My Betty Boop Page

Betty started out in the 1930's as a dog character without a name. Betty's love interest was also a dog character named Bimbo. As Betty's popularity grew, she went through a transformation, losing her dog characteristics. Bimbo remained as her boyfriend despite the fact that he remained a dog throughout his career. Her little dog Pudgy was introduced in 1931.



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Here are a few Betty Boop facts that you might

find interesting:

  • Early Betty Boop cartoons featured Bimbo as the main character and Betty as the supporting cast member

  • Mae Questal, the famous voice of Betty Boop, was the first voice for Olive Oyl in Popeye cartoons

  • Betty Boop's last cartoons were made in 1939

  • Over 80 Betty Boop cartoons were made from 1932 to 1939

  • The phrase "Made of pen and ink, she will wink you with a wink..." introduced Betty's early cartoons



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