|The New Deal Show|
The New Deal Show
The New Deal Show (1937)
Betty Boop produces a pet show in which the pets use unusual devices to assist them in their normal behavior.
- Betty Boop: "Aha, hello everybody!"
- Betty Boop: "C'mon out Rover!'"
- Betty Boop "Atta boy! Isn't he just too too?"
- Betty Boop
- Rover the Dog
Cast & Crew
- Mae Questel as Betty Boop
- Jack Mercer as Chicken/Misc
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- Adolph Zukor (Producer)
- Hicks Lokey (Animator)
- Lillian Friedman (Animator)
- Was released on the 22nd of October in 1937.
- The instrumental opening music that plays at the beginning of the cartoon is "Brotherly Love", a song from the Popeye cartoon of the same name.
- While performing her song, Betty can be seen tap dancing, and also singing scat lyrics other than "Boop Oop a Doop", such as "Tweet-Tweet-Tweet", "Twa-Twa-Twa" (which she had used in the 1933 cartoon I Heard) and other scat singing such as "Wha-Da-De", "Za-Su-Sa".
- One of the inventions featured, the corn on the cob typewriter, was originally featured in the 1932 cartoon entitled Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions (alongside several others).