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"Betty Boop on Motorcycle" is a Limited Edition Sericel by Fleischer Studios, Inc.. Includes Certificate of Authenticity.
Item #200713

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6 x 5.5


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Familiar characters, vibrant colors, and careful details make this sericel one for both serious collectors and casual fans. "Betty Boop on Motorcycle" is a limited edition sericel officially licensed by King Features Syndicate, Inc. and The Hearst Collection with Fleischer Studios, Inc. depicting the cartoon favorite, Betty Boop. Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx. 8" x 6" (Cel/Background), 6" x 5.5" (image).

Betty Boop was the one of the first animated movie characters of the 1930s. Her big screen debut came in 1930 in the film "Little Dishes." Betty Boop was established as a full-fledged personality with the movie "Betty Co-Ed," and by 1932 Betty Boop was considered to be the "first and only animated screen star" who could cover all genres, including drama, comedy, and musicals. For 75 years, fans have loved Betty Boop's endearing charm and have made her a singular American icon.

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