If there's any Boop-Boop-a-Dooping to be done Helen Kane will do it. She brought suit for $250,000 against a movie studio charging that the three young women you see here, employed by the studio, have infringed on her copyright. Top to bottom: Mae Questel, Marjorie Hines, and Bonnie Poe. The suit is being tried in New York. The girls supply the voices in those cartoon movies you enjoy after being disappointed by the main picture.