"All the the day, and all through the night, it's noise," sings an annoyed Betty who can't sleep with a train outside her bedroom window, along with construction workers with jackhammers. "Oh, there is no pity in this great, big city...for all the noise, noise, noise!"
She decides to get away from it all, so she packs her things and drives out to the country, literally parking her car right on the front porch of a country home (which apparently is uninhabited).
Betty begins to relax with a book but soon discovers noises and irritations of a different variety, like ducks and a variety of very hostile insects.
This was another "no place like home" or "the grass is always greener on the other side," story but had very few laughs and no music, the two things that made Betty Boop cartoons so popular.
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