Miss Dove is the protagonist.
gene kelly i think but a lot of songs have that title so.. it may not be the right one... The Beatles sing "Good Morning" on Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. The lyrics repeat Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morninnnnnggggg! -It was gene kelly and debbie renolds in Singing in the Rain.
According to the source linked below, "Good Morning to All"--which is the actual title, not "Good Morning to You"--was written in 1893 by two sisters from Kentucky. The tune later become used for "Happy Birthday to You." The song was written for schoolchildren to sing, not for any musical. Good Morning to You is from Singin' in the Rain. A song titled "Good Morning" is part of the musical Singin' in the Rain, and it does include the lines "Good morning, good morning to you" and "Good mornin', good mornin' to you." See the link below for all the lines.
It is sung by the group Agapeland. The CD is Bullfrogs and Butterflies. Enjoy!!
Good Morning Television
Yes, the protagonist is considered the "hero" of the story. The protagonist's enemy, or "villain," is the antagonist.
The Good Guy is the protagonist The Bad Guy is the Antagonist
the good guy in a story
its like the bad guy in the story. the protagonist is the good guy
One good turn deserves another The dove did a good turn for the ant. So the Ant did a good turn for the dove, in return for the dove's favor.
The protagonist is almost always the main character... he/she is the good guy in the story or movie... We need a protagonist to battle with the antagonist to make the story more exciting...
The protagonist is the good person in a story. The antagonist is the bad person in a story.
The protagonist in a story is merely the character who sets in motion the story line, be it "good "or "bad". An example would be a story about Charles Manson. He would be the protagonist even though he is bad. The cops would be the antagonist in that scenario.
no, usually the protaganist is the bad guy. Yes the protagonist usually is the main character - but he/she/it doesn't have to be. The rules of writing are kept loose enough to allow for infinite variety.
The main or lead character (or hero / heroine) in a story or event.It is the good guy in the story, who may be opposed by an antagonist (bad guy).A protagonist is the character in which the story surounds. Otherwise, the main character.He is the:-good guy-main character-the movie/book is his storyThe protagonist is a character in a story, usually the main character. It is very often that the Protagonist is facing an antagonist, which is against the protagonist. the antagonist is usually portrayed as an evil person or creature, and the protagonist often wins and defeats the antagonist at the end. (basically, the protagonist is the good guy and main character)The main character in a literary work.Protagonist means the main person or character in the story.
A good guy is a protagonist, a bad guy is an antagonist .