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  • Betty Boop is the fish flavoured wallpaper paste, your welcome used to clean out Mr Blobby's uterus hairs. Raised in wolf clubs Betty is renowned for her, ... his poo-formance unespecially in 201.89pix B to the C when he didn't knock out a haggis. Roger the Dodger licks 34.5
  • Betty Boop is an Wii game by European budget publisher Phoenix Games. This article is a stub. You can help the Nintendo Wiki by expanding it.
  • Betty Boop is an animated character created by Grim Natwick, and made famous in a series of films by the Fleischer Studios. Debuting in 1930 in the short Dizzy Dishes, the character was originally an anthropomorphic dog, before transforming into the overtly sexual flapper girl. Toned down due to the Production Code of 1933, which imposed guidelines on the Motion Picture Industry as to sexual innuendos and references, her popularity dwindled, with the last cartoons released in 1939.
  • Betty Boop is a beautiful and very sexy animated cartoon character who starred in the Talkartoon Series. She was created By Grim natwick and perfected by the fleischer studios. usually as Girlfriend to Bimbo the Dog. Betty's popularity increased which resulted her getting her own series called the Betty Boop series which was produced by Max Fleischer. These series were released by Paramount Pictures from 1930 to 1939. Additionally, Betty Boop has continued to show up in repackaged compilations of her films, as well Koko as a cameo in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? In the 1980s Betty also appeared in two short movies in The Romance of Betty Boop & Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery. Betty Boop was based on the real-life singer Helen Kane, who was known for her "Boop-Oop-a-doop" trademark, from which
  • Pioneering cartoon series (from 1930-1939, plus a few one-off revivals) from Fleischer Studios, Betty Boop was the mirror of the stereotypical flapper, simultaneously looking for a good time and good-at-heart. In early cartoons, Betty's pals were Koko the Clown and Bimbo the dog; later on, Betty's grandpa Grampy, wild cousin Buzzy, and nonhumanized puppy Pudgy headlined episodes of their own.
  • [[wikipedia:wikipedia:File:Helen kane.JPG|250px|right|thumb|Helen Kane – the original||]] [[wikipedia:wikipedia:Image:Betty-bimbo-minnie-the-mooc.jpg|250px|right|thumb|Betty Boop and Bimbo in Minnie the Moocher (1932)||]] Betty Boop made her first appearance on August 9, 1930, in the cartoon Dizzy Dishes; the sixth installment in Fleischer's Talkartoon series. Although Clara Bow is often given as being the model for Boop, she actually began as a caricature of singer Helen Kane. The character was originally created as an anthropomorphic French poodle.
  • Americas first cartoon flapper icon. The first appearance of Betty Boop was in the 6th Talkartoon starring Bimbo, entitled "Dizzy Dishes" (1930.) Grim Natwick was the first animator to draw Betty, who had not yet been officially named. He took inspiration for Betty's spit curls from a song sheet of Helen Kane, commonly called the "Boop Oop a Doop Girl".
  • Betty Boop is a character created by animators Grim Natwick and Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios in 1930, first seen in the animated short Dizzy Dishes and going on to appear in a total 110 cartoons. Originally an antropomorphic French poodle, she soon changed into a young human girl noted for her sex-appeal. Her last cartoon appeared in 1939, after being toned down due to restrictions set by the film industry. However, comics and television specials later appeared and she remains a popular merchandise icon.
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  • [[wikipedia:wikipedia:File:Helen kane.JPG|250px|right|thumb|Helen Kane – the original||]] [[wikipedia:wikipedia:Image:Betty-bimbo-minnie-the-mooc.jpg|250px|right|thumb|Betty Boop and Bimbo in Minnie the Moocher (1932)||]] Betty Boop made her first appearance on August 9, 1930, in the cartoon Dizzy Dishes; the sixth installment in Fleischer's Talkartoon series. Although Clara Bow is often given as being the model for Boop, she actually began as a caricature of singer Helen Kane. The character was originally created as an anthropomorphic French poodle. Max Fleischer finalized Betty Boop as a human character in 1932, in the cartoon Any Rags. Her floppy poodle ears became hoop earrings, and her black poodle nose became a girl's button-like nose. Betty Boop appeared as a supporting character in 10 cartoons as a flapper girl with more heart than brains. In individual cartoons, she was called "Nancy Lee" or "Nan McGrew" – derived from the 1930 Helen Kane film Dangerous Nan McGrew – usually serving as a girlfriend to studio star, Bimbo. Betty's voice was first performed by Margie Hines, and was later performed by several different voice actresses, including Kate Wright, Bonnie Poe, Ann Rothschild (also known as Little Ann Little), and most notably, Mae Questel. Questel, who began voicing Betty Boop in 1931, continued with the role until her death in 1998. Today, Betty is voiced by Tress MacNeille, Sandy Fox and Cindy Robinson in commercials. Although it has been assumed that Betty's first name was established in the 1931 Screen Songs cartoon, Betty Co-ed, this "Betty" is an entirely different character. Even though the song may have led to Betty's eventual christening, any reference to Betty Co-ed as a Betty Boop vehicle is incorrect although the official Betty Boop website describes the titular character as a "prototype" of Betty. There are at least 12 Screen Songs cartoons that featured Betty Boop or a similar character. Betty appeared in the first "Color Classic" cartoon Poor Cinderella, her only theatrical color appearance in 1934. In the film, she was depicted with red hair as opposed to her typical black hair. Betty also made a cameo appearance in the feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), in which she appeared in her traditional black and white and was voiced by Mae Questel. Betty Boop was the star of the Talkartoons by 1932 and was given her own series that same year, beginning with Stopping the Show. From that point on, she was crowned "The Queen of the Animated Screen." The series was popular throughout the 1930s, lasting until 1939.
