Betty Boop made her debut in Dizzy Dishes (released August 9, 1930), a Max Fleischer cartoon, in which she sang in a cabaret full of funny animals. Her creation is credited to animator Myron "Grim" Natwick. She wasn't quite herself in that first outing — for one thing, she wasn't the star, but appeared only in one brief scene; and for another, she was depicted as a dog. But her characteristic "Boop-oop-a-doop" was there right from the beginning.
3D lenticular Produts are beautiful and entertaining. Can be framed, displayed ... to catch the attention of every walker-by; or mail them to friends and relatives for a real treat. On the card Betty is classic and alluring as she's ready for a late evening on the town with 3D abstract design in the background or changing her pos.