The henchman of Daddy Warbucks in the popular comic strip, Little Orphan Annie, was known as The Asp. Little Orphan Annie was created by Harold Gray.
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Little Orphan Annie was removed from an orphanage by Daddy Warbucks .
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The Asp, an Asian karate masterBuhnjaab, a tall Sikh male who seems to have telekinetic powersIf you are referring to the crossword puzzle hint, try THEASP.
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Daddy Warbucks, although the character Star-to-be takes a verse.
Albert Finney in the 1982 version and Victor Garber in the 1999 version.
At the end of the film of Annie, Daddy Warbucks adopts Annie and lives with him from now on. It is pretty crap!!!!
Annie Warbucks was created in 1993.
He has two. First, there was Punjab then came The Asp. If you are referring to the crossword puzzle hint, try THEASP as one word.
im pretty sure they do but then again i play grace in that play so i sure hope so!!!
The character of Daddy Warbucks has made many appearances in both print and on screen over the last 90ish years. His servants in turn, have made many appearances and have been presented in a multitude of fashions. In the original "Little Orphan Annie" cartoon, Warbucks had two main servants, Punjab and The Asp. In the 1982 film version, both these characters make appearances, along with the butler Drake and many maids.
[WARBUCKS AND ANNIE] Together at last! Together for ever! We're tying a knot, They never can sever! [WARBUCKS] I don't need sunshine now, To turn my skies at blue -- [WARBUCKS AND ANNIE] I don't need anything but you! [WARBUCKS] You've wrapped me around That cute little finger. You've made life a song ..... You've made me the singer! [ANNIE] And what's the bathtub tune You always "Bu-Bu-Boo?" [WARBUCKS] Bu-Bu-Bu Anything but you [ANNIE] Yesterday was plain awful [WARBUCKS] You can say that again [ANNIE] Yesterday was plain awful [WARBUCKS] But that's [ANNIE] Not now [WARBUCKS AND ANNIE] That's then [ANNIE] I'm poor as a mouse, [WARBUCKS] I'm richer than Midas. [WARBUCKS AND ANNIE] But nothing on earth Could ever divide us! And if tomorrow, I 'm an apple seller, too-- I don't need anything but you!
Albert Finney :)