|Betty Boop's Rise To Fame|
Betty Boop's Rise To Fame
Betty Boop's Rise to Fame (1934)
Max Fleischer "daddy" of the little animated Betty Boop, discusses her growth and development with a reporter. Betty is drawn into the conversation by Mr. Fleischer. Urged she gives a bit from some of her best films, while the two look on. When she runs into serious difficulty, Mr. Fleischer opens the inkwell and she pops into it, out of danger.
- Dave Fleischer: "Mr Fleischer, can you let me see how Betty Boop does her stuff?"
- Max Fleischer: "So Betty this gentlemen from the press you know he'd like to see you act, what would you like to do for him?"
- Betty Boop: "Oh, Uncle Max I'd like to do the part I played in Stopping the Show and the Hula Hula dance I did in Bamboo Isle."
- Max Fleischer: "Remember, Stopping the Show?"
- Betty Boop: "C'mon Uncle Max gimmie a lift!"
- Betty Boop: "All ready for the next costume Uncle Max!"
- Max Fleischer: "Betty's in trouble again, I'll take a hand in this thing, c'mon jump, jump quick!"
- Betty Boop: "Well Mr Reporter did ya get everything huh?"
- Dave Fleischer: "Yes... eye got everything."
- Bonnie Poe as Betty Boop
- Max Fleischer as himself
- Dave Fleischer as Reporter
- Mae Questel (Archived)
- Cab Calloway (Archived)
- Maurice Chevalier (Archived)
- Was released on the 18th of May in 1934.
- Song and dance numbers from Stopping the Show, Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle and The Old Man Of the Mountain are used in the cartoon.
- This cartoon is a staged interview with Betty Boop and Max Fleischer which shows Max draw Betty in the animated hand technique, a reference to his Out Of The Inkwell series.
- Betty refers to Max Fleischer as Uncle Max.
- Betty is saved by Max Fleischer from the old man from The Old Man of the Mountain.