Wednesday, October 28, 2015

WACKY WEDNESDAY: Spooky Betty Boop



For the last Wacky Wednesday before Halloween, here's a Betty Boop at her spooky best.

Mysterious Mose, released in December 1930 was one of Betty's first appearances and it's a fright-filled doozy. She literally gets scared out of her nightshirt by strange noises in the night. Notice that in this one she still has dog ears. Betty started out as a strange Poddle/woman hybrid.

 

Betty teamed up with singer Cab Calloway for several cartoon shorts. St. James Infirmary is especially Halloween appropriate. (For more on that song, CLICK HERE)



Finally here's Betty at her own Halloween party.

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