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The Old Man of the Mountain (1933)

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Cab Calloway Cab Calloway
Cab Calloway & Old Man
Bonnie Poe Bonnie Poe
Betty Boop


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Betty Boop goes to see the fearsome Old Man of the Mountain for herself; he sings the title song and a duet with Betty.
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"DIR: Dave Fleischer SUMMARY: Betty Boop goes to confront The Old Man of the Mountain, a sexually predatory villain who terrorises the creatures of the area. WHY IT'S HERE: 'The Old Man of the Mountain' is the third and last of the Betty Boop/Cab Calloway cartoons. Often seen as the weakest of the trilogy, it remains a fantastic cartoon ,albeit one that is often in questionable taste. For instance, in illustrating the rampant sexuality of the cartoon's titular character, it is strongly impli"