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Betty Boop With Henry The Funniest Living American

Alternate Title: Betty Boop With Henry

Betty Boop With Henry The Funniest Living American (Betty Boop With Henry) (1935) - Betty Boop Theatrical Cartoon Series Betty Boop With Henry The Funniest Living American

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Fleischer Studios Mae Questel, Ann Rothschild Dave Fleischer Max Fleischer, Adolph Zukor Sammy Timberg
  • 1935
  • Fleischer Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • Betty Boop Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Betty Boop, Henry.
  • Vocal Talent: Mae Questel, Ann Rothschild (Betty Boop).
  • Directed By Dave Fleischer.
  • Produced By Max Fleischer.
    Executive Producer: Adolph Zukor.
  • Animated By Sam Stimson, Myron Waldman.

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Betty runs a pet shop where Henry wants to buy a puppy. Betty sings, "Everybody Oughta Have a Pet." Henry, the bald little boy of comic strip fame, agrees and...  (more)

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In printed form, Henry was essentially a visual gag character who had ironic experiences. He was essentially mute, which added to his charm. What is interesting is that his placement in this Betty Boop vehicle is an attempt at a pilot for a series as Popeye was...  (read more)

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Actually, in 1935 Henry probably WAS the funniest living American. But apart from the terrific opening gag, the Fleischers have more-or-less turned his cartoon debut into a sappy one (it's another Pudgy cartoon, with Betty sobbing her eyes out...  (read more)

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Though not a great cartoon in its own right, lacking any vestige of the Fleischer's innovative styling, this is neverthelwss intriguing just because Henry is such a bizarre character and, as in Betty's encounter with the Little King, it's...  (read more)

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