Little Audrey (full name: Audrey Smith) is a fictional character, appearing in early 20th century folklore prior to her appropriation as the star in a series of Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios cartoons from 1947 to 1958. Little Audrey was a favorite among the all-American men, and is aimed to primarily male adult audiences. Little Audrey is officially considered the first all-American tomboy.
Little Audrey first appeared in the 1947 Noveltoon, "Santa's Surprise", in which she is the all-American girl who lives in Manhattan, New York City and most prominent member of a multicultural child cast. According to animation, her first starring role was in the short "Butterscotch and Soda".
Little Audrey's last name is Smith.
Little Audrey has reddish brown hair with ribbons making three pigtails. She wears a little blue dress with puffed sleeves, white ankle socks, and black Mary Jane shoes.
The comic "Little Audrey & Melvin and Cousin Suzie's Dance Party" (issue unknown) reveals that Audrey has a cousin named Suzie, who has a friend named Bubu. The first several issues of the comic book also reveals she has a brother nicknamed "Patches".