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Spider-Man XXX: An Axel Braun Parody Thor XXX: An Extreme Comixxx Parody Real Wife Stories 15 She's Gonna Squirt Size Matters 2 Starting January 4,Gray added a topper strip to the Little Orphan Annie Sunday page called Private Life Of The strip chose a common object each week like potatoes, hats and baseballs, and told their "stories".

That idea ran for two years, ending on Christmas Day, A new three-panel gag strip about an elderly lady, Maw Greenbegan on January 1,and ran along the bottom of the Sunday page until In Punjab, a gigantic, sword-wielding, beturbaned Indian, was introduced to the strip and became one of its iconic characters.

Whereas Annie's adventures up to the point of Punjab's appearance were realistic and believable, her adventures following his introduction toud upon the supernatural, the cosmic, and the fantastic. In NovemberFranklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president and proposed his New Deal. Many, including Gray, saw this and other programs as government interference in private enterprise.

Gray railed against Roosevelt and his programs. Gray even seemingly killed Daddy Warbucks off insuggesting that Warbucks could not coexist in the world with FDR. But following FDR's death, Gray brought back Warbucks, who said to Annie, "Somehow I feel that the climate here has changed since I went away.

Organized labor was feared by businessmen and Gray took their side. Some writers and editors took issue with this strip's criticisms of FDR's New Deal and s labor unionism. The New Republic described Annie as " Hooverism in the Funnies", arguing that Gray's strip was defending utility company bosses then being investigated by the government. In the late s, the strip had taken on a more adult and adventurous feel with Annie encountering killers, gangsters, spies, and saboteurs.

It was about this time that Gray, whose politics seem to have been broadly conservative and libertarian with a decided populist streak, introduced some of his more controversial storylines. He would look into the darker cts of human nature, such as greed and treary. The gap between rich and poor was an important theme. His hostility toward labor unions was dramatized in the story "Eonite".

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Other targets were the New Dealcommunismand corrupt businessmen. Gray was especially critical of the justice system, which he saw as not doing enough to deal with criminals. Thus, some of his storylines featured people taking the law into their own hands. This happened as early as in an adventure named "The Haunted House".

Annie is kidnapped by a gangster called Mister Mack. Warbucks rescues her and takes Mack and his gang into custody. He then contacts a local Senator who owes him a favor. Warbucks persuades the politician to use his influence with the judge and make sure that the trial goes their way and that Mack and his men get their just deserts.

Annie questions the use of such methods but concludes, "With all th' crooks usin' pull an' money to get off, I guess 'bout th' only way to get 'em punished is for honest police like Daddy to use pull an' money an' gun-men, too, an' beat them at their own game.

Warbucks became much more ruthless in later years. After catching yet another gang of Annie kidnappers he announced that he "wouldn't think of troubling the police with you boys", implying that while he and Annie celebrated their reunion, the Asp and his men took the kidnappers away to be lynd. In another Sunday strip, published during World War IIa war-profiteer expresses the hope that the conflict would last another 20 years. An outraged member of the public physically assaults the man for his opinion, claiming revenge for his two sons who have already been killed in the fighting.

When a passing policeman is about to intervene, Annie talks him out of it, suggesting, "It's better some times to let folks settle some questions by what you might call democratic processes. As war clouds gathered, both the Chicago Tribune and the New York Daily News advocated neutrality; "Daddy" Warbucks, however, was gleefully manufacturing tanks, planes, and munitions.

Journalist James Edward Vlamos deplored the loss of fantasy, innocence, and humor in the "funnies", and took to task one of Gray's sequences about espionage, noting that the "fate of the nation" rested on "Annie's frail shoulders". Vlamos advised readers to "Stick to the saner world of war and horror on the front pages. When the US entered World War IIAnnie not only played her part by blowing up a German submarine but organized and led groups of children called the Junior Commandos in the collection of newspapers, scrap metal, and other recyclable materials for the war effort.

Annie herself wore an armband emblazoned with "JC" and called herself "Colonel Annie". In real life, the idea caught on, and schools and parents were encouraged to organize similar groups.

Twenty thousand Junior Commandos were reportedly registered in Boston. Gray was praised far and wide for his war effort brainchild. Harold Gray, Little Orphan Annie creator, has done one of the biggest jobs to date for the scrap drive. His 'Junior Commando' project, which he inaugurated some months ago, has caught on all around the country, and tons of scrap have been collected and contributed to the campaign.

The kids sell the scrap, and the proceeds are turned into stamps and bonds. Not all was rosy for Gray, however.

