|Out Of The Inkwell|
Out Of The Inkwell
- Janitor: "Thinks I'm gone try that!"
- Janitor: "Well lucky here..."
- Betty Boop: "Oh, so you think that's funny huh?"
- Janitor: "You is now a high diver!"
- Betty Boop: "Look here you better start working right now!"
- Janitor: "Now you is a rubber woman!"
- Betty Boop: "You stop this and go to work right this minute! You've rested long enough!"
- Betty Boop: "Maybe some fresh air will pep you up!"
- Betty Boop: "Now your gonna work, Dunka Hunk A Lunka!"
- Betty Boop: "Dunka Lunk Boop-Oopy-Doo!"
- Betty Boop
Cast & Crew
- "Dunka Hunka Lunka"
- Was released on the 22nd of April in 1938.
- Fraught with racial innuendo, one of Betty's tricks includes turning the Black man White for a split-second.
- Another stereotype is that the cartoon portrays African-Americans as lazy.
- Is the second time Betty comes out of the Inkwell, the first being Betty Boop's Rise to Fame.