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Barefoot females, fully-clothed, in HB cartoons

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    I am wondering if there were any fully-clothed regular female characters seen barefoot on a HB cartoon, if on rare occasions?

    One obvious example is the animated Darla Hood in "Cap'n Spanky's Showboat" on The Little Rascals, but I did learn of another example this morning - Penelope Pitstop was barefoot when her boots were tied to a rope with a boulder attached to it, and she removed her boots and eventually jumped into the ocean, cutting a rope underwater to save a group of people from drowning.

    Any other examples of such fully-clothed barefoot female characters? Non-humans don't count. The Flintstones also do not count, as its characters are barefoot all the time and was set in the Stone Age; and Daisy on Laff-a-Lympics also doesn't count as she resembled a hillbilly and is always seen barefoot.
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    Kim and Katie Butler from "Valley Of The Dinosaurs" were always barefoot.
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    Jana Of The Jungle is one. She's a girl-Tarzan, so ... yeah, there y' go.
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    Thanks for the responses, but I was actually asking about one-off occurrences of females being barefoot and wearing clothing otherwise. I was not referring to female characters always seen barefoot. Plus, Jana of the Jungle was seen partially clad in the series, and despite being barefoot, that doesn't count. When I refer to "wearing clothing", I meant pants, tops, skirts, dresses, etc.

    I actually wonder if that infamous barefoot Darla Hood scene in "Cap'n Spanky's Showboat" was the only time in Hanna-Barbera history that a female character was seen barefoot and wearing a dress?
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    Katie the daughter was shoeless. Kim the mom wore explorer boots.
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    As was Rima the jungle girl in Super Friends. The Star Fairies went shoeless in their 45 minute special usually shown along with The Harlem Globetrotters Meet Snow White.

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