You really have to see her in a 1930's piece of animation to appreciate the innocence, cleverness and of course the humour that lay behind her controversial bottom. Hey, if I could draw some moving pictures like this now, I'd be one happy flipping camper.
Her voice came from Mae Questel, a gal from Brooklyn. (Mae also did Olive Oyl on Popeye cartoons).
Here she is with Grampy in Housecleaning Blues. In this piece, I can see very clearly that Betty and I have always been on the same wavelength. Let me ditch the housecleaning - I wanna go for a ride!