Jim Button may refer to:
- Computer programmer Jim Knopf
- The main character in Michael Ende's Jim Button novels:
- Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver
- Jim Button and the Wild 13
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... Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver (original title Jim Knopf und Lukas der Lokomotivführer) is a German children's novel written by Michael Ende ... Its huge success later spawned the sequel Jim Button and the Wild 13 (original title Jim Knopf und die Wilde 13) ... He based the title character on Jemmy Button, a native Fuegian who, as a teenager in the 19th century, was sold for a mother-of-pearl button and taken to England ...
... and grew up with such books, in the 1950s, wrote his classic novel Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver as a way of opposing the Nazi propaganda he was taught ... Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung writer Julia Voss wrote a book on Jim Button, uncovering the Ende's many references to Nazi symbols ... rule over the earth, rather it becomes a multi-racial paradise with Jim Button, who is black, as its king ...
... Jim Button and the Wild 13 (original German title Jim Knopf und die Wilde 13) is the sequel and concludes the story ... Following the events in Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver, life in Morrowland continues as usual for a year until the postman rams New-Morrowland with his mail boat in the dark of night ... Jim remembers Mr ...
... Both Jim Button stories were adapted by the Augsburger Puppenkiste, a marionette theater company that adapted children's stories for television in the 1960s and 70s ... Their production of Jim Button, first filmed in the early 1960s in black and white, was so successful, it was remade in the 1970s in color ... There are two sets of original marionettes for the Jim Button production ...
Famous quotes containing the words button and/or jim:
“What is the life of man! Is it not to shift from side to side?from sorrow to sorrow?to button up one cause of vexation!and unbutton another!”
—Laurence Sterne (17131768)
“Just kids! Thats about the craziest argument Ive ever heard. Every criminal in the world was a kid once. What does it prove?”
—Theodore Simonson. Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.. Jim Bird, The Blob, responding to the suggestion that they not lock up the teens pulling the alien prank, (1958)