Betty Boop & Mickey Mouse

Betty Boop is an animated cartoon character created by Max Fleischer, with help from animators including Grim Natwick. Mickey Mouse is a cartoon character created in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks at The Walt Disney Studio. 5.0/5

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Max Fleischer who invented Betty Boop (in the same way Disney invented Mickey Mouse) and the rotoscope. He made Superman a lot cooler.
What is great about Betty Boop is very clear. She is an animated cartoon character who has not lost her immense popularity over the course of time. If anything, as the years do go by, she seems to still be hanging in there very strong. This is something that does say an awful lot about the power of animated cartoon figures and just how they do manage to become cultural icons with the passage of time. Betty Boop is no different from Mickey Mouse and Cinderella. This is because she is a little lady that is just as famous as the Disney cartoon characters are and for all the right reasons. All the right reasons are that people do grow to love these wonderful characters and they do develop their own adoring personal legion of fans from all across the world.
Fruita Water will be at Canton On November 28th, 29th and 30th and Mickey Mouse and Betty Boop will be there also...
I would say this was a right Mickey Mouse operation...but this ain't even Betty Boop!
I hate when adults are in love with Walmart characters like Tinkerbell or Mickey Mouse or Betty Boop.
Watching "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". LOVE this movie: Betty Boop, Jessica Rabbit, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Donald and Daffy Duck on dueling pianos ha all the cartoons.
They are legends who created legends. Without them we would have no Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, Woody Woodpecker, Betty Boop, or The Flintsones. They are the Masters of Animation, all profiled in this wonderful book by John Grant. Grant spotlights 37 of the most talented animators and creators whose creations you certainly know, even if you don't know their names. Each profile provides detailed biographical information about each of these men, and includes synopses of some of their most noted work as well as Grant's analysis and other anecdotes about their lives. Among the animators included are all of the Warner Brothers greats including Tex Avery, Bob Clampett, Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, and Robert McKimson. Also included are: Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse creator Ub Iwerks, Hanna Barbera, Ralph Bakshi, Don Bluth, The Fleischer Brothers, early pioneer Winsor McCay, and Woody Woodpecker creator Walter Lantz. While you certainly know their works, Grant fills you in on a lot of details about their lives and the ...
Next person who tries to find out how I intend to vote next month will guarantee that Mickey Mouse will win the popular vote, by a landslide. And He intends to reach across party lines and recruit Wile E. Coyote as his VP, with Fat Freddy Scat to be their chief-of-staff. And he promised to appoint Snagglepuss as Secretary of State, Betty Boop as Secretary of HEW, and Foghorn Leghorn and "that Dog" to the high court... Vote for the Toon Party! nominate your toon favorite and which cabinet post or other office they belong in!
Cartoon sex symbol Betty Boop made her debut on this date in 1930. She appeared in a Max Fleischer short called "Dizzy Dishes," and she was a real dog. She'd been created as a counterpart to Bimbo, a little hound who was Fleischer Studios' answer to Disney's Mickey Mouse. Bimbo needed a girlfriend, so Fleischer drew a sexy French poodle. Eventually, her floppy ears evolved into hoop earrings, and Betty became a human, rather than a canine, flapper.
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