bimbo and Koko) hold a surprise birthday party for her...which gets rowdy.
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Movie: Betty Boop's May Party ( 1933 )
Betty and Bimbo, as Queen and King of the May, host a giant outdoor party that gets sprayed with rubber. Koko appears briefly.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Big Boss ( 1933 )
Betty takes a secretarial job where the boss sexually harasses her, but not without some encouragement from Betty.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Hallowe'en Party ( 1933 )
Betty Boop hosts a Halloween party with aid from a scarecrow, but an uninvited gorilla threatens havoc.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Rise to Fame (Short 1934) ( 1934 )
A reporter interviews Max Fleischer about his creation, and Betty illustrates with excerpts from three prior cartoons.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Trial ( 1934 )
A traffic cop tries to make time with Betty; she speeds to get away, is arrested, and undergoes a musical trial.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Life Guard ( 1934 )
Betty takes a trip to the beach and needs the assistance of a big, hunky lifeguard when she rides her rubber horsy out too far!
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Movie: Betty Boop's Little Pal ( 1934 )
Pudgy the Pup makes a mess of Betty Boop's picnic, is sent home, and runs afoul of the dog catcher.
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Movie: Betty Boop's Prize Show ( 1934 )
In a melodrama at the Slumbertown Theatre, Freddie is the sheriff and Betty is a school-marm desired by outlaw "Phillip the Fiend."
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Movie: Betty Boop and Grampy ( 1935 )
A messenger delivers an invitation to Betty Boop to come over to Grampy's house for a party and bring the gang. The delighted Betty goes down the street singing "I'm on My Way to Grampy's" and is joined by a fireman who is rescuing a damsel-in-distress but tosses her back in the burning building in favor of following Betty...anywhere; a policeman who deserts his traffic-directing at a busy intersection; and two moving men. Betty and her gang arrive at Grampy's, and Grampy shows off a few of his Rube-Goldberg inventions while serving punch-and-cake. Betty thinks the party needs a little music, so Grampy employs several of his contraptions and devices, and all hands are soon dancing to the Hoosier Hotshots' version of "Tiger Rag."
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Movie: Betty Boop with Henry the Funniest Living American ( 1935 )
Henry (of comic strip fame) wants to buy Pudgy the Pup at Betty Boop's Pet Shop, but he only has two cents. Betty offers to take the rest in work, but lives to regret the arrangement.
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Movie: The Dancing Fool ( 1932 )
Daredevil sign painters Bimbo and Koko like what they see through the window of Betty Boop's Dancing School, and stay for a lesson.
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Movie: Chess-Nuts ( 1932 )
An initially realistic chess game becomes a chaotic, animated quest for the favors of Betty Boop (the black queen) by Bimbo (white king) and others, with elements of bowling and football. Koko appears.
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Movie: Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning ( 1932 )
Reis and Dunn (with Betty Boop) sing the Irving Berlin song with a Bouncing Ball. In a cartoon army camp, everything rises before the soldiers.
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Movie: A Hunting We Will Go ( 1932 )
Koko the Clown and Bimbo overhear Betty Boop singing about how much she wants a fur coat. That's enough for them. Now they're off to bag themselves a moose, a bear, a fox, a lion, a leopard. It doesn't much matter as long as a fur coat will bag Betty. But neither of them are especially competent at the sport. Koko has to put up with a moose that fires back; while Bimbo suffers the wrath of a lion who multiplies after being shot. And neither hunter accounts for Betty's fickleness or her kind heart.
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Movie: Rudy Vallee Melodies ( 1932 )
Betty Boop, trying to keep a party lively, is aided by Rudy Vallee, who comes to live-action life from a sheet music cover and sings several songs with the Bouncing Ball.
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Movie: Stopping the Show ( 1932 )
After watching a Paramount Noose Reel and a cartoon with Bimbo and Koko the Clown, the audience is thrilled when Betty Boop appears on stage to sing and imitate Fanny Brice and Maurice Chevalier.
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Movie: Romantic Melodies ( 1932 )
Bimbo leads an awful German street band to serenade Betty Boop, but she prefers Arthur Tracy, 'Street Singer of the Air,' who in live- action sings several old-fashioned songs with a Bouncing Ball.
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Movie: Popular Melodies ( 1933 )
Arthur Jarrett sings some songs with the Bouncing Ball; Betty Boop appears for "One Hour with You" and "Boop-Oop-A-Doop."
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Movie: The Old Man of the Mountain ( 1933 )
Betty Boop goes to see the fearsome Old Man of the Mountain for herself; he sings the title song and a duet with Betty.
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Movie: Morning, Noon and Night ( 1933 )
To the tune of Rubinoff and his orchestra, Betty Boop and feathered friends try to save a baby bird from the booze-swilling Tom Kats Club.
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Movie: She Wronged Him Right ( 1934 )
Betty Boop appears on stage with Freddie in an old-fashioned mortgage melodrama.
