Year: 2014

When Betty Boop was … a REDHEAD!

MAX and Me by Ginny Mahoney Granddaughter of Betty Boop’s creator, Max Fleischer The year was 1934 and Betty was starring in Poor Cinderella, the first color film to be made by Fleischer Studios. All of Betty’s previous films were in black and white. In fact, this is the only color film that Betty appeared […]

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Betty Boop Ushers in Summer with the Red, White & Boop!

During the American Revolution, John Adams famously wrote to his wife, Abigail, about how he thought future generations of Americans would commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence: “It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the […]

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Great Art Deserves Canvas

From the moment she first appeared on Max Fleischer’s drawing board, Betty Boop has been a true work of art. What better way to capture the charm of Betty Boop than to recreate her as art and admire her like the true muse she is? Giclée canvas artwork from iCanvasART offers the texture, look and […]

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The Winners of the Betty Boop x Howard Keys Promotion Are …

Congratulations to the winners of our Betty Boop x Howard Keys promotion: Estella D., Wanda L., Joyce J., Tamisha C., Elisabeth T. and Michelle W. Please check your inbox for an email or Facebook for a message (most likely in your “Other” folder) for information on how to claim your keys.  http://bettyboop.com/2014/05/29/win-a-set-of-betty-boop-keys/#more-12692

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