Sign me up to get more news about Humor books. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Complete Little Orphan Annie Volume A chronological reprinting of one of the most important comic strips of the 20th Century: a cultural icon—in both her red-headed, blank-eyed appearance, and as the embodiment of American individuality, spunk, and self-reliance.
Little Orphan Annie
Comic strip orphan - crossword puzzle clue
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Comic strip orphan - Crossword Clue
The comic strip , Little Orphan Annie , was created by a young cartoonist by the name of Harold Gray When he returned he wanted to pursue what he really loved—cartooning. He was soon hired as an assistant to Sidney Smith, who created The Gumps , a comic strip about a middle class family.
Little Orphan Annie is a comic strip created by Harold Gray in The original version ran through with everything after Gray's death in done by other authors , then went into reruns for several years; Leonard Starr resurrected it in with the title simplified to Annie , following the success of the Broadway musical see below. In the strip, plucky redheaded orphan Annie is taken in by self-made millionaire Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks, the world's richest bald person. Since there's only so many ways of doing "Thieves try to steal the Warbucks millions" and "Kidnappers try to steal Annie so they can get their hands on the Warbucks millions", Annie would often be separated from her protector for months at a time, living on the streets again and bringing sunshine into the lives of struggling small-businessmen, honest laborers, and little old ladies with evil bank-managers.