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Betty Boop, M.D.

Betty Boop, M.D. (1932) - Betty Boop Theatrical Cartoon Series Betty Boop, M.D.

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Cartoon Summary:

A wagon comes to a small town, where it is greeted by an enthusiastic crowd. It contains a group of itinerant patent medicine hawkers (Betty, Koko and Bimbo), selling a product called Jippo (which is later revealed to be tap water). Bimbo sneaks a swig for himself and begins sputtering in a peculiar way. After Bimbo sputters and spits a bit, he settles down to sing a quiet version of "Nobody's Sweetheart," a song about a prostitute! Finally, a baby takes a swig of Jippo and metamorphoses into a Fredric March-like Mr. Hyde.

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