Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Animation career 1.2.1 Rocky and Bullwinkle 2 Death and legacy 3 References 4 External links

Biography[edit] Early life[edit] Ward, the son of Joseph Ward Cohen (1890-1967) and Mercedes Juanita Troplong Ward (1892-1972), was born Joseph Ward Cohen Jr.[2] and was raised in Berkeley, California; he earned his undergraduate degree at the University of California at Berkeley.[3] He earned his MBA from Harvard University. His first career was real estate. Even when his animation company was at the height of its success, he continued to own his own real estate firm as a "fallback" business. Ward married Ramona "Billie" Ward in 1943; the couple had three children: Ron, Carey, and Tiffany.[4] Animation career[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Ward moved into the young mass medium of television with the help of his childhood friend, the animator Alex Anderson. Taking the character Crusader Rabbit to NBC-TV and the pioneering distributor of TV-programs, Jerry Fairbanks, they put together a pilot film, The Comic Strips of Television, featuring Crusader Rabbit, Hamhock Bones, a parody of Sherlock Holmes, and Dudley Do-Right, a bumbling Canadian Mountie. NBC-TV and Fairbanks were both unimpressed with all but Crusader Rabbit. The animated series Crusader Rabbit premiered in 1950 and continued its initial run through 1952. Adopting a serialized, mock-melodrama format, it followed the adventures of Crusader and his dimwitted sidekick Rags the Tiger. It was, in form and content, much like the series that would later gain Ward enduring fame, Rocky and His Friends. Rocky and Bullwinkle[edit] Ward and Anderson lost the rights to the Crusader Rabbit character in a legal fight with businessman Shull Bonsall, who had taken over the assets of the bankrupt Jerry Fairbanks company, and a new color Crusader Rabbit series under a different producer premiered in 1956. Ward then pursued an unsold series idea, The Frostbite Falls Revue. Taking place in a TV studio in the North Woods, the proposed series featured a cast of eccentrics such as newsman Oski Bear and two minor characters named Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Bullwinkle J. Moose, described in the script treatment as a "French-Canadian moose."[citation needed] Premiering on ABC in 1959 (and moving to NBC two years later), the series contained a mix of sophisticated and low-brow humor. Thanks to Ward's genial partner Bill Scott (who contributed to the scripts and voiced Bullwinkle and other characters) and their writers, puns were used often and shamelessly: in a "Fractured Fairy Tales" featuring Little Jack Horner, upon pulling out the plum, Jack announced, "Lord, what foods these morsels be!" Self-referential humor was another trademark: in one episode, the breathless announcer (William Conrad) gave away the villain's plans, prompting the villain to grab the announcer from offscreen, bind and gag him, and deposit him visibly within the scene. The show skewered popular culture, taking on such subjects as advertising, college sports, the Cold War, and TV itself. The hapless duo from Frostbite Falls, Minnesota, blundered into unlikely adventures much as Crusader and Rags had before them, pursued by "no-goodnik" spies Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale, perennially under orders to "keel moose and squirrel".[5] In a running-joke tribute to Ward, many of his cartoon characters had the middle initial "J.", presumably standing for "Jay" (although this was never stated explicitly). The cartoonist Matt Groening later gave the middle initial "J." to many of his characters as a tribute to Jay Ward.[6] Ward fought many heated battles over content with the network and sponsor. The "Kirward Derby", a bowler hat that made everyone stupid and Bullwinkle a genius, was named (as a spoonerism) for Durward Kirby, sidekick of the 1950s and 1960s TV host Garry Moore and the co-host of Allen Funt's Candid Camera. When CBS tried to sue, Ward quipped, "We need the publicity.[3]:181–182 An eccentric and proud of it, Ward was known for pulling an unusual publicity stunt that coincided with a national crisis. Ward bought an island in Minnesota near his home and dubbed it "Moosylvania," based upon the home of his Bullwinkle TV character. He and publicist Howard Brandy crossed the country in a van, gathering signatures on a petition for statehood for Moosylvania. They then visited Washington, D.C., and attempted to gain an audience with President John F. Kennedy. They arrived at the White House during the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis and were escorted off the grounds at gunpoint.[3]:199–200 Early in his career, Ward was involved in two near-fatal incidents. He was run over by a car just outside his office, and he later received incorrect medical treatment while hyperventilating in an airplane. He then developed agoraphobia.[3]:181–182

