Hollywood on Parade No. 8 (1933) [Betty Boop]: Bitten on the throat by Bela Lugosi, after both of their statues come to life in a wax museum. (Played for comic effect.) (This short film has been featured in a number of video compilations, including Hollywood Outtakes and Rare Footage, Mondo Lugosi, and Dracula: A Cinematic Scrapbook.) (Note: I had previously attributed this part to Helen Kane, the singer on whom Betty Boop was based, but the IMDB now states that it was actually Mae Questel in a rare live-action screen appearance.)
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Mae Questel in 'Hollywood on Parade No. 8'
Mae Questel (1908 - 1998)
Noted cartoon voice-over artist (Betty Boop, Olive Oyl, etc.)
Mae Questel's death (with Bela Lugosi) in 'Hollywood on Parade No. 8'