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Published November 1937 by DC
Case of the Hobo Hero
Gardner Fox
Creig Flessel
Creig Flessel (signed)
Mike Molona (introduction, villain); the Mayor (introduction, villain); Jake Jones (introduction)
"Case of the Hobo Hero"
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Case of the Hobo Hero
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Creig Flessel
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Character Appearances
Mike Molona (introduction, villain); the Mayor (introduction, villain); Jake Jones (introduction)
Storyline
"Case of the Hobo Hero"

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Mystery of the Wholesale Kidnappings: Part 5
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
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Death in the Radio-Studio
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?
Pencils
Sven Elven
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The Blood of the Lotus [Part 1]
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Tom Hickey
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The Vanishing of R-42
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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Silver and Lead
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Homer Fleming
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Homer Fleming
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The Human Fly
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
Story Line
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The Battle of Zama
J. Carroll Mansfield
J. Carroll Mansfield
Victor E. Pazmino
"The Battle of Zama"
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The Battle of Zama
Writer
J. Carroll Mansfield
Interior Art
J. Carroll Mansfield
Cover Art
Victor E. Pazmino
Storyline
"The Battle of Zama"

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Clifford McBride
Pencils
Clifford McBride
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"As the order to sink the motor boat is given, Homer decides to disclose himself"
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Fred Locher
Pencils
Fred Locher
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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S. M. Iger [as Bob Bliss]
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Clare Victor Dwiggins
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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Frank Godwin
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"While Babe continues to peek, Mary prowls around a bit"
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Roy L. Williams
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Roy L. Williams
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Pencils
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Robert Pilgrim
Pencils
Robert Pilgrim
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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A. E. Hayward
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"Pouring a murderous fire from their turret guns…"
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Noel Sickles
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Noel Sickles
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Julian Ollendorf
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Julian Ollendorf
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Hannibal
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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J. Carroll Mansfield
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Victor E. Pazmino
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Victor E. Pazmino
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"The Empress will give you an audience"
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Bill McCleery
Pencils
Ralph Briggs Fuller
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S. L. Huntley
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Art Huhta
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
Pencils
M. E. Brady [as MEB] (signed)
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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"Suppose King Goof's man wins and turns on us!"
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Mel Graff
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Mel Graff
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Colton Waugh
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Colton Waugh
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The Weyerhause Kidnapping
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Rex Collier
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Kemp Starrett ?
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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"People of Earth descend!"
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F. O. Alexander
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F. O. Alexander
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"At Timor, an official threatened our friends with arrest"
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Dick Calkins
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Russell Keaton
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"Wilma and I were summoned to a mobilization of the interplanetary space fleet off Mars..."
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Philip Francis Nowlan
Pencils
Rick Yager [as Dick Calkins] (signed)
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Paul Powell
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Kemp Starrett ?
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The Shock Was Too Much
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Pop Mormand
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Pop Mormand
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Pop Mormand
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Pop Mormand
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Clifford McBride
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Clifford McBride
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Published [November] 1937 by David McKay
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"Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?"
Ham Fisher (signed)
Ham Fisher (signed)
Rube Goldberg (signed)
Joe Palooka
""Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?""
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"Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?"
Writer
Ham Fisher (signed)
Interior Art
Ham Fisher (signed)
Cover Art
Rube Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Joe Palooka
Storyline
""Swell joint, Ann- How many acres you got?""

