Cartoon of the Day: Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers

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Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers

Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers

From the first day of December 1933, Betty Boop appeared in Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers with a gaggle of toy soldiers. Betty appears as a doll… but then you knew that.

A new toy is delivered to a toy store from the toy factory. It’s a Betty Boop doll. The other toys are overjoyed that Betty has joined them, and they crown her their queen. But a giant ape needs a new head for his decapitated doll. The giant ape kidnaps Betty and takes her to the cutting board. As he readies himself to saw Betty off at the neck, the toy soldiers come to her rescue (to the tune of “The Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers“).

Music for the title tune was composed by Leon Jessel in 1921 and recorded by Rubinoff And His Orchestra for this cartoon. And for those cartoonophiles out there, Betty flashes her fanny in this pre-Code cartoon. You can see this cartoon online now at Big Cartoon DataBase.

 

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