| Musical Justice
Musical Justice (1931)
Musical Justice stars Rudy Vallée as judge and His Connecticut Yankees as jury presiding over the Court of Musical Justice. the judge hears three separate cases. The final case is the State vs. Betty Boop, in which the judge tells Miss Boop (who is played by Mae Questel) that "she has broken every law of music. Boop's rendition of "Don't Take My Boop-Oop-A-Doop Away" results in a verdict of being not guilty.
- Judge: "State Vs Betty charged by Police for disturbing the national musical peace!"
- Judge "Who knows how much damage she did come forward Betty the Boop-a-Doop kid!"
- Betty Boop: "I do!"
- Bailiff: "What is your full name?"
- Betty Boop: "BETTY BOOP!"
- Bailiff: "Convenient..."
- Judge: "Young lady you have broken every law of music!"
- Judge: "What is more you have spread the habit to every man woman and child!"
- Betty Boop: "Oh... no your honor anything but that..."
- Judge: "Boop-Oop-a-Dooping must stop!"
- Betty Boop: "Oh, please your honor anything but that..."
- Judge: "We must take away your Boop-Oop-a-Doop!"
- Betty Boop: "Oh, please your honor have mercy... listen to my plea?"
- Judge: "Gentlemen!"
- Judge: "What is your verdict?"
- Defense: "NOT GUILTY! BOOP-OOP-A-DOOP!"
- Betty Boop: "Boop-Oopy-Doop!"
- Betty Boop
- Divorced Wife
Cast & Crew
- Mae Questel as Betty Boop
- Rudy Vallée as Judge
- Connecticut Yankees as Defense
- Victor Young as Judicial Bandleader
- Harriet Hillard as Divorced Wife
- Sammy Timberg (Writer)
- Samuel Lerner (Writer)
- Aubrey Scotto (Director)
- Helen M. Strauss (Continuity)
- "Don't Take My Boop-Oop-A-Doop Away"
- "A Little Kiss Each Morning"