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Dondi was a daily comic strip about a large-eyed war orphan of the same name. Created by . Jump up to: Dondi at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Retrieved on.
From Newspaper Strips to Comic Books by Alex Grand | Comic Book Historians
Little Orphan Annie is a daily American comic strip created by Harold Gray and syndicated by .. 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.
The Original Little Orphan Annie Did Not Match Her Broadway Image
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Description:Bruce Wayne continued a proud comic tradition of being a detective and sleeping inappropriately close to an orphan he adopted in Batman 84, Publication history[ edit ] After World War I , cartoonist Harold Gray joined the Chicago Tribune which, at that time, was being reworked by owner Joseph Medill Patterson into an important national journal. Hopefully that comfort has limits. The story opens in a dreary and Dickensian orphanage where Annie is routinely abused by the cold and sarcastic matron Miss Asthma who eventually is replaced by the equally mean Miss Treat [whose name is a play on the word mistreat]. Consequently, Annie seemed perpetually immersed in a sinister night-time world that threatened to assault her at every street corner. Produced and directed by Albert Zugsmith , the film was released 26 March Certainly many of the kids attending the Saturday matinee were probably content to see Terry, Pat, Normandie, Connie, and Big Stoop walking, talking, and come to life before their eyes.