Bimbo

Bimbo is a fictional character, a cartoon dog created by Fleischer Studios. He first appeared in the Out of the Inkwell series and was originally named Fitz. Bimbo was initially inspired by animation director Dick Huemer's work on Mutt and Jeff, who, when working on the Out of the Inkwell series, decided to give protagonist Koko the Clown a canine companion. Bimbo had later become the star of Fleischer's Talkartoons series, making his first appearance as Bimbo in Hot Dog (1930), though Bimbo's design wouldn't become standardized until around 1931. Bimbo was relegated to a supporting character when his girlfriend Betty Boop became a more popular (and human) character (Betty Boop was originally a dog). The Talkartoons series became the Betty Boop series in 1932. He appeared in Fleischer cartoons formally as Bimbo from 1930 to 1933

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