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Betty Boop Fleischer Brothers Movies Online Streaming Guide

Betty Boop cartoons as produced by the Fleischer brothers between 1930 and 1939.

  • Dizzy Dishes

    August 8, 1930

    The Fleischer’s Talkartoon short that debuted the now infamous Betty Boop.

  • Barnacle Bill

    August 29, 1930

    Sailor Bimbo (as Barnacle Bill) jumps ship with his little black book and visits his lady friend, Betty Boop (with dog’s ears).

  • Mysterious Mose

    December 26, 1930

    Betty Boop (with dog’s ears) can’t sleep on a scary night, so she sings the title song and meets the gentleman in question…a surreal version of Bimbo.

  • Teacher's Pest

    February 6, 1931

    Elementary school-aged Bimbo is late to school, where he presents a note signed my father to his leonine bespectacled teacher.

  • The Bum Bandit

    April 3, 1931

    Masked bandit Bimbo holds up a train carrying someone tougher… Betty Boop (with dog’s ears), played by a different, deeper-voiced actress.

  • Silly Scandals

    May 22, 1931

    In a vaudeville act, Betty Boop (with dog’s ears) sings “You’re Drivin’ Me Crazy;” Bimbo sneaks into the show and runs afoul of a stage hypnotist.

  • Bimbo's Initiation

    July 24, 1931

    Bimbo finds himself surrounded by a mysterious group of robed figures who invite him to become a member of their secret organisation. When he refuses, they fling him through a nightmarish sequence of terror and torture devices. Will our hapless hero make it out alive?

  • Bimbo's Express

    August 21, 1931

    Betty Boop (with dog’s ears) is moving; Bimbo comes with his moving van and is smitten with her. Songs: “Moving Day,” “Hello Beautiful.”

  • Minding the Baby

    September 26, 1931

    Bimbo’s minding his baby brother, but neighbor Betty Boop (with dog’s ears) wants him to come over and play.

  • Kitty from Kansas City

    November 1, 1931

    Sun bonneted Betty Boop takes a train to “Rudy Valley” where she gains weight and Rudy Vallee performs the title song with Bouncing Ball.

  • Mask-A-Raid

    November 6, 1931

    Betty Boop is queen of the Masquerade Ball where, among other antics, Bimbo and a lecherous old man vie for her affections.

  • Jack and the Beanstalk

    November 20, 1931

    A Max & Dave Fleischer cartoon from 1931. Bimbo climbs a beanstalk to find Betty Boop enslaved by the giant.

  • Dizzy Red Riding-Hood

    December 12, 1931

    Betty Boop goes to Grandma’s through the woods despite wolf warnings; but Bimbo follows and gives the old story a new twist.

  • Any Rags

    January 1, 1932

    The rag and bone man passes through Betty Boop’s neighborhood.

  • Boop-Oop-A-Doop

    January 16, 1932

    In the circus, Betty Boop is the lion tamer, sings title tune on the high wire, and fights off the lecherous ringmaster.

  • The Robot

    February 5, 1932

    Bimbo is a mechanic whose girlfriend (not Betty) agrees to marry him if he wins a fight against “One-Round Mike.” Quick as a wink, he transforms his car into a robot to help him in the ring!

  • Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie

    March 4, 1932

    The Round Towners Quartet sings the title song with a Bouncing Ball. Cartoon sequence: Betty Boop and Bimbo go ice skating.

  • Minnie the Moocher

    March 11, 1932

    Betty Boop and Bimbo run away from home, but that night they are scared by a chorus of ghosts singing the title song.

  • S.O.S.

    March 11, 1932

    A sinking ship leaves three survivors on a life raft: Bimbo, Koko and Betty Boop. Good news/bad news: they’re rescued by a pirate ship…

  • Crazy-Town

    March 25, 1932

    Betty Boop and Bimbo take a wild streetcar ride to Crazy Town, where birds swim, fish fly, and everthing else reverses normal behavior.

