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

Opening and closing credits for Max Fleischer’s Popeye cartoons - c. 1930s

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My Friend the Monkey (1939)


High stepping dapper kitties in Max Fleischer’s “Ain’t She Sweet?” (1933)

High stepping dapper kitties in Max Fleischer’s “Ain’t She Sweet?” (1933)


Kitty hitches a ride on the moon in “Betty Boop’s May Party” (1933)

Kitty hitches a ride on the moon in “Betty Boop’s May Party” (1933)

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.


"Hoppity Goes To Town" (1941) - The Fleischer Brothers

"Hoppity Goes To Town" (1941) - The Fleischer Brothers

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (1948) - by Max Fleischer

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

Kitty cat dance party in Max Fleischer’s "Ain’t She Sweet?" (1933)

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

                The Fleischer Studios

(They will have you looking like Betty Boop in no time)

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