Fearless Fred is Betty Boop's semi-regular boyfriend in the earlier cartoon series from 1933-1934. He makes his first appearance in Betty Boop's Trialas a policeman. Fred pursues Betty, she accidentally breaks the speed limit. Freddy arrests her and take her to traffic court. Frearless Fred also makes several appearances throughout 1934 in features such as She Wronged Him Right, Betty Boop's LifeGuard, There's Something About A Solider,Betty Boop's Prize Show. Fearless Fred made his last appearance in No! No! A Thousand Times No! and then was later brought back for a one-shot appearance in the comic book series and 1985 film short.
- Fearless Fred: "Unhand that woman you villain!" (She Wronged Him Right)
- Fearless Fred: "I regret I have but one life to give for your kiss Betty!" (There's Something About a Soldier)
- Fearless Fred: "Remember in time of need Fearless Fred the sheriff is always at your service!" (Betty Boop's Prize Show)
- Fearless Fred: "Are the stars out tonight! I don't know if it's cloudy or bright cause I only have ice for you Betty!" (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Betty Boop: "I could use a chunk Freddy!" (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Fearless Fred: "Your wish is my thrill!" (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Fearless Fred: "I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed delivering it." (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Fearless Fred: "Betty may I take you out to a movie on your day off? Afterwards we can take a refreshing ride on the ferry. I won't keep you out late I have a lawsuit class at midnight." (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Betty Boop: "Look...you're a nice boy Freddy but I'm really looking for a man of culture and wealth!" (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Fearless Fred: "He'll be darn lucky to get you Betty." (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Betty Boop: "Yes he will! I might even make him president after I achieve personal greatness naturally. Now if you will excuse me I have to get to work this evening!" (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- Fearless Fred: "Of course...forgive me for detaining you and thank you for taking my ice * Betty slams door in his face." (The Romance of Betty Boop)
- ??? (1934-1935)
- Sean Allan (1985)
The Romance of Betty Boop
Fearless Fred appears as Freddy the Ice-Seller in The Romance of Betty Boop (1985), and has a crush on Betty but Betty seems more intrested millionaire " Waldo Van Lavish". After saving Betty from the gangsters Betty and Freddy confess their love for one another in song, but Betty gets a call from Hollywood and chooses Hollywood over Freddy.
Fearless Fred also appears in the Betty Boop comic strip. He appears as one of Betty's many boyfriends. Betty meets up with Fred to go to a restaurant. Fred's hair is a light blonde or red instead of jet black in the comic.
- Fred is Betty's second boyfriend, the first being Bimbo the dog.
- It was often thought that Bimbo had transformed from a dog into Fred which is false information.
- Fearless Fred only appeared in five Betty Boop cartoons from 1934-1935.
- Fred was removed from the series from 1935 and was never seen again until the 1985 short "The Romance of Betty Boop" and he was also given a new character design.
- Fearless Fred slightly resembles Betty Boop in his facial features like Disney's Mickey and Minnie, only his kewpie doll features are evened out to look more masculine.
- In There's Something About a Soldier when a machine removes Freds clothing he is deemed as unfit, until the machine rolls him back into shape.
- Freds rival is villian Heeza Rat.
- Betty's relationship with Fred is akward. In The Romance of Betty Boop, Betty shows no interest in him, even after he saved her life. At the end of the film she chooses Hollywood over him.
- In some up to date artworks Fred's hair has been changed from black to blonde and sometimes even red, to differ from Betty.
- On the Fleischer Studios & Betty Boop official websites promotional artworks Fred can be seen in a crowd of cartoon characters alongside Betty Boop which also includes Bimbo, Grampy and Koko the Clown.