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11th Feb '16 8:00:42 AM Hedging
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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred when the studio grew tired of paying royalties to produce ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' cartoons and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.

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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred when the studio grew tired of paying royalties to produce ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' cartoons and creating decided to create a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to they could used in the shorts.shorts for no cost. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.
7th Feb '16 3:18:41 PM nombretomado
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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred when the studio grew tired of paying royalties to produce ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' cartoons and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.

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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation.UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred when the studio grew tired of paying royalties to produce ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' cartoons and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.
4th Jan '16 7:01:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred when the studio grew tired of paying royalties to produce ''LittleLulu'' cartoons and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.

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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred when the studio grew tired of paying royalties to produce ''LittleLulu'' ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' cartoons and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.
13th Apr '15 1:39:04 AM QWEGUGUYIOGUHB
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12th Apr '15 10:03:32 PM WillBGood
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* Song of the Birds (a semi-remake of the 1930's [[FleischerStudios Max Fleischer]] ColorClassics short of the same name): November 18, 1949

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* Song of the Birds (a semi-remake of the 1930's [[FleischerStudios Max Fleischer]] ColorClassics ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' short of the same name): November 18, 1949
23rd Jul '14 10:17:05 AM TheMysteriousTroper
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* PublicDomainAnimation: a few shorts have slipped into the public domain and can be found on a number of cheap VHS and DVDs.

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* PublicDomainAnimation: a few shorts have slipped into the public domain and can be found on a number of cheap VHS and DVDs.[=DVD=]s.
17th Jun '14 8:36:32 AM TheBeanerItWas
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* CaptainErsatz: Little Audrey was created so Paramount wouldn't have to pay Lulu's creator Marge Henderson Buell royalties for rights to the character

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* CaptainErsatz: Little Audrey was created so Paramount wouldn't have to pay Lulu's creator Marge Henderson Buell royalties for rights to the charactercharacter.
* CheerfulChild: Audrey, when she's not being a brat.
14th Jun '14 1:20:29 PM yakko
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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred by the studio deciding not to renew the rights to ''LittleLulu'' (so they wouldn't have to pay royalties to use Lulu in their cartoons) and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.

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Little Audrey is a cartoon character from FamousStudios, made during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. Her creation was spurred by when the studio deciding not grew tired of paying royalties to renew the rights to produce ''LittleLulu'' (so they wouldn't have to pay royalties to use Lulu in their cartoons) cartoons and creating a [[{{Expy}} a similar character]] to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced BettyBoop and Olive Oyl in the {{Popeye}} cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Creator/HarveyComics afterward.
6th Apr '14 11:02:58 PM Regulas314
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* Santa's Surprise: December 5, 1947

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* Santa's Surprise: December 5, 19471947 PublicDomain.



* Butterscotch And Soda: July 16, 1948

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* Butterscotch And Soda: July 16, 19481948 PublicDomain.



* Tarts and Flowers: May 26, 1950
* Goofy Goofy Gander: August 18, 1950

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* Tarts and Flowers: May 26, 1950
1950 PublicDomain.
* Goofy Goofy Gander: August 18, 19501950 PublicDomain.



* The Seapreme Court: January 29, 1954

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* The Seapreme Court: January 29, 19541954 PublicDomain.


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* PublicDomainAnimation: a few shorts have slipped into the public domain and can be found on a number of cheap VHS and DVDs.
29th Mar '14 1:26:00 PM StevenT
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* OnlyOneName: Until the comics, where her last name is Smith.
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