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She was fated to be cast in the flaming, destructive volcano to appease the gods, in the film's conclusion.
A prime example of child exploitation films were the eight Educational Pictures' Baby Burlesks shorts (15-minute one reelers with toddlers playing adult roles and wearing provocative clothing). Unfortunately, the cute, titillating 'boop-oop-a-doop' Betty was destined to be censored with the advent of the enforceable, conservative and puritanical Hays Production Code in 1934 that required her to be more fully dressed. Murnau and Robert Flaherty's adventure-documentary Tabu (1931) (see earlier).
She would soon disappear from the screen altogether. Selznick's biggest work to date and one of the most expensive pictures of its time. It was shot on location in Hawaii at a cost of over a million dollars.
[Her mother Ruth (Estelle Taylor) had become pregnant by Ronasa (Weldon Heyburn), an Indian, not by her husband Pete Springer (Willard Robinson), Nasa's presumed father.] She told Moonglow that she was glad to be a half-breed like him, in the last line of the film: This W. Fields short was the first of four 20-minute shorts the famed comedian made in the early 1930s, with Mack Sennett as producer.
A provocative burlesque sequence was almost completely excised, and also cut from TV showings in the 1950s and 60s.