The Betty Boop Girl Recordings
From the early 1930s, Mae Questel made several recordings as Betty Boop, as "The Betty Boop Girl". Most of the recordings were Shirley Temple-related, some were recorded for Victor, while most were recorded for Decca.
- "Don't Take My Boop-Oop-A-Doop Away" (First recording as Betty Boop for Victor)
- "In Our Little Wooden Shoes"
- "I Want You For Christmas"
- "On The Good Ship Lollipop"
- "Practicing The Piano"
- "Animal Crackers In My Soup"
- "At The Codfish Ball"
- "I've Got A Pain In My Sawdust"
- "You'd Be Surprised"
- "Oh Gee, Oh Gosh, Oh Golly I'm In Love"
- "The Girl In The Little Green Hat"
- "The Right Somebody To Love"
- "Polly Wolly Doodle"
- "You've Gotta Eat Your Spinach Baby"
- "The Music Goes Round And Round"
- "The Broken Record"
- "Oh My Goodness"
The Mystery Girl
- "I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling"
- "I'd Do Anything For You"
- "Do I Know What I'm Doing?"
- "He's So Unusual"
Nippon Betty Boop
In 1934, a Japanese artist known as Nippon Betty Boop recorded a song entitled "Tweet Tweet Tweet" with Columbia Jazz Band. She sings in both English and Japanese.
Betty Boop Collection (Scotch ビデオカセット)
Betty Boop Collection (Scotch ビデオカセット) is an album released in Japan in 1990.
Boop-Oop-a-Doin' (2004, subtitled The Songs of Sammy Timberg From Betty Boop, Popeye, Superman, and Other Musical Classics): Shannon Cullem and Richard Halpern provide the voices once furnished by Mae Questel and Jack Mercer. The album features 5 songs from the original series, re-recorded, including a rare song entitled "The Boopin' Stride".
- "Don't Take My Boop-Oop-A-Doop Away"
- "Got A Language All My Own"
- "Sweet Betty"
- "Keep A Little Song Handy"
- "You Gotta Have Pep"
- "The Boopin' Stride"
- Helen Kane's music is often mistaken as being Betty Boop's, but, being as Betty was originally a caricature of Kane's, some of the songs they recorded are alike,. Helen Kane would be recommended if you are searching for more songs sung in this style.