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Betty Boop doll shown is 12" tall and Bimbo; Betty's dog (not shown) is 7 1/2", are cartoon characters from Max Fleischer called "Dizzy Dishes" in 1930 created by Myron Grim Natwick,  this doll was first designed by Joseph Kallus of Cameo.  


Betty has a composition head, wood segmented body, black curly molded painted hair, side glancing to the top of her eyes, jointed, dressed in a black, red or green molded on dress or undressed, with black painted high heel shoes.


The Cameo Betty is marked with a paper label:  Betty Boop Des. & Copyright By Fleischer Studios.


Betty Boop is still produced and loved today by many different doll makers.



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