While on shore leave, Popeye takes Olive Oyl to a carnival, where he is challenged by Bluto in various games. Later, while Popeye is dancing on stage with Betty Boop, Bluto seizes the opportunity to kidnap Olive, forcing Popeye to come to her rescue.Watch Now:Amazon
A reporter interviews Max Fleischer about his creation, and Betty illustrates with excerpts from three prior cartoons.Watch Now:Amazon
Pudgy the pup takes Betty Boop's advice ('Go Out and Make Friends With the World') to heart and befriends various wild animals.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty, while reading a book of Mother Goose stories, wishes she visit sucha a wonderful place. Betty's wish is granted when Mother Goose appears, and gives her a tour of Mother Goose Land. Betty has a wonderful time until Little Miss Muffet's spider chases her, with lecherous ends in mind.
Betty Boop and Little Jimmy are prevented by a thunderstorm from going to the carnival; the inventive Grampy devises a substitute.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty, Koko, and Bimbo drive at the auto races; Betty has a cold, and her sneezes help her win.Watch Now:Amazon
Against Betty Boop's orders (and to his own discomfiture), Pudgy the Pup accompanies a dalmatian fire dog to a fire.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop is so delighted with her new fox fur that Pudgy the Pup grows jealous, then thinks he's killed it...Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop campaigns for Grampy for Mayor; he wins by one vote, but finds politics is no picnic. Urban renewal is parodied.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty responds to an ad for employment ("Girl Wanted--Top Floor--Female Preferred"), along with an enormous group of fellow applicants. When the interviewing manager asks Betty what she can do, Betty replies in song that she can't type or take dictation, but that she can provide other benefits. The businessman sends the other applicants away via a trap door, and hires Betty. Betty is happy with her new job, but the boss soon takes liberties with his employee. Scared, Betty calls for help. The police arrive on the scene, making several futile attempts to enter the building. They finally whittle down the skyscraper by firing machine guns into it. Betty and her boss appear in silhouette behind the window shade, but when the shade is raised, the two are locked in an embrace. Betty exclaims "Fresh!" and pulls the shade back down for some privacy.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop runs out of gas while driving through hillbilly country. When she goes up to a nearby shack to ask for help, the locals appear suspicious of the stranger, but Betty wins them over with her dancing. Soon, the entire clan is making music and dancing. Betty's new friends help her on her way by filling her gas tank with a jug of "corn dripp'ns".Watch Now:Amazon
The Little King, comic strip character, meets Betty Boop.Watch Now:Amazon
The White Rabbit materializes from a jigsaw puzzle and leads Betty Boop through the looking glass into Wonderland.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop appears on stage in a vaudeville theatre. Her act consists of imitations of real-life singers, including Helen Kane, Fanny Brice and Maurice Chevalier. The cartoon audience enthusiastically cheers and applauds.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop gives Pudgy the pup a pep talk when he's called a nobody.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop, annoyed by 'public pests' like backslappers, gum parkers, and mud splashers, imagines what she'd do to them if she were a judge.Watch Now:Amazon
In a circus tent, Betty, Bimbo and Koko demonstrate some gadgets reminiscent of TV ads; an animated sewing machine gets out of hand.Watch Now:Amazon
As the cartoon proper begins, a lion on roller skates (made of rabbits) rushes from his guard post atop a mountain, racing into a nearby village crying "Look out! The Old Man of the Mountain!" The lions warning sparks a mass exodus of the other animals who pack up their things and start to flee as the lion continues to warn "Look out! The Old Man of the Mountain!" In time, Betty Boop emerges from a guest house in order to find out what is going on. She confronts a passing owl, who in song describes the Old Man of the Mountain, a predatory hermit who threatens the livelihood of the villagers, particularly the women. Despite the owl's warnings, Betty is curious and declares, "well, I'm going to see that old man of the mountain", and starts a trek up the mountainside. She passes several people fleeing from the Old Man, including a woman pushing a carriage with her triplets--who look suspiciously like the Old Man of the Mountain. When Betty gets to the top of the mountain, the Old Man of the Mountain emerges from behind a rock. Over twice as tall as Betty, the Old Man backs the girl into his cave and, as Betty fights off his advances, begins to sing with her a duet of (Calloway's) "You've Got to Hi-De-Hi." Betty loosens up and joins in, and the two begin to flirt with each other. After his first verse, the Old Man looms menacingly over Betty. "Whatcha gonna do now?" Betty asks, frightened. "Gonna do the best I can," the Old Man replies, launching into a jazzy dance routine. The Old Man and Betty continue to dance together, but when the song is over, the Old Man makes a lustful grab for Betty, who runs for her life back down the mountainside. The Old Man makes chase, and grabs Betty just long enough to catch hold of her dress, which Betty jumps out of. As Betty finds refuge behind a large tree in her underwear, her dress comes to life and slaps the Old Man before running back to its owner. Betty climbs the tree to apparent safety, but as the Old Man comes
