Betty Boop is regarded as one of the first and most famous sex symbols on the animated screen.
Her popularity was drawn largely from adult audiences, and the cartoons, while seemingly surreal, contained many sexual and psychological elements.
Betty Boop's films found a new audience when Paramount sold them for syndication in 1955.
U.M. & M. and National Telefilm Associates were required to remove the original Paramount logo from the opening and closing. Also, any references to Paramount in the copyright line on the main titles were removed.
However, the mountain motif remains on some television prints, usually with a U.M. & M. copyright line, while recent versions have circulated with the Paramount-Publix reference in cartoons from 1931.