The rag and bone man passes through Betty's neighborhood.
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The first appearance of Betty Boop as totally human, with the dog ears turned into earrings. Betty has trouble keeping the top of her dress to stay up. Koko appears to be gay! Song "Any Rags" written... (more)
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An EARLY reference to Gay culture.new
|Comments By: Chuck Anziulewicz|
This cartoon is notable for its very early reference to homosexuality. About five minutes into the cartoon, a figurine of Atlas is being auctioned off by Betty's friend, Bimbo. Koko the clown agrees to purchase the figurine, acting very effeminately in... (read more)
|Comments By: Karl_Dan|
The cartoon opens with a very catchy "Rag" type song, "Here comes the old rag man". Bimbo is the rag man, or junk man. He walks along the city street, taking a policeman's clothes, the stipes off a barber pole, etc. He sings a... (read more)
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