Charlie Brown is the principal fictional character of the comic strip Peanuts, syndicated in daily and Sunday newspapers in numerous countries all over the world. Depicted as a "lovable loser," Charlie Brown is one of the great American archetypes and a popular and recognized cartoon character. Charlie Brown is characterized as a person who suffers, as a result is nervous and lacks self-confidence, he shows both pessimistic and optimistic attitudes: on some days, he is reluctant to go out because his day might just be spoiled, but on others, he hopes for the best and tries as much as he can to accomplish things. He is recognized by his trademark zigzag patterned shirt. There is only one exception: whenever he's a costumed character, he wears a red baseball cap on top of his head most of the time, rather than just wearing a white one during baseball seasons in comic strips and animation; the character's creator, Charles M. Schulz, said of the character that " must be the one who suffers because he is a caricature of the average person.
Most of us are much more acquainted with losing than winning." Despite this, Charlie Brown does not always suffer, as he has experienced some happy moments and victories through the years, he has sometimes uncharacteristically shown self-assertiveness despite his frequent nervousness. Schulz said: "I like to have Charlie Brown be the focal point of every story." Charlie Brown is the only Peanuts character to have been a part of the strip throughout its 50-year run. Lee Mendelson, producer of the majority of the Peanuts television specials, has said of Charlie Brown that "He was, is, the ultimate survivor in overcoming bulliness—Lucy or otherwise."Charlie Brown's birth date is October 30. He is four years old in a strip published Nov. 3, 1950, putting his birth in 1946 and making him and his cohort part of the first wave of Baby Boomers. He ages slowly in the strip's floating timeline settling at around eight years old. A strip published on April 3, 1971 suggests he was born around 1963. Charlie Brown suggests he lives in an apartment with his grandmother occupying the one above his.
His name was first used on May 30, 1948, in an early Schulz comic strip called Lil’ Folks in which one boy has buried another in a sandbox and denies that he has seen the other boy when asked. He made his official debut in the first Peanuts comic strip on October 2, 1950; the strip features Charlie Brown walking by, as two other children named Shermy and Patty look at him. Shermy refers to him as "Good Ol' Charlie Brown" as he passes by, but immediately reveals his hatred toward him once he is gone on the last panel. During the strip's early years, Charlie Brown was much more playful than he is known for, as he played pranks and jokes on the other characters. On December 21 of the same year, his signature zig-zag pattern appeared on his plain T-shirt. By April 25, 1952, his shirt changed to a polo shirt with the zig-zag. On the March 6, 1951, Charlie Brown first appears to play baseball, as he was warming up before telling Shermy that they can start the game. Charlie Brown's relationships with other Peanuts characters differed from their states, their concepts were grown up through this decade until they reached their more established forms.
An example is his relationship with Violet Gray, to whom he was introduced on the February 7, 1951, strip. The two remained on good terms. Charlie Brown fed on Violet's mud pies. On the August 16, 1951, she called Charlie Brown a "blockhead", being the first time Charlie Brown was referred by that insult. November 14 of that year, Charlie Brown is first unable to kick a football, Violet is responsible because fear of her hand being kicked by Charlie Brown resulted in her letting go of it. Charlie Brown is introduced to Schroeder on May 30, 1951; as Schroeder is still a baby, Charlie Brown cannot converse with him. On June 1 of the same year, Charlie Brown stated. On that year's October 10, he told Schroeder the story of Beethoven and set the piano player's obsession with the composer. Charlie Brown placed the Beethoven bust on Schroeder's piano on November 26, 1951. Schroeder aged over time, catching up to Charlie Brown in age, Charlie Brown became less like a father figure and more like a close friend to Schroeder.
Charlie Brown had Schroeder become his catcher for the first time on the April 1952, strip. Around this point, their final relationship has pretty much been established. On January 6, 1952, Charlie Brown made his appearance on the first Sunday Peanuts strip. Charlie Brown is first seen interacting with the character Lucy van Pelt on March 3, 1952, he was on better terms with her than in the strip, as they made fun of each other out of mere playfulness. The November 16, 1952, strip is the first strip in which Charlie Brown was prevented by Lucy from kicking a football. Charlie
Jacques Bâby, dit Dupéron was a French Canadian fur trader who became an employee of the British Indian Department. He worked in the Detroit area, where he acquired large amounts of land on both sides of the Detroit River, in what became the United States and Canada, his four sons were each active in Canadian politics, serving in appointed and elected offices. He was born in Montreal in 1731, he worked as a fur trader and Indian agent at Logstown, near the current location of Ambridge, Pennsylvania. After the fall of New France to the British in 1760, as part of the Seven Years' War, Bâby refused to swear allegiance to King George III, he considered leaving the country. But after he learned that his brother François was transferring his operations from France to London, Bâby swore the oath of allegiance and resumed trading, he moved to the Fort Detroit area in present-day Michigan. In 1777, during the American Revolutionary War, Bâby was appointed by the British as a captain and interpreter in the Indian Department.
Bâby acquired large amounts of land on both the American and British sides of the Detroit River, as well as to the north along the St. Clair River. In 1787, after the United States gained independence, Bâby was appointed by the Americans as lieutenant-colonel of the Detroit militia. In 1788, he was named to the land board of the Hesse District in western Ontario, he died at Detroit in 1789. His son James Bâby became a judge and a member of the Executive Council and Legislative Council of Upper Canada, his sons François and Jean Baptiste were elected as members of the Legislative Assembly in Upper Canada. His daughter Suzanne married William Caldwell, a Loyalist soldier of the American Revolutionary War, an Indian agent, founder of Amherstburg, Ontario. Bâby Point in St. Clair, Ontario is named for him, consisting of some of his former property along the St. Clair River. Miquelon, Dale. "Bâby, Dupéront, Jacques". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. IV. University of Toronto Press.