Betty Boop takes her stage act on the road, and plays in Japan to great acclaim.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty tries a regime of exercise, but her weight loss gets out of hand. She sings "Keep Your Girlish Figure."Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop is baking a cake, when Irving the practical joker comes for a visit. Betty becomes the victim of such pranks as shaking a false hand and getting squirted in the face. Betty calls on Grampy for help and he quickly rigs his apartment to counteract Irving's pranks and send him on his way. Irving gets the last laugh, when Grampy lights the candle on the cake. Irving replaced the candle with a firecracker before he left.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop tries to give Pudgy the Pup a bath, with slapstick results.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty is the best of things: she wants to bake a cake. But then a fly appears and makes it white hot.Watch Now:Amazon
At Betty Boop's Auto Hospital, the cars are treated for various human like ailments.Watch Now:Amazon
After a short live action performance by the Royal Samoans, Bimbo appears on screen playing a ukelele while riding in a motorboat. The motorboat goes faster and faster, until it crashes into a tropical island. Bimbo flies into the air and lands in another boat, this one containing a topless (except for a strategically placed lei) and dark-skinned Betty Boop. Bimbo and Betty, after nearly falling down a waterfall, are flung from the boat into a clearing surrounded by hostile trees, who torment the two. A group of savages appears, but Bimbo disguises himself by painting his face and sticking a bone in his hair. Bimbo is treated as an honored guest, and to a performance of Betty dancing the hula. A sudden rainstorm washes off Bimbo's disguise, and he and Betty make a hasty escape from the angry savages. After another rapid boat ride, Bimbo and Betty ride up the Mississippi River, where they attempt to kiss in private behind an umbrella (with a convenient hole).
It's Betty's birthday, but she's in the kitchen washing dishes and wishing she had a man. Betty's pals, including Bimbo and Koko, throw her a party.Watch Now:Amazon
An elephant punctures a rubber tree, whose spraying sap turns the whole town rubbery. Betty and the gang use their new found limberness to dance and sing.
A door to door salesman visits Betty Boop's home with a long line of useless household gadgets.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty runs for the office of President against Mr. Nobody.Watch Now:Amazon
After a live action introduction featuring Louis Armstrong and his orchestra, the short opens in the jungle, with Betty being carried on a litter by Bimbo and Koko. A horde of African savages descends on the trio, and runs off with Betty. Koko and Bimbo try to find the missing Betty, but end up in the cannibals' cooking pot. They climb a tree and escape, but are pursued by the enormous disembodied head of a savage (with the voice of Louis Armstrong). Koko and Bimbo eventually find Betty tied to a stake, surrounded by dancing natives. Koko and Bimbo help Betty escape by firing porcupine quills at the savages. The trio races off, hotly pursued by spear-tossing natives. The three finally reach safety after crossing a mountain, whose erupting peak flings the savages into space.
Koko is recruiting customers for a 50 cent sightseeing tour of the museum. Betty is Koko's only passenger. Betty gets locked inside by accident. The skeletons from the displays come to life and chase Betty, until she is finally rescued by Bimbo.
A destitute Betty is evicted from her home. As she leaves, a for sale sign appears on the property. As the camera pulls back, more and more signs appear, until the whole Earth is for sale. The moon and the planets start bidding on the Earth, and argue over who has made the highest bid. An irate Saturn uses a magnet to eliminate gravity, pulling Betty and everyone on Earth into space.Watch Now:Amazon
A magic mirror, with a face resembling Cab Calloway, proclaims Betty Boop to be "the fairest in the land", much to the anger of the Queen. The Queen orders her guards Bimbo and Koko to behead Betty. With tears in their eyes, they take Betty into the forest and prepare to execute her. Betty escapes into a frozen river, which encloses her in a coffin of ice. This block slips downhill to the home of the seven dwarfs, who carry the frozen Betty into an enchanted cave. Meanwhile, Koko falls down a hole and arrives at the same cave, where the evil Queen turns him into a grotesque creature, all while singing the St James Infirmary Blues. With her rivals disposed of, the Queen again asks the magic mirror who the fairest in the land is, but the mirror explodes in a puff of magic smoke that returns Betty and Koko to their normal states and changes the Queen into a hideous monster. The queen monster chases the protagonists until Koko grabs its tongue and, with one mighty yank turns it inside out. Betty, Koko, and Bimbo dance around in a circle of victory as the film ends.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty, Bimbo and Koko are the owners of a travelling medicine show. They are selling "Jippo", an all-purpose health tonic. Koko's contortionist display doesn't convince the local townsfolk to open their wallets, but Betty gets the whole town eager to buy their product. Even though it's only water, drinking the tonic causes everyone to exhibit strange side-effects, from unusual hair growth to rapid de-aging.
For customer Betty Boop, psychic reader Prof. Bimbo conjures up an adventure on a haunted tropical island in his crystal ball.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty is the owner and operator of the Bizzy Bee, a popular lunchwagon in the city. Even though the only item on the menu is hotcakes, the place is always packed, thanks to Betty's cute face. A running gag centers around a hippo vainly requesting that someone "please pass the sugar;" in the end, he is inundated with sugar.
