In between, he also focused on his new baby, Boop Boop
, an 18-inch toddler with a big mouth on its stomach, carrying a giant lollipop.
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Figurines, Elvis & Marilyn Monroe Tin signs, Named Christmas Baubles, Bauble drinking glasses, Vivid Arts Animals & Meerkats, Recycled bike chain ornaments, Triumph, Harley Davidson & Norton tin signs, Gordons Gin lemon boards, Light up letters, Waiting for santa personalised stocking Fireplaces, Newcastle Brown Ale Bottle Clocks, Rainbow Glasses, Huge Range of Electrical appliances from Kettles, Toasters, Blenders, Coffee Machines, Carving knives, Steamers, Vacuums, Bread makers, Hair dryers, Straighteners, Hair trimmers........
In the summer of 1930, a Viennese Jewish immigrant named Max Fleischer created an anthropomorphized poodle named Betty Boop
. The pooch waited tables and sang in a cartoon called "Dizzy Dishes." But Betty was destined for human greatness: Soon enough, Fleischer dropped her floppy dog ears, and added earrings and pin curls -- and a pair of Yiddish-speaking parents.