  • Pioneering cartoon series (from 1930-1939, plus a few one-off revivals) from Fleischer Studios, Betty Boop was the mirror of the stereotypical flapper, simultaneously looking for a good time and good-at-heart. In early cartoons, Betty's pals were Koko the Clown and Bimbo the dog; later on, Betty's grandpa Grampy, wild cousin Buzzy, and nonhumanized puppy Pudgy headlined episodes of their own. The Hays Code essentially killed off all interest in Betty Boop - obviously as a cartoon she couldn't wear such flamboyant outfits or maintain such a casual attitude towards sex. The producers tried to make her more wholesome with more concealing clothes but this approach failed, it having been her flamboyant, Spoiled Sweet attitude that was so much fun to watch for her original viewers in the first place.
  • Americas first cartoon flapper icon. The first appearance of Betty Boop was in the 6th Talkartoon starring Bimbo, entitled "Dizzy Dishes" (1930.) Grim Natwick was the first animator to draw Betty, who had not yet been officially named. He took inspiration for Betty's spit curls from a song sheet of Helen Kane, commonly called the "Boop Oop a Doop Girl". Betty started out being designed as a human-like dog, only her black button nose and floppy ears hinting at her canine nature. These ears later became her round earrings, in part due to the fact that the Fleischer animators had a tendency to change animating styles and features of characters from cartoon to cartoon, and sometimes within the same cartoon. In "Bum Bandit"-1931- Betty's nose changes from black to white and then back again in the same cartoon. Her high baby voice, like her spit curls, were in imitation of singer Helen Kane. Her first starring role was in "Betty Coed" (1931), which also marked the first time the name Betty was connected with the character. In "Any Rags" (1932), Betty became completely human, and her ears permanently became earrings. As for her famous garter, Betty started out with two, then early drawings showing her still with ears show the garter on her right leg. When she became a regular, however, and her features were officially set, the garter moved to her left leg, and stayed there.
  • Betty Boop is a character created by animators Grim Natwick and Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios in 1930, first seen in the animated short Dizzy Dishes and going on to appear in a total 110 cartoons. Originally an antropomorphic French poodle, she soon changed into a young human girl noted for her sex-appeal. Her last cartoon appeared in 1939, after being toned down due to restrictions set by the film industry. However, comics and television specials later appeared and she remains a popular merchandise icon. Fleischer Studios introduced Popeye into animation in the short Popeye the Sailor, which in fact belonged to the Betty Boop series, with the actual Popeye series soon to follow. The cartoon is titled "Popeye the Sailor with Betty Boop", although most of the action revolves around him, Bluto and Olive Oyl. Betty does in fact appear along Popeye, both performing a dance together on stage, in effect making Popeye's first screen appearance a "cross-over". As late as 2016, a new cross-over would be produced: the promotional animated web comic Spinach and Stockings: the Adventures of Betty Boop and Popeye.
  • Betty Boop is the fish flavoured wallpaper paste, your welcome used to clean out Mr Blobby's uterus hairs. Raised in wolf clubs Betty is renowned for her, ... his poo-formance unespecially in 201.89pix B to the C when he didn't knock out a haggis. Roger the Dodger licks 34.5
  • Betty Boop is an Wii game by European budget publisher Phoenix Games. This article is a stub. You can help the Nintendo Wiki by expanding it.
  • Betty Boop is a beautiful and very sexy animated cartoon character who starred in the Talkartoon Series. She was created By Grim natwick and perfected by the fleischer studios. usually as Girlfriend to Bimbo the Dog. Betty's popularity increased which resulted her getting her own series called the Betty Boop series which was produced by Max Fleischer. These series were released by Paramount Pictures from 1930 to 1939. Additionally, Betty Boop has continued to show up in repackaged compilations of her films, as well Koko as a cameo in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? In the 1980s Betty also appeared in two short movies in The Romance of Betty Boop & Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery. Betty Boop was based on the real-life singer Helen Kane, who was known for her "Boop-Oop-a-doop" trademark, from which Betty Boop's name is derived. Betty's voice was provided by several women including Margie Hines, Kate wright, little ann little (Ann rothschild), Bonnie Poe & Mae Questel. With her overt sexual appeal, she was the first female sex symbol in animation history and a big hit with theater-goers. Although Betty was very popular for her time and loved by many, diputes between private film rating organizions and the Hayes Office led to a change in her demeanor and attire. The once very short dress that showed off her garter was lengthened almost to the knee and sleeves were added to create a very conservative young woman. Betty also changed from a fun loving character to one that preferred staying at home away from the men that normally ogled at her. These changes eventually led to a decline in viewing and popularity and the Betty shorts stopped production. Despite having been toned down in the mid-1930s as a result of the Hays Office restrictions, her early cartoons remain very popular today.
  • Betty Boop is an animated character created by Grim Natwick, and made famous in a series of films by the Fleischer Studios. Debuting in 1930 in the short Dizzy Dishes, the character was originally an anthropomorphic dog, before transforming into the overtly sexual flapper girl. Toned down due to the Production Code of 1933, which imposed guidelines on the Motion Picture Industry as to sexual innuendos and references, her popularity dwindled, with the last cartoons released in 1939. Her popularity remained, with the syndication of all 110 of her shorts to television in 1955. A was revived in 1984, along with two made for television specials, and she made a cameo in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Betty appeared alongside Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy in an ad campaign for Adidas Adicolor shoes and training jackets in 2006.
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