Did You Know?
She was the very first voice actress for Betty Boop, debuting in the cartoon short Dizzy Dishes
(1930). She was hired because she sounded like entertainer Helen Kane
, for whom the character was based. Hines and several other actress voiced Betty until Mae Questel
took over the role in 1931. When Questel, who was just beginning to raise a family, refused to move with the Fleischer Studios staff ...