This early entry in the Talkartoon series is centered on a busy cabaret, and introduced a character modeled after Helen Kane who soon evolved into Betty Boop.
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The first Betty Boop prototype. Betty is unnamed in this cartoon; she has dog ears and houndlike jowls. Appearing in only one brief scene, Betty portrays a sexy canine who sings in a cabaret full of... (more)
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|Comments By: Albert_Steg|
This is where it all began for Betty Boop: as a singing dog in a nightclub (check out her ears). She's a supporting character in this 'toon, in which Bimbo the dog (later her sidekick!) plays a harried waiter in a nightclub struggling to keep up with... (read more)
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|Comments By: Karl_Dan|
The cartoon opens with a jazzy song about the caberet or night club. A chorus of kittys is really rockin' the joint. A jivin' dog waitor shuffles up to a tough looking customer and takes his order for roast duck. As he goes back into the kitchen... (read more)
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