At Bimbo's Experimental Laboratory, Bimbo and Koko concoct a variety of compounds and elixirs. Their scientific experiments are interrupted when they see a bathing-suit clad Betty taking a shower on the roof of her penthouse. Distracted by Betty as she sings "Penthouse Serenade," the two fail to realize the chemicals they've mixed are still on the boil, one of which turns into a Frankenstein-style monster. The creature sees Betty, and crosses over the phone wire to menace Betty. Betty sprays the monster with flower spray, which turns him into a harmless dancing flower. Betty giggles and says, "You nutty dope fiend!"
Betty Boop's stage show takes a new turn when Pudgy the pup and his feline enemy get into the act.
While a mechanical robot is robbing an exhibit of precious gems and jewelry, Lois Lane sneaks into the robot's storage bin and is taken back to the hideout of the inventor, who in turn quickly captures her. When Superman arrives to rescue Lois, the inventor sets his small army of robots loose in an effort to stop him.Watch Now:Amazon
When a professor's experiments with his "magnetic telescope" endangers the city by pulling in a flaming comet from space, the mayor orders a stop to the experiments. Believing in the importance of his research and confident he can exert greater control of his device, he ignores the order and proceeds with plans to pull a larger comet in for a closer look. When the city police disable the telescope, the incoming comet descends out of control, forcing Superman to intervene to save the city from certain destruction.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop's Swing Band visits an Indian reservation. The Indians borrow all the musical instruments, but not knowing their real purpose, they find odd uses for them. Betty demonstrates the correct use of the kettle drum and teaches the braves the true meaning of 'rhythm.'
After the Daily Planet receives a letter from a mad scientist threatening to wreak destruction with his "Electrothanasia Ray", Lois Lane heads out in the hopes of getting more information for a news story. The scientist captures her and then makes good on his threats, leading Superman to intervene to save the city and rescue Lois.Watch Now:Amazon
Lois Lane and Clark Kent arrive on Monokoa to report on efforts being taken to divert the flow of lava away from a city at the base of a previously-dormant volcano that is expected to erupt soon. When the volcano does erupt, falling debris damages the blasting equipment and endangers the workers and Lois Lane, forcing Superman to come to the rescue.Watch Now:Amazon
Popeye visits Olive Oyl, who is working as a dancer in a cantina in Mexico. Bluto the Bandit shows up and scares off everyone except Popeye. After failing to beat him in various challenges, Bluto sets his gang on Popeye while he goes after Olive.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Lois Lane and Clark Kent are at a circus covering the events underway when one of the star attractions, a giant gorilla, is accidentally set loose. The gorilla goes on a rampage and chases after Lois, and in the process sets loose yet more circus animals. With the situation out of control and lives at stake, Clark is forced to step in as Superman.Watch Now:Amazon
Olive Oyl's singing about wanting a clean shaven man prompts Popeye and Bluto to rush off to Wimpy’s barber shop to correct their disheveled appearances. With Wimpy out of the shop, the pair agree to “fix each other up”.Watch Now:Amazon
Betty Boop quits her job as overworked short-order cook to run an automated baby-care center. Will she regret it?
Lois Lane is covering an exhibit at a museum featuring a giant monster found frozen but preserved in ice by an expedition in the Arctic. When the refrigeration system keeping the monster frozen fails, the ice thaws and the monster wakens. When Clark Kent learns that the monster is running amuck in the city, he heads out as Superman to rescue Lois and stop the monster. Recap: Archeologists find a Tyranosaurus trapped in ice in Siberia and transport the ice block to the city where it's displayed at the Museum of Natural Science. Lois is assigned the story of checking the ice's condition. When an accident causes the ice to melt, the monster comes to life! Lois phones the city desk the story, while the police unsuccessfully fire on the monster. Escaping the museum, the creature leaves a trail of destruction through the city. Seeing a ticker tape of the story at the Daily Planet, Clark Kent changes to Superman and flies to the museum. He finds Lois under the rubble, then pursues the monster. Superman plugs up a damaged dam and holds up a bridge destroyed by the monster. Then he trips the monster, and after saving Lois and her camera from nearly being eaten, stops the monster.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Lois Lane is aboard a train that is carrying a shipment of gold to the Mint, when masked bandits hijack the train in an attempt to steal the gold. When an alert reaches the Daily Planet that the train is out of control, Clark Kent sneaks off to head out as Superman to save Lois and the train. Recap: The Daily Planet announces a billion dollars in gold is being shipped by train. Clark sees Lois off and leave on the train. Meanwhile, a carload of masked gangsters follows the train in a car. The gangsters separate a train car with guards, and overpower other guards. Discovering what's happening Lois tries to stop the train and finding a gun fires at the gangster's pursuing car. At the Daily Planet, Clark seeing a ticker tape saying the train is going wild changes to Superman. Superman pulls the train tracks aside to stop the train colliding with a train car carrying explosives, saves the falling train after the gangsters blow up a bridge, and pulls the train uphill despite tear gas and gun attacks by the gangsters. After getting the train to the government mint, Superman captures the gangsters providing another scoop for Lois.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes