Having conceived a better Boop-Boop-a-Doop than her neighbor, Helen Kane is now concerned that the tradition does not hold but that the world is beating a path to doors of movies where she is not appearing.
She looks to the law for relief from Betty Boop cartoons which seem to give her decided pain in the neck, particularly in view of luvrative appeal to the masses. We know just how she feels, though we have never felt the urge to Boop-Bop-a-Doop.
It must seem a cruel thing, after having achieved fame and affluence with a cute little noise, to find your world of Boop-Boop-a-Dooping fairly tottering in consequence of commercial competition.
Is Max Fleischer's Betty Boop really Helen Kane reduced to an animated cartoon- or maybe just something he ate?
The question fascinates us. Some timewe shall stay for the Betty Boop cartoon to compare our recoll-election of Miss Kane with Max's inkwell dream girl.