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Forget Mae Questel for a moment, Bonnie Poe another voice of Betty Boop who sounds just like Karen Walker from Will & Grace, Although Bonnie Poe had did the Helen Kane Squecky voice long before the gay character Karen from the Will & Grace Saga. Bonnie Poe was a Helen Kane impersonator, and was hired as a Helen Kane lookalike & hired to do the voice of Betty Boop & Play Betty Boop live.
Bonnie Poe Played Betty Boop live in Hollywood On Parade A-8 with the one and only Dracula Bela Lugosi. But is Often/Always mistaken for Helen Kane & Mae Questel/Questal.Kwestel. mostly By Aaron1,912
Bonnie Poe was also the Initial & First Person to voice Olive Oyl from the Popeye Series, She can be heard as the Dopey Sounding Olive Oyl. Bonnie Voiced Both Betty & Olive Oyl in the first Popeye the Sailor (1,933). Bonnie Poe provided the vocals for Betty Boop in most of the 1,934 cartoon shorts.
She did two more roles as Betty in 1,938, and one as Olive Oyl in 1,938.
Bonnie Poe's Filmography:
Boilesk -- various (uncredited)
Hollywood on Parade No. A-8 -- Betty Boop ( As Betty on-camera live)
Mother Goose Land -- Betty Boop
Morning, Noon and Night -- Betty Boop
Betty Boop's Hallowe'en Party -- Betty Boop
Popeye the Sailor -- Betty Boop & Olive Oyl
I Yam What I Yam -- Olive Oyl
Blow Me Down! -- Olive Oyl
Seasin's Greetinks! -- Olive Oyl
Wild Elephinks -- Olive Oyl
The Old man of the Mountain - Betty Boop
Mother Goose Land - Betty Boop
Morning, Noon & Night - Betty Boop
Parade of the wooden soilders- Betty Boop
Red Hot Mamma -- Betty Boop
Let's You and Him Fight -- Olive Oyl
Betty in Blunderland -- Betty Boop
Betty Boop's Rise to Fame -- Betty Boop
Betty Boop's Life Guard -- Betty Boop
Rambling 'Round Radio Row -- As Herself (on-camera live)
(Fleischer Victory Newsreel 1,934 - Herself)
Bonnie Poe also testifed against Helen Kane in the Lawsuit against Paramount & the fleischer studios.
Out of the Inkwell -- Betty Boop (voice, uncredited)
The Swing School -- Betty Boop (voice, uncredited)
I Yam Lovesick - Olive Oyl (voice uncredited)
Radio 1,935 -
Bonnie Poe also had a role on radio on station NBC-W1OD in a program called "House of Glass" which was created by Gertrude Berg.
Bonnie Poe played the role of Dottie Martin who's character was a out of work entertainer who temporarily juggled trays in Mrs Glass's hotel