  • Just One More Chance

    April 1, 1932

    Betty Boop entertains at a gambling den with Bimbo in attendance; Arthur Jarrett (film debut) sings the title song with a Bouncing Ball.

  • The Dancing Fool

    April 7, 1932

    Daredevil sign painters Bimbo and Koko like what they see through the window of Betty Boop’s Dancing School, and stay for a lesson.

  • Chess-Nuts

    April 12, 1932

    An initially realistic chess game becomes a chaotic, animated quest for the favors of Betty Boop (the black queen) by Bimbo (white king) and others, with elements of bowling and football. Koko appears.

  • Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning

    April 21, 1932

    Reis and Dunn (with Betty Boop) sing the Irving Berlin song with a Bouncing Ball. In a cartoon army camp, everything rises before the soldiers.

  • A Hunting We Will Go

    April 28, 1932

    Koko the Clown and Bimbo overhear Betty Boop singing about how much she wants a fur coat. That’s enough for them. Now they’re off to bag themselves a moose, a bear, a fox, a lion, a leopard. It doesn’t much matter as long as a fur coat will bag Betty. But neither of them are especially competent at the sport. Koko has to put up with a moose that fires back; while Bimbo suffers the wrath of a lion who multiplies after being shot. And neither hunter accounts for Betty’s fickleness or her kind heart.

  • Let Me Call You Sweetheart

    May 19, 1932

    Betty Boop, a nursemaid, meets a masher in the park; with the Bouncing Ball, Ethel Merman sings the title song.

  • Admission Free

    June 9, 1932

    Koko and Bimbo visit Betty Boop’s penny arcade, Bimbo to flirt with Betty; but his turn at the shooting gallery becomes a hunting trip.

  • The Betty Boop Limited

    July 1, 1932

    On a special train, Betty’s show troupe rehearses: Betty sings, Bimbo juggles, and Koko does a soft-shoe. The train itself also does tricks.

  • You Try Somebody Else

    July 28, 1932

    Ethel Merman sings the title song with a Bouncing Ball. Animated sequence: a cat burglar, just out of jail, raids Betty Boop’s icebox.

  • Stopping the Show

    August 11, 1932

    At the theatre, a ‘Paramouse Noose Reel’ and a Bimbo and Koko cartoon are followed by Betty Boop’s stage performance; she sings and does imitations of Fanny Brice and Maurice Chevalier.

  • Betty Boop's Bizzy Bee

    August 18, 1932

    Everyone loves the wheat cakes served by short-order cook Betty, but they have a drawback. With Bimbo and Koko; no bee is involved.

  • Betty Boop, M.D.

    September 1, 1932

    Betty, Koko and Bimbo sell a weird concoction in their medicine show.

  • Rudy Vallee Melodies

    September 4, 1932

    Betty Boop, trying to keep a party lively, is aided by Rudy Vallee, who comes to live-action life from a sheet music cover and sings several songs with the Bouncing Ball.

  • Just a Gigolo

    September 8, 1932

    Irene Bordoni sings the title song in French and English with a Bouncing Ball. Cartoon sequences: Betty Boop as a cabaret emcee and cigarette girl; a romantic tom-cat gigolo.

  • Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle

    September 22, 1932

    On a South Sea isle, Bimbo meets Betty in the guise of a hula dancer.

  • Betty Boop's Ups and Downs

    October 13, 1932

    Due to the great depression, property prices start falling. The planet Earth goes up for sale. Mars and Venus make bids, but Saturn, characterised as an old Jew, makes a lower but winning bid. Then just to see what happens, he removes the earth’s magnet, and gravity disappears.

  • Romantic Melodies

    October 20, 1932

    Bimbo leads an awful German street band to serenade Betty Boop, but she prefers Arthur Tracy, ‘Street Singer of the Air,’ who in live- action sings several old-fashioned songs with a Bouncing Ball.

  • Betty Boop for President

    November 4, 1932

    Betty’s campaign tries to appeal to everyone. Real candidates are parodied, but campaign promises are a bit bizarre.

