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The Little King attends the opera with his wife, but is bored silly and sneaks out. He ends up in a vaudeville theater, where Betty Boop is doing a trick riding...  (more)

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Featuring seemingly three-dimensional backgrounds. The Little King was created by Otto Soglow and first appeared in the New Yorker in 1931. When Soglow's contract with the New Yorker expired in 1934,...  (more)

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THis is a fabulous rarity -- the Fleischers lend a hand to Soglows cryptic monarch The Little King and affords him a night on the town with the most fetching gal in toonland, Betty Boop. THe King grows bored with his wife's company at the opera and...  (read more)
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This cartoon ties Otto Soglow's wonderful "Little King" which he drew from 1934 to 1975 (the year of his death) with the wonderfully antic Betty. The Little King was a wonderfully visual strip which used words sparingly. The character...  (read more)
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