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
This 1936 Dave Fleischer cartoon stars Grampy as he helps orphans have a good Christmas.
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!
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"Girl wanted," says the sign. "Top floor. Female preferred." Betty Boop sees it, but it seems so does the entire female population of the city. The top of the building bulges with applicants, but Betty wins the job from the fat, lecherous boss by sitting in his lap and singing "You'd Be Surprised." The others are dispatched through a trap door. Betty can't type, or do much of anything else, but she sure is cute. The boss chases her around the office, but Betty manages to get to the phone and call the police. The police, the army, the navy and the air force all come to her rescue.
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Olive has become so obsessed with a radio personality called the International that she would rather stay home than go out with Popeye. Bluto overhears this and shows up pretending to be the radio personality with great success. As Popeye tries to win Olive back a fight ensues and you can be sure spinach has a role […]
Popeye and Bluto both run a taxi service. Bluto bullies Popeye and gets him to turn over all of his cab fares. Popeye eventually gets the better of Bluto.
At Betty Boop’s Animal Hospital, various species have appropriate ailments. Morale becomes a problem; Professor Grampy to the rescue!
Trouble starts when the queen’s magic mirror says Betty Boop is fairest. Cab Calloway sings “St. James Infirmary Blues.”
Two piano movers, a fireman and a traffic cop all drop what they’re doing to join Betty Boop at the contraption-happy Grampy’s eccentric party.