Betty Boop tells naughty Little Jimmy a corrective fairy tale (with herself as fairy).
Two piano movers, a fireman and a traffic cop all drop what they're doing to join Betty Boop at the contraption-happy Grampy's eccentric party.
Betty tries a regime of exercise, but her weight loss gets out of hand. She sings "Keep Your Girlish Figure."
The Little King is soon bored by a special opera performance. He sneaks out in search of some new entertainment, and spots a sign for Betty Boop at the local vaudeville theatre.
Betty runs the local pet store. Silent Henry wants to buy a puppy, but only has two cents. Soft-hearted Betty offers to let Henry work off the difference at her store. She soon regrets this decision.
In a circus tent, Betty, Bimbo and Koko demonstrate some gadgets reminiscent of TV ads; an animated sewing machine gets out of hand.
Betty, Koko, and Bimbo drive at the auto races; Betty has a cold, and her sneezes help her win.
A reporter interviews Max Fleischer about his creation, and Betty illustrates with excerpts from three prior cartoons.
Betty Boop is incensed at her farmer neighbor's cruelty to his animals. But the inventive Grampy knows how to teach him a lesson.
The White Rabbit materializes from a jigsaw puzzle and leads Betty Boop through the looking glass into Wonderland.
Betty's young cousin, Buzzy, takes the train to visit Betty. On the train, she's helpful, in a bratty kind of way. At Betty's house, she sees the boys next door playing marbles and tries to join in.
Betty Boop campaigns for Grampy for Mayor; he wins by one vote, but finds politics is no picnic. Urban renewal is parodied.
Against Betty Boop's orders (and to his own discomfiture), Pudgy the Pup accompanies a dalmatian fire dog to a fire.
At an orphanage, the children are sad because they received broken toys as gifts. Professor Grampy sees the children while passing by in his sled and has an idea on how to give them a merry Christmas.
Betty Boop and Little Jimmy are prevented by a thunderstorm from going to the carnival; the inventive Grampy devises a substitute
A stray kitten wanders into Betty Boop's house, gets sick on candy, and is cured with catnip by Betty and Pudgy the pup.
A door to door salesman visits Betty Boop's home with a long line of useless household gadgets
Housecleaning blues are just what Betty Boop has the morning after a wild party. Grampy to the rescue!
Betty Boop's baking is interrupted by her obnoxious practical-joking cousin, Irving. Can Grampy out-joke the joker?
For customer Betty Boop, psychic reader Prof. Bimbo conjures up an adventure on a haunted tropical island in his crystal ball.
Betty Boop, annoyed by 'public pests' like backslappers, gum parkers, and mud splashers, imagines what she'd do to them if she were a judge.
Betty Boop takes her stage act on the road, and plays in Japan to great acclaim.
Betty Boop gives Pudgy the pup a pep talk when he's called a nobody.
Betty Boop tries to give Pudgy the Pup a bath, with slapstick results.
Pudgy the pup takes Betty Boop's advice ('Go Out and Make Friends With the World') to heart and befriends various wild animals.
Betty Boop emcees a stage show presenting "future stars"...performing infants (including racial stereotypes).
Betty Boop invents a 'pep' formula to speed up lazy Pudgy, but Pudgey escapes into the 'real world' with rapid results.
Betty Boop runs out of gas in Feud County, and wins over the initially hostile hillbillies with her dancing.
A swingin' hurdy-gurdy man goes by Betty Boop's house; she wants to buy the monkey, which causes plenty of trouble for Pudgy the Pup.
Betty Boop and Freddie appear on stage in a melodrama, wherein Betty sings the title song to the villain.
A caterwauling cat annoys Betty Boop and Pudgy; the latter tries cat-chasing, but bites off more than he can chew.
Betty Boop quits her job as overworked short-order cook to run an automated baby-care center. Will she regret it?
Betty Boop goes to the ball thanks to the good fairy; later, only her foot fits the glass slipper.
Myron the kitten and his mother, from a previous Betty Boop cartoon called Happy You and Merry Me make a return appearance.
Betty Boop is so delighted with her new fox fur that Pudgy the Pup grows jealous, then thinks he's killed it...
Betty Boop's stage show takes a new turn when Pudgy the pup and his feline enemy get into the act.
Betty Boop's Swing Band visits an Indian reservation where Betty teaches the braves the true meaning of 'rhythm.'
Betty Boop and Pudgy, doing the spring planting, are plagued by crows.
At Betty Boop's Auto Hospital, the cars are treated for various humanlike ailments.
At Betty Boop's Animal Hospital, various species have appropriate ailments. Morale becomes a problem; Professor Grampy to the rescue!
To escape her noisy city apartment, Betty Boop retreats to her country home, but the insects are against her.
While Betty Boop tries to cook, a fly drives her and Pudgy the Pup to distraction.
Betty Boop brings home a cat as playmate for Pudgy, but the cat is a bully who only gets Pudgy into trouble.
Betty Boop is training a flock of pigeons, but one stray leads Pudgy the pup on a precarious chase over the rooftops.
While Betty Boop is away, the kittens get into mischief. Will Pudgy the Pup take the blame as usual?
Betty Boop's runt of a suitor thinks he'll have better luck if he takes cowboy lessons at a dude ranch; slapstick results.
Pudgy the pup tries to emulate a tough bulldog, but Betty Boop sings him the error of his ways.