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Numerous individuals imagine that Snoopy, the notorious Beagle from Charles Schulz’s Peanuts funny carcartoon, does not resemble a Beagle by any means. Despite his physical comparability to a genuine Beagle, Snoopy is an immaculate depiction of the standard breed: savvy, fun loving, tender, torpid now and again and vigorous on occasion! Snoopy initially showed up in the Oct 1950 strip, two days after the strip started. Schulz initially wanted to call him “Sniffy”, however figured out that name was utilized as a part of an alternate funny cartoon. He then changed the puppy’s name to Snoopy. The name initially showed up on Nov 1950. In the good ‘ol days, it was hazy who the proprietor of Snoopy was. It was not as a matter of course Charlie Brown as we know it now. Case in point, in the strip from Feb 1951, Charlie Brown shouts at Snoopy for tailing him, until Patty lets him know that Snoopy is not tailing him, but rather just lives in the same direction. Other early strips show Snoopy on a chain with Shermy or Patty, and not Charlie Brown. On the other hand, other early strips Snoopy in Charlie Brown’s room around evening time, as he is going to sleep.
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It is one of the greatest hymns composed by Freddie Mercury. He wrote it in 1975, when hardly anyone knew the story behind this immortal song, which still touches 43 years later. Much less known was who Mary Austin was, the woman of her life. The love of her life, of which so little is known.
The new film about the life of the rock genius throws some glitter on the existence of this woman who lives in London and is now 67 years old. Surrounded by walls, her everyday life is impregnable. Like the secrets she knew how to keep about her great love and her eternal friend.
The film Bohemian Rhapsody is a worldwide success and has managed to recreate this love without borders, which Mercury himself immortalized in Love of My Life. Austin was born in 1951 and met the artist when he was only 19, in the Biba store in the heart of Kensington, just a stone’s throw from the Royal Albert Hall Theatre and the classic Harrods. It was 1970 and he was 24 years old. Biba was the centre where artists, models and London’s greatest celebrities in show business and fashion met. Excesses were routine. Breakfast was champagne, according to the legends around the place. The most beautiful women and the most famous musicians met there. The love between Freddie and Mary was born here. Mary Austin was the daughter of a poor marriage. Her father cut fabrics in a shop; her mother was a domestic worker in a small business. Her fate would change from her job in Biba. And from meeting the leader of a band that was already a success.
But before that it wasn’t the Queen’s singer who wanted to conquer her. It was her friend and whereabouts Brian May who was first blinded by the beauty of the woman. Until Mercury trustfully asked her: “Are you serious about Maria? Can I ask her? May gave her the green light and they almost silently began to love each other. The revelation was made by the guitarist in an interview given in 2017.
They lived together for six years. The magical years he Mercury would make her his “wife” for the rest of his life, even if she had never married under the law. Once, in 1975, they came close to realizing what the artist’s mother, Jer Bulsara, wanted forever. He gave her a jadering and asked her to marry him. But he didn’t prosper. In those years Maria discovered the true musical talent and charisma that her companion devoured on stage. His love. Despite the harassment of the “victim” of the superstar, he never let himself be alienated from these moments of glory. Once she remembered: “When she stepped off the stage, all the girls and their friends crowded around her. He was so busy. I started to run away and he ran after me. He said: “Where are you going? At that moment she realized that it was important in this man’s life.
But everything ended (half, partly) a year after I had offered him the marriage. The sixth year of living together was when he told her that he was gay.
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Partly it was a liberation. It was to be honest with him again, even though he loved Mary deeply. Not sure how to deal with the situation, Mercury first told him he was bisexual. But she was more direct and open: “No, Freddie, I don’t think you are bisexual. I think you’re gay. They moved. They separated. But not definitely. They just kept loving each other. They went on together, but not in pairs this time. Freddie wanted her to still be close. I needed her all the time. And she still admired him. How could she not love this talented, compassionate and brilliant person with whom she had lived for six years and with whom she had learned so much from life? She went from his “wife” to his personal assistant. Who could I trust more?
Snoopy is Charlie Brown’s pet beagle in the funny cartoon Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. He can likewise be found in Charlie Brown films and TV, similar to The Peanuts Movie. The first drawings of Snoopy were enlivened by Spike, one of Schulz’s adolescence canines. Cartoon Beagles are just phenotypically not at all like the Beagle pooch breed. Hereditarily they have a reach as do people. Neither do carcartoon people all the time have verisimilitude. Snoopy’s entire identity is somewhat clashing. Be that as it may, he’s an exceptionally solid character. He can win or lose, be a calamity, a saint, or anything, but then everything works out. When he’s in a bad position, he can withdraw into a dream and in this manner break.
I would say yes (I hope so). It is something of a tradition. Though there is a lot of comic strips and a recent movie, to me nothing is more endearing than It’s “Christmas Charlie Brown” and “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown”. Before the media landscape was so varied, it was a must see every Halloween and Christmas on one of the three channels at the time. Much like “It’s A Wonderful Life”, it was a tradition to watch those shows when it aired. Snoopy may be dated, and simple by today’s standards, but I think it will live on. It’s good story telling, a good moral, and doesn’t sicken parents too watch with your kids