Betty Boop's May Party andClick the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionBetty Boop's May Party and She Wronged Him Right Betty Boop Animation Drawings (Max Fleischer, 1933/1934).
These are two fantastic drawings of Betty Boop, the popular cartoon caricature of a jazz age flapper. The drawings are from two different episodes housed in one frame. The images are from She Wronged Him Right (1934) and Betty Boop's May Party (1933). Betty measures 3" and 3.5" tall, rendered in graphite. The drawing from Betty Boop's May Party is on 12 field, 3-peghole animation paper while the drawing from She Wronged Him Right has been trimmed to 5" x 8.5". Both pieces are in a frame of 23" x 14.75" under Plexiglas. Frame sold as-is. Included is a screen grab copy of each piece affixed to the back of the frame. Mild age-related toning. Otherwise, Very Good condition.
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