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Betty Boop Any Rags? (1932). Betty's voice is provided by Mae Questel. Any Rags, though her look & in general her character was now set. She'd truly & officially be called Betty Boop soon in that same year in Boop-oop-a-doop (1932).

The 4th in Fleischer Studios' Color Classics series of cartoons. A boy gets trigger happy with his BB gun, but soon regrets it.

The 31st in Fleischer Studios' Color Classics cartoon series. This one is a little weird -- Littke Lambkins is a toddler who lives in the country and enjoys hanging out with his animal pals. When his parents decide to move into more modern digs in town, Lambkins sabotages the electric washer + wringer, ironing robots, and other conveniences, resulting in property damage and potentially fatal situations for his parents. They become disillusioned with the new house, move back into the old one, and Lambkins lives happily ever after.

Bluto bullies Popeye and attempts to sabotage Popeye's date with Olive. Animation by Tom Johnson and Frank Endres. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1956.

Betty's Second apperance. (1930) Her voice is provided by Margie Hines. Betty goes by the name of Nancy Lee. As Nancy she's rather freakish in the marionette way she moves her legs & when she screws up her face she's horridly ugly. Had there been a "progression" of a primitive Betty to the Betty we are happiest to know & love.

Olive Oyl is the femme fatale with a valuable, green, glowing jewel in need of protection. Popeye plays private eye and saves the day. Animation by Tom Johnson and Frank Endres. Story by I. Klein. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1954.

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