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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, Chic Young wrote and drew Blondie until his death in , when creative control passed to his son Dean Young. 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. The strip was only moderately popular in its first two and a half years, as interest in humorous "pretty girl" stories dried up as a result of the Great Depression, turning Blondie into a parody of those strips taking a more melodramatic direction.

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Dora proved popular enough to last longer than its forerunners, and when the stock market crash wiped out his savings, Young, thinking he had leverage, lobbied for more money. But he met immediately a parsimonious obstacle in Joseph V. Connolly, King's energetic and imaginative general manager, who was not inclined in the direction of salary increases. Young threatened to quit; Connolly still resisted. So Young packed himself and his wife off to the French Riviera to make his point. When Connolly wired, pleading him to return, Young consented—but only for a bigger piece of the action and ownership of the new strip he would concoct. Connolly agreed, provided Young could come up with an acceptable creation.

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Blondie was created by my father, Chic Young, in Blondie began her cartoon life in the same flighty, pretty-girl flapper image of my father's earlier strips some of which, in his own words, were better not remembered! Anyway, Blondie Boopadoop was a gorgeous flapper who had a ton of boyfriends Dagwood, in those days, was the bumbling, playboy son of billionaire railroad tycoon J.
We ate here during our Universal trip. The sub sandwiches are made fresh to order and the chef salad was good. The location wasn't crowded and we enjoyed our meal.