  • I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You

    November 25, 1932

    Betty Boop and friends meet Louis Armstrong on a jungle safari.

  • Betty Boop's Museum

    December 16, 1932

    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.

  • Time on My Hands

    December 22, 1932

    In this surrealist entry, a fisherman deals with rebellious worms; a diver flirts with a Betty Boop-like mermaid who becomes Ethel Merman, singing the title song in live-action with a Bouncing Ball.

  • Betty Boop's Ker-Choo

    January 6, 1933

    Betty, Koko, and Bimbo drive at the auto races; Betty has a cold, and her sneezes help her win.

  • Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions

    January 27, 1933

    In a circus tent, Betty, Bimbo and Koko demonstrate some gadgets reminiscent of TV ads; an animated sewing machine gets out of hand.

  • Is My Palm Read

    February 16, 1933

    For customer Betty Boop, psychic reader Prof. Bimbo conjures up an adventure on a haunted tropical island in his crystal ball.

  • Betty Boop's Penthouse

    March 10, 1933

    While Bimbo and Koko admire Betty, their experiment becomes a monster.

  • Popular Melodies

    April 6, 1933

    Arthur Jarrett sings some songs with the Bouncing Ball; Betty Boop appears for “One Hour with You” and “Boop-Oop-A-Doop.

  • Betty Boop's Birthday Party

    April 20, 1933

    Betty drudges in the kitchen alone until her friends (including Bimbo and Koko) hold a surprise birthday party for her… which gets rowdy.

  • Betty Boop's May Party

    May 11, 1933

    Betty and Bimbo, as Queen and King of the May, host a giant outdoor party that gets sprayed with rubber. Koko appears briefly.

  • Betty Boop's Big Boss

    June 1, 1933

    Betty takes a secretarial job where the boss sexually harasses her… but not without some encouragement from Betty.

  • Mother Goose Land

    June 23, 1933

    Betty, while reading a book of Mother Goose stories, wishes she could visit such 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. All of the characters come to Betty’s rescue. Betty wakes up in bed with all the fairy tale characters surrounding her.

  • Popeye the Sailor

    July 14, 1933

    Popeye and Bluto fight for the love of Olive Oyl in their debut short, featuring Betty Boop.

  • Snow-White

    August 1, 1933

    Trouble starts when the queen’s magic mirror says Betty Boop is fairest.

  • The Old Man of the Mountain

    August 4, 1933

    Betty Boop goes to see the fearsome Old Man of the Mountain for herself; he sings the title song and a duet with Betty.

  • I Heard

    September 1, 1933

    The miners at Never Mine go to Betty Boop’s Tavern (a jazz-jumpin’ place) for lunch. Back in the mine, Bimbo delves into weird realms.

  • Morning, Noon and Night

    October 5, 1933

    To the tune of Rubinoff and his orchestra, Betty Boop and feathered friends try to save a baby bird from the booze-swilling Tom Kats Club.

  • Betty Boop's Hallowe'en Party

    November 3, 1933

    Betty Boop hosts a Hallowe’en party with a few uninvited guests.

  • Parade of the Wooden Soldiers

    December 1, 1933

    A toy version of Betty Boop drops in on a small toy shop. The other toys come to life and crown her their queen. Then the cartoon quickly turns into Fleischer’s idea of King Kong.

  • She Wronged Him Right

    January 5, 1934

    Betty Boop appears on stage with Freddie in an old-fashioned mortgage melodrama.

  • Red Hot Mamma

    February 2, 1934

    Betty Boop, sleepless on a freezing night, builds a nice hot fire which proves too much of a good thing; in a dream she visits Hell, sings “Hell’s Bells,” and makes Hell freeze over!

  • Ha! Ha! Ha!

    March 2, 1934

    After drawing Betty Boop, Max Fleischer (live-action) leaves the studio; Betty and Koko try amateur dentistry, releasing enough laughing gas to convulse the ‘real world.’

