Betty Boop is a flirty girl in “Admission Free” (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop is a flirty girl in “Admission Free” (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty gets the job with “Betty Boop’s Big Boss” (1932) - Max Fleischer

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My Friend the Monkey (1939)

Betty Boop loses her top while Bimbo loses his heart in “Any Rags” (1932) - Max Fleischer

A Pre-code cartoon - after the Hays Code went into effect in 1934, Betty’s image changed and the Fleischer Brothers were forced to depict her in skirts below the knees and as a much more demure character.

Betty gets the job with “Betty Boop’s Big Boss” (1932) - Max Fleischer

Housekeeping, the Betty Boop way - “Betty Boop’s Birthday Party” Max Fleisicher (1933)

Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933) - by Max Fleischer


Betty Boop cries happy tears - "Betty Boop’s Birthday Party" (1933) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop cries happy tears - "Betty Boop’s Birthday Party" (1933) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop loses her top while Bimbo loses his heart in “Any Rags” (1932) - Max Fleischer

A Pre-code cartoon - after the Hays Code went into effect in 1934, Betty’s image changed and the Fleischer Brothers were forced to depict her in skirts below the knees and as a much more demure character.

Making jack-o-lanterns for “Betty Boop’s Halloween Party” (1933)

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Ub Iwerks Flip the Frogs Flapper Girlfriend in “Funny Face” (1933)

First person to draw Betty Boop “Grim Natwick" who also classed himself as the creator of Betty Boop drew this character for the Flip the Frog cartoons. The character’s look was based on Betty Boop’s. In the opening credits Flip the Frog can be seen “Booping”.  In the new release of Funny Face all of her curls have been cut off and her head looks nothing like it did in the original.

Making jack-o-lanterns for “Betty Boop’s Halloween Party” (1933)

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Betty Boop: Oh! (Jumps into Inkwell)

Betty Boop: Well Mr Reporter did ya get everything huh?

Dave Fleischer: Yes… “Eye" got everything!

Betty Boop: Hahaha!  Well so long everybody!

"Betty Boop’s Halloween Party" (1933)

"Betty Boop’s Halloween Party" (1933)

Betty Boop in Max Fleischer’s Poor Cinderella - 1934