|House Cleaning Blues|
House Cleaning Blues
House Cleaning Blues (1937)
Betty wakes up the morning after her birthday party. The house is a shambles, and Betty is not looking forward to cleaning up. She sings the title song while struggling with her chores. Grampy shows up to take Betty out for a drive, but Betty will not leave until everything is tidy. Grampy literally puts on his thinking cap (a mortarboard with a light bulb on top), and invents a host of labor-saving devices: a cuckoo clock-powered dishwasher, a combination bicycle and floor scrubber, and a player piano that folds laundry. In no time at all, the dancing inventor has the house spic and span, just in time to take Betty for a spin in his automobile (which features a built-in soda fountain).
- Grampy: "Hello Betty ready for our drive?"
- Betty Boop: "I can't ride with you today Grampy, I've too much house cleaning to do. Come on in anyhow."
- Grampy: "You go and get your duds on and leave this mess to me."
Cast & Crew
- Mae Questel as Betty Boop
- Jack Mercer/Everett Clark as Grampy
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- Was released on the 15th of January in 1937.
- This is the first episode in which Betty does not have a part down the middle of her hair.