Blondie (comic strip)

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Blondie is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Chic Young.wikipedia
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Blondie is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Chic Young. The comic strip is distributed by King Features Syndicate, and has been published in newspapers since September 8, 1930.
As the name implies, comic strips can be humorous (for example, "gag-a-day" strips such as Blondie, Bringing Up Father, Marmaduke, and Pearls Before Swine).

Blondie (1938 film)

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The success of the strip, which features the eponymous blonde and her sandwich-loving husband, led to the long-running Blondie film series (1938–1950) and the popular Blondie radio program (1939–1950).
Blondie is a 1938 movie directed by Frank Strayer, based on the comic strip of the same title, created by Chic Young.

Blondie (radio series)

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The success of the strip, which features the eponymous blonde and her sandwich-loving husband, led to the long-running Blondie film series (1938–1950) and the popular Blondie radio program (1939–1950).
Blondie is a radio situation comedy adapted from the long-run Blondie comic strip by Chic Young.

Chic Young

Blondie is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Chic Young.
Murat Bernard "Chic" Young (January 9, 1901 – March 14, 1973) was an American cartoonist who created the comic strip Blondie.

Dean Young (cartoonist)

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Chic Young drew Blondie until his death in 1973, when creative control passed to his son Dean Young, who continues to write the strip.
Dean Wayne Young (born July 2, 1938) is the head writer of the popular comic strip Blondie, which he inherited from his father Chic Young, who died in 1973.

John Marshall (cartoonist)

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Young has collaborated with a number of artists on Blondie, including Jim Raymond, Mike Gersher, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun, and John Marshall.
John Marshall is an American cartoonist, best known as the artist of the Blondie comic strip since 2005.

King Features Syndicate

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The comic strip is distributed by King Features Syndicate, and has been published in newspapers since September 8, 1930.

Mike Gersher

Young has collaborated with a number of artists on Blondie, including Jim Raymond, Mike Gersher, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun, and John Marshall.
Mike Gersher was formerly an artist on the Blondie comic strip.

Dagwood Bumstead

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Originally designed to follow in the footsteps of Young's earlier "pretty girl" creations Beautiful Bab and Dumb Dora, Blondie focused on the adventures of Blondie Boopadoop—a carefree flapper girl who spent her days in dance halls along with her boyfriend Dagwood Bumstead, heir to an industrial fortune.
Dagwood Bumstead is a main character in cartoonist Chic Young's long-running comic strip Blondie.

Denis Lebrun

Young has collaborated with a number of artists on Blondie, including Jim Raymond, Mike Gersher, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun, and John Marshall.
Denis Lebrun (born April 30, 1958) is a comic strip artist best known for his collaboration with Dean Young on the Blondie comic strip.

Dagwood sandwich

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It was named after Dagwood Bumstead, a central character in the comic strip Blondie, who is frequently illustrated making enormous sandwiches.

Zombie strip

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Chic Young drew Blondie until his death in 1973, when creative control passed to his son Dean Young, who continues to write the strip.
Zombie strips include Adam@home, Andy Capp, Blondie, Dennis the Menace, B.C., The Wizard of Id, Frank and Ernest, Hi and Lois, Hägar the Horrible, Dick Tracy, Rex Morgan, M.D., Mary Worth, Prince Valiant, The Family Circus, Shoe, Spy vs. Spy, Barney Google and Snuffy Smith, and Ginger Meggs.

Penny Singleton

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The two major roles were Penny Singleton as Blondie and Arthur Lake (whose first starring role was another comic strip character, Harold Teen) as Dagwood.
During her 60-year career, Singleton appeared as the comic-strip heroine Blondie Bumstead in a series of 28 motion pictures from 1938 until 1950 and the popular Blondie radio program from 1939 until 1950.

Arthur Lake (actor)

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The two major roles were Penny Singleton as Blondie and Arthur Lake (whose first starring role was another comic strip character, Harold Teen) as Dagwood.
Arthur Lake (born Arthur Silverlake Jr., April 17, 1905 – January 9, 1987) was an American actor known best for bringing Dagwood Bumstead, the bumbling husband of Blondie, to life in film, radio and television.

Jim Raymond

Young has collaborated with a number of artists on Blondie, including Jim Raymond, Mike Gersher, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun, and John Marshall.
In 1935, he started as an assistant on the Blondie comic strip, mostly as a replacement for his brother, who had been working on Blondie for three years before leaving to start his own strips.

Stan Drake

Young has collaborated with a number of artists on Blondie, including Jim Raymond, Mike Gersher, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun, and John Marshall.
In 1984, Drake replaced Mike Gersher as the artist on Blondie (written by Dean Young), and he continued drawing the strip until his death.

Harvey Comics

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Licensed characters included Joe Palooka, Blondie, Dick Tracy, and other newspaper strip characters.

Curtis (comic strip)

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In 2005, the strip celebrated its 75th anniversary with an extended story arc in which characters from other strips, including Curtis, Garfield, Beetle Bailey, and Hägar the Horrible, made appearances in Blondie.
Curtis featured Dagwood of the Blondie comic as part of the 75th anniversary celebration for Blondie.

Pearls Before Swine (comics)

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The strip Pearls Before Swine made fun of the fact that their cast was not invited, and decided to invite themselves.
For this reason, he and the other characters were banned from the 75th anniversary of Blondie.

National Cartoonists Society

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By March 1947, the NCS had 112 members, including Bud Fisher (Mutt and Jeff), Don Flowers (Glamor Girls), Bob Kane (Batman), Fred Lasswell (Barney Google and Snuffy Smith), George Lichty (Grin and Bear It), Zack Mosley (The Adventures of Smilin' Jack), Alex Raymond (Rip Kirby), Cliff Sterrett (Polly and Her Pals) and Chic Young (Blondie), plus editorial cartoonists Reg Manning and Fred O. Seibel and sports cartoonist Willard Mullin.

Blondie Has Servant Trouble

Blondie Has Servant Trouble is a 1940 American film, the sixth of the series of 28 Blondie movies.

Blondie Meets the Boss

Based on the Chic Young's comic strip of the same name, the film is the second in the Blondie series, which eventually grew to 28 films.

Flapper

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Originally designed to follow in the footsteps of Young's earlier "pretty girl" creations Beautiful Bab and Dumb Dora, Blondie focused on the adventures of Blondie Boopadoop—a carefree flapper girl who spent her days in dance halls along with her boyfriend Dagwood Bumstead, heir to an industrial fortune.
Beginning in the early 1920s, flappers began appearing in newspaper comic strips; Blondie Boopadoop and Fritzi Ritz – later depicted more domestically, as the wife of Dagwood Bumstead and aunt of Nancy, respectively – were introduced as flappers.

Joplin, Missouri

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"Dagwood Bumstead and family, including Daisy and the pups, live in the suburbs of Joplin, Missouri," according to the August 1946 issue of The Joplin Globe, citing Chic Young.

Blondie Takes a Vacation

The film is based on Chic Young's comic strip of the same name.