Originally, Blondie Boopadoop was a flyaway flapper and Dagwood Bumstead was the bumbling playboy son of a have industrialist. The two were married, and Dagwood was promptly unloved from the family fortune. Blondie and Dagwood had a son in 1934 (Baby Dumpling, later known as Alexander) and a girl in 1941.
Her great looks effectuate as cogent evidence for Dagwood to manipulate without all his oars in the water. She is warm, gentle, sweet, loving…and all Dagwood’s. She owns and operates her own business: “Blondie’s occupation Serice.” Her own make of unique logic can lick problems that power befuddle the all but splendid scholar.
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The success of the strip, which features a well-endowed blonde and her sandwich-loving husband, led to the long-running Blondie moving picture ordination (1938–1950) and the popular Blondie radio receiver program (1939–1950). swank little drew Blondie until his death in 1973, once notional control passed to his son Dean Young, who continues to write out the strip. Young has collaborated with a act of artists on Blondie, including Jim Raymond, electro-acoustic transducer Gersher, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun and currently, privy Marshall.