Bimbo (cartoon)

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Bimbo's early character concepts

Bimbo, also known as Bimbo the Dog, is a fat black and white cartoon pup created by the Fleischer Studios.


Bimbo, who first appeared in the 1930 short film, Hot Dog, is most well known for his role in the Betty Boop cartoon series, where he is featured as Betty's main love interest. A precursor design of Bimbo, originally named Fitz, first appeared in the Out of the Inkwell series.

Bimbo appeared in Fleischer cartoons from 1930 until 1933 when he was eliminated from Betty's series by the The Motion Picture Production Code (Hays Code) censorship laws, since an anthropomorphic dog with a human love interest was considered too risque during the time.

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