Little Audrey is the main character in a series of Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios cartoons from 1947 to 1958. Little Audrey was a favorite among the all-American men and is aimed at primarily male adult audiences. Little Audrey is officially considered the first all-American tomboy.
Little Audrey first appeared in the 1947 Noveltoon, "Santa's Surprise", in which she is the all-American girl who lives in Manhattan, New York City, and the most prominent member of a multicultural child cast. According to the animation, her first starring role was in the short "Butterscotch and Soda".
Why She's So Cute and Very, VERY Funny
- She is America's cutest tomboy.
- Due to being a comedian, she is an American comedy's biggest tomboy, as she went to the same level as the biggest names in all-American comedy.
- She's the queen of mischief, the sultana of slapstick silliness, and most of all, the goddess of wackiness.
- Her voice (provided by Mae Questel) suits her very well.
- She has the cuteness of Casper the Friendly Ghost and Betty Boop, but was even more mischievous in a good way, unlike Little Lulu and Herman the Mouse.
- Since she'd steal the show in episodes like "Santa's Surprise", she quickly became famous among all-American men!
- Like most of the tomboys of the '30s, '40s, and '50s, she loves more boyish hobbies but hates more girly hobbies (except for a few of them).
- She dramatically fits in slapstick, physical comedy, surreal humor, and all kinds of wacky hijinks.
- According to "Videohound's Golden Movie Retriever, 1992", she's the rapscallion who loves having fun with her friends.
- She makes the American audience laugh harder and harder, just like any other all-American animated cartoon character!
- She has many hilarious moments. Due to being an all-American prankster, she is very good at telling jokes, playing pranks, and prank calls. She was also great at telling knock-knock jokes.
- Her jazzy theme song, Little Audrey Says, was very catchy and fun. She even tap dances to her own theme song, while she's singing her theme song at the same time.
- Despite being one of America's zaniest animated cartoon characters ever created, she starred in only 16 theatrical cartoons, from 1947 to 1958.
- Her descendant was just as cute and entertaining to watch.
- The character is not entirely original, as she only exists because of Little Lulu and was created as her replacement for Famous Studios. Many of her characteristics and jokes were even copied from Little Lulu.
- She was extremely out of character in "Hold the Lion Please", as she acted like a disloyal and spoiled brat in that short. Fortunately, this characterization would immediately be undone in "Audrey the Rainmaker", and has since then maintained her original personality.
- Due to being gassy, she was very flatulent, especially with her making fart jokes.
- After "Dawg Gawn" was released in 1958, she was absent. But after 60 years, she returned when DreamWorks Animation created a TV show for Netflix, called Harvey Street Kids.
- As her popularity increased, she starred in more than 250 comic book issues.
- She loves hanging out with boys, especially her boyfriend, Melvin.
- She can speak with my very thick New York City accent.
- She had reddish-brown hair with ribbons making three pigtails.
- To fit her cuteness and tomboyishness, she wore a stylish 1930s outfit, which was very similar to the traditional all-American tomboy.
- Including a little blue dress with puffed sleeves, white ankle socks, and a pair of very shiny black Mary Jane shoes.
- She was the official mascot of Paramount Pictures. Then, in 1958, she was acquired by Harvey Comics, to become the biggest Harveytoon star.
- Finally, in 2012, she was acquired by DreamWorks Animation, to become DreamWorks Animation's most iconic heroine of all time.
- Due to being a hipster, she really loves jazz and swing music, rather I'm playing my trumpet to do my Jazz music!
- I was so good at scat-singing and tap-dancing!
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