Transcript: Winnie the Pooh Kaleigh Walsh Over the years there have been many versions of the popular tv show Scooby-Doo Where Are You? It was first created byJoe Ruby and Ken Spears in 1969.The very first episode aired in 1971. It played on CBS and ABC family. Currently Cartoon Network plays new episodes of the popular TV series. Popeye the Sailor Man Mickey Mouse was first created in 1928 and first appeared on television on November 18th. The first episode was Steamboat Willie. It was originally meant to be only a comic character but as of this year Mickey has appeared in 130 movies and TV shows. Old Fashioned Cartoons Looney Toons is a series of short films by Warner Bros which aired in 1930. Oringinally the series showed the adventures of Bosko and Buddy. Later on they presented characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck,Porky Pig, Elmer Fud, Tweety, Taz, Sylvester and so on. Warner Bros. also showed Lonney Toons sister show Merrie Melodies. Charlie Brown is originally a character from the comic strip the Peanuts. The comic first appeared in 1950. Both the comic srtip and TV show was created by Charkes M. Shulz. Charlie Brown is a lovable loser and is usually addressed by his full name and his catch phrase "good grief". Charlie Brown has a sister named Sally, a very intelligent dog Snoopy and Charlie Brown'd best friend Linus. Popeye is a based on a comic strip by Elzie Crisler Segar. Popeye first aired in 1933 by Thimble Theaters presented by Paramount Pictures. People that you will see in the cartoon/comic is Olive Oyl, Popeye's love and Poopdeck Pappy and Nana Oyl Olives grandma. Charlie Brown Smurfs Scooby-Doo Mickey Mouse The Smurfs was created by Peyo in 1958. t was originaly a comic and television show in Belgium. It was also originally in French, not English. Peyo came up with name Smurf when a fellow comic said Schromfp for the word salt. Smurfs are mystical little blue people who live in the forest with their one Papa. Looney Toons Winnie the Pooh was created by A.A Milne and first appeared in 1924 and is also called "Pooh Bear". It was originally a story and hten became a cartoon. It was based on the author's son's bear named Winnie which was actually a real canadian balck bears name! The stories are set in Ashdown Woods a place in England. In the stories it is called the "Hundred Acre Woods".
Transcript: Evolution Pokemon was one of the first games that helped boost the gaming industry. It was a top seller back in the 90's and it is a top seller now Some of the more popular pokemon games are as follow Thanks for your time and watching my prezi! I hope you enjoyed! Evolution in pokemon is a chain where pokemon get better as they level up ^Charizard is an evolved starter Pokemon Facts! Pokemon was originally a manga called capsule monsters. The first generation of pokemon games sold over 46 million copies. In pokemon red you can find a legendary under a truck in the shipyard. The pokemon show has 18 series and over 850 episodes and lots of movies and they are still making more! Pokemon! My website is about Pokemon Pokemon fire red Pokemon emerald Pokemon diamond Pokemon soul silver Pokemon X In each pokemon game their is different starters Pokemon trivia! My website has all the main pokemon games! * who is the main character of the pokemon show? *what is the main pokemon in the show? * What is a starter pokemon? *how many seasons are their in pokemon? My Website! Besides the original pokemon games where your goal is to "Catch em all" there are other games where you can be a pokemon and rescue other pokemon. Another game is Pokemon Colosseum where you have a team of pokemon going against another team of pokemon! In website it has all the pokemon games and interesting pokemon facts! POKEMON in the gaming industry I chose to do my website about pokemon because it was one of my favorite child hood shows and games. There are other pokemon games! In pokemon games like fire red and diamond you get a starter pokemon like... ^Piplup is a non evolved starter
Transcript: Topic 3 Art mainly focused on the what was happening at the time and is one of the biggest highlights of Realism. The picture to the right was painted by George Bellows and he called it Dempsey and Firpo. Many Realism artists Old Fashioned Realism What is Old Fashioned Realism? Topic 2 Art Topic 5 Old Fashioned Realism is an idea that started in the early 20th century that focused on reflecting what was happening around you. Topic 4
Transcript: Prezi is the real deal! is: old-fashioned not orignial used in almost every presentation Is: New More exciting Easy to follow Pretty straight forward althought it takes some time to master it completly... I have dream that somewhere in the near future, no powerpoint presentation shall ever be made again! Try to use other sources than PowerPoint only Try to be more original PowerPoint Conclusion Prezi PowerPoint is old-fashioned
