History WesternAnimation / BettyBoop

11th Jun '17 8:49:36 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Once the Hays Office grew its claws, [[InterspeciesRomance Interspecies couples]] like Betty and Bimbo were completely taboo, so by 1934, Bimbo was abruptly dropped from the cartoons. He did appear in Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery, however, and he still pops up in merchandise time and time again.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Once the Hays Office grew its claws, [[InterspeciesRomance Interspecies interspecies couples]] like Betty and Bimbo were completely taboo, so by 1934, Bimbo was abruptly dropped from the cartoons. He did appear in Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery, however, and he still pops up in merchandise time and time again.
11th Jun '17 8:48:23 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ActionMom: "The Bum Bandit" has Betty (or Nan as she's called in this one) as a badass with seventeen kids.

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* ActionMom: "The Bum Bandit" has Betty (or Nan as she's called in this one) as a badass with [[MassiveNumberedSiblings seventeen kids.kids]].
3rd Jun '17 1:26:17 PM ectostar
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20th Jan '17 6:42:32 PM Xtifr
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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from Creator/FleischerStudios, '''''Betty Boop''''' was the mirror of the stereotypical [[TheFlapper flapper]], simultaneously looking for a good time and good-at-heart. In early cartoons, Betty's pals were WesternAnimation/KokoTheClown and Bimbo the dog; later on, Betty's grandpa Grampy, wild cousin Buzzy, and nonhumanized puppy Pudgy headlined episodes of their own.

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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from Creator/FleischerStudios, '''''Betty Boop''''' ''Betty Boop'' was the mirror of the stereotypical [[TheFlapper flapper]], simultaneously looking for a good time and good-at-heart. In early cartoons, Betty's pals were WesternAnimation/KokoTheClown and Bimbo the dog; later on, Betty's grandpa Grampy, wild cousin Buzzy, and nonhumanized puppy Pudgy headlined episodes of their own.



As of 2013, Olive Films is releasing fully restored shorts of the series on Blu-Ray, [[http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Betty-Boop-The-Essential-Collection-Volume-One-Blu-ray/74378/#Review culminating with four volumes.]] A [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/CGI hybrid feature film]] based on the series [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/betty-boop-film-planned-by-simon-cowell-and-animal-logic-102692.html has also been announced]], and is being produced by AnimalLogic.

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As of 2013, Olive Films is releasing fully restored shorts of the series on Blu-Ray, [[http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Betty-Boop-The-Essential-Collection-Volume-One-Blu-ray/74378/#Review culminating with four volumes.]] A [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/CGI hybrid feature film]] based on the series [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/betty-boop-film-planned-by-simon-cowell-and-animal-logic-102692.html has also been announced]], and is being produced by AnimalLogic.
Creator/AnimalLogic.
8th Jan '17 10:27:57 AM Prinzenick
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* CrossOver: With WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat in the ''Betty Boop and Felix" newspaper comic.

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* CrossOver: With WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat in the ''Betty Boop and Felix" ''ComicStrip/BettyBoopAndFelix" newspaper comic.
4th Jan '17 1:45:47 AM ElectroKraken
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* DownerEnding: The WesternAnimation/ScreenSong short "Romantic Melodies" (which is really a Betty Boop short in all but name) ends with Bimbo and his band getting hauled off to jail due to [[DreadfulMusician their dreadful music]] (probably for disturbing the peace) much to Betty's tearful despair.

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* DownerEnding: The WesternAnimation/ScreenSong ''WesternAnimation/ScreenSongs'' short "Romantic Melodies" (which is really a Betty Boop short in all but name) ends with Bimbo and his band getting hauled off to jail due to [[DreadfulMusician their dreadful music]] (probably for disturbing the peace) much to Betty's tearful despair.
3rd Jan '17 2:51:44 AM ClockClockClock
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* LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy: There were usually more FunnyAnimals then humans in the classic cartoons.
31st Dec '16 1:07:33 PM rafi
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* {{Expy}}:
** The 50's ''WesternAnimation/HermanAndKatnip'' short "Of Mice and Magic" had a very blatant stand-in for Betty called "Louise" who was a mouse. Her design and mannerisms were basically the same as Betty's, but adjusted to have bits of a cartoon mouse -- also, there was the fact that she was voiced by Mae Questel, Betty's voice actress, who used her Betty voice for Louise.
** "Googy Goop" in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode "The Girl With the Googily Goop", a full-on parody of the cartoons. She had a red nose like the Warners', but otherwise looked exactly the same as Betty.
22nd Dec '16 7:34:11 PM ClockClockClock
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* StockingFiller: Betty is rarely seen without her signature garter on her left thigh, with the exception of cartoons under the Hays Code.
11th Dec '16 5:19:43 PM smalltime
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* OutOfCharacterMoment: In "The Romance of Betty Boop" Betty is depicted as a shallow GoldDigger.
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