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Little Ann Little the 1933 Voice of Betty Boop Likes to Travel[1]


Little Ann Little likes to travel. Indeed, if she didn't, her present lot would be a rather unfortunate one, for she came here from Anderson, Ind., and her next stop is Wheeling, W. Va. "I hope to make it home for Christmas holidays," she informs, "but I'm not sure of that." Right now, she has under consideration a radio series for a former sponsor, a noted furrier who operates stores in Cleveland and other principal series, which would go over a NBC network. Ann, who is 24, explains proudly, "I've been in the show business all my life." She made her first stage appearance as a baby in the Greenwich Village Follies. Then she and her married sister, Julia Van Surdam - Ann's not married - were in a sister act called the "Jully Juniors." That was way back in 1926, says Annie, and it was shortly afterwards that signalized the start of the famous "Ba-Da-In-De-Do" and its lineage, the "Boop."


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