In the Rudy Vallée Melodies Betty Boop is hosting a party and asks her friends if they can play the piano. Betty Boop, trying to keep a party lively, is then aided by Rudy Vallée, who comes to live-action life from a sheet music.
- Bunny: "I can play the piano."
- Bunny: "I only play by ear!"
- Bound Lizard: "I'm sorry we're busy!"
- Aloysius: "I can't sing!"
- Miss Pumpernickel: "Hehe... not me!"
- Tiny: "I gotta pool!"
- Percival: "Not me dearie."
Betty Boop's Animal Friends
Bunny is one of Betty Boop's friends and is the only character who has a bigger role in the cartoon where he can be seen playing the piano. Bunny is dressed similar to that of Bimbo the dog.
Bound Lizard are a couple who attend Betty's party.
Miss Pumpernickel seems to be very shy, she too states that she will not sing for Betty.
Tiny also makes an appearance in the 1933 animated Fleischer Studios cartoon Betty Boop's May Party.
Percival is a flamboyant character who tells Betty he will not sing. He is then punched in the face by a nameless character, (Most likely Gus Gorilla).
- All the characters who Betty called in the cartoon were named and had a small speaking role, but most of the characters are not seen in the rest of the early Betty Boop series,except for Tiny who appears in Betty Boop's May Party.
- Many other animal friends make appearances such as Victor Lion but are all nameless.
- Bimbo, Koko & Aloysius later known as (Billy Boop) who were three of Betty's main animal friends are absent from Betty's house party.