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Betty Boop's Bizzy Bee (1932)

Everyone loves the wheat cakes served by short-order cook Betty, but they have a drawback. With Bimbo and Koko, no bee is involved.

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Betty Boop (voice) (uncredited)
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Bimbo (voice) (uncredited)
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Everyone loves the wheat cakes served by short-order cook Betty, but they have a drawback. With Bimbo and Koko, no bee is involved.

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19 August 1932 (USA)  »

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A Abelhinha de Betty Boop  »

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(at around 5 mins) Betty's mouth doesn't move when she says, "Wheat cakes coming!" See more »

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You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?)
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Written by Walter Donaldson
Played when the hippo orders more wheat cakes
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Just plain bizarre!

This is the strangest Betty Boop I have ever seen in my life! Bit and pieces make a strange kind of sense here and there, but it has to be easily the oddest Betty Boop made. Hard to describe, as it must be seen if it's to make even marginal sense at all. The ending is obvious to me-at least I think it is. I can't be at all certain. If you like Betty, then you'll probably like this one. Worth watching. Recommended to fans of Betty Boop.


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