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  Biography - Betty Boop's Community
Betty continued to evolve in the Fleischer "Talkartoon" series, and by the time "Any Rags" was released in 1932, her floppy dog's ears had evolved into earrings, and the world's first truly female cartoon star was fully formed.
Betty's flapper style and disarmingly innocent sexuality attracted passionate fans, but it also made her some enemies among moralists who felt her boop-oop-a-doop left too little to the imagination.
Betty Boop cartoons were among the first theatrical shorts to be repackaged for television syndication during the early 1960s.
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  Betty Boop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Betty Boop and Bimbo in Minnie the Moocher (1932).
Betty was no longer a flapper; she was a husbandless housewife with a little dog named Pudgy.
Betty Boop's popularity persists as well, and references to the character appear in such wide-ranging places as the comic strip Doonesbury, where the character B.D.'s busty girlfriend/wife is named "Boopsie", and the animated reality TV Spoof Drawn Together, where Betty is the inspiration for Toot Braunstein.
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 Betty Boop
Betty Boop made her first appearance on August 8, 1930 in the cartoon Dizzy Dishes, the sixth installment in Fleischer's Talkartoon series.
Although the Screen Songs cartoon Betty Coed referred to the character as Betty in 1931, she was not officially christened "Betty Boop" until the 1932 short Stopping the Show that same year.
Betty Boop's films would reach audiences once again when they were placed into syndication on television in the 1950s.
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 History of Betty Boop
Betty Boop and Bimbo in Minnie the Moocher (1932).
The Betty Boop series continues to be a favorite of many critics, and the 1933 film Snow White (not to be confused with Disney's 1937 film Snow White) was selected for preservation by the U.S. Library of Congress in the National Film Registry in 1994.
Betty Boop's popularity persists as well, and references to the character appear in such wide-ranging places as the comic strip Doonesbury, where the character B.D.'s busty girlfriend/wife is named "Boopsie", and the animated reality TV Spoof Drawn Together, where Betty is the inspiration for Toot Braunstein.
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 Betty Boop collectible figurines Westland Giftware
Betty Boop is an animated cartoon character appearing in the Talkartoon and Betty Boop series of films produced by Max Fleischer and released by Paramount Pictures.
Betty was no longer a flapper; she was a husbandless housewife with a little dog.
Betty Boop's films would reach audiences once again when they were placed into syndication on television in the 1950s.
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 Tabberone's Betty Boop History page.
The images of Betty Boop and her friends are the intellectual copyrighted property of Warner Brothers and Fleischer.
Betty's femininity was reflected in her considerable sex appeal.
A frightened Betty jumps out of her clothes, revealing frilly undies, in "The Old Man of the Mountain" (1933), and she does a hula in "Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle" (1932), wearing only a lei and a grass skirt.
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 Betty Boop - Don Markstein's Toonopedia
Betty Boop made her debut in Dizzy Dishes (released August 9, 1930), a Max Fleischer cartoon, in which she sang in a cabaret full of funny animals.
Once humanized, Betty remained so, but her relationship with Bimbo could be anything from master-dog to partners-in-adventure to lovers, depending on the needs of the cartoon.
Boop cartoons of this era could be whimsical, like Crazy Town (1932); melodramatic, like She Wronged Him Right (1934), or surreal, like Snow White (1933), whose wicked queen uttered a "Mirror, mirror" rhyme four years before Disney's, in his version of the story.
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 Betty Boop
Betty Boop is an character that is animated, appearing in the Talkartoon and Betty Boop series of films produced by Max Fleischer and released by Paramount Pictures.
With her straight forward sexiness, Betty was a hit with theater-goers, and even though she was toned down in the 1930's, she remains popular today for this sexiness.
Betty originally was a French Poodle by the known cartoons of Grim Natwick.
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 SEXY BETTY BOOP: sexy betty boop
Very often betty boop’s curved silhouette could be seen through her clothing as she passed before a fire or other light.
Her first starring role was in "Betty Coed" (1931), which also marked the first time the name Betty was connected with the character.
Also seen in many cartoons with Betty were Grampy (who appeared in over 10 Betty cartoons), and the pretty boy Freddy, her sometime love interest, as well as a host of other personified animals (most of whom disappeared after 1934).
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 Betty Boop
One of their most memorable creations, Betty Boop, was first created as a dog character by Grim Natwick and appeared as the girl friend of another dog named Bimbo.
As the character developed, Betty's figure was modeled after Mae West's and her singing style taken from Helen Kane the "Boop-Boop-a-Doop" girl.
Betty had a flare all her own, she could be daring and assertive, all the while keeping an air of innocence the public loved.
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 Betty Boop History
Betty Boop, drawn by Grim Natwick, began life in 1930, as a human-like canine character, the love interest for a dog named Bimbo.
Betty was overtly female and was directed through situations in which she was the object of peeping toms, or performing on stage in cute costumes.
There was a Betty Boop and Bimbo Club, but as it was not oriented towards children and the Saturday Matinees, it failed to become as successful as the more popular Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Club.
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 Betty Boop Celebriducks for the Connoisseur   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Betty is perhaps plumper than usual in this cartoon, and her eyes are somewhat smaller.
Betty and Bimbo quickly leave the residential area behind and soon are running through a haunted forest with bubbly-looking trees and weird shapes bouncing around.
Betty and Bimbo run to her house, where Betty dashes in the front door and Bimbo dives into a doghouse.
