|The Romance of Betty Boop|
The Romance of Betty Boop
- Betty Boop: "A girl gets so lonesome reaching for the stars all by herself..."
- Betty Boop: "I'm an all American woman! A yanky doodle dandy so don't mess with me!"
- Beverly: "Betty you'll never guess who just came into the club! It's your dreamboat you're so crazy about Waldo Van Lavish! See?!"
- Betty Boop: " I got three more shows to do and I'm too pooped to boop!"
- Fearless Fred: "Ice, I have ice, ice man!"
- Tracy: "Boring, trez boring!"
- Waldo Van Lavish: "A moment Tracy this looks interesting!"
- Betty Boop: "The little lady says DROP DEAD!"
- Betty Boop: "Yeah, I'm a lucky girl!"
- Waldo Van Lavish: "Here she is, Dad. I think you'll agree."
- Waldo Van Lavish: "She'll be just perfect for your new upstairs maid."
- Betty Boop: "Oh, thank you Waldo...upstairs maid?"
- Betty Boop: "This is one Boop who won't stoop for gold!"
- * Telephone rings: Betty Boop: "Hold it! Hello? Betty Boop speaking...you saw my act at the Club Bubbles and ya want me to come to Hollywood for a screen test? Oh, Freddy it's a chance of a lifetime. What should I do?"
Cast & Crew
- Desirée Goyette as Betty Boop
- Bill Melendez (Director)
- Ron Friedman (Writer) as Ethnic Voices
- Frank W. Buxton as Polly
- Sandy Kenyon as Uncle Mischa
- Sean Allan as Freddie
- George R. Wendt as Johnny Throat and Punchie
- Robert Towers as Chuckles
- Marsha Meyers as Beverly
- John Stephenson as the Announcer
- Derek McGrath as Waldo Van Lavish
- "Boop Oop a Doop" performed by Desiree Goyette (Also known as "Just Give 'Em Your Boop Oop a Doop")
- "Betty Boop Is My Name" performed by Desiree Goyette (Also known as "Independent Girl")
- "BIR MIR BIST DU SCHOEN"
- "Boop Boogie"
- "Bridal Chorus"
- "Johnny Throat"
- "I Wanna Be Loved By You"
- "Drop Dead"
- "Works so Hard"
- "Underclass Chit-chat"
- "Nautical but nice"
- "Wedding March"
- "My Clavicle"
- "Kiss her dummy"
- "The End"
- Set in 1939, the curvy and vivacious Betty Boop can think of nothing but meeting and marrying wealthy playboy Waldo Van Lavish, leaving her no time for her devoted admirer Freddie The Iceman, a humble and good-hearted lad. The fun begins when her romantic troubles triple as Johnny Throat, a repulsive mobster, takes over the club where Betty works as a chorus girl and attempts to win her over as well.