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The Definitive Betty Boop The Classic Comic Strip Collection (Hardcover)

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FORMAT: Hardcover
CONDITION:  Brand New
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Learn more about The Definitive Betty Boop:

Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1848567073
ISBN-13: 9781848567078
Sku: 215187536
Publish Date: 11/30/2014
Pages:  224
Age Range:  NA
 
Before Marilyn and Madonna, Betty booped and wriggled her way into hearts worldwide with her unique mix of wide-eyed innocence and powerful cartoon sensuality. Although she made her film debut as a curvaceous canine cabaret singer in the Max Fleischer short "Dizzy Dishes "on August 9, 1930, Betty Boop remains animation''s first leading lady and a glamorous international icon.
This collects all of Betty''s adventures that appeared in the funny pages of daily newspapers in the 1930''s, capturing all the cheeky fun embodied by the character.
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Before Marilyn and Madonna, Betty booped and wriggled her way into hearts worldwide with her unique mix of wide-eyed innocence and powerful cartoon sensuality. Although she made her film debut as a curvaceous canine cabaret singer in the Max Fleischer short Dizzy Dishes on August 9, 1930, Betty Boop remains animation's first leading lady and a glamorous international icon.

This collects all of Betty’s adventures that appeared in the funny pages of daily newspapers in the 1930’s, capturing all the cheeky fun embodied by the character.
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