Kitty from Kansas City was a 1930 song, famously sung by Hubert Prior Vallée, a French Vermont singer, popularly called Rudy Vallée. The song is about a Midwestern girl called Kitty and her apparent lack of intelligence, and obesity, due to a lyric: "She wasn't hard to see; she weighed 243."
Some recordings have been made by Vallée, the Imperial Dance Orchestra, and Johnny Walker.
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... Kitty from Kansas City Screen Songs series Directed by Dave Fleischer Produced by Max Fleischer Fleischer Studios Voices by Little Ann Little (uncredited) Rudy Vallée Music by Rudy Vallée ... Kitty (Betty) was walking to a Kansas City train station, and she waited for her train to “Rudy Valley”, a place where her friend (Rudy) lives ... Then, the scene goes back to the cartoon, where Kitty does some of the antics in the lyrics, the film ending with Kitty unpluggin a water stopping cork in a pond, with a parade of marine creature ...
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