Snow-White, also known as Betty Boop in Snow-White, is a film in the Betty Boop series from Max Fleischer's Fleischer Studios directed in 1933. Dave Fleischer was credited as director, although virtually all the animation was done by Roland Crandall. Crandall received the opportunity to make Snow-White on his own as a reward for his several years of devotion to the Fleischer studio, and the resulting film is considered both his masterwork and an important milestone of The Golden Age of American animation. Snow-White took Crandall six months to complete. 
A magic mirror, with a face resembling Cab Calloway, proclaims Betty Boop to be "the fairest in the land", much to the anger of the Queen (who resembles Olive Oyl). The Queen orders her guards Bimbo and Koko to behead Betty. With tears in their eyes, they take Betty into the forest and prepare to execute her. Betty escapes into a frozen river, which encloses her in a coffin of ice. This block slips downhill to the home of the seven dwarfs, who carry the frozen Betty into an enchanted cave. Meanwhile, Koko and Bimbo fall down a hole and arrive at the same cave (with the Queen, who turned herself into a Witch), where the evil Queen turns them into grotesque creatures as they sing the St. James Infirmary Blues. With her rivals disposed of, the Queen again asks the magic mirror who the fairest in the land is, but the mirror explodes in a puff of magic smoke that returns Betty and Koko to their normal states and changes the Queen into a hideous monster. The queen monster chases the protagonists until Bimbo grabs its tongue and, with one mighty yank, turns it inside out, leaving the skeleton monster to flee away. Betty, Koko, and Bimbo dance around in a circle of victory as the film ends. 
Made of pen and ink 
She can win you with a wink (yoo hoo) 
Ain't she cute? (boop boop be doop) 
Sweet Betty 
Magic Mirror in my hand 
Who's the fairest in the land? 
You're the fairest in the land 
You're the fairest in the land 
I wanna see my step-mama, step-mama, step-mama 
I wanna see my step-mama, a step-mama the queen 
I heard about your looking glass, looking glass, looking glass 
I heard about your looking glass, and what it says is so 
Magic Mirror in my hand 
Who's the fairest in the land? 
You're the fairest in the land 
You're the fairest in the land 
Off with her head! 
What a shame. Poor Betty. 
Always in the way 
I can never play 
My own mama would never stay 
I'm always in the way 
Oh, please don't leave me here alone. I don't wanna see. Save me! Save me! Save me! Thank you. 
Am I the fairest in the place? 
If I were you I'd hide my face. 
Folks, I'm goin' down to St. James Infirmary 
See my baby there; 
She's stretched out on a long, white table 
She's so sweet, so cold, so fair 
Let it go, let it go, ohh bless her 
Wherever she may be 
She can search this whole wide world over 
But she'll never find another sweet man like me 
When I die, bury me in my straight-leg britches 
Put on a box-back coat and a Stetson hat 
Put a twenty-dollar gold piece on my watch chain 
So you can let all the boys know I died standing pat 
An' give me six crap shooting pall bearers 
Let a chorus girl sing me a song 
Put a red hot jazz band at the top of my head 
So we can raise Hallelujah as we go along 
Folks, now that you have heard my story 
Say, boy, hand me another shot of that booze; 
If anyone should ask you 
You just tell 'em I've got those St. James Infirmary blues 
Magic Mirror in my hand, now who's the fairest in the land? 
You're the fairest in the land. 
U.M.&M. TV Corp. presents 
Betty Boop Cartoon 
Max Fleischer presents Betty Boop in Snow-White 
Copyright MCMXXXIII by Paramount Productions Inc. All Rights Reserved 
Directed by Dave Fleischer 
Animated by Roland C. Crandall 
Passed by the National Board of Review 
Vocal Corus 
Saint James Infirmary Blues sung by Cab Calloway 
Betty Boop assisted by Bimbo and Koko 
Seven Dwarfs 
Mystery Cave 
20, A 
The End 
A UM&M TV Corp. presentation
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