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Movie: Red Hot Mamma ( 1934 )
Betty Boop, sleepless on a freezing night, builds a nice hot fire which proves too much of a good thing; in a dream she visits Hell, sings "Hell's Bells," and makes Hell freeze over!
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Movie: Poor Cinderella ( 1934 )
In her only color cartoon, Betty Boop goes to the ball thanks to the good fairy; later, only her foot fits the glass slipper.
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Movie: There's Something About a Soldier ( 1934 )
Betty Boop recruits for the Army by offering inductees a kiss. The recruits march off to war with a force of giant mosquitoes!
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Movie: Keep in Style ( 1934 )
Betty Boop puts on a musical show of new inventions and styles; her creation of "ankle skirts" sweeps the nation.
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Movie: Baby Be Good ( 1935 )
Betty Boop tries to get Little Jimmy to bed, but he's being a bad little boy indeed. He unbuttons his sleeper, forcing Betty to re-button it. And after Betty turns off the ceiling lamp, Little Jimmy jumps up on his bed and turns it back on again. Once Betty thinks she finally has Jimmy to sleep, she finds him painting stripes on the cat with toothpaste. Jimmy begs Betty to tell him a story, and she does so with an eye toward teaching him a lesson. It's about a mischievous little boy, much like Jimmy, watched over by a fairy, who is much like Betty. He ties a tin can on a little dog's tail; he throws bricks at a glass house; and he clips off the shaving-brush-like hair of the local barber as he sleeps. But the boy goes too far when he taunts a lion, who escapes from his cage and chases him. The kindly fairy gives the boy a chance to reverse everything he does. Literally. Suddenly, everything he has done is played in reverse, leaving a content barber, an untouched glass house and a happy little pooch.
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Movie: Taking the Blame ( 1935 )
Betty Boop brings home a cat as playmate for Pudgy, but the cat is a bully who only gets Pudgy into trouble.
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Movie: Swat the Fly ( 1935 )
While Betty Boop tries to cook, a fly drives her and Pudgy the Pup to distraction.
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Movie: No! No! A Thousand Times No!! ( 1935 )
Betty Boop and Freddie appear on stage in a melodrama, wherein Betty sings the title song to the villain.
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Movie: Little Nobody ( 1936 )
Betty Boop gives Pudgy the pup a pep talk when he's called a nobody.
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Movie: A Song a Day ( 1936 )
At Betty Boop's Animal Hospital, various species have appropriate ailments. Morale becomes a problem; Professor Grampy to the rescue!
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Movie: Happy You and Merry Me ( 1936 )
A stray kitten wanders into Betty Boop's house, gets sick on candy, and is cured with catnip by Betty and Pudgy the pup.
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Movie: Training Pigeons ( 1936 )
Betty Boop is training a flock of pigeons, but one stray leads Pudgy the pup on a precarious chase over the rooftops.
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Movie: Making Friends ( 1936 )
Pudgy the pup takes Betty Boop's advice ('Go Out and Make Friends With the World') to heart and befriends various wild animals.
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Movie: House Cleaning Blues ( 1937 )
Grampy wants to take Betty Boop out for a ride in his roadster. But Betty had a wild party the night before, and now she has to clean up. Grampy tells her to get ready, and he'll take care of everything. And he does. After wearing his thinking cap for only a few moments, he figures out exactly what to do. From using the player piano to press clothes to tying gloves to an electric fan and letting them dust the house, Grampy's ways are fast, efficient and fun. And in no time, with methods that range from the simple to the Rube Goldberg-esqe, the house is clean.
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Movie: Whoops! I'm a Cowboy ( 1937 )
Betty Boop's runt of a suitor thinks he'll have better luck if he takes cowboy lessons at a dude ranch; slapstick results.
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Movie: Pudgy Picks a Fight ( 1937 )
Betty Boop is so delighted with her new fox fur that Pudgy the Pup grows jealous, then thinks he's killed it...
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Movie: The Candid Candidate ( 1937 )
Betty Boop campaigns for Grampy to be the new mayor, and he wins by one vote. Betty gets everything in his office ready. But the moment Grampy sits down, the citizens come out from everywhere -- the chandelier, his desk drawer, behind a painting of a jackass -- to complain and to demand he fix things. Grampy is in his element. He finds novel ways to build a new bridge, fight fires, and stop drivers from ignoring the stoplight. He even improves ramshackle houses by pasting over them with posters of better looking houses. The subway train now goes directly into buildings, saving commuters the trouble of going outside. And the public fountain now serves beer. Hooray for Grampy!
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Movie: Service with a Smile ( 1937 )
Betty Boop is desk clerk at the Hi-De-Ho-Tel ("Food Served with Every Meal") where the guests have many legitimate complaints. Fortunately, Grampy's inventions fix everything.
