Betty Boop and Friends [Spanish] [DVD]
- SKU: 14770893
- Release Date: 10/12/2005
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The inimitable Grampy runs for Mayor, with Betty Boop singing his praises. Narrowing winning the election by one vote (out of 2,000,005!), Grampy arrives at City Hall, only to be confronted by angry constituents with a list of rhyming grievances. Facing the possibility of being impeached before he can even take the oath of office, Grampy dons his thinking cap and inventively solves such problems as a "bridge to nowhere" and a dilapidated housing development--with time left over to install liquor bars in all the drinking fountains and to combinine the subway and elevator systems. And in true pro-environmental fashion, he even comes up with a solution for the foul weather plaguing his city. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
House Cleaning Blues
Swat the Fly
Happy You and Merry Me
Betty Boop and Little Jimmy
In this "Betty Boop" cartoon, Betty shares the spotlight with James Swinnerton's popular comic strip character "Little Jimmy." In her efforts to stay in shape, Betty has set up an exercise gym in her attic. Paying Betty a visit, Little Jimmy tries to help Betty with her "daily dozen", but succeeds only in causing all the athletic equipment to malfunction. Trapped in a vibrating reducing belt, Betty tells Jimmy to go for help, but the kid manages to get distracted along the way. By the time Jimmy returns, Betty is as skinny as a beanpole--leading to a "laff riot" finale that almost defies descrption. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
No! No! A Thousand Times No!!
Cupid Gets His Man
Betty in Blunderland
While working on an "Alice in Wonderland" jigsaw puzzle, Betty Boop falls asleep, and promptly dreams her way not only into Wonderland but also the land Behind the Looking Glass. Wearing an incongrously sexy "Alice" costume, our heroine climbs through a mirror, falls down a rabbit hole (misleadingly labeled a "subway"), drinks "Shrink-Ola" to gain entrance into Wonderland, then meets all the familiar Lewis Carroll characters, including the Mad Hatter and March Hare, the Walrus and the Carpenter, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, the White Rabbit and the Mock Turtle. Unfortunately, the fearsome Jabberwocky spoils all the fun by kidnapping Betty (or is it Alice?). forcing her new friends to race the rescue. Heard on the soundtrack are such familiar Paramount-owned tunes as "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking" (from 1933's Sitting Pretty) and "Everyone Says I Love You" (from the 1932 Marx Bros. classic Horse Feather). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Betty Boop and the Little King
Otto Soglow's popular comic-strip characer "The Little King" had already appeared in his own cartoon series for Van Beuren productions when he guest-starred in this "Betty Boop" vehicle. Forced to attend a boring opera with the Queen and their entourage, The Little King (who speaks in a bizarre "whistling" voice) manages to escape his guards and heads to a nearby vaudeville house, where Betty Boop is headlining in an equestrienne act. Not only does the Little King manage to pick up some extra change as a pretzel vendor, but he also ends up performing on stage with Betty. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi