Little Nobody (1936)

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While playing in his backyard, Betty Boop's dog Pudgy meets a snooty, pampered female dog owned by wealthy next door neighbor Mrs. Fitz-Ritzy. When Pudgy tries to make friends with the lovely canine, he is summarily booted off of Mrs. Fitz-Ritzy's property--and worse, the lady of the house derides Pudgy as a "nobody." Betty comforts her heartbroken pooch by singing "Every Little Nobody is Somebody to Someone", but the full measure of Pudgy's character is not revealed until he rescues the snobbish girl dog from a watery grave. The musical background score includes the venerable "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard".