BIBLIOGRAPHY and Notes

CH 2 Blondie:   The cartoon strip Blondie is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Chic
Young.  It is distributed by King Features Syndicate, A Unit of Hearst Corporation, 300 W. 57th St.
New York, NY 10019, the strip has been published in newspapers since September 8, 1930.  Chic
Young drew Blondie until his death in 1973, when creative control passed to his son Dean Young,
who continues to write the strip. Young has collaborated several artists on Blondie, including Mike
Gersher, Jim Raymond, Stan Drake, Denis Lebrun and currently, John Marshall.  The Rock music
band of the 1970’s & 80’s Blondie is an American band, founded by singer Debbie Harry and guitarist
Chris Stein., Chrysalis Group plc, The Chrysalis Building, Bramley Road, London W10 6SP   (Neither
the cartoon strip, or the band has any connection to this book.  It is pure coincidence that citizens
living in The Vista dubbed Susan “Officer Blondie” while she was an officer patrolling this
neighborhood.)

CH 15 The Incredible Hulk:  A fictional character that appeared in comic books published by Marvel
Comics and originally created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.  Marvel Entertainment, LLC, 417 Fifth
Avenue, Mezzanine, New York, NY 10016.  The Hulk character was later used in other media, a live
action TV series, six television movies, three animated TV series, two theatrically released movies,
and various video games.  A comprehensive list of all studios, artists, directors, etc involved in all of
these productions can easily be found on the Internet Movie Database.

CH 25 Kermit the Frog:  is a fictional character created by Jim Henson’s Muppets, copyrighted and
a registered trademark of The Jim Henson Company, 1416 North LaBrea Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028

CH 39 Keystone Kops:  are featured in a series of silent film comedies about a completely
incompetent group of policemen.  The movies were produced by Mack Sennett for his Keystone Film
Company between 1912 and 1917.   After an exhaustive search we believe that these films remain “in
the public domain” and that no one has re-copyrighted these films up to the printing time of this book.

CH 40 A rose by any other name:  Paraphrased from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. To
our knowledge, no one has re-copyrighted the works of William Shakespeare.

CH 51 Carson Productions:  is a television production company established by Johnny Carson in
the early 1980s mainly to produce The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson from 1980 to 1992,
4119 W Commonwealth Ave, Fullerton, CA 92833.  The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson aired
on NBC (30 Rockefeller Plz, New York, NY 10020, now NBCUNIVERSAL , COMCAST, 1500 Market St
FL 33e, Philadelphia, PA 19102).  We are uncertain if Carson Productions or NBC actually
trademarked the phrase “You can’t make up stuff like this” but he did say it frequently on NBC’s
Tonight Show.

CH 70 The Pink Panther:  is a series of comedy films, cartoon shorts, and a Saturday morning
cartoon series that can all be traced back to director and co-writer Blake Edwards, with the music
composed by Henry Mancini starting in 1963.   A comprehensive list of all studios, artists, directors,
etc involved in all of these productions can easily be found on the Internet Movie Database.

CH 114 Miami Vice:  a U.S. TV series produced by Michael Mann for NBC (30 Rockefeller Plz, New
York, NY 10020, now NBCUNIVERSAL , COMCAST, 1500 Market St FL 33e, Philadelphia, PA 19102)
from 1984–1989.  In 2006 there was also a theatrical released movie with the same name directed by
Michael Mann from Universal Pictures, , 100 Universal City Plaza Universal City, CA 91608, (now
NBCUNIVERSAL, COMCAST, now NBCUNIVERSAL , COMCAST, 1500 Market St FL 33e,
Philadelphia, PA 19102 .)  
Miami Mice was a parody of parody of Miami Vice created by Jim Henson’
s Muppets, copyrighted and a registered trademark of The Jim Henson Company, 1416 North LaBrea
Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028.  Also, there is a Miami Mice Research Inc., which is a biotechnology
company that has proprietary mouse models for use in identifying and developing early markers of
cancer.  MaRS Centre, 101 College St, Suite 120-E, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1L7.  Marc Bode also
made a series of comic books entitled Miami Mice published by The Rip Off Press, Inc., 11180
Edgewood Road,Auburn, CA 95603-9460 and Fantagraphics Books, 7563 Lake City Way NE, Seattle
, WA 98115

From the video - Jack in the Box and Jumbo Jack hamburgers:   are both registered
trademarks of the Jack in the Box Corporation, 9330 Balboa Ave, San Diego, CA 92123.


Wikipedia.org, The Free Encyclopedia:  was used as the base research for many of the items in
this bibliography.  The research was also verified wherever possible with the official websites of the
companies mentioned in this book as well as other sources such as
The Internet Movie Database.  
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