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 Hooters serves up classic cheesecake
Betty Boop, the saucy cartoon character who first appeared in 1930, is now making the rounds as the latest Hooters Girl.
The Betty Boop pins - which bring the total of collectible Hooters lapel pins to 357 - are available for purchase at any Hooters restaurant.
Betty Boop is the first licensed character to appear on Hooters merchandise, Frazier said.
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 Betty Boop
Features Baby Boop on the front of the tote with a colorful pastel pattern of butterflies accented with sparkling glitter which are printed all over.
Features a large picture of Baby Boop playing with butterflies and the rest of the pack features a pattern of butterflies which are printed all over.
Features Baby Boop with a pattern of bubbles over a pink background, and next to her are a baby frog, octopus and kangaroo, each inside of a bubble.
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 FEATURING BETTY BOOP
She even became a tanned South Seas beauty for "Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle." Betty's attraction was in her assertiveness: though she almost always threatened by some evil or danger, she calmly triumphed over adversity either through her own wits or with the aid of others.
Betty's friends included Fleischer veterans Bimbo and Ko-Ko, and one of her most mischevious allies was Grampy, the inventor with the light-bulb mortar board hat who solved impossible dilemmas with homemade solutions that even McGyver would envy.
The first cartoon in the series featured Betty as the namesake heroine in "Poor Cinderella." This was her only appearance in color, and in it she and the Prince are serenaded by none other than Rudy Vallee at the ball.
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 Betty Boop, an American icon.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Betty Boop, besides being an American Icon, is a copyrighted figure.
Betty is still popular, and I'm waiting for them to release a complete set of the cartoons on DVD.
Betty's head, above, was "drawn" in an illustrating program, also by Micrografx, called Windows Draw, and although the legs are composited from a photo, the blouse was "painted" in "virtual oils" in Picture Publisher.
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 NPR: Your Turn: Betty Boop
Betty Boop, the first character to represent the new "sexual" woman showed her skin in a short dress that showed her garter belt and her cleavage.
But Betty won the hearts of men and women alike, fought the oppression and is now back flaunting her curvaceous body in that original minidress -- showing women that it's OK to be proud of your sexuality.
Betty Boop is an awesome character because she is so different than any other character out there.
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 Markmakers: Celebriducks: Biker Betty Boop
Betty soon became so popular that she replaced Bimbo as the central character in Fleischer cartoons.
Betty was created soon after the end of the "roaring '20s", a time when people were relatively uninhibited about sexuality.
Betty wore a sleeveless dress that ended high above her knees, and in countless cartoons, this dress came off (or in other cases, she wore a long gown that would become translucent at certain times).
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 ROMANO-ARCHIVES Special Collections Department - Jammin' with Betty Boop
Betty Boop's cartoons advertised to the nation their existence and that it was okay to laugh at such issues.
Betty is a girl in her early/mid teens, being nagged to tears by her immigrant parents.
Betty Boop is released from her bonds by the tree to which she is tied, who leaves her garter on a pile of snow over the hole to simulate a grave.
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 Betty Boop
With her loyal dog companions Bimbo and Pudgy by her side, Betty Boop's escapades have led to a very enthusiastic following of fans whose ages range from 4 to 90 years old.
Betty was created by Grim Natwick who said, "I had a song sheet of Helen Kane, and the spit curls came from her.
The voice of Betty Boop was done by several women, including Margie Heinz, Kate Wright and Bonnie Poe, but Little Ann Little and Mae Questel were the most important.
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 Betty Boop CelebriDuck
The Betty Boop series continues to be a favorite of many critics, and the
Betty Boop's popularity persists as well, and references to the character appear in such wide-ranging places as the
A Betty Boop musical is due to be produced on
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 Betty Boop
Betty Boop from the opening title sequence of the earliest entries in the Betty Boop Cartoons series.
Betty Boop is noteworthy for being the first truly feminine cartoon character.
There was controversy surrounding NTA's colorization since, as Turner Entertainment later did with Fleischer's Popeye the Sailor, the cartoons were not colorized by computer, but traced by artists in Korea who skipped drawings and simplified movements, using limited animation in place of Fleischer's full animation.
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 Betty Boop - Collectibles Gifts
Betty Boop, along with her dog Pudgy, are cartoon characters from the 1930's who have made the transition to beloved and collectible character status.
Betty's short skirts and "cute" and "sexy" demeanor are staple features of our Betty Boop collectibles and tshirts.
Even though Betty's career in films was short (the 1930's), she became so well known, her life as a sought after collectible continues.
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 Betty Boop
Betty Boop's on screen debut was in 1930 in the film "Dizzy Dishes".
Betty had a flare all her own, she could be daring and assertive all
Boop cartoon's were made from 1932 to 1939.
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 betty boop collectible figurines   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Photo frame titled ''Tiki Boop.'' Betty has a pineapple drink on the beach with her dog Pudgy.
Tealight holder titled ''Tropical Boop.'' Betty has an umbrella drink on the beach with her dog Pudgy.
Betty has a bobble spring at the waist and wears a grass skirt made of yellow plastic grass.
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 Betty Boop   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Betty Boop was born in the early 1930's at the Fleishcher Brothers studio in New York.
The majority of Betty Boop voices were done by Mae Questel.
Betty's one and only colored cartoon in the 1930s was "Poor Cinderella".
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