Earlier than there was Jessica Rabbit or Holli Would, Betty Boop was the OG animated vixen. Betty Boop was created by animator Max Fleischer in 1930 with the assistance of Grim Natwick. Boop first appeared within the Talkartoon sequence in an episode entitled “Dizzy Dishes.” Boop was initially animated as a French poodle, however then was created as a flapper lady by 1932 within the cartoon “Any Rags.” She was enormously impressed by singer and actress Helen Kane, who sued Fleischer over Boop’s now iconic “Boop Oop a Doop” line. Boop additionally takes inspiration from movie star Clara Bow. Boop was initially voiced by Margie Hines, nonetheless, actress Mae Questel took over the position in 1931. Questel voiced the character till 1938 after which reprised the position 50 years later in 1988’s “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” Immediately, Boop is formally voiced by actresses Sandy Fox and Cindy Robinson. Presently, a Betty Boop musicial is within the works, nonetheless an official launch date has but to be introduced.