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Betty Boop's Bizzy Bee (1932) Poster

Soundtracks

Soundtrack Credits 

Now's the Time to Fall in Love
(uncredited)
Written by Al Sherman and Al Lewis
Played during the opening credits
Also played later when Betty makes wheat cakes for the hippo and general chaos ensues
Sweet Betty
(uncredited)
Music by Sammy Timberg
Lyrics by Samuel Lerner
Sung during Betty Boop's "photo credit"
Also played when the giraffe eats the sign
Also played when Bimbo gives Betty a flower
Turkey in the Straw
(uncredited)
Traditional
[Played when the wheat cakes dance on the griddle]
It's a Great Life (If You Don't Weaken)
(uncredited)
Music by Richard A. Whiting and Newell Chase
Played when the wheat cakes burn on the griddle
Who's Your Little Who-Zis!
(uncredited)
Music by Ben Bernie and Al Goering
Played when Bimbo chases the heart with a net
When I Take My Sugar to Tea
(uncredited)
Music by Sammy Fain
Played when Bimbo looks over the menu
Just One More Chance
(uncredited)
Music by Arthur Johnston
Played when Bimbo shuffles the wheat cakes and then eats them
Jingle Bells
(uncredited)
Music by James Pierpont
Played when the flies skate on the soup
Just a Melody for a Memory
(uncredited)
Music by Sammy Fain and Jay Gorney
Played when Betty apologizes to Koko
Auld Lang Syne
(uncredited)
Traditional
[Played when the men shake hands]
Pass the Sugar
(uncredited)
Written by Abner Silver and Joe Keden
Sung by Betty and various characters
Daisy Bell
(uncredited)
Written by Harry Dacre
Played when Bimbo rides the egg beater
Singin' in the Bathtub
(uncredited)
Music by Michael Cleary
Played when the dishes wash themselves
Rogue's Song
(uncredited)
Traditional
[Played when the hippo comes in and orders wheat cakes]
You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?)
(uncredited)
Written by Walter Donaldson
Played when the hippo orders more wheat cakes
There Ought to Be a Moonlight Saving Time
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Richman
Played when the moon eats the wheat cakes
Dancing to Save Your Sole
(uncredited)
Music by Abel Baer
Played when the hippo and others begin to feel unwell
Marche funèbre (Funeral March)
(uncredited)
Music by Frédéric Chopin
Played briefly when the moon is put on a stretcher

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