Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by hayc59, Nov 28, 2004.
this is a hard one
ahhhh!! i think i stumped you!!
I see this is a very tough one
come on folks!!
Is it Mchales navy
Wow, hayc59 had to triple post for a reply.
here a hint----> New York Show/Sept 26 1960
Sorry for taking so long, but I had to put the kids to bed, I think I will need a clue.
how about the Jack Parr show?
more clues pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese..
Well.... the picture is black and white so as I was born in 1989, I think it may have been made before my time.
It all started with this dude--->
Elzie Crisler Segar
that should do it?? hehe
After several odd jobs, Elzie Crisler Segar (E.C. Segar) began working the film projector in a movie house. Inspired by seeing the humorous movies of Charlot, he created a few comics copying the same situations. These had no success, until Segar met Richard Felton Outcault, creator of 'The Yellow Kid', who encouraged him to carry on and introduced him at the Chicago Herald. The Herald published Segar's first comic, 'Charlie Chaplin's Comedy Capers'. Two years later, he moved on to the Chicago Evening American, for which he created 'Looping the Loop'.
In 1919, Elzie Segar's work attracted the attention of King Features Syndicate. For them, he created 'The Five-Fifteen' in 1920 (renamed 'Sappo' in 1926) and 'The Thimble Theatre', published in the New York Journal. This series features the rail-thin Olive Oyl, her brother Castor and their friend Ham Gravy. Ten years later, the sailor Popeye was introduced to the comic, immediately becoming the star of the show and capturing a large, world-wide audience. After the death of their creator in 1938, Popeye and Olive continued on, but unfortunately lost most of their ingenious and provocative edge, which was uniquely characteristic of Segar's brilliant, inimitable style.
John Chancellor--- Today Show?
*wrong!! thats just the bio of the dude name i gave
It has to be in there somewhere
Nope not even close
yes but you are not looking outside the box
I think she has it, maybe with a little help from me.
Very Close Rit now get the rest!!
popeye the sailor
popeye the sailor man
No, but your gettin there
the guy in the photo name is...................................
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