Jada Toys Chevy Master Deluxe 1939 Scale 1/24 Bonus Sets Betty Boop

Tired of coming up to me it feels like to go to sleep when I see a pillow on the mattress, but I’m far away for you for the sake of you diecast lovers especially JADA lovers.

There are appearances that are sexy, beautiful, and classic. There was also a 1939 chevy master deluxe toy diecast with a very iconic cartoon figure stand, Betty Boop.

Do you think we will talk about the Betty Boop or the Chevy Master Deluxe? Talk to the Betty Boop. Because it might be a bit useless when I talk about the Jada Toys Chevy Master Deluxe 1939 Review of Diecast because I’m sure this item will definitely be hunted by JADA lovers and collectors.

Betty Boop, a cartoon character made by Max Fleischer was launched for the first time in an animated film titled Dizzy Dishes.

The figure of Grim Natwick, senior animator who works for the Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks studios, was instrumental in creating a figure whose model was taken from Helen Kane – singer and performer contracted by Paramount Pictures, a studio that also distributes Fleischer cartoons.

Before Helen Kane, Clara Bow was first made a model of Betty Boop. Citing the July 1, 2009 New York Times, Betty Boop was once considered one of the first and most famous sex symbols on the animated screen. He is a symbol of the Depression-era and a reminder of the happier days of Jazz Age flappers.

Its popularity is largely taken from the adult audience, and its cartoons contain many sexual and psychological elements especially in the “Talkartoon” Minnie the Moocher in 1932 – which features the Calloway Cab and its orchestras.

Minnie the Moocher defines Betty’s character as a modern-day teenager, contrary to her parents’ conservative upbringing.

Betty Boop appeared unique among female cartoon characters, representing her figure as a woman with sexual attraction.

Generally, other female cartoon characters are just clones of their male characters, with costume changes, the addition of eyelashes, and female voices. While Betty Boop appeared different, wearing a short dress, high heels, garters, and a low cleavage wrapped in a corset.

Previously, Betty Boop was designed with an ugly face. In 1932, the character was redesigned to make it look more real like humans.

Betty Boop’s ears, which initially drooped like a dog’s, were turned into rounded and decorated earrings. His hair was cut bob.

That’s the story of the cartoon character Betty Boop who made a bonus set in the 1939 Jada Toys Chevy Master Deluxe Diecast. As a reference for the price of the 1939 Jada Toys Chevy Master Deluxe Diecast is at US $ 32.95.

That is all our story today, I must withdraw immediately, because these eyes are tired and the body cannot be compromised, wanting to lie down on the bed right away.

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