About Betty Boop
Ever since her first appearance on "Dizzy Dishes" (1930) as a French poodle no less, and the subsequent upgrading on "Stopping the Show" (1932) that revamped her as a siren, this “little queen of the animated screen” has won hearts galore with her alluring blend of wide-eyed naiveté and sensuality. Betty Boop, the first female flapper cartoon, rocks many boats with the adult undertones running through her films, yet her boop-oop-a-doop and its appeal endures through whatever time throws at it. Devotees can celebrate this fortitude by shopping from the massive lot of tres chic and Boop-ish merchandise for Max Fleischer's creation on eBay, which includes Betty Boop cookie jars, wall calendars, fan club t-shirts, DVDs, backpacks, and wallets. Whether you pick the vintage handpainted Betty Boop figurines from her cabaret singer days in the 1930s, or newer, contemporary choices such as a Biker, Jet Settin', or Glamour Betty, trust in the reliable sellers to ship Betty Boop home with the deference she deserves.