Christmas Discovery Of Santa Rudolph

    A Christmas story book was created in 1939 during the Great Depression era. The story was based Chicargo created for Montgomery Wards Department Store with a new character named Rodolfo. One of the highlights of the Christmas season was for parents to bring their children for a visit to a department store, such as Montgomery Wards to visit Santa, sit on his lap and receive a gift. For many years the Montgomery Wards Santa gave his coat a Christmas special on Christmas color printed book. The store wanted to save money and do something different so he gave one of its stores copywriters, 34-year-old Rudolph L May to work with a story. May was said to be mocked as a child because he was shy and small in stature. It is believed that the idea of ​​being ostracized came from his own personal experiences. Rudolph You can create similar problems that ultimately rises above its problems and is transformed.

    May originally wrote the story as a rhyming verse that his young daughter Barbara 4 years old ones. Originally store owners thought a red nose may be inadequate as a red nose usually associated with drinking. However, after illustrations appeared this proposal was rejected and the story was approved. The book of the history of Rudolph soon filled Santa Claus bag as a gift. A new trick for promotions that had immediate success in Montgomery Ward stores

    After his release in 1939, 2.4 million copies of the story was distributed. Due to the scarcity of paper war time, a minimum of copies were printed in the coming years. But in 1946 it was estimated that a total of 6 million copies had been given away. The story later became translated into 25 languages.

    Rudolph was created at a difficult time for May and his wife had a terminal illness (cancer) and died. Written Rudolph was a distraction that took him and his little daughter Barbara together in a magical way. You can change history, as he wrote it depending on the reaction of Barbara. You can not receive copyright royalties, because Rudolph was in the hands of Montgomery Wards to whom was an employee only. May was covered with snow and other medical bills. Montgomery Wards went to seek the release of the rights of Rudolph. It was in 1947 that his application was successful. May was able to transform the economic situation as it had the history of commercial printing in the same year. The following year, a nine-minute cartoon was shown in theaters. This was soon followed by May's brother in law Johnny Marks, composer, developing a song to go with the story. His song "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" was recorded and made famous by Gene Autry in 1949. It sold two million copies in its first year. To become a Christmas classic and one of the best songs from the sale of all time. In 1964 Burl Ives narrated a television special about Rudolph, still popular today. May got a good life of Rudolph. He quit his job writing in 1951 to focus on Rudolph yet returned several years later and remained until his retirement in 1971. He died in 1976.

    Rodolfo reached more than 100 years after the flying reindeer made their debut. Despite the affection and love for his family, Rudolph was a misfit, jokes and later ostracized by the reindeer community because of its unusual bright red nose. The story begins with the discovery of Santa Rudolph by accident when he noticed a glow emanating from Rudolph's room while delivering presents to her house one Christmas Eve. As the fog thickened and the cause of several accidents and delays Santa was worried that may not be able to finish their work. Rudolph was recruited to light the path leading team of Santa's reindeer to successfully accomplish all deliveries. The message of Rudolph proved popular, ie, a liability that is perceived is often an asset waiting to be discovered.

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