  • Betty in Blunderland

    April 6, 1934

    Betty falls asleep doing a jigsaw puzzle and finds herself through the looking glass into a modern, urban wonderland. The shrinking potion comes from a “Shrinkola” dispenser. When most of the characters assemble, Betty sings “How Do You Do” to them. But the jabberwock steals Betty away, and everyone comes to her rescue.

  • Betty Boop's Rise to Fame

    May 18, 1934

    A reporter interviews Max Fleischer about his creation, and Betty illustrates with excerpts from three prior cartoons.

  • Betty Boop's Trial

    June 14, 1934

    A traffic cop tries to make time with Betty; she speeds to get away, is arrested, and undergoes a musical trial.

  • Betty Boop's Life Guard

    July 12, 1934

    Betty takes a trip to the beach and needs the assistance of a big, hunky lifeguard when she rides her rubber horsy out too far!

  • Poor Cinderella

    August 3, 1934

    In the only Betty Boop color cartoon, Cinderella (Betty) goes to the ball thanks to her fairy godmother. Later, only her foot fits the glass slipper.

  • There's Something About a Soldier

    August 16, 1934

    Betty Boop recruits for the Army by offering inductees a kiss. The recruits march off to war with a force of giant mosquitoes!

  • Betty Boop's Little Pal

    September 21, 1934

    Pudgy the Pup makes a mess of Betty Boop’s picnic, is sent home, and runs afoul of the dog catcher.

  • Betty Boop's Prize Show

    October 18, 1934

    In a melodrama at the Slumbertown Theatre, Freddie is the sheriff and Betty is a school-marm desired by outlaw “Phillip the Fiend.”

  • Keep in Style

    November 15, 1934

    Betty Boop puts on a musical show of new inventions and styles; her creation of “ankle skirts” sweeps the nation.

  • When My Ship Comes In

    December 20, 1934

    Betty Boop wins the Irish Sweepstakes, and fantasizes about what she’ll do with the money.

  • Baby Be Good

    January 18, 1935

    Betty Boop tells naughty Little Jimmy a corrective fairy tale.

  • Taking the Blame

    February 15, 1935

    Betty brings home a cat as a playmate for her pet puppy, Pudgy. The cat manages to get Pudgy blamed for all his misbehaviour.

  • Stop That Noise

    March 14, 1935

    A sleepless Betty can’t take the noise of the city any more, and heads out into the country for some peace and quiet. She soon discovers that the country has its own problems.

  • Swat the Fly

    April 18, 1935

    While Betty Boop tries to cook, a fly drives her and Pudgy the Pup to distraction.

  • No! No! A Thousand Times No!!

    May 23, 1935

    Betty Boop and Freddie appear on stage in a melodrama, wherein Betty sings the title song to the villain.

  • A Little Soap and Water

    June 21, 1935

    Betty Boop tries to give Pudgy the Pup a bath, with slapstick results.

  • A Language All My Own

    July 19, 1935

    Betty Boop takes her stage act on the road, and plays in Japan to great acclaim.

  • Betty Boop and Grampy

    August 16, 1935

    Betty Boop is off to see Grampy and she picks up some friends on the way. Check out Grampy’s crazy house of funky mechanical devices.

  • Judge for a Day

    September 20, 1935

    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.

  • Making Stars

    October 17, 1935

    Betty Boop is singing on stage and is joined by a series of very funny alternate stars… a set of babies.

  • Betty Boop with Henry the Funniest Living American

    December 21, 1935

    Henry, comic strip character, gets a job at Betty Boop’s pet store.

  • Little Nobody

    January 27, 1936

    Pudgy the pup meets the female pup next door, whose snobbish owner calls him a “little nobody”. A pep talk from Betty Boop turns Pudgy into a hero.

  • Betty Boop and the Little King

    January 31, 1936

    Comic strip character The Little King, bored at the opera, sneaks over to the vaudeville house to see (and join) Betty’s Wild West Show. But the Queen tracks him down…

  • Not Now

    February 28, 1936

    A caterwauling cat annoys Betty Boop and Pudgy; the latter tries cat-chasing, but bites off more than he can chew.

