Betty Co-Ed


Betty Co-Ed

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Betty Co-Ed


 Betty Co-Ed (1931)

Betty Co-Ed is a 1931 Screen Song about the eponymous character, Betty Co-Ed, who is wooed by a dweebish frat boy. Rudy Vallée sings an unflattering song about her.


  • Betty Co-Ed: "La la la la la la la la!"
  • Rudy Vallée:"Hi-Ho everybody, I suppose you are familar with the very popular Betty Co-Ed in a nice way of course lets sing about the most popular girl on the campus."


Cast & Crew




  • Was released on the 1st of August in 1931.
  • The character Betty Co-Ed is believed to be a Betty Boop prototype and the song sung by Vallée is said to have inspired the character's name.
  • Betty Boop first debuted as 'Betty' in the 1931 cartoon entitled Silly Scandals.

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