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Lucille Bliss

Lucille Bliss



United States

Age: 104

Known for

In Invader ZIM as Ms. Bittersas Ms. Bitters

in Invader ZIM
In The Smurfs as Smurfetteas Smurfette

in The Smurfs
In Crusader Rabbit as Crusader Rabbitas Crusader Rabbit

in Crusader Rabbit

TV Series Starring Lucille Bliss

Invader ZIMInvader ZIM
Nick, 2001 | Animation | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.7/5

Invader ZIM follows the exploits of an alien named Zim who is hell-bent on conquering Earth. Fortunately for Earth, Zim has a human arch-nemesis named Dib who is equally bent on stopping him, but unfortunately for Dib, everyone thinks he's crazy.


The SmurfsThe Smurfs

The Smurfs are a group of over 100 bluish, three-apple tall creatures who live in the mushroom homes of Smurf Village. They are led by 543-year-old Papa Smurf (who doesn't look a day over 530). Their lives would be perfect were it not for the villainous Gargamel, a wizard who spends his days trying to capture them to eat, turn into gold, or for some other evil reason.


Crusader RabbitCrusader Rabbit

History, as always, is written by the victors. This is no less true in animation history than it is in military history. We revere the Walt Disneys', the Chuck Jones', and the Jay Wards' because they have a huge legacy of excellence well worthy of our adoration. But none of these giants worked alone or in a vacuum. History is not so kind to those other men, those unsung geniuses of the animation industry. For every Walt Disney, there was an Ub Iwerks working tirelessly to create the first Mickey Mouse cartoons. For every Chuck Jones, there was a Bob Clampett offering philosophical and stylistic counterpoint and contrast. For Jay Ward, there was Alex Anderson. Who? Alex Anderson. That's who. In 1948, Anderson was a young animator working for his uncle Paul Terry's Terrytoon studio in California when he came up with the idea of creating a new cartoon character whose small physical size was in direct and ironic contrast to his aggressive emotional nature.