As head animator of New York's Fleischer Studios, Waldman helped create Betty Boop, who brought joy and laughter to audiences worldwide during the Great Depression. According to The Huffington Post, "Cartoon coquette Betty Boop is an indelible part of American animation history, as well as its first sex symbol." Waldman later recieved the Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists Award and the Winsor McCay Award for this lifetime work in the field of animation.
Also by Myron Waldman
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"There's Good Boos To-Night", 1948, As lead animator of the cartoon series "Casper the Friendly Ghost," Waldman created this poignant tale of the friendly ghost’s loss of his best friend. The cartoon is considered one of Waldman’s finest works.