- Betty Boop: "Our first bright star to appear in our show is a red hot drummer boy watch him go!"
- Betty Boop: "The next act is gonna be the triplets called the colorful three and the things they do, open your eyes there really terrific in spite of their size."
- Betty Boop: "Watch this one he's adorable!"
- Colorful Three's Sister: " Hi-De-Hi-De-Ho!"
- Colorful Three's Mother: "Shhhh!"
- Betty Boop
- The Quintuplets
- Asian Baby
- The Colorful Three
- The Colorful Three's Mother & Sister
- Little Miss Trotsky
Cast & Crew
- Mae Questel as Betty Boop, Babies
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- Myron Waldman (Animator)
- Edward Nolan (Animator)
- Herman Cohen (Animator)
- Hicks Lokey (Animator)
- Lillian Friedman (Animator)
- Frank Endres (Animator)
- Ted Vosk (Animator)
- Sam Stimson (Animator)
The Colorful Three (Removed)
The Colorful Three were removed in DVD releases in the early 2000s, but in up-to-date releases they were restored.
- Was released on the 18th of October in 1935.
- Was one of the several banned Betty Boop cartoons due to the stereotypical depiction of African-Americans.
- Several babies that perform on stage start to cry after performing, and several are lured off stage by bottles, candy or watermelons.
- The Colorful Three sing Cab Calloway’s signature "Hi-De-Ho" on stage, whilst performing behind a curtain with scenery depicting a cotton field.
- The Colorful Three's mother and sister can be seen in the audience; their sister begins to cry so the mother gives her some watermelon, which she spits into the head of the man who is sitting in front of them.