Betty Boop

Betty flies to Japan to do a show, and sings the title number. She then dons a kimono, and sings it again in Japanese. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Language_All_My_Own)

Memorable rendition of "St James Infirmary" by Cab Calloway

Betty Boop withdraw in 1939. This cartoon might be her best from that year. Her house is invaded by lively crows and she finds ways to handle the problem.

Minnie the Moocher (1932) is a Betty Boop cartoon produced by Fleischer Studios and released by Paramount Pictures.[1]

The cartoon opens with a live action sequence of Cab Calloway and his orchestra performing an instrumental rendition of "St. James Infirmary". Then Betty Boop gets into a fight with her strict, Yiddish speaking, Jewish parents, runs away from home with her boyfriend Bimbo, and sings excerpts of the Harry Von Tilzer song "They Always Pick on Me" (1911) and the song "Mean to Me" (1929).

Betty's first apperance (1930) as a Helen Kane-like Caricature who is perform's on stage for bimbo she performs in somewhere which looks simuler to the Cotton Club nightclub in Harlem , only problem is she is that Betty is nameless and is a anthropomorphic French poodle. Betty's floppy poodle ears later became hoop earrings in the Betty Boop cartoon series, and her black poodle nose becomes a girl's button-like nose. Betty's voice is provided by Margie Hines in this Cartoon Short. like all the Betty Boop series this is Public domain. Uploaded by BoopBoopaddoop...

Betty Boop in Boop Oop a Doop (1932). voice by Little Ann Little or either Margie Hines who knows they all sound alike, the typical Helen Kane impersonation. Betty's a circus headliner in Boop-oop-a-doop. Betty can be seen on horseback. Betty then star's as a liontamer & a highwire walker. Upon the highwire, Betty sings a jazz number, "Do Something, Boop-oop-a-doop," which had been a hit song for Helen Kane in 1929; Betty, of course, was based on flapper ragtime singer Helen Kane.

Uploaded By BoopBoopaddoop The Herring Murder Case was proberly Bimbo the dogs new transformation becuse before this cartoon he has many diffrent apperences Betty Boop Does Not make an apperence in this cartoon although the wife of the murdered herring preforms in a Betty Boop Style, she is most likley voiced By Little ann Little Koko the clown also makes an apperence along with Gus the Gorilla in this is a very great fleischer short and would have been a classic

This work is in the public domain because it was published in the United States between 1923 and 1963 and although there may or may not have had a copyright notice, the copyright was not renewed. See Circular 1 "COPYRIGHT BASICS" PDF from the U.S. Copyright Office.

I Think this other rare Betty Boop Jewel Needs To be shared worldwide, Buzzy Boop which was thought to be another of the lost Betty Boop Cartoons. and like all other Betty Boop cartoons it should also be owned by public domain. This is the Full Version of Buzzy Boop & it is in english also unlike the youtube version the ending actually isnt cut out. Uploaded by BoopBoopaddoop Betty Boop & Buzzy Boops voice is provided by kate wright

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