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Hollywood on Parade No. A-8 (1933)

In the Hollywood Hall of Fame - a wax museum - the figure of Eddie Borden comes to life and introduces us to various stars in effigy. Pining over the effigy of Clara Bow, her husband Rex ... See full summary »

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Louis Lewyn
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Eddie Borden ... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rex Bell ... Himself
Dorothy Burgess ... Herself
Bela Lugosi ... Dracula
Charles Murray ... Himself (as Charlie Murray)
Bonnie Poe Bonnie Poe ... Betty Boop
Marie Prevost ... Herself
George Sidney ... Himself
Gayne Whitman ... Himself
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In the Hollywood Hall of Fame - a wax museum - the figure of Eddie Borden comes to life and introduces us to various stars in effigy. Pining over the effigy of Clara Bow, her husband Rex Bell suggests that Eddie get on with Betty Boop. Betty asks Eddie to accompany her in a rendition of "My Silent Love." Written by Bob Kosovsky <kos@bway.net>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 March 1933 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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One of only two films to feature a live-action Betty Boop, the other being Musical Justice (1931). See more »

Quotes

Dracula: Betty... you have booped your last boop!
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Connections

Featured in Dracula: A Cinematic Scrapbook (1991) See more »

Soundtracks

My Silent Love
Music by Dana Suesse
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
Sung by Bonnie Poe
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"Boop! You have Booped your last Boop!"
14 October 1999 | by curly-17See all my reviews

Sometimes Helen Kane is listed as Betty Boop; sometimes Mae Questel (who was the voice of Betty Boop and later Olive Oyl in countless cartoons). What is known for sure is that Bela Lugosi plays the wax figure of Dracula that comes to life in a wax museum. Bela gets Betty Boop in the clinch, bends over her menacingly and sensually at the same time, and utters: "Boop! You have Booped your last boop!" This was a delight for fans of Bela, many of whom only knew him as a horror actor, and were not aware of his keen sense of humor. Also, in the wax museum, Eddie Borden's wax figure comes to life, and tells the audience about the various stars such as Clara Bow. A real time capsule.


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