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He applied for extra gas coupons, reasoning that he would need them to drive about the countryside collecting plot material for the strip. But an Office of Price Administration clerk named Flack refused to give Gray the coupons, explaining that cartoons were not vital to the war effort. Gray requested a hearing and the original decision was upheld.

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Gray was furious and vented in the strip, with especial venom directed at Flack thinly disguised as a character named "Fred Flask"government price controls, and other concerns. Gray had his supporters, but Flack's neighbors defended him in the local newspaper and tongue-lashed Gray. Flack threatened to sue for libel, and some papers cancelled the strip. Gray showed no remorse, but did discontinue the sequence.

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Gray was criticized by a Southern newspaper for including a black youngster among the white children in the Junior Commandos. Gray made it clear he was not a reformer, did not believe in breaking down the color line, and was no relation to Eleanor Rooseveltan ardent supporter of civil rights.

He pointed out that Annie was a friend to all, and that most cities in the North had "large dark towns". The inclusion of a black character in the Junior Commandos, he explained, was "merely a casual gesture toward a very large block of readers.

In the summer of Franklin Delano Roosevelt was nominated for a fourth term as President of the United States, and Gray who had little love for Roosevelt killed off Warbucks in a month-long sequence of sentimental pathos. Readers were generally unhappy with Gray's decision, but some liberals advocated the same fate for Annie and her "stale philosophy".

By the following November however, Annie was working as a maid in a Mrs. Bleating-Hart's home and suffering all sorts of torments from her mistress. The public begged Gray to have mercy on Annie, and he had her framed for her mistress's murder. She was exonerated. Following Roosevelt's death in AprilGray resurrected Warbucks who was only playing dead to thwart his enemies and once again the billionaire began expounding the joys of capitalism.

In the post-war years, Annie took on The Bomb, communism, teenage rebellion and a host of other social and political concerns, often provoking the enmity of clergymen, union leaders and others. For example, Gray believed children should be allowed to work.

A London newspaper columnist thought some of Gray's sequences a threat to world peace, but a Detroit newspaper supported Gray on his "shoot first, ask questions later" foreign policy. Gray was criticized for the gruesome violence in the strips, particularly a sequence in which Annie and Sandy were run over by a car.

Gray responded to the criticism by giving Annie a year-long bout with amnesia that allowed her to trip through several adventures without Daddy. Ina sequence about juvenile delinquency, drug addiction, switchblades, prostitutes, crooked cops, and the ties between teens and adult gangsters unleashed a firestorm of criticism from unions, the clergy and intellectuals with 0 newspapers cancelling the strip.

The syndicate ordered Gray to drop the sequence and develop another adventure. Gray died in May of cancer, and the strip was continued under other cartoonists. Gray's cousin and assistant Robert Leffingwell was the first on the job but proved inadequate and the strip was handed over to Tribune staff artist Henry Arnold and general manager Henry Raduta as the search continued for a permanent replacement.

Tex Blaisdellan experienced comics artist, got the job with Elliot Caplin as writer. Caplin avoided political themes and concentrated instead on character stories. The two worked together six years on the strip, but subscriptions fell off and both left at the end of The strip was passed to others and during this time complaints were registered regarding Annie's appearance, her conservative politics, and her lack of spunk.

Early inDavid Lettick took the strip, but his Annie was drawn in an entirely different and more "cartoonish" style, leading to reader complaints, and he left after only three months. In Aprilthe decision was made to reprint Gray's classic strips, beginning in Subscriptions increased.

Following the success of the Broadway musical Anniethe strip was resurrected on December 9, as Anniewritten and drawn by Leonard Starr. Starr's last strip ran on February 20,and the strip went into reprints again for several months. Pepoy was eventually succeeded by Alan Kupperberg April 1, - July 11, and Ted Slampyak July 5, - June 1, However, Maeder's new stories never managed to live up to the pathos and emotional engagement of the stories by Gray and Starr.

Annie herself was often reduced to a supporting role, and was a far less complex character than the girl readers had known for seven decades.

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Maeder's writing style also tended to make the stories feel like tongue-in-ek adventures compared to the serious, heartfelt tales Gray and Starr favored. Annie gradually lost subscribers during the s, and byit was running in fewer than 20 U. On May 1,Tribune Media Services announced that the strip's final installment would appear on Sunday, June 1,ending after 86 years.

The final cartoonist, Ted Slampyaksaid, "It's kind of painful. It's almost like mourning the loss of a friend. The last strip was the culmination of a story arc where Annie was kidnapped from her hotel by a wanted war criminal from eastern Europe who cked in under a phony name with a fake passport. Although Warbucks enlists the help of the FBI and Interpol to find her, by the end of the final strip he has begun to resign himself to the very strong possibility that Annie most likely will not be found alive.

