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Other childhood memories waved goodbye – Lanzhou Daily – Hanfeng Net



2018-11-30 03:14:13 Source: Lanzhou Daily


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Attracting SpongeBob believes that many people are familiar with this funny and kind cartoon image that has been accompanied by countless children since its launch in 1999. SpongeBob creator Stephen Hellenberg died in the United States for more than a year after the battle with frozen people aged 57 years old.

Stephen Helenberg, born in Oklahoma, USA, was fascinated by the ocean and was interested in art when he was a child. In 1984, he began to focus on marine resources. He later became a teacher of marine biology at the Institute of Oceanography. Stephen Helenberg's love of art and marine life led him to write stories in the form of educational tools and create the wonderful and beautiful world of SpongeBob. On the Bikini Beach, SpongeBob and his friends sent big stars, octopus brothers, crabs and others to solve problems, solve problems and find friendship and joy.

The first episode of SpongeBabies was broadcast on the Nickel International Children's Channel on May 1, 1999 and was fully broadcast on July 17 of the same year. While on the show was presented about 250 episodes. This not only attracts children, but also students. He won several awards, such as the Emmy Award and the Anne Award, and was translated into more than 60 languages ​​and presented in many countries. SpongeBob Movies has more than 140 million dollars in global box office sales. Multimedia peripherals have brought more than 12 billion dollars in revenue.

By 2017, SpongeBob SquarePants launched a total of eleven seasons with a square body and two large round eyes. SpongeBob with thin arms and thin legs has so far been the most common channel of the Nick Kids. One of the most popular and popular cartoon characters, one of the most popular characters in the history of American animation. Last March, Stephen Helenberg suffered from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, usually called "gradual freezing." At that time, he told the outside world that even if he was sick, he would not cease to create, and he would always pursue what he was passionate about. □ According to CCTV Finance





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