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Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1932)

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Betty Boop, a nursemaid, meets a masher in the park; with the Bouncing Ball, Ethel Merman sings the title song.

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Betty Boop, a nursemaid, meets a masher in the park; with the Bouncing Ball, Ethel Merman sings the title song.

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The title refers to the 1910 song "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" with music by Leo Friedman and lyrics by Beth Slater Whitson. The song was first recorded by The Peerless Quartet. See more »

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LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART
Music by Leo Friedman (1910)
Lyrics by Beth Slater Whitson
Sung by Ethel Merman
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Worth it for Ethel Merman
10 May 2003 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Ethel Merman in her youth looks good and sounds good, not quite as brassy as in her later years. Her song, which she performs as her human self rather than in animation, has only the flimsiest relationship to the cartoon. The cartoon is a pointless and very politically incorrect story in which Betty Boop is won over by what today would be called sexual harassment.


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