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Betty Boop
Turns 80 in 2010

January 3, 2010

On August 9, 1930, legendary animator Max Fleischer's studio created the now-iconic Betty Boop for a short called "Dizzy Dishes." Betty's part was tiny - in fact, she hadn't even been named yet - and featured her as a canine cabaret singer. But within two years, Betty would become human, and by 1933, the coquettish vamp with the big green eyes would be batting lashes and stealing hearts across the country.

She sang, she danced, she starred in more than 100 cartoons, several Big Little Books, two syndicated comic strips and two animateds specials on CBS. Today, she's a mass market icon and you can find her likeness on just about any product imaginable.

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