Unfortunately, Warbucks is unaware that Annie is still alive and has made her way to Guatemala with her captor, known simply as the "Butr of the Balkans". Although Annie wants to be let go, the Butr tells her that he neither will let her go nor kill her-for fear of being captured and because he will not kill a child despite his many political killings-and adds that she has a new life now with him.

The final panel of the strip reads "And this is where we leave our Annie. For Now-". Inthe team behind Dick Tracy began a story line that would permanently resolve the fate of Annie.

The week of June 10,featured several Annie characters in extended cameos complete with dialogue, including Warbucks, the Asp and Punjab. On June 16, Warbucks implies that Annie is still missing and that he might even enlist Tracy's help in finding her.

The caption says that these events will soon impact on the detective. The storyline resumed on June 8,with Warbucks asking for Tracy's assistance in finding Annie. Meanwhile, the name of the kidnapper is revealed as Henrik Wilemse, and he has been tracked to the city where he is found and made to disappear.

Tracy and Warbucks rescued Annie, and the storyline wrapped up on October Annie again visited Dick Tracy, visiting his granddaughter Honeymoon Tracy, starting June 6, A third appearance of Annie and her supporting cast in Dick Tracy's strip began on May 16,and involves both B-B Eyes' murder and doubts about the fate of Trixie. Little Orphan Annie was adapted to a minute radio show that debuted on WGN Chicago in and went national on NBC 's Blue Network beginning April 6, Two film adaptations were released at the height of Annie's popularity in the s.

Little Orphan Anniethe first adaptation, was produced by David O. Selznick for RKO in and starred Mitzi Green as Annie. The plot was simple: Warbucks leaves on business and Annie finds herself in the orphanage again. She pals around with a little boy named Mickey, and when he is adopted by a wealthy woman, she visits him in his new home.

Warbucks returns and holds a Christmas party for all. The film opened on Christmas Eve Variety panned it, and the New York Daily News was "slightly disappointed" with the film, thinking Green too "big and buxom" for the role. One reviewer thought it "stupid and thoroughly boresome" and was uncomfortable with the "sugar-coated Pollyanna characterization" given Annie. Three years after the RKO release, Gray wrote a sequence for the strip that sent Annie to Hollywood. She is hired at low wages to play the stand-in and stunt double for the bratty child star Tootsie McSnoots.

Young starlet Janey Spangles tips off Annie to the corrupt practices in Hollywood. Annie handles the information with maturity and has a good time with Janey while doing her job on the set.

Annie doesn't become a star. As Bruce Smith remarks in The History of Little Orphan Annie"Gray was smart enough never to let [Annie] get too successful. InLittle Orphan Annie was adapted to the Broadway stage as Annie. With music by Charles Strouselyrics by Martin Charnin and book by Thomas Meehanthe original production ran from April 21, to January 2, The work has been staged internationally.

The musical took considerable liberties with the original comic strip plot. The Broadway Annies were Andrea McArdleShelly BruceSarah Jessica ParkerAllison Smith and Alyson Kirk.

Actresses who portrayed Miss Hannigan are Dorothy LoudonAlice GhostleyBetty HuttonRuth KobartMarcia LewisJune HavocNell Carter and Sally Struthers. Songs from the musical include " Tomorrow " and "It's the Hard Knock Life". There is also a children's version of Annie called Annie Junior.

Two sequels to the musical, Annie 2: Miss Hannigan's Revenge and Annie Warbuckswere written by the same creative team; neither show opened on Broadway. In addition to the two Annie films of the s, there have been three film adaptations of the Broadway play. All have the same title. They are AnnieAnniea made-for-television adaptation and Annie The version was directed by John Huston and starred Aileen Quinn as Annie, Albert Finney as Warbucks, Ann Reinking as his secretary Grace Farrell, and Carol Burnett as Miss Hannigan.

The film departed from the Broadway production in several respects, most notably changing the climax of the story from Christmas to the Fourth of July.

It also featured five new songs, "Dumb Dog", "Sandy", "Let's Go to the Movies", "Sign", and "We Got Annie", while cutting "We'd like to Thank You, Herbert Hoover", "N. C", "You Won't Be an Orphan for Long", "Something Was Missing", "Annie", and "New Deal for Christmas". A direct-to-video film, Annie: A Royal Adventure! was released in as a sequel to the film. It features Ashley Johnson as Annie and focuses on the adventures of Annie and her friends Hannah and Molly.

