After graduating from high school, Pauline went to New York to pay Max Fleischer a visit. He put her on the payroll. Billed as "the country's one and only girl movie cartoon artist," Pauline went on the road, appearing with Little Ann Little, a Fleischer performer who sang Betty Boop songs and had voiced the character, in a string of Paramount theaters where she would sketch some of the cartoon characters from Paramount shorts, which included Popeye. They both finished the act together with a "Boop-Boop-a-Doop." Pauline left the Fleischer Studios shortly before it moved to Florida. After leaving the studios Pauline started to focus on her own passions. In 1973 she created her own original character which she dubbed Chunky Monkey.
- Pauline died at the age of 91 in 2005.
- In Person "Betty Boop" - Little Ann Little and Pauline Comanor (1933)
- Betty Boop In Person Coming to East Liverpool (1934)