Transcript: 1970 Huge, leather, platform shoes made by Master John of Canada 1975 1977 people wore flare pants In 1979 designer jeans in different colors were in style $1.22 people dressed in pullover vests All the clothes and fashions that were in style throughout the '70's are making a comeback now! During the 70's, a commonly used term for a style of dress was hippy. What was a hippy? 1974 a lot of people had 1971 they wore platform shoes and cheesecloth tops 1980 $21.80 tinted contacts were in style 1978 people wore jogging suits a lot of boys had beards 1970's Fashion Someone who rejects the established culture; advocates extreme liberalism in politics and lifestyle. form fitting dresses were in style 1973 $8.99 1976 shiny fabric clothes $12.99 $12.99 $21.80 the afro hair style was really huge and tattoos were also popular. Suede saddle and beautiful place kid tie shoe by Herbert Levine in 1970. 1972
Transcript: Old Fashioned Camera By:Hailey Osborn Circa 1550 The first camera was introduced in the year of Circa 1550. This Cameras first name Camera Obscura(in latin, it means dark room.) Circa 1550 the camera back then was the size of a room! 1685 The first hand held camera was formally introduced in 1685 by inventor Johaan Zahn. Though it would be nearly almost 150 years till that application would be possible. first handheld camera 1816 The first partially successful photograph of a camera image was made in approximately 1816 by Nic`ephore Ni`epce(that is not a made up name.) , using of his very own making and a piece of paper coated with silver chloride, which darkened where it was exposed to light. He was a french inventor, now he is identified as the pioneer of photography. He also was the inventor of Heliography, the art of perserving artwork. Nic`ephore Ni`epce 1900 The use of photographic film was pioneered by George Eastman. The camera that George invented was called the "kodak". The "kodak" was a simple hand held box camera with a fixed focused lens and single shutter speed. 1900 2003 The camera industry stopped selling working old fashioned cameras in 2003 because they no longer had the correct film in order to operate those cameras. future The cameras of the future will be inside of a contact lens, but the camera will not irritate the eye. The camera will sense if you are in an emergency and call the police if He/she took your phone. Cameras of the future... the future...........
Transcript: History and Modern Popularity January 1, 1936 “Old Timer,” reflects on the years following the end of Prohibition. Time was when the affable and sympathetic bartender moisted a lump of sugar with Angostura bitter, dropped in a lump of ice, neither too large or too small, stuck in a miniature bar spoon and passed the glass to the client with a bottle of good bourbon from which said client was privileged to pour his own drink.” History Don Draper and his signature drink the Old Fashioned. Modern The Old Fashioned. The Old Fashioned. Step 1. Step 1. Step 2 Step 2 Step 3 Step 3 Step 4 Step 4 Step 5 Step 5 Step 6 Step 6 Step 7 Step 7 Step 8 Step 8 Step 9 Step 9 Step 10 Step 10 The Manhattan. The Manhattan. Step 1. Step 1. Step 2 Step 2 Conclusion Conclusion Works Cited Glass, Jeremy in an article written April 13, 2015 on thrillist.com https://www.thrillist.com/vice/history-and-origin-of-the-old-fashioned-cocktail Whittaker, G. Clay in an article "'Mad Men' May be Over, But Rye Whiskey's Legacy Lives On" an article written on mensjournal.com http://www.mensjournal.com/food-drink/drinks/mad-men-may-be-over-but-rye-whiskeys-legacy-lives-on-20150519 Works Cited
Transcript: TV Through The Years 1930 The first official introduction of the commercial TV was in 1939. It was available for anyone who wanted to buy it. The first channels you could get were NBC and CBS. Although they we available, many families could not afford them. TVs back them were anywhere form $400 to $500 dollars. The average family income was around 1,300 a year. 1930 Television 1950 The 1950 has been called the golden age of television because of all the amazing TV shows that were being broadcast. By now color had been invented and even a remote control were available too. Although these were a thing you could purchase, many people did not . By the end of the decade a smaller TV without color would cost you about $200. A bigger TV with color would be around $500 dollars. The average household income was 3,300 dollars a year. 1950 Television 1970 By now the first episode of the beloved TV show "Sesame Street" first aired. There were now evening programs on every night. The average salary for a household was around $7,500 and TVs would cost you $400 to $700 dollars. 1970 Television The 1990 was the age of technology. Many new devices were coming out and the internet was the new thing. A lot of homes could go out and buy the personal computer for there family. New channels like HBO and FCC aired more and more TV shows. 1990 Television 1990 At this point in time families were buying the new home DVD player. Now families didn't have to go to the theater to watch movies. They would just stay in the comfort of their homes. With advances in technology, manufacturers could make the screen wider and and a better quality of picture. Reality shows become the new thing. American Idol was the biggest show then. Now for a 30- second add on the show would cost 750,000 dollars 2000-Now Television 2000 The futuristic TV will be clear like class and connect to all of the other appliances in the house. When people leave the room it will pause the show that you were watching. Also it will be 3D without having to wear classes. Futuristic Television future
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