  • Betty Boop and Little Jimmy

    March 27, 1936

    Betty tries a regime of exercise, but her weight loss gets out of hand. She sings “Keep Your Girlish Figure”.

  • We Did It

    April 24, 1936

    While Betty Boop is away, the kittens get into mischief. Will Pudgy the pup take the blame as usual?

  • A Song a Day

    May 22, 1936

    At Betty Boop’s Animal Hospital, various species have appropriate ailments. Morale becomes a problem; Professor Grampy to the rescue!

  • More Pep

    June 18, 1936

    In a return to the Out of the Inkwell format, Betty Boop invents a pep formula to speed up lazy Pudgy, but it escapes into the real world with rapid results.

  • You're Not Built That Way

    July 17, 1936

    Pudgy the pup tries to emulate a tough bulldog, but Betty Boop sings him the error of his ways.

  • Happy You and Merry Me

    August 21, 1936

    A stray kitten wanders into Betty Boop’s house, gets sick on candy, and is cured with catnip by Betty and Pudgy the pup.

  • Training Pigeons

    September 18, 1936

    Betty Boop is training a flock of pigeons, but one stray leads Pudgy the pup on a precarious chase over the rooftops.

  • Grampy's Indoor Outing

    October 16, 1936

    Betty Boop and Little Jimmy are prevented by a thunderstorm from going to the carnival. Inventive Grampy devises a substitute.

  • Be Human

    November 19, 1936

    Betty Boop is incensed at her farmer neighbor’s cruelty to his animals. But the inventive Grampy knows how to teach him a lesson.

  • Making Friends

    December 18, 1936

    Pudgy the pup takes Betty Boop’s advice (‘Go Out and Make Friends With the World’) to heart and befriends various wild animals.

  • House Cleaning Blues

    January 14, 1937

    Housecleaning blues are just what Betty Boop has the morning after a wild party. Grampy to the rescue!

  • Whoops! I'm a Cowboy

    February 11, 1937

    Betty Boop’s runt of a suitor thinks he’ll have better luck if he takes cowboy lessons at a dude ranch; slapstick results.

  • The Hot Air Salesman

    March 12, 1937

    A door to door salesman visits Betty Boop’s home with a long line of useless household gadgets.

  • Pudgy Takes a Bow-Wow

    April 9, 1937

    Betty Boop’s stage show takes a new turn when Pudgy the pup and his feline enemy get into the act.

  • Pudgy Picks a Fight

    May 14, 1937

    Betty Boop is so delighted with her new fox fur that Pudgy the Pup grows jealous, then thinks he’s killed it…

  • The Impractical Joker

    June 17, 1937

    Betty Boop’s baking is interrupted by obnoxious practical joking friend Irving. Can Grampy out-joke the joker?

  • Ding Dong Doggie

    July 22, 1937

    Against Betty Boop’s orders (and to his own discomfiture), Pudgy the Pup accompanies a dalmatian fire dog to a fire.

  • The Candid Candidate

    August 27, 1937

    Betty Boop campaigns for Grampy to be the new mayor, and he wins by one vote. Betty gets everything in his office ready. But the moment Grampy sits down, the citizens come out from everywhere — the chandelier, his desk drawer, behind a painting of a jackass — to complain and to demand he fix things. Grampy is in his element. He finds novel ways to build a new bridge, fight fires, and stop drivers from ignoring the stoplight. He even improves ramshackle houses by pasting over them with posters of better looking houses. The subway train now goes directly into buildings, saving commuters the trouble of going outside. And the public fountain now serves beer. Hooray for Grampy!

  • Service with a Smile

    September 22, 1937

    Betty Boop is desk clerk at the Hi-De-Ho-Tel (“Food Served with Every Meal”) where the guests have many legitimate complaints. Fortunately, Grampy’s inventions fix everything.

  • The New Deal Show

    October 21, 1937

    Betty Boop emcees a show of pet-aid gadgets. Object: a “new deal for pets.” Some ideas copied from Betty Boop’s Crazy Inventions (1933).

