Richard "Richie" Rich, Jr. is a fictional character who debuted in Harvey Comics' Little Dot #1 cover dated Sept. 1953.
Richie Rich is a 1994 live-action film based on the Harvey Comics comic book character Richie Rich, produced by Davis Entertainment, released by Warner Bros. Pictures, and starring Macaulay Culkin as the title character. Edward Herrmann, Michael Mc Shane, Christine Ebersole, Jonathan Hyde, and John Larroquette served in supporting roles, while Claudia Schiffer and Ben Stein appeared in cameo roles.
Richie Rich is an animated television series produced by Harvey Films, Film Roman, and Universal Studios. It aired for one season (1996–1997), and also includes select Harveytoons shorts.
Richie Rich is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions that aired on ABC from 1980 to 1984. Based upon Harvey Comics' popular Richie Rich comic book characters, shared time slots with Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, The Little Rascals, and Pac-Man over its original broadcast run. The other most visible character was Richie's dog, the appropriately named Dollar.
Richie Rich is the stage name of Richard Serrel, an Oakland, California-based rapper. He had a minor hit on his own (Let's Ride) in the early 1990s and performed on one version of I Got 5 On It by The Luniz. He is notable for being an early influence on rapper Snoop Dogg, both in vocal style (they both have a laid-back, drawling delivery), and in the naming of their groups - Snoop has stated that 213 (consisting of Snoop, Nate Dogg and Warren G) was inspired by Rich's 415, named after the area code of Oakland.