Death and legacy[edit] This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Ward died of kidney cancer in West Hollywood on October 12, 1989, and is buried in Glendale's Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery.[1] [7] He was survived by his wife of 46 years, Ramona Ward.[8] The offices of Jay Ward Productions, today managed by members of his family, are located across the street from the Chateau Marmont on the Sunset Strip. The building can be identified by a statue of Bullwinkle holding Rocky in his hand, just in front. In 2013, the statue was reported by the Los Angeles NBC affiliate KNBC to have been removed from its location by Dreamworks Animation, which currently owns the licensing rights to the Jay Ward catalogue.[9][10] Dreamworks Animation has stated that they intend to restore the statue as soon as repairs are completed on it; however, as of May 2014, the statue's whereabouts and status are unknown. It has been speculated that Dreamworks intends to relocate the statue to its own headquarters.[11] In late 2014 (ran until 4 January 2015) the statue was temporarily located at the Paley Center for Media, in Beverly Hills, California, in conjunction with "The Jay Ward Legacy Exhibit".[12] Following Ward's death, Alexander Anderson, Jr., who had created the initial conceptions of the characters Dudley Do-Right, Bullwinkle and Rocky, but had not received public recognition, learned the characters had been copyrighted in Ward's name alone.[13] He sued Ward's heirs to reclaim credit as a creator, and in 1993[14] or 1996,[13] (sources differ), Anderson received a settlement and a court order acknowledging him as "the creator of the first version of the characters of Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Dudley."[14] On June 21, 2000, Ward was recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7080 Hollywood Boulevard for his contribution to the television industry,[15][16] paid for as part of the publicity for the live-action and animation film The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.[17] In 2002, Jay Ward Productions established a partnership with Classic Media called Bullwinkle Studios;[citation needed] the partnership produced DVDs of the first five seasons of Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, and 2011. respectively, and then switched to releasing "best of" DVD collections of segments from the series. Eventually, the complete fourth and fifth seasons would be released.[citation needed] Until it closed in July 2004, the Dudley Do-Right Emporium, which sold souvenirs based on his many characters and was largely staffed by Ward and his family, was located on Sunset Boulevard. Jay Ward Drive is a studio access road at Universal Studios Hollywood.[citation needed]

References[edit] ^ a b Folkart, Burt A. (October 13, 1989). "Jay Ward Dies; He Created Rocky, Bullwinkle for TV". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Finding Jay Ward".  ^ a b c d Scott, Keith (2000). The Moose that Roared. New York: St. Martin's Press. ISBN 978-0312283834.  ^ Yarrow, Andrew L. (October 14, 1989). "Jay Ward, 69, The TV Cartoonist Who Created Bullwinkle, Is Dead". The New York Times.  ^ Korkis, Jim (2009). "Bullwinkle Speaks! An Interview With Bill Scott". Hogan's Alley (17).  ^ Chunovic, Louis (1996). The Rocky and Bullwinkle Book. New York: Bantam Books. p. 24. ISBN 978-0553105032.  ^ "Jay Ward (1920 - 1989) - Find A Grave Memorial". Retrieved 2016-07-18.  ^ "Jay Ward". Find a Grave. Archived from the original on April 30, 2008. Retrieved December 25, 2012.  ^ Kudler, Adrian Glick (July 22, 2013). "Breaking: 52-Year-Old Bullwinkle Statue Lifted Off the Strip 55".  ^ "Vamoosed: Bullwinkle Statue Exits the Sunset Strip".  ^ Grams, Martin (17 January 2014). "Martin Grams: The Rocky and Bullwinkle Statue".  ^ "Jay Ward Legacy Exhibit". Retrieved May 19, 2015.  ^ a b Lopez, Daniel (October 22, 2010). "Alexander Anderson Jr., creator of 'Rocky and Bullwinkle', dies at 90". The Monterey County Herald via The Kansas City Star. Archived from the original on October 28, 2010.  ^ a b Schudel, Matt (2010-10-24). "Alex Anderson, creator of Rocky and Bullwinkle, dies at 90". The Washington Post. Washington, D.C. Archived from the original on December 25, 2012. Retrieved 2011-04-04.  ^ "Jay Ward | Hollywood Walk of Fame". Retrieved 2016-07-18.  ^ "Jay Ward". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2016-07-18.  ^ "Legendary Animator Jay Ward to Be Honored With a Star On The Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, June 22 at 3:00 p.m. - Free Online Library". Retrieved 2016-07-18. 

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