Mother Goose Land
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Mother Goose Land

Mother Goose Land

Mother Goose Land


 Mother Goose Land (1933)

Betty, while reading a book of Mother Goose stories, wishes she could visit such a wonderful place. Betty's wish is granted when Mother Goose appears, and gives her a tour of Mother Goose Land. Betty has a wonderful time until Little Miss Muffet's spider chases her, with lecherous ends in mind. All of the characters are terrified of the spider (revealing that the "Three Blind Mice" are not blind at all), but the blackbirds from "Sing a Song of Sixpence" come to Betty's rescue by catching the spider in a web and carrying it in the air, using it like a trampoline until the spider falls through the web. Betty wakes up in bed with all the fairy tale characters surrounding her and dancing, and then they jump back into the book. As Mother Goose tries to imitate Betty's "Boop Oop a Doop" catchphrase, her hat, wig and dentures fall out.


  • Betty Boop: "Oh, Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after."
  • Betty Boop: "Seeing Old King Cole and Little Boy Blue. Maybe Mary's lamb and Simple Simon would greet me. The Cat with the little Mice would play something new."
  • Betty Boop: "Gee, I'd like to go with Mother Goose on a journey just to visit with the dame who lived in the shoe."
  • Betty Boop: "Aha! Hello Tom the piper's son, Jack and Jill and everyone!"
  • Betty Boop: "Young Tom Thumb come play your drum! With a dum-diddle-diddle-um-dum-dum!"
  • Betty Boop: "Humpty Dumpty hear my plea, if you fall please fall for me!"


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  • Was released on the 23rd of June in 1933.
  • This is the first of Fleischer Studios' retellings of classic fairy tales starring Betty Boop. Its production number is FL3317. It was originally released theatrically on June 23, 1933.

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