Betty Boop's Life Guard

Betty Boop's Life Guard is a 1934 Fleischer Studios animated short film, starring Betty Boop.

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... George is married to Julie Anderson and the father of Betty Anderson ... Betty suffers a miscarriage, but George persuades his daughter to lie about it ... Leslie disapproved of Betty as his daughter-in-law ...
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