Betty Boop is queen of the Masquerade Ball where, among other antics, Bimbo and a lecherous old man vie for her affections.

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Ann Little ...
Betty Boop (voice) (uncredited)
Billy Murray ...
Bimbo (voice) (uncredited)
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Betty Boop is queen of the Masquerade Ball where, among other antics, Bimbo and a lecherous old man vie for her affections.

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7 November 1931 (USA)  »

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The first cartoon to feature Betty Boop drawn as a human being instead of a dog. See more »

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March Militaire
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Music by Franz Schubert
Played during the parade at the masquerade ball
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Betty holds her own in this early short in the series

This one consists principally of sight gags that arise out of Bimbo's mooning after Betty and both Betty and Bimbo dealing with the interest shown in Betty by a rather persistent and quite obvious suitor. Bimbo making cow eyes and chasing after Betty is fairly standard. The older fellow is what makes this one fascinating, for me at least. It's nice occasionally to have someone other than Bimbo or KoKo trying to catch Betty.

The Betty Boop personality is formed by this point, for the most part. The music is good, the comic timing is pretty good and the animation is excellent. Part of the Definitive Betty Boop box set and well worth having. Recommended.


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