Annie comic strip

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You can also check out our list of facts on the Annie feature film here. Harold Gray was originally a hired pencil, owning and operating an art studio in Chicago following his service in World War I. After Gray began assisting cartoonist Sidney Smith on a strip titled The Grumps , Gray decided he might like to try his hand creating his own. Believing a character who had no allegiance to family or society would free them up for adventures, he decided to make his protagonist an orphan. Originally a young boy named Otto, Gray decided to switch genders when he realized that of the 43 strips running at the time, only three featured women in prominent roles. In stark contrast to the portrayal of women in popular culture of the time, Annie was no damsel in distress.
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After 86 years Little Orphan Annie, that spunky redhead who survived all sorts of hardships, disappears from the comics pages along with Daddy Warbucks and her beloved pooch, Sandy. Today's strip is the final one. Apparently it was running in fewer than 20 newspapers, including The Daily News, which had been carrying the comic since its debut in But don't despair.
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Little Orphan Annie

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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. As Harold Gray began to formulate ideas for his own strip, Gray decided to make his main character an orphan meaning that she did not have to worry about a hometown or family roots the way most people did, Gray also decided to draw the main character as a girl, feeling there were plenty of adventure strips featuring young boys. From the beginning, Annie, always wearing a red dress, was generally accompanied by her loyal dog, Sandy.
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