Raggedy Ann

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Raggedy Ann

good-natured despite misadventures; doll with perpetual smile. [Children’s Lit.: Raggedy Ann Stories]
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I had Dracula, clown, flapper, saloon girl, mummy - sort of gory - and oh yes, a Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy pair."
Publishers, Raggedy Andy Communications, Ltd tapped Diane because of her passion for improving the lives and futures of poor and disenfranchised people, as well as her extensive experience exposing inequities and catalyzing communities for cohesive positive action.
In Deborah Davis' impressive recounting of this adventure, The Trip, Warhol's experiences mark the turning point in his life between "Raggedy Andy" Warhola, a small-town kid from Pittsburgh, and Andy Warhol, filmmaker and pop art impresario.
Raggedy Andy was displayed in the front foyer, immediately visible to anyone entering our home.
Stepping out in sagging camouflage pants, a ratty green canvas jacket, mismatched scarf, and ill-fitting cape, Galliano's look is more Raggedy Andy than Oscar de la Rentaand it's downright offensive to the homeless community.
Dave as Raggedy Andy (if that's what it was) ruled.
In "The Pirate Adventure" also by Janis Diamond, Raggedy Andy is kidnaped by a band of pirates while searching for Leprechaun Micky's legendary pot of gold.
"The flipper-footed man in the Raggedy Andy wig looks worried about something," I'd whisper to my mother.
The Fleischers had also bought the rights to Johnny Gruelle's Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy and Thorson redesigned them in accordance with his Disney eye.
For a short time in the 1970's Scott Paper Company offered the boy/girl "Raggedy Ann" and "Raggedy Andy" diapers, but this was a modification to the absorbent core structure and did not involve any marketing hype with blue for boys and pink for girls.
Holding up Raggedy Andy, I asked what shapes had been used when making his body.
The Honest-to-Goodness Story of Raggedy Andy is a picturebook based on the true story of Johnny Gruelle, creator of the famous Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy dolls.