Betty's popularity grew, she went through a transformation,
losing her dog characteristics. (Although her dog ears hung
on for a little while, before becoming earrings) Before
long she became the cute and sexy character that we Betty
Boop fans have grown to love. Her body was modeled after
Mae West, and her voice was done by Mae Questal.
There were more then one hundred Betty Boop cartoons produced,
including, "Betty Boop for President" (1932), "Bamboo Isle"
(1932), and "Riding the Rails" (1938), which even received
an Oscar nomination.