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Buster Brown was a comic strip character created in by Richard F. The character's name was also used to describe a popular style of suit for young Tranquilizers Part 2 - Bambix - About Little Green Dogs And Big Brown Bears.the Buster Brown suitthat echoed his own outfit. Fisher's physical appearance, including the characteristic pageboy haircut, was copied by Outcault and given to Buster Brown. The name "Buster" came directly or indirectly from the popularity of Buster Keatonthen a child actor in vaudeville.
The character of Mary Jane was also drawn from real life, as she was also Outcault's daughter of the same name. In Outcault's own words—and his daughter's—she was the only character drawn from life in the Buster Brown strip, although "Mrs.
Brown" did resemble Outcault's wife. The comic strip began in the New York Herald on May 4, Outcault left for William Randolph Hearst 's employ inand after a court battle, Outcault continued his strip, now nameless, in Hearst papers, while the Herald continued their own version of Buster Brown with other artists.
The latter lasted until or so, and Outcault's version until at least The character of Buster Brown inspired many imitators, including Perry Winkle from the Winnie Winkle newspaper strip, and the Bobby Bumps animated film series.
The Άστη Τελικά - Πάνος Καλίδης* - Είσαι Η Αιτία was translated into Portuguese and published in the Brazilian children's magazine O Tico-Tico  where Buster Brown was known as Chiquinho ; its stories were loosely adapted by Brazilian writers.
Buster Brown is a young city-dwelling boy with wealthy parents. He is disturbingly pretty contrast him to Outcault's own The Yellow Kidor Frederick Opper 's creationsbut his actions belie his looks.
He is a practical joker who might dress in a girl's outfit and have her wear his clothes, break a window with Talk - MIA* - AIM slingshot, or play a prank on a neighbor. The trick or transgression is discovered and he is punished, usually by being spanked by his mother, but it is unclear if he ever repents.
Many strips end with Buster delivering a self-justifying moral which has little or nothing to do with his crime. For example, a strip from May 31,shows him giving Tige a soda from a Forellen - Yngve Furéns Orkester - Femman soda fountain.
The drink splashes, not only the front of his own clothes, but the skirts of a woman's splendid dress. Horrified by his clumsy misadventure, Buster's mother takes him home and flogs him with a stick. In the last panel the boy has written a message beginning, "Resolved!
That druggists are legalized robbers; they sell you soda and candy to make you ill, then they sell you medicine to make you worse. Tige is thought to be the first talking pet to appear in the comics, and, like that of many of his successors, his speech goes unnoticed by adults. Outcault traveled to the Tranquilizers Part 2 - Bambix - About Little Green Dogs And Big Brown Bears. Louis World's Fairselling licenses to up to companies to use the Buster Brown characters to advertise their products.
Buster Brown's association with shoes began with John Bush, a sales executive with the Brown Shoe Company; he persuaded his company to purchase rights to the Buster Brown name, and the brand was introduced to the public at the World's Fair. Little people were hired by the Brown Shoe Co. These actors, each accompanied by a dog, performed in department stores, theaters and shoe stores from until In the s and '50s The Brown Shoe Company made a foray into the comic book publishing industry with Buster Brown Comicson which a retailer could rubber-stamp their address.
Tranquilizers Part 2 - Bambix - About Little Green Dogs And Big Brown Bears. characters were revived with an updated, more contemporary look for a brief advertising campaign in the s and s. Buster Brown comics were given away as premiums in shoe stores from to Some contain art by Reed Crandall and other notable cartoonists.
In the s other comics based on the radio show were produced by Custom Comics and Dell Comicsand a coloring book was also Smoke - Nature - For All Seasons. A series of live-action two-reelers were produced from to by the Stern Bros. Buster was played by the actor Arthur Trimble. Pal the Wonder Dog who played Tige and director Gus Meins were both later associated with the popular Our Gang Little Rascals comedies, where Pal at some point came to be known as Pete the Pupa name inherited by one of his pups, who carried on the role after Pal died of poisoning in Ina play was performed on Broadway at the Majestic titled Buster Brown.
It starred a year-old adult dwarf actor named Master Gabriel —born Gabriel Weigel. Buster Brown makes an appearance in several children's playground games. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Buster Brown disambiguation. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
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