It is ironic that I watched this Betty Boop cartoon when I did. Just a few minutes earlier, I watched her in "So Does an Automobile"--in which Betty is a nurse at a hospital for sick cars. Here in "A Song a Day", she's a nurse in a hospital for sick animals! But, since it is a cartoon, these are not necessarily normal animals but include pigs, hippos and monkeys! When all the animals seem very sick and depressed, Betty calls Grampy for help. As usual, Grampy comes up with an invention to help--and he rigs up a contraption that plays a zippy jazz tune and all the animals dance about merrily. While it might sound a bit stupid, it actually works because the tune is so infectious. Enjoyable but a cartoon with practically no plot at all.
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