|Betty Boop's Ker-Choo|
Betty Boop's Ker-Choo
Betty Boop's Ker-Choo (1933)
- Betty Boop: "Betty will you say something for the Paramount News?"
- Betty Boop: "Sure Mic!"
- Betty Boop: "Cause, I've Got a Cold in My Nose! Oh, I've got a cold in my Boopy-Doopy-Doopy-Doo-Poop-Ah-Ah-Choo!"
Cast & Crew
- Mae Questel as Betty Boop
- Claude Reese as Bimbo, Koko the Clown
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- Seymour Kneitel (Animator)
- Bernard Wolf (Animator)
- Samuel Lerner (Music)
- Sammy Timberg (Music)
- Was released on the 6th of January in 1933.
- Betty sings the song "I've Got a Cold In My Nose", written by Scott Bradley with lyrics by Joseph Hanna.
- Betty quickly flashes her bra to her boss and can also be seen gripping her bosom and groin area while singing. The in-universe reason for her flashing of the bra was to beriefly take it off and put it over her head to emphasise the lyric "Button up my overcoat".
- In a few scenes the groin area of Betty's jumpsuit is detailed which was done deliberately by the animators who worked on the cartoons.
- When Betty sings "What a funny feeling in my eyes and ears and throat" "in my neck and in my knees", she puts her hands on the aforementioned body parts.
- When Betty is being interviewed, the microphone reads "why?".
- Betty takes cough drops and complains of an odd sensation in her throat, but never coughed or sounded hoarse. She also complains of a "funny feeling in her eyes and ears".
- Some of the other characters sneezed, even though they didn't have colds. An example of this was during the song, she sometimes sneezed after a sentence (e.g. the "I'm feeling awfully bad" line) and at the same time, the judges, audience, umpire and even the cars sneezed too.