Betty Boop and Grampy
|Betty Boop and Grampy|
|Betty Boop series|
|Directed by||Dave Fleischer|
|Produced by||Max Fleischer|
|Voices by||Mae Questel|
|Animation by||David Tendlar
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release date(s)||August 16, 1935|
|Running time||7 minutes|
|Preceded by||A Language All My Own|
|Followed by||Judge for a Day|
Betty receives an invitation to a party from her elderly relative, Grampy. As she strolls along singing "I'm On My Way to Grampy's", she is joined by two moving men, a fireman and a traffic cop—all who irresponsibly drop everything (including a piano, a burning house and a traffic jam) to go to Grampy's party.
Grampy is an eccentric inventor, whose labor-saving devices are of the Rube Goldberg variety. For example, he has a device that moves his entire house to the front entrance whenever the doorbell is rung. The glass shade of his ceiling light is rigged to double as a punch bowl and he has modified an old umbrella to slice a cake into wedges.
Grampy entertains his guests by building self-playing musical instruments out of household gadgets (which then play "Hold That Tiger"). Everyone dances until they drop from exhaustion, the exception being the exuberant Grampy.
In other media
A segment of music from this episode was sampled for the episode "Fire Dogs 2" of Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon".
- Betty Boop and Grampy at the Big Cartoon Database.
- Betty Boop and Grampy on IMDb
- Betty Boop and Grampy on YouTube.
- Betty Boop and Grampy at the Internet Archive
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