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A Little Soap and Water (1935)

Betty Boop tries to give Pudgy the Pup a bath, with slapstick results.

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Betty Boop tries to give Pudgy the Pup a bath, with slapstick results.

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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A Little Soap and Water
Written by Sammy Timberg
Sung by Betty while preparing Pudgy's bath and at the end
Played while Betty gives Pudgy his bath
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Words Of Wisdom From Betty's Song
28 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

"Wash away your troubles in the tub." Now those are words to live by - really! That's just one line of the lyrics in the opening Betty Boop is singing as she prepares a bath for her little dog Pudgy.

Pudgy, like most dogs, doesn't share our enthusiasm for a nice hot bath. What follows is Betty running around the house, crawling underneath the big living room rug and other hijinks while trying to get the dog to take a bath.

It's "cute" but it really isn't one of Betty's funnier cartoons. This very little to it except a few slapstick sight gags which are "okay" but nothing above that, humor-wise.


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