Betty Boop and Bimbo take a wild streetcar ride to Crazy Town, where birds swim, fish fly, and everthing else reverses normal behavior.




Uncredited cast:
Billy Murray ...
Bimbo (voice) (uncredited)
Betty Boop / Beauty Shop Customer 1 / Beauty Shop Customer 2 (voice) (uncredited)


Betty and Bimbo take a trolley ride to Crazy Town, as Betty sings, "Let's Go Crazy." They arrive at a station, Crazy Town pulls in, and they get aboard. Things are upside down there: fish fly, birds swim; a fellow dons hats on his feet and a shoe on his head; an old man eats a banana peel and tosses away the fruit. A fish catches a man, and a horse, with pooper-scooper in hoof, follows a man. Bimbo heads for a barber shop where bald men get hair clipped onto their heads and the shoeshine boy shines bare feet. Betty goes to a beauty salon where women trade in their heads for new ones. At the zoo, animals behave like their opposites. It's time for Betty's encore, "Let's Go Crazy." Written by <>

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25 March 1932 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Cidade Louca  »

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Included in the Rhino Home Video compilation "Bambi Meets Godzilla and Other Weird Cartoons". See more »


Edited into The Big Fun Carnival (1957) See more »


Who's Your Little Who-Zis!
Music by Ben Bernie and Al Goering
Played when Bimbo swings Betty around at the end
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Nice Short
23 December 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Crazy Town (1932)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Betty Boop and Bimbo travel to Crazy Town, a place where everything happens in a way it's not suppose to. Birds swim. Fish fly. Lions are pets. Mice are dangerous. This was included on a "crazy cartoons" collection and doesn't really feature too much crazy or controversial things but it's a nice little short none the less. Fleischer has a nice imagination at work as we get all sorts of things not working or acting the way they should. This makes for some nice visuals but I never really laughed at any of it. Boop certainly is the highlight here as she sings and dances a few times in the film.

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