Bimbo's Express' (1931)
Bimbo's Express is a 1931 cartoon featuring Betty Boop and Bimbo. Bimbo shows up at Betty's home with his assistants to help her move. Bimbo glances at Betty and falls in love with her instantly. Bimbo sings "Hello Beautiful" to her - a hit song for Maurice Chevalier. Both Betty and Bimbo load up the van with all her belongings, the stairs included, and Betty sits on up into the driver's seat with Bimbo. Betty then moves around the corner because there she will have no rent to pay, which is the reason she moved away.
- Bimbo: "Does Miss Betty live here?"
- Betty Boop: "Yes!"
- Bimbo: "This is the moving man!"
- Betty Boop: "Yes! Do you want to come in?"
- Bimbo: "Yes!"
- Betty Boop: "I can't open the door now... I'm in my nightie."
- Bimbo: "Alright, I'll wait till ya take it off!"
Cast & Crew
- Little Ann Little as Betty Boop
- Claude Reese as Bimbo
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- "Hello Beautiful"
- "Moving Day"
- Was released on the 22nd of August in 1931.
- Betty sports a neat dress with a little bow, a dress that she would wear in later Betty Boop cartoons from 1934-1939 which is an alternative outfit to her usual black strapless dress.