Betty Boop's Museum

Betty Boop's Museum is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown and Bimbo.

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Betty Boop For President - Notes and Comments
... Betty Boop briefly morphs into caricatures of Herbert Hoover and Al Smith ... Betty Boop for President was reworked by the Fleischer staff sixteen years later, when the studio, by then known as Famous Studios, produced a Popeye the ... short reuses many of the gags, as well as a reworked version of Betty's "If I Were President" song, applying them to a fantasy story about Olive Oyl running for president ...
Betty Boop's Little Pal
... Betty Boop's Little Pal is a 1934 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Pudgy the Puppy (in his first appearance) ...
Betty Boop And Felix
... Betty Boop and Felix was a newspaper comic strip starring Betty Boop and Felix the Cat, which ran from November 19, 1984 to 1988 ... this King Features Syndicate strip showed Betty Boop as a working woman and Felix as her pet (replacing Pudgy as Betty's pet) ... Also, Felix’s squash and stretch abilities and magic bag are absent, and Betty’s sex appeal is downplayed ...
Betty Boop's Prize Show
... Betty Boop's Prize Show is a 1934 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop ...
Musical Mountaineers - Synopsis
... Betty Boop runs out of gas while driving through hillbilly country ... to a nearby shack to ask for help, the locals are suspicious of the stranger, but Betty wins them with her dancing ... Betty's new friends help her on her way by filling her gas tank with a jug of "corn dripp'ns" ...

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