Jacques Duperon Bâby family fonds, Archives of Ontario
Hanna Rose Hall is an American actress. She made her film debut in Forrest Gump, appeared in Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides and Rob Zombie's Halloween. Hall was born in Colorado, her family moved into the mountains when she was two years-old, but she remained in Colorado until age eighteen. After high school, she lived in Hawaii and Los Angeles before moving to Vancouver, British Columbia, where she attended the Vancouver Film School; when she was seven years-old, Hall attended Nina Axelrod's open casting call for Robert Zemeckis's Forrest Gump. A few callbacks Hall was cast as young Jenny Curran; this was followed by a role as an orphaned child in the 1996 television film Homecoming, co-starring Anne Bancroft. Hall screen tested for the role of Lux Lisbon in Sofia Coppola's film adaptation of The Virgin Suicides, but was considered too young for the part so she was cast as Cecilia Lisbon instead, she appeared in several independent films following this, before being cast in Rob Zombie's remake of Halloween as Judith Myers.
In 2009, she appeared in the independent comedy American Cowslip, opposite Val Kilmer, Diane Ladd, Cloris Leachman. In 2012, Hall began working as a theater director in Venice, directing underground plays, she has appeared on television series, including guest roles on Criminal Minds and Masters of Sex. Hanna R. Hall on IMDb Hanna R. Hall at AllMovie
Ivan Lendl retained his title, defeating Miloslav Mečíř 6–4, 6–2, 6–0 in the final to win the Men's Singles tennis title at the 1986 US Open. This tournament was notable for being the first Grand Slam tournament in which Andre Agassi competed in the main draw, he would go on to play an Open Era record 21 consecutive US Open tournaments, until his retirement in 2006. This was the first US Open in history where no American reached the semifinals; the seeded players are listed below. Ivan Lendl is the champion. Q = Qualifier WC = Wild Card LL = Lucky Loser r. = retired Association of Tennis Professionals – 1986 US Open Men's Singles draw
Quiet Days in Hollywood is a 1997 German drama film written by Robert G. Brown and Josef Rusnak. Rusnak directed; the movie features Hilary Swank, Chad Lowe, Natasha Gregson Wagner. The plot features a series of interlocking stories; each vignette is introduced with a character. The movie opens with a seventeen-year-old prostitute, Lolita who hangs around outside movie premiere with another teen prostitute in the hopes of getting a picture of her idol, movie star Peter Blaine. After her friend is forcibly dragged off by a jealous boyfriend, Lolita wanders around by herself in the streets of Los Angeles, she ends up performing a sexual favor for a man who ends up knocking her unconscious. The man, a young African American named Angel, is engaged in questionable criminal activities, he ends up trying to flee Los Angeles after he makes a major mistake during a drug deal. He takes a young waitress, with him. After they have sex in a stolen car while driving through a car wash, Julie rethinks her plans to escape with Angel.
After she notices that a car filled with men has been shadowing them, she runs out of the car. Angel is killed by the men. Sometime Julie is working in an upscale restaurant as a waitress, she waits on Richard. In the next vignette, Richard has a tryst with his boss's wife. Kathy has a non-exclusive relationship with her husband, who has a girlfriend on the side. Bobby is sexually propositioned by Patrick, a sexually aggressive and drug addicted gay man, the closeted Blaine's boyfriend; the last vignette features a grief-stricken Blaine seeking sexual favors and companionship from Lolita, still sporting a bruise from her encounter with Angel. Hilary Swank as Lolita Peter Dobson as Peter Blaine Meta Golding as Julie Chad Lowe as Richard Natasha Gregson Wagner as Kathy Bill Cusack as Bobby Stephen Mailer as Patrick Quiet Days in Hollywood on IMDb Quiet Days in Hollywood at Rotten Tomatoes Quiet Days in Hollywood at AllMovie
The Idolmaster is a 2011 anime series based on the popular raising sim and rhythm game franchise of the same name by Namco Bandai Games on the arcade and Xbox 360. The anime is produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Atsushi Nishigori, series composition by Atsushi Nishigori and Tōko Machida, character design by Atsushi Nishigori, art directed by Kushiro Usui and sound directed by Hiromi Kikuta. Based on The Idolmaster 2, the anime follows a group of thirteen pop idols from 765 Productions studios and their goal to become the most popular idols in Japan; the anime aired from July 8, 2011 to December 23, 2011 on TBS and on dates on MBS, CBC, RKB and BS-i. An original video animation episode was released on June 16, 2012; the anime's first opening theme song from episode 2 to 12 is "Ready!!" by 765PRO Allstars, the thirteen idols of 765 Productions, sung by their voice actresses, Haruka Amami, Chihaya Kisaragi, Yukiho Hagiwara, Yayoi Takatsuki, Ritsuko Akizuki, Azusa Miura, Iori Minase, Makoto Kikuchi and Mami Futami, Miki Hoshii, Hibiki Ganaha and Takane Shijō.
From episode 14 to 19, 20 to 23, 25 and 26, the second opening theme song is "Change!!!!" by 765PRO Allstars. For the ending theme songs, each episode has a different song sung by the idols including songs from the games; the following are three original video animation episodes included with the three individual versions of the PlayStation Portable game, The Idolmaster Shiny Festa, released on October 25, 2012. They were released internationally with the iOS version on April 22, 2013; each episode takes place in the same time frame, revolving around a group of idols being chosen to attend a music festival at an island resort, but the idols chosen are different in each version. The ending theme song is "Music" by 765PRO Allstars; the Idolmaster anime official website the Idolmaster anime website at TBS The Idolmaster at Anime News Network's encyclopedia