Made of pen and ink, she can win you with a wink. Ain’t she cute? Boop-Boop-a-Doop. Sweet Betty!
Betty Boop for President is a musical Fleischer Studios cartoon from 1932. Betty’s campaign promises a better, caring tomorrow, while her evil opponent Mr. Nobody blatantly offers a mess of malarkey to potential voters. Make sure to listen for FDR’s famous 1932 campaign song and don’t miss the miracle of the convict in the electric chair. Betty Boop for President! Also, beer.
In a world where chivalry and chemistry collide, Popeye the Sailor Man’s quest for true love with Olive Oyl faces an enemy even stronger than Bluto.
Sure, they’re older now, but are they obsolete? Our childhood heroes: Where are they now? Popeye is apparently no longer “strong to the finish,” for example. What’s up with that? Is spinach too expensive for retired sailors on a fixed income?
When it comes to Hispanic Heritage, there’s nothing like Ye Olde Mexicanne Hatte Dance. And it’s so nice to have a complete dance band hanging around the old adobe!
McGraw El Kabong saves the day and Popeye El Marinero goes to Mexico, next, on POCHO: