Little Audrey
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Real Name

Audrey

First Appearance

Santa's Surprise (1947)

Original Publisher

Famous Studios

Created by

Seymour Kneitel and Bill Tytla

Origin

Little Audrey is a fictional character appearing in a number of theatrical cartoons from 1947 to 1959. She is considered a variation of the better-known Little Lulu, although similarities between the two characters are largely superficial. Audrey was adapted into comic form as early as 1948, first by St. John Publications, then by Harvey Comics in 1952. During the early fifties, the character was merchandised in various forms, including year books, hand puppets, sheet music, news strips and children's clothing, suggesting that in her heyday, the character had achieved the kind of popularity enjoyed by her predecessors.

Public Domain Appearances

Animation

  • Santa's Surprise
  • Butterscotch and Soda
  • The Lost Dream
  • Tarts and Flowers

Comic Books

  • Little Audrey #1-24
  • Little Audrey Yearbook

Typical slapstick gag from Little Audrey #4

Notes

  • Harvey's version of the character is named "Audrey Smith" however, no surname was ever given in any public domain appearances.

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