Ha! Ha! Ha! (1934 film)
|Ha! Ha! Ha!|
|Betty Boop series|
|Directed by||Dave Fleischer|
|Produced by||Max Fleischer|
|Voices by||Mae Questel|
|Animation by||Seymour Kneitel
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release date(s)||March 2, 1934|
|Running time||7 mins|
Max Fleischer draws Betty, then leaves her for the night in the studio. Koko escapes from the inkwell and helps himself to a candy bar left behind by Max. He soon gets a terrible toothache. Betty tries to perform some amateur dentistry on Koko, but uses too much laughing gas. The laughing gas spreads the room, making a cuckoo clock and a typewriter laugh hysterically. The laughing gas then goes out the window and spreads into town. Both people and inanimate objects begin laughing hysterically, including a mailbox, a parking meter, a bridge, cars, and graves. The short ends when Betty and Koko get back in the inkwell and it begins laughing, although it gets tired from laughing.
This is a partial remake of the 1924 Koko animated short, The Cure.
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