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Movie: Zula Hula ( 1937 )
Disabled in a thunderstorm, Betty Boop and Grampy's plane lands on a tropic island where Grampy soon re-invents the comforts of home... until hostile, racially-stereotyped natives intrude.
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Movie: Riding the Rails ( 1938 )
Pudgy the Pup follows his mistress, Betty Boop, when she goes downtown on the subway. YHe gets on the train and them his misadventures begin. After almost disrupting the train system, he gets thrown off and his forced to walk the tracks back to the station. When he finally arrives back home his is cured of wanting to trail around town with Betty.
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Movie: Be Up to Date ( 1938 )
Betty Boop is in the mountains selling hardware and house-goods out of her trailer. She arrives at a hillbilly settlement, and the locals buy her wares and put them to odd uses; a woman uses a waffle iron to pet a permanent wave in her hair' a man buys an outboard motor and hitches it to a plow, and the finales has Betty leading the town band as the members play their home-made instruments.
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Movie: The Swing School ( 1938 )
Betty Boop is conducting the animal-students in as singing lesson, in her School for Pets, but Pudy the Pup keeps hitting sour notes. Betty sends him to the dunce's stool, where Pudgy's cute sweetie comes to console him. Her kiss gives Pudy a new lease on life and music. He leads the class in a swing version of Betty's theme song.
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Movie: Thrills and Chills ( 1938 )
Betty Boop and her pup, Pudgy, board a ski-train for a winter sports resort. Betty goes skating, but is annoyed by a skier. Meanwhile, Pudgy had been playing and prancing on the ice and gets marooned on a cake that breaks off and floats toward a waterfall. The skier picks up Betty and they rescue Pudy.
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Movie: Musical Mountaineers ( 1939 )
Betty Boop runs out of gas in Feud County, and wins over the initially hostile hillbillies with her dancing.
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Movie: When My Ship Comes In ( 1934 )
Betty Boop wins the Irish Sweepstakes, and fantasizes about what she'll do with the money.
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Movie: I Heard ( 1933 )
The miners at Never Mine go to Betty Boop's Tavern (a jazz-jumpin' place) for lunch; back in the mine, Bimbo delves into weird realms.
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Movie: Minnie the Moocher ( 1932 )
Betty Boop and Bimbo run away from home, but that night they are scared by a chorus of ghosts singing the title song.
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Movie: Parade of the Wooden Soldiers ( 1933 )
An action figure of Betty Boop drops in on a small toy shop; the other toys come to life and crown her their queen. But there's a big rag doll of King Kong... Based on the titular classical music
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Movie: I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You ( 1932 )
Betty Boop and friends meet Louis Armstrong on a jungle safari.
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Movie: Mother Goose Land ( 1933 )
In response to Betty Boop's wish, Mother Goose materializes from a book cover and gives her a tour; she's chased by Miss Muffet's spider, who proves to be amorous, not predatory.
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Movie: Snow-White ( 1933 )
Trouble starts when the queen's magic mirror says Betty Boop is fairest. Cab Calloway sings "St. James Infirmary Blues."
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Movie: Ha! Ha! Ha! ( 1934 )
Betty Boop and Koko dabble in dentistry, complete with laughing gas.
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Movie: Betty in Blunderland ( 1934 )
The White Rabbit materializes from a jigsaw puzzle and leads Betty Boop through the looking glass into Wonderland.
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Movie: Betty Boop and Little Jimmy ( 1936 )
Betty tries a regime of exercise, but her weight loss gets out of hand. She sings "Keep Your Girlish Figure."
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Movie: Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery ( 1989 )
In Los Angeles, Betty Boop works as a waitress and her friends Koko and Bimbo in the kitchen of a dinning place, which is permanently crowded. The greatest attraction for clients is Betty Boop singing, while dreaming to be a Hollywood star. When Betty and her friends accidentally break some dishware, they are fired by the owner. However, the private eyes Sam Slade hires the team to help him in a security work in a party in the house of the famous star Lola Daville, whose secretary Miss Green has just hired him for the protection of a valuable necklace. When the jewel is stolen in the party, Betty Boop becomes the suspect number one, since the criminal left his gun in her hands during a blackout, and Sam is unable to prove her innocence wounded in the hospital. Betty Boop is rescued from the police station by Koko and Bimbo, and the trio investigates who could be the thief. Meanwhile, the dinner place is completely empty, since clients do not have the show of Betty Boop anymore.
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Movie: Is My Palm Read ( 1933 )
For customer Betty Boop, psychic reader Prof. Bimbo conjures up an adventure on a haunted tropical island in his crystal ball.
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Movie: You're Not Built That Way ( 1936 )
Pudgy the pup tries to emulate a tough bulldog, but Betty Boop sings him the error of his ways.
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Movie: The New Deal Show ( 1937 )
Betty Boop emcees a show of pet-aid gadgets. Object: a "new deal for pets." Some ideas copied from Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions (1933).
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