978-0-87816-278-9 / 9780878162789

Li'l Abner: Dailies, Vol. 25: 1959 - Abner Goes to Hollywood


Publisher:Kitchen Sink Press



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In 1959 Li'l Abner exploded on movie screens across America as the popular Broadway musical was adapted into the Paramount film. Starring Peter Palmer (Abner), Leslie Parrish (Daisy Mae), the gorgeous Julie Newmar (Stupefyin' Jones) and Stella Stevens (Apassionata Von Climax), this tune-filled movie also featured Stubby Kaye (Marryin' Sam) singing the show stopping "Jubilation T. Cornpone." The full story of the movie's creation and legacy is told in the illustrated introduction by scriptwriter Mark Evanier. In this year's strips Moonbeam McSwine becomes a Hollywood starlet (not a coincidence) and inspires a "slobnik" [take-off on beatnik] look. Li'l Abner becomes the Crime King of Italy, a Fearless Fosdick adventure, and the dormant lovable Shmoo returns to invade Washington, D.C.! Plus the Flying Sausages and Tiny Yokum, Marryin' Sam and Big Barnsmell in the annual Sadie Hawkins Day Race . Heavily ghosted by Frank Frazetta, who achieved fame on his own, post-Abner. Published in 1997 by Kitchen Sink Press ( KSP ) 12 x 9 horizontal format - 184 pages ISBN #0-87816-278-X

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