Ann dnow, when the spirit moves you, you may "boop-boop-a-doop" and "whah-dah-dah" all you want, even if someone is foolish enough to pay for it. This new liberty comes to you through the decision of Supreme Court Justice Edward J. McGoldrick in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday, that Helen Kane singer, had no monopoly on "boop-boop-a-doop". He dismissed the singer's $250,000 damage suit against Paramount Publix Corporation, Max Fleischer, creator of the Betty Boop cartoons and the Fleischer Studios, Inc, holding that Miss Kane had failed to sustain her case by proof of sufficient probative force.
"I'm deepy shocked," the boop-boop-a-doop girl said, following the decision. "I consider it very un-fair as all my friends believe the cartoons a deliverate caricature of me."
Her counsel will appeal the decision.