Production[ edit ] The first early animated versions of the Powerpuff Girls, who were originally known as the "Whoopass Girls" During Craig McCracken's first year in the character animation program of CalArts he created a series of short cartoons based on a character called "No Neck Joe". The Whoopass Girls in: However, the name Whoopass had to be dropped for the channel to include it as part of its new What a Cartoon!
The sun was warm, even though it was November, and everything looked like Sunday morning--the buses, and the well-dressed people walking slowly in couples and the quiet buildings with the windows closed.
They walked lightly, almost smiling, because they had slept late and had a good breakfast and it was Sunday. Michael unbuttoned his coat and let it flap around him in the mild wind. They walked, without saying anything, among the young and pleasant-looking people who somehow seem to make up most of the population of that section of New York City.
He laughed louder this time, but not as solidly. She had a nice complexion. How did you know I was looking at her? Michael laughed, just a little laugh this time.
It was the complexion. When I have breakfast with you it makes me feel good all day. Also, I slept all night, wound around you like a rope. The lean man from Ohio. I want him to talk only to me and listen only to me.
They can go driving in the country by themselves.
A professional football game," Frances said, because she knew Michael loved to watch them. Say, are you listening to me? He took his eyes off the hatless girl with the dark hair, cut dancer-style, like a helmet, who was walking past him with the self-conscious strength and grace dancers have.
She smiled a little to herself as she went past and Michael noticed all these things before he looked back at his wife.
How do you like that? And, after all, how many pretty women are there in New York? At least you seem to think so. Occasionally, maybe, I look at a woman as she passes. I admit, perhaps in the street I look at a woman once in a while.
Restaurants, subways, theaters, lectures, concerts. God gave me eyes and I look at women and men and subway excavations and moving pictures and the little flowers of the field.
I casually inspect the universe. When they tackle each other," she said, trying to make Michael laugh, "they make divots. In all the five years. Standing there in the living room, next to the radio, with a green hat on and all those people.
It makes me feel terrible. They walked over to a bar on Eighth Street, not saying anything, Michael automatically helping her over curbstones and guiding her past automobiles. He walked, buttoning his coat, looking thoughtfully at his neatly shined heavy brown shoes as they made the steps toward the bar.
They sat near a window in the bar and the sun streamed in, and there was a small cheerful fire in the fireplace. A little Japanese waiter came over and put down some pretzels and smiled happily at them. Michael finished half his and drank a little water.
One of the things I like best about New York is the battalions of women. When I first came to New York from Ohio that was the first thing I noticed, the million wonderful women, all over the city. I walked around with my heart in my throat. Neat, with their eyeglasses, smart, chipper, knowing what everything is about, taking care of themselves all the time.Discussion of themes and motifs in Irwin Shaw's The Girls in Their Summer Dresses.
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The Powerpuff Girls (occasionally referred to as The Powerpuff Girls Classic to distinguish from the revived series) is an American superhero animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken and produced by Hanna-Barbera (later Cartoon Network Studios) for Cartoon iridis-photo-restoration.com show centers on Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, three kindergarten-aged girls with superpowers, .
A Failure in a Marriage” a Critical Analysis of "The Girls in Their Summer Dresses Words | 4 Pages. Daljit Ghotra Eng Jan./10/11 Prof: Mr. Elvis Tirado "A Failure in a Marriage” A critical analysis of "The Girls in their Summer Dresses" "The Girls in their Summer Dresses" by Irwin Shaw is about romantic love, fidelity, and marriage.
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