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Googi Goop in Snow White
Season 4, Episode 1b
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Date Aired: TBA
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Googi Goop in Snow White is the second segment of the first episode of Season 4 of The New Looney Tunes Show, starring The Warner Siblings.


A magic mirror, with a face resembling Bat Bellowfry, proclaims Googi Goop to be "the fairest in the land", much to the anger of the Queen. The Queen orders her guards Yakko, Wakko and Dot to behead Googi. With tears in their eyes, they take Googi into the forest and prepare to execute her. Googi escapes into a frozen river, which encloses her in a coffin of ice. This block slips downhill to the home of the seven dwarfs, who carry the frozen Googi into an enchanted cave. Meanwhile, Yakko, Wakko and Dot fall down a hole and arrives at the same cave (with the Queen, who turned herself into a Witch), where the evil Queen turns Yakko into a grotesque creature as he sings the St. James Infirmary Blues. With her rivals disposed of, the Queen again asks the magic mirror who the fairest in the land is, but the mirror explodes in a puff of magic smoke that returns Googi and Yakko to their normal states and changes the Queen into a hideous monster. The queen monster chases the protagonists until Wakko grabs its tongue and, with one mighty yank turns it inside out and leaving the skeleton monster to flee away. Googi, Yakko, Wakko and Dot dance around in a circle of victory as the film ends.



  • Writers: Tom Ruegger, Paul Rugg and 'Pat' Ventura
  • Storyboard Artist: Bob Camp
  • Director: Charles Visser


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  • This short is a parody of the 1933 Max Fleischer's Betty Boop short of the same name.
    • However, Yakko, Wakko and Dot sometimes break the fourth wall and talk about how this is almost familiar to the actual Betty Boop cartoon short.
  • Googi Goop was originally intended to be voiced by Betty Boop's current voice actress, Cindy Robinson. But due to her unavailability, Cheryl Chase (who voiced her back in 2002 for the Max Fleischer's Color Classics: Somewhere in Dreamland DVD set commentary for Poor Cinderella with Jerry Beck) filled in for her. But Jeannie Sparks would make her voice as Googi Goop for auditioning.
    • However, due to schedule conflicts, she had ended up being voiced by Grey DeLisle during most of the pre-production, with Sparks returning to redub her lines during post-production.