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Betty in Blunderland (1934)

Approved | | Animation, Short, Comedy | 6 April 1934 (USA)
The White Rabbit materializes from a jigsaw puzzle and leads Betty Boop through the looking glass into Wonderland.

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Betty falls asleep doing a jigsaw puzzle and finds herself through the looking glass into a modern, urban wonderland. The shrinking potion comes from a "Shrinkola" dispenser. When most of the characters assemble, Betty sings "How Do You Do" to them. But the jabberwock steals Betty away, and everyone comes to her rescue. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Betty im Flunkerland  »

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Loosely based on "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll. In particular, the visuals seem to be based on the film adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (1933) also by Paramount Studios. See more »


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Everyone Says I Love You
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Music by Harry Ruby
Lyrics by Bert Kalmar
Sung as "How Do You Do?" by Bonnie Poe
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my childhood memory
19 February 2004 | by (San Francisco, CA) – See all my reviews

My grandmother gave me two videos when I was a child, one of Betty Boop and one of Popeye. I really liked them as a kid, and now I'm taking a history of animation class and we just went over some Betty Boop cartoons. It reminded my of that video so long ago, so in my paper I mentioned the movie. It's a very surreal and entertaining cartoon. I've always found the old animations to be creepy, only now have I realised why, they don't use any of the physical laws that the new cartoons tend to stick with. Nothing stays the same shape, everything is alive, it's quite creepy, and fun.


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