Best Animation Movies of 1934
Red Hot Mamma
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!
When Popeye takes the baby for a walk in the stroller, the little one won't be quiet unless he's sleeping. Of course there's no end of noisiness. This include a Harpo Marx lookalike playing the harp; a music school with many practicing students inside; a ship blowing its horn; a radio outside a radio store; a building construction site; and blaring car horns in traffic. Popeye doesn't hesitate to shut them all up.
Betty Boop's Prize Show
In a melodrama at the Slumbertown Theatre, Freddie is the sheriff and Betty is a school-marm desired by outlaw "Phillip the Fiend."
The Old Pioneer
In this first entry in MGM's Happy Harmonies series, an old man tells a newsboy about his adventures with Native Americans in the Old West.
Betty Boop's Life Guard
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!
Betty Boop's Trial
A traffic cop tries to make time with Betty; she speeds to get away, is arrested, and undergoes a musical trial.
There's Something About a Soldier
Betty Boop recruits for the Army by offering inductees a kiss. The recruits march off to war with a force of giant mosquitoes!
Keep in Style
Betty Boop puts on a musical show of new inventions and styles; her creation of "ankle skirts" sweeps the nation.
Let's Sing with Popeye
Popeye walks around while singing his theme song and punches various things, followed by a sing-along.
When My Ship Comes In
Betty Boop wins the Irish Sweepstakes, and fantasizes about what she'll do with the money.