|Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions|
Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions
Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions (1933)
Assisted by ticket-taker Bimbo the Dog and product-demonstrator Koko the Clown, Betty Boop stages a "Big Invention Show". Highlights of the program include a pig-powered pipe organ, a Rube Goldberg-style spot remover, a cigarette snuffer, a soup silencer, a sweet-corn regulator, and an egg-frying device, replete with optional hen and rooster. Betty herself demonstrates a most unusual voice recorder with a performance of "Keep a Little Song Handy". The show's number-one attraction, a very powerful self-threading sewing machine, knits up the proceedings quite nicely.</span>
- Betty Boop: "Now will someone let me have a handkerchief?"
- Betty Boop: "See watch very carefully, always works!"
- Betty Boop: "Thank you!"
- Koko the Clown: "C'mon folks step up and get an eyeful right over here."
- Betty Boop: "Bimbo we're falling!"
- Bimbo: "Oh yeah?"
Cast & Crew
- Mae Questel as Betty Boop
- Claude Reese as Bimbo, Koko the Clown
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- Samuel Lerner (Music)
- Sammy Timberg (Music)
- Ugo D'Orsi (Animator)
- Willard Bowsky (Animator)
- Bernard Wolf (Animator)
- The cigarette snuffer (A mechanical foot snuffs out the cigarette, then a mechanical hand sweeps it up.)
- The soup silencer (Parts from a music box are installed on a spoon to convert the slurps to music.)
- The sweet corn regulator (A typewriter is adapted to position the corn for easy eating.)
- The voice recorder.
- The self-threading sewing machine (A mechanical hand and eyeball thread the needle.)
- The spot remover (A large steam-powered device that removes the spot by cutting a hole in the fabric.)
- Was released on the 27th of January in 1933.
- This cartoon was first theatrically released with the Mae West film She Done Him Wrong.
- When the automated sewing machine gets out of control and proceeds to sew various things together, Bimbo and Betty escape via an umbrella that turns into a helicopter.