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Leonard Starr

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2015-07-01 09:10:38 uurandy Suffix none
2015-07-01 09:10:38 uurandy DOB 28 October 1925 October 25, 1925
2015-07-01 09:10:38 uurandy DOD June 30, 2015
2008-09-27 17:12:05 DarthSkeptical Suffix none
2008-09-27 17:12:05 DarthSkeptical DOB October 28, 1925 28 October 1925
2008-09-27 17:12:05 DarthSkeptical Birthplace New York, New York
2008-09-27 17:12:05 DarthSkeptical Bio Though he made a living as a journeyman artist in the Golden Age of comic books, Leonard Starr is undoubtedly most famous for his work in newspaper comic strips. In that aspect of sequential art, he was most celebrated for creating the long-running strip ultimately known as Mary Perkins, On Stage. He was also famous for the revival of Little Orphan Annie following the initial success of the stage play, Annie. Between On Stage and Little Orphan Annie, he won four National Cartoonist Society Story Comic Strip Awards.

He largely retired in 2000.

2006-03-04 10:23:57 cep1119 Suffix none
2006-03-04 10:23:57 cep1119 DOB October 28, 1925
2006-03-04 10:23:57 cep1119 Website http://www.leonardstarr.com
2006-02-06 22:11:37 melkoloran New Creator


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