Robert L. Mayâ??s story premiered in a Montgomery Ward Christmas coloring book. The story of â??Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeerâ?? was then popularized in a song by western star, Gene Autrey. This preceded a theatrical short , a comic, children books and a stop-action animated feature that remains a holiday tradition to this day.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer was created in 1939 by Robert L. May.
The character was created for Montgomery Ward department stores by Robert L. May. See the Related Link.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was part of a Christmas advertising campaign for Montgomery Ward by Robert L. May in 1939.
I have no idea. I would assume that it was around the time when the tale of Father Christmas and His Reindeer was created. By the way, it's spelt Rudolph.
Rudolph is a red nosed reindeer who was born with a red gleaming nose. when he was young the bucks and does would make fun of him and call him names. he even was rejected to play the reindeer games which makes Rudolph sullen and sad. so sad that he ran away and left his parents. the doe of his life ties to look for him as well as his parents.then in Christmas eve it was foggy .at the same night they found Rudolph and his new friends too. so Santa was about to cancel Christmas until he found him his nose gave him the idea of using Rodolph to guide his seigh.so after that ever since all the reindeer loved him and his father Donner was proud of him and he was the leader of the reindeer ever since.
the main idea of reindeer is how santa got around to deliver presents dah.
While some northern European traditions associated St. Nicolas with a sleigh and reindeer for transportation, the idea of Santa and his eight original reindeer appear to have come primarily from Clement Moore's "A Visit From St. Nicholas." Written in 1823, it gives the names of Santa's team as Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donder and Blitzen. "Donder" would later become "Donner." Rudolph was added in the mid-twentieth century due to the popularity of the song "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."
Rudolph was written in 1939 as an advertising gimmick for the Montgomery Ward department store. It was intended to be a promotional give-away book, but the tale quickly became popular. In 1947, the author, Robert L. May, bought the copyright from the department store and began to market Rudolph. The song was recorded in 1949 by Gene Autry, and the rest is history. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was written in 1949 by U.S. songwriter Johnny Marks. He took the idea from a verse written in 1939 by his brother-in-law, Robert L. May.
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Some popular Christmas card ideas include designs with Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Another idea you may want to consider is a cookie filled card design.
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Reindeer No.9 ( in the original Santa Claus poem by Clement Moore- there were only 8 tiny reindeer, and it is implied Santa had shape-shifting or size altering powers in order to get down the chimney-an idea pretty much ignored by modern Santa Mythologists. well he was introduced by Montgomery Wards as a cartoon feature in their Christmas Catalog sometime in the Late thirties or immediate pre-war. The popular song was written by one Johnny Marks ( spelled Marks and not Marx, either the Communist or the toy maker ( I:m Magic marxie bringing fun, Marx makes more toys than anyone!- so went their jingle in the sixties.) Johnny Marks wrote the song. There have been numerous cartoon and other adaptations, some suggesting a sort of zoological cross-feed with Pinochhio and his lengthy snout- for telling lies- h"mm one thing does lead to another. Clausism is a myth, and maybe that explains the day-glow nose!
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I am pretty sure masashi kishimoto came up with the idea because he did draw them.