It is set in England inabout 10 years after the first film, when Annie and her friends Hannah and Molly sail to England after Daddy Warbucks is invited to receive a knighthood. None of the original cast appear and the film features no musical numbers apart from a reprise of "Tomorrow".

The animated Little Orphan Annie's A Very Animated Christmas was produced as a direct-to-video film in The television film was produced for The Wonderful World of Disney. It starred Victor GarberAlan CummingAudra McDonald and Kristin nowethwith Oscar winner Kathy Bates as Miss Hannigan and newcomer Alicia Morton as Annie. While its plot stuck closer to the original Broadway production, it also omitted "We'd Like to Thank You, Herbert Hoover", "Annie", "New Deal for Christmas", and a reprise of "Tomorrow.

The film Annie was produced by Jay-Z and Will Smith. It starred Quvenzhane Wallis in the title role and Jamie Foxx in the role of Will Stacks an ate of Daddy Warbucks. It was released on December 19, Between and October 17,the comic strip Belinda Blue-Eyes later shortened to Belinda ran in the United Kingdom in the Daily Mirror.

Writers Bill Connor and Don Freeman and artists Stephen Dowling and Tony Royle all worked on the strip over the years. In The Penguin Book of Comics Belinda is described as "a perpetual waif, a British counterpart to the transatlantic Little Orphan Annie. The strip also influenced Little Annie Rooney Jan. InLittle Orphan Annie was one of 20 American comic strips included in the Comic Strip Classics series of commemorative U. postage stamps. Little Orphan Annie lent itself easily to parody, which was taken up by both Walt Kelly in Pogo as "Little Arf 'n Nonnie" and later "Lulu Arfin' Nanny" and by Al Capp in Li'l Abnerwhere Punjab became Punjbag, an oleaginous slob.

Harvey Kurtzman and Wally Wood satirized the strip in Mad 9 as "Little Orphan Melvin", and later Kurtzman produced a long-running series for PlayboyLittle Annie Fannyin which the lead character is a busty, voluptuous waif who continually loses her clothes and falls into strange sexual situations.

In The Fabulous Furry Freak BrothersGilbert Shelton satirized the strip as "Little Orphan Amphetamine", who is a s teenager who runs away from home, and after being scarred by a series of sexual experiences, returns only to tell "Daddy" that he is a " capitalist pig" who should "drop acid ". Little Orphan Annie was also parodied in an episode of the stop-motion television series Robot Chicken in which Little Orphan Annie fails to grasp the true meaning of a hard knock life when a fellow orphan shows that their lives are relatively decent compared to orphans around the world.

Annie reappears in another episode as a vulgar, demanding, and spoiled teenager featured in a parodic documentary chronicling her preparations for her ostentatious upcoming sixteenth birthday celebration in a sketch lampooning reality programs based on the same concept. She quickly tires of her gift from Daddy Warbucks- the planet Mars- and soon winds up suffocating to death after losing her helmet while exploring the planet. The s children's television program You Can't Do That on Television in its later banned "Adoption" episode, parodied the character as "Little Orphan Andrea".

Andrea, like Annie, sported curly red hair and a red dress but unlike her, was a very naughty orphan who had a habit of beating up other kids. A less well-known or rather, notorious example was the 'Daddy Fleshbucks' side-story from American Flagg!

The title was parodied in The Simpsons ' episode Little Orphan Millie. In the early s, a flavored ice treat for children called Otter Pops with cartoon otters as flavored mascots such as "Alexander the Grape" featured a character dubbed "Little Orphan Orange. In the film A Christmas Storythe main character Ralph is a fan of the Little Orphan Annie radio drama, listening to the show religiously while waiting for his Ovaltine decoder pin.

Once he receives the pin, he anxiously copies the show's secret code, but is frustrated upon decoding it to Ovaltine's slogan, "Be sure to drink your Ovaltine. Rapper Jay-Z has referenced Little Orphan Annie in at least two of his songs, [29] [0] as well as sampling "It's the Hard Knock Life" for " Hard Knock Life Ghetto Anthem ".

In the film Bad TearElizabeth Cameron Diaz wears a "Little Orphan Annie's wig" when, pretending she is a journalist, she meets the state professor who is in charge of creating and distributing the exams forms, to seduce and put him to sleep. Her short tousled girlish hair-cut, along with the strict tailor-suit she dons, enhances her air of hidden perversion and makes it easy for her with the help of a big glass of chardonnay mixed with two roofies to put the professor on his knees.

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