  • The Foxy Hunter

    November 25, 1937

    Junior and Pudgy slip away from Betty Boop’s care to go hunting with a pop-gun.

  • Zula Hula

    December 23, 1937

    Disabled in a thunderstorm, Betty Boop and Grampy’s plane lands on a tropic island where Grampy soon re-invents the comforts of home… until hostile, racially-stereotyped natives intrude.

  • Riding the Rails

    January 27, 1938

    Betty Boop goes to work on the subway (Trample ‘Em R.R. Co.); Pudgy the Pup follows her and gets more ride than he bargained for.

  • Be Up to Date

    February 25, 1938

    Betty Boop’s Traveling Department Store comes to Hillbillyville; the mountain folks find old uses for the new gadgets.

  • Honest Love and True

    March 25, 1938

    Betty Boop is a poor-but-honest-actress in the Gay 90s who, hungry and cold, gets a job as a singer in a dance-hall saloon.

  • Out of the Inkwell

    April 22, 1938

    In a tribute to the Fleischer brothers shorts of the ’20s, a janitor hypnotizes Max Fleischer’s pen to draw Betty Boop.

  • The Swing School

    May 27, 1938

    At Betty Boop’s Music School for Animals, Pudgy the dog doesn’t do so well, but puppy love triumphs.

  • Pudgy and the Lost Kitten

    June 23, 1938

    I Think This Needs to be shared worldwide, its owned by public domain like every other betty boop cartoon except this was thought to be one of the lost cartoons. Voice is by Kate Wright. Its basically mostly about pudgy the dog, Betty Boop is mainly unseen in this cartoon she makes a few small appearances from the beginning to the end, other than the cat from an earlier betty boop cartoon called happy you & merry me makes a return also with his mother.

  • Buzzy Boop

    July 29, 1938

    Betty’s young cousin, Buzzy, takes the train to visit Betty.

  • Pudgy the Watchman

    August 11, 1938

    Betty Boop hires a feline professional “Mouse Eradicator” to take over from Pudgy the Pup who makes friends with mice.

  • Buzzy Boop at the Concert

    September 16, 1938

    Buzzy Boop at the Concert is a 1938 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop’s young Tomboy cousin Buzzy Boop.

  • Sally Swing

    October 14, 1938

    Betty Boop, auditioning bandleaders for a college swing dance, “discovers” a cleaning woman who resembles Betty Grable

  • On with the New

    December 2, 1938

    Frustrated at her job as a a short order cook and dishwasher at a local diner, Betty Boop decides to call it quits and tries her luck at a new automated day care center. But, oh my, compared this, her kitchen job and crummy former boss felt like heaven.

  • Thrills and Chills

    December 23, 1938

    Betty Boop and Pudgy take the train to a ski resort and enjoy the winter sports while Betty evades a masher.

  • My Friend the Monkey

    January 27, 1939

    A swingin’ hurdy-gurdy man goes by Betty Boop’s house; she wants to buy the monkey, which causes plenty of trouble for Pudgy the Pup.

  • So Does an Automobile

    March 29, 1939

    At Betty Boop’s Auto Hospital, the cars are treated for various humanlike ailments.

  • Musical Mountaineers

    May 12, 1939

    Betty Boop runs out of gas in Feud County, and wins over the initially hostile hillbillies with her dancing.

  • The Scared Crows

    June 9, 1939

    Betty Boop and Pudgy, doing the spring planting, are plagued by crows.

  • Rhythm on the Reservation

    July 7, 1939

    Betty Boop’s Swing Band (sans musicians) visits an Indian reservation where Betty teaches the braves the true meaning of ‘rhythm.’

  • Yip-Yip-Yippy

    August 10, 1939

    Yip Yip Yippy is a 1939 Fleischer Studios animated short film. The short was the final official entry of the “Betty Boop” series. Although this was billed as a Betty Boop cartoon, it didn’t feature Betty Boop.

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