Voice of GrampyEdit
The voice of Grampy has only been debated and not exactly identified.
- Jack Mercer (1935-1937) credited by the modern day Fleischer studio.
- Unknown Voice Actor, as stated by Don Markestein's Toonopedia.
- Everett Clark, other websites.
- "Ahahahaah! I've got it!"
On many a occasions Betty can be seen flirting with Grampy in the series and also kisses him a way in which you wouldn't kiss your grandfather. Also to note in the original series everyone called him Grampy, although in the cartoon entitled Betty Boop & Grampy, towards the end of the cartoon Grampy can be seen kicking a baby's high chair which could indicate that Betty's might be his legitimate grandaughter.
Facts About GrampyEdit
- Grampy`s first appearance in the Betty Boop series was "Betty Boop And Grampy" released August 16, 1935.
- Grampy was one of Max Fleischer's favourite characters, as he was also an inventor.
- Grampy`s last appearance in the Betty Boop series was "Zula Hula" released December 24, 1937.
- There is theories that Grampy and Betty are related from the episode, "Be Human" released November 20, 1936, they were seen kissing, and in the episode, "House Cleaning Blues", released January 15, 1937, Grampy and Betty were drinking out of the same glass.
- Grampy also appeared in his own short film called "Christmas Comes But Once A Year" released December 4, 1936.
- As stated on the official Betty Boop website (2013), Grampy is now officially classed as Betty's grandfather.
- He is not to be mistaken for Koko the Clown the controversy is that due to the fact that he has the same nose as Koko which is untrue. Grampy's nose is like that because he drinks.