St. James Infirmary Blues in Betty Boop’s Snow White

6 Nov

New Orleans voodoo vibes, performed by Cab Calloway.

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2 Responses to “St. James Infirmary Blues in Betty Boop’s Snow White”

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  1. Terence McKenna on Psychedelic Animations | The Daily Psychedelic Video - March 9, 2013

    […]  Max Fleischer was one of the pioneers of American animation who worked in animation since the 1910s. He invented the Rotroscope technique which has since been used in such films such as Waking Life, and Scanner Darkly, as well as a number of other animation techniques. Fleischer’s biggest animation stars were Betty Boop, Bimbo and Popeye the Sailorman, and a few  of his videos were already featured here on the DPV: Betty Boop – Ha Ha Ha,  Bimbo’s Initiation and  the Saint James Infirmary Blues in Betty Boop’s Snow White. […]

  2. Terence McKenna on Psychedelic Animation | Psychedelic Cultures - March 9, 2013

    […]  Max Fleischer was one of the leading pioneers of American animation who worked in animation since the 1910s. He invented the Rotroscope technique which has since been used in films such as Waking Life and Scanner Darkly, as well as a number of other animation techniques. Fleischer’s biggest animation stars were Betty Boop, Bimbo and Popeye the Sailorman. A few  of his videos were already featured on the Daily Psychedelic Video: Betty Boop – Ha Ha Ha,  Bimbo’s Initiation and  the Saint James Infirmary Blues in Betty Boop’s Snow White. […]

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