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No restoration, but quality still looks great in Full HD.
I've seen more offensive scenes in modern day kid's films then Betty Boop cartoons, but that does not mean that you'll feel the same way, and I am aware of that.
The target audience for these films WILL buy them all, and I for one am grateful to Olive and Paramount for investing in this long-neglected property.
I bought the Blu Ray Of Volumes 1 Thru 4 so this is an overall review of the entire collection. Honestly, I don't know if this collection includes every single Betty Boop cartoon... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Aubrey
This set does not have the original apertures. About 1/4th of the image has been cropped top and bottom to make these classics fit on 4:3 televisions screens. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SVH_Man
Love It! Can't wait to get Volumes 2,3, 4. A must have for Betty Boop fans!Published 4 months ago by Pasheeda Soree Morris
On this DVD there are the cartoons CHESS NUTS, BETTY BOOP MD, BETTY BOOP'S BAMBOO ISLE, BETTY BOOP FOR PRESIDENT, BETTY'S PENTHOUSE, BETTY BOOP'S BIRTHDAY PARTY, BETTY BOOP'S MAY... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pumpkin Toss
This is the original Betty Boop and maybe a little too reiue for the younger one in your house. But adults will enjoy it and catch the double meanings and the laughsPublished 9 months ago by avidreader
The industry is still working in the analog era with little to no understanding with digital.
First off it is irrelevant for a Blu-ray HD 1k downscaled image as to what... Read more
Hands down, the most indispensable DVD/Blu -ray collections released in 2013 are the two volumes of the Fleischer original Betty Boop cartoons from Olive films. Read morePublished 9 months ago by THE BLUEMAHLER
Man, we've waited a long time for Betty to come to DVD in an official way. But come on, this is not the quality release that the Fleischer Popeyes received. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert Barker
I grew up watching Betty Boop cartoons on a very small, probably fourteen inch, black and white television. Viewing the Blu-ray was a trip down memory lane for me. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Charles from Redondo Beach