History WesternAnimation / BettyBoop

1st Sep '16 6:07:40 AM Prinzenick
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* CrossOver: With FelixTheCat in the ''Betty Boop and Felix" newspaper comic.

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* CrossOver: With FelixTheCat WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat in the ''Betty Boop and Felix" newspaper comic.
30th Aug '16 6:47:18 PM ClockClockClock
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Betty Boop is getting a [[http://deadline.com/2016/02/betty-boop-animated-series-max-fleischer-1201700613/ 26 episode animated series]] by Normaal Animation.
4th Aug '16 7:32:01 AM Prinzenick
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* DigitalDestruction: The "Definitive Collection" series of VHS tapes brings together almost all of Betty's original theatrical cartoons--but at the price of some of the most blatant DVNR ravaging of any old cartoon restoration! Only the first tape seemed to escape these problems.
** Also of note is that on one of the tapes, the print included of "Romantic Melodies" made the mistake of reusing a sloppily retraced recolor print of the cartoon, which has blatantly inferior quality to the actual film, and even de-colorizing it into black and white to pass it off as the real cartoon!

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* DigitalDestruction: The "Definitive Collection" series of VHS tapes brings together almost all of Betty's original theatrical cartoons--but at the price of some of the most blatant DVNR ravaging of any old cartoon restoration! Only the first tape seemed to escape these problems.
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Also of note is that on one of the tapes, the print included of "Romantic Melodies" made the mistake of reusing a sloppily retraced recolor print of the cartoon, which has blatantly inferior quality to the actual film, and even de-colorizing it into black and white to pass it off as the real cartoon!
6th Jul '16 8:04:06 PM ironicusername
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* BlackComedy: In 1934's "Poor Cinderella", the anthropomorphic pumpkin laments how overjoyed he is to be used as a carriage- so he won't get chopped up for pie.
22nd Jun '16 4:54:17 AM Adept
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* Dizzy Dishes ({{Talkartoons}}) August 9[[labelnote:*]][[NamesTheSame as a LittleAudrey cartoon from the 1950's]][[/labelnote]]

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* Dizzy Dishes ({{Talkartoons}}) (WesternAnimation/{{Talkartoons}}) August 9[[labelnote:*]][[NamesTheSame as a LittleAudrey cartoon from the 1950's]][[/labelnote]]
21st Jun '16 11:28:30 PM Adept
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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from Creator/f
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/f
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.



* DerangedAnimation: The shorts from 1930-1933 had some very wacky animation, typical of the work of FleischerStudios. By the mid to late 30's, this was either toned down considerably or thrown out altogether.

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* DerangedAnimation: The shorts from 1930-1933 had some very wacky animation, typical of the work of FleischerStudios.Fleischer Studios. By the mid to late 30's, this was either toned down considerably or thrown out altogether.
21st Jun '16 11:25:34 PM Adept
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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from 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 FleischerStudios, Creator/f
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.
21st Jun '16 10:56:44 PM Adept
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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from 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 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 WesternAnimation/KokoTheClown and Bimbo the dog; later on, Betty's grandpa Grampy, wild cousin Buzzy, and nonhumanized puppy Pudgy headlined episodes of their own.
21st Jun '16 10:55:48 PM Adept
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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from 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 [[OutOfTheInkwell 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.

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Pioneering cartoon series (from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930-1939]], plus a few one-off revivals) from 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 [[OutOfTheInkwell Koko the Clown]] WesternAnimation/KokotheClown and Bimbo the dog; later on, Betty's grandpa Grampy, wild cousin Buzzy, and nonhumanized puppy Pudgy headlined episodes of their own.
22nd May '16 7:50:27 PM Cranberries
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* AWeightyAesop: In one episode involving Betty trying to exercise, a mishap involving her exercise machine makes her as skinny as a noodle, this makes Little Jimmy laugh in hysterics over her appearance. She ends up laughing as well, and then the furniture starts coming alive to laugh at her too. This laughing fit goes on to where they all start to get bigger in size! The furniture laughs even harder to the point of falling apart as Betty and Jimmy turn morbidly obese. To end the short they waddle dance and sing, "If you're thin, don't worry over that. Just begin to laugh and you'll grow fat!"
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