Wiffle Piffle
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Wiffle Piffle







Voiced by

 Jack Mercer

First Appearance

Whoops! I'm a Cowboy

Last Appearance

Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery

Wiffle Piffle was a character that the Fleischer Studios tried to develop out of the Betty Boop series. His first appearance was in a Screen Song I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze which released in 1936 in which he appears as a waiter in the opening. The animation of the character was by Tom Johnson (as was this model sheet.) Two follow-up films were made with this side character in Betty Boop shorts. The first, released in February 1937, was Whoops! I’m a Cowboy, and the second, in March 1937, The Hot Air Salesman. The opening scene features an expensive multiplane shot behind him.


  • Wiffle Piffle: "Betty will ya marry me?"
  • Betty: "No!"
  • Wiffle Piffle: "Why?"
  • Betty: "I want a cowboy for a sweeetheart!"


  • Wiffle Piffle makes a cameo appearance in The Betty Boop Movie Mystery, where can be seen giving a telegram to Betty.
  • In Whoops I'm a Cowboy Wiffle shows a romantic interest for Betty.
  • Wiffle Piffle also makes a brief cameo in the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.