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Little Orphan Annie debuted on August 5, 1924 in but a single newspaper. Over the next 44 years. Annie became a cultural icon — in both her red-headed, blank-eyed appearance, and as the embodiment of American individuality, spunk, and self-reliance. Even those who’s never read the comic strip are keenly aware of the plucky orphan, her loveable mutt Sandy, and her adoptive benefactor Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks — through the Broadway play, the hit movie, and the song “Tomorrow” made famous by both.