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Dizzy Dishes (1930)

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Betty Boop (with dog's ears) is entertainer in a restaurant for dogs; a waiter joins the floor show to the neglect of patrons.


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Uncredited cast:
William Costello ...
Gus Gorilla (voice) (uncredited)
Margie Hines ...
Betty Boop / Singing Cats (voice) (uncredited)
Billy Murray ...
Bimbo (voice) (uncredited)


Betty Boop (with dog's ears) is entertainer in a restaurant for dogs; a waiter joins the floor show to the neglect of patrons.

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9 August 1930 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Betty Boop, as an unnamed dog, makes her first appearance in this cartoon. In later films she loses the dog ears and becomes the familiar human character we know today. See more »


Gus Gorilla: [Gus Gorilla] Where's MY roast duck?
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Referenced in The X-Files: Fight Club (2000) See more »


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Performed by Margie Hines
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I feel weird...
6 March 2009 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

...Never in my life have I watched a Betty Boop cartoon - until today. I thought I could give this one a go, as this was Betty's debut and I wanted to see what she would be like.

Betty Boop only appears in this odd and old episode for a little bit of it, but seems to be an important character. In this appearance she has dog ears, to attract the dog waiter who is the main centre of the episode. He is catering for a pub-type place with a stage for dancers (Betty Boop is a dancer and the waiter seems to dance for her later because he loves her so much). The main plot-line of the episode is the fact that the waiter is incredibly slow and everyone is waiting for him. The most stressed out customer is a rather big dog who wants roast duck. The waiter is just about to bring the roast duck to him until he is distracted by Betty Boop and dances with the duck (cooked and prepared).

Anyhow, that's pretty much the plot of the episode. I thought it was cute, entertaining and one that I would watch again. As for Betty Boop, she was not a character to interest me enough (partly because she was not the main character), so I think I'll have to watch some newer episodes with her to have a better idea of her.

I recommend this episode to people who like lots of arbitrary dancing and music in a short cartoon episode and to people who want to see Betty's first appearance - with dog ears. Enjoy "Dizzy Dishes"! :-)

7 and a half out of ten.

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