Bud Sagendorf filmography and biography
Date of birth: 22 March 1915, Wenatchee, Washington, USA
Date of death: 22 September 1994, Greater Sun Center, Florida, USA (brain cancer)
Bud Sagendorf biography
Forrest "Bud" Sagendorf was a teenager when he began as an apprentice for "Popeye" creator, cartoonist E.C. Segar in 1932. Following Segar's death, Sagendorf began illustrating various materials including comic books and a variety of toys and games because at age 23 King Features, who own the copyright to the cartoon, believed he was too young to take over the comic strip. In 1958, King Features finally hired Sagendorf to do the daily and Sunday comic strips. He wrote and illustrated "Popeye: The First Fifty Years" in 1979. He continued drawing Sunday strips until his death in 1994.
Bud Sagendorf filmography
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