|Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery|
Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery
- Betty Boop: "Ooh, Betty Boop at your service!"
- Female Hippo: "That Betty Boop is really sweet!"
- Diner Dan: "Where dem plates! Speed it up! An watch the grill for me!"
- Miss Green: "Remember Mr Slade, I'm counting on you!"
- Sam Slade: "That waitress and her pals are pretty entertaining"
- Miss Green: "Sorry I can't stay to watch the show!"
- Diner Dan: "I've had enough of you morons, your fired!"
- Bimbo: "You mean like musical detectives?"
- Betty Boop: "We don't know much about detecting but we could surely find out, right boys?"
- Lola DaVille: "Miss Green, send an autographed photo to that Clown."
- Lola DaVille: "Seize that woman! How dare you steal my treasure you little guttersnipe!"
- Lola DaVille: "Somebody call the police!"
- Betty Boop: "That's not my gun, somebody with a big nose mask put it in my hand!"
- Lola DaVille: "A likely story..."
- Betty Boop: "Oh, no... but I didn't do anything honest..."
- Betty Boop: "Koko, Bimbo help me!"
- Betty Boop: "I'm innocent, innocent do you hear me!"
- Lt. Snuffer: "Listen sister you better sing and fast!"
- Betty Boop: "Why your Miss Green!"
- Miss Green: "Oh, yes...THE MOUSY ONE!"
- Miss Green: "Why you little!"
- Sam Slade: "I'll fill ya with lead!"
- Betty Boop: "That nutsy-doopsy!"
- Betty Boop
- Koko the Clown
- Miss Green
- Sam Slade
- Lola Daville
- Billy Boop
- The Old Man of the Mountain
- Wiffle Piffle
- Diner Dan
- Maxwell Moviola
- Lt. Snuffer
- Prop Man
Cast & Crew
- Melissa Fahn as Betty Boop
- Michael Bell
- Lucille Bliss as Miss Green
- Hamilton Camp as Maxwell Moviola
- Jodi Carlisle as Lola DaVille
- Bill Farmer as Prop Man
- Toby Gleason
- Gregory Jones
- Randi Merzon
- Roger Rose
- James Ward
- Japhet Asher
- Bruce L Paisner
- Stephen Wells (Executive Producer)
- Tim Berglund (Art Director)
- John Hays (Animation Director)
- Gregory Jones (Music)
- Dennis Green (Lyrics)
- Ali Marie Matheson (Writer)
- Heather Selick (Producer)
- George Evelyne (Director)
- Richard Fleischer (Creative Consultant)
- (Colossal) Pictures
- George Evelyn
- John Hays
- Timothy Berglund
- Bud Luckey
- Tom Bertino
- Pam Stalker
- Karl Torge
- Gordon Clark
- Susan Crossley
- Wang Film Productions Co., Ltd. (Cuckoo¹s Nest)
- Wan-Ling Chiu
- Ti-Han Lo
- Yin-Chu Wu
- Wen-Huang Liu
- Der-Long Yeh
- Mei-Chih Chu
- Pao-Hsiu Chen
- Yueh-Lan Ho
- Sheng-Ya Chang
- Katie Rauh (Production Supervisor)
- Amy Capen (Production Coordinator)
- Renee Skoll (Producer Assistant)
- Carol Brzezinski (Editor)
- Edgar Burksen (Edior)
- Lori Muttersbach (Assistant Editor)
- Ted Chavalas (Sound Effects)
- Bill Westwick (Negative Cutter)
- Elaine Craig Ron Knight (Voice Casting)
- Michele Linfante (Voice Coach)
- TRACK READER Skip Craig
- Buzzy's (Voice Recording)
- VIDEO POST PRODUCTION
- MIX One Pass Inc.
- Russian Hill Recording
- EXECUTIVE IN CHARGE OF PRODUCTION
- James R. McGee, Jr. (Production Executive)
- Austin Hearst (Production Executive)
- Greg Jones (Music)
- "Pretty Big Shout"
- "Diner Dan Stomp"
- "Betty's Cakewalk"
- "Movie Star Island" performed by Melissa Fahn
- "Swingin DaVille's"
- "Mysterious Rhythm" performed by Melissa Fahn
- "Poor Little Jailbird" performed by Melissa Fahn
- "General Hospital Blues"
- "Minor Drag Rag"
- "Sexy Miss Green"
- "Mysterious Rhythm Rag"/"Mysterious Rhythm"
- "Bubble in Trouble" performed by Melissa Fahn
- "Dan's New Diner"
- "You Don't Have to Be a Star to Be a Star" performed by Melissa Fahn
- "Star Credits"
- The singing and dancing flapper squealing "Boop-Oop-a-Doop" takes on the wacky and wonderful world of Hollywood and its moguls, mansions and mysteries in this new animated adventure set in the 1930s, where she plays detective and gets caught up in a web of comedy and suspense.
- Animation historian Karl Cohen interviewed the director, who stated: "In this story, she is the classic Betty-who wears her skirts pretty short and shows a little garter, but is still very sweet and innocent." The most obvious difference between the classic Thirties' Boop cartoons and our TV special is color. In our production, the characters are rendered in wonderful, post-modern candy colors, with backgrounds that are subtle pastels."
- Also known as The Betty Boop Movie Mystery.
- Bimbo and Koko the Clown appear as Betty's best friends
- Bimbo is colored blue.
- The film was later sold to the Disney Channel in 1993.