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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