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How Layden Single Handed, Beat Stanford in the Rose Bowl
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?
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?
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"We missed the bus- Now we're late for work!"
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Monte Barrett (signed)
Pencils
Russell E. Ross (signed)
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"The first battle of the Mexican War and the last battle of the Civil War"
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John Hix (signed)
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John Hix (signed)
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"Pinto! Pinto! That's the $15,000 Egyptian vase"
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Rube Goldberg (signed)
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Rube Goldberg (signed)
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"Imogene, Will you please get Mama a glass of water"
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J. P. McEvoy (signed)
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J. H. Striebel (signed)
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Episode 2
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John J. Welch (signed)
Pencils
Russell Ross
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"With Red Light going great guns, we're going to be tough to beat."
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Bob Zuppke (signed)
Pencils
R. W. Depew (signed)
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Introducing the Hawk
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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George E. Brenner (signed)
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When Harrington overhears the Police talking about some mysterious crimes, he dons a suit, throws an over-sized hankerchief over his head and dons one taloned glove. As the Hawk, he captures the man who had beat and robbed Old Moore of the charity donation to the city orphanage, then takes him back to his lair, where his allies deliver the crook into Police custody, while the Hawk taunts Doyle with a letter.

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Goose-Hunting Again
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H. J. Tuthill (signed)
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill (signed)
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Episode 2
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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Ed Wheelan (signed)
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"The ball was on our one yard line"
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George Marcoux (signed)
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George Marcoux (signed)
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"My stars- I don't know what's got into Effie"
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Monte Barrett
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Russell E. Ross
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The Marion Joyce Kidnapping: Part 2
Script
Ed Cronin
Pencils
Ed Cronin
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"For a Halloween night, it's pretty quiet"
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Lank Leonard (signed)
Pencils
Lank Leonard (signed)
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Norma Shearer
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Bernard Baily (signed)
Pencils
Bernard Baily (signed)
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Published November 1937 by Ultem
On Guard at the Mouse Hole
Dick Ryan
Dick Ryan
Dick Ryan
"On Guard at the Mouse Hole"
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Published November 1937 by Ultem

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On Guard at the Mouse Hole
Writer
Dick Ryan
Interior Art
Dick Ryan
Cover Art
Dick Ryan
Storyline
"On Guard at the Mouse Hole"

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"Heck! The trick didn't work..."
Script
Fred Schwab (signed)
Pencils
Fred Schwab (signed)
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"Now, children, beware of cats..."
Script
Craig Fox
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Craig Fox
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"Spotlight Harry you're the world's worst actor..."
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?
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?
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"We're ready to start the fox hunt."
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John Lindermayer
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John Lindermayer
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"Said Dinky Pup, 'I'll ask the man who owns this butcher store...'"
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?
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Craig Fox (signed)
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"I miss Paul, Mummy..."
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
Pencils
Claire S. Moe (signed)
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Pierrot has been fired from the circus and cannot find work. Criminals discovering he's a high wire man offer him a job. Jane has to find a way to get the criminals jailed without getting Pierrot into trouble.

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"Beneath a shady maple tree..."
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?
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?
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"Block - I ain't smoked all day..."
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?
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?
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"Quiet now -- I think I hear a duck around here!!"
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?
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Paul Gustavson ?
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"Boy, here's where we smoke..."
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?
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A. F. Hopkins
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Charles Dickens
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Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
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Shark
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Norman Daniels (signed)
Pencils
Fred Guardineer (signed)
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Dave and Shorty run into smugglers while fishing for sharks.

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"We've got a big chimney on our house."
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?
Pencils
?
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"Abdallah was wise, strong, and handsome..."
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Craig Fox
Pencils
Craig Fox
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"Stop, thief!"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Black Traffic
Script
?
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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"That girl of yours is always hungry..."
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Bob Wood (signed)
Pencils
Bob Wood (signed)
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"The soup is too hot!"
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?
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A. F. Hopkins
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"That settles it, boys..."
Script
Bob Wood (signed)
Pencils
Bob Wood (signed)
Story Line
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Published November 1937 by Ultem
"Welcome, Ambassador Gezzo..."
?
Frank Frollo (signed)
Bob Wood (signed)
un-named USN Captain; Lieutenant Ford; Jack (Naval sailor); Bandel (Naval officer, death); Ambassador Gezzo; Ferdfi (Ambassador Gezzo's Secretary); Dunn (villain, Naval officer, inventor)
""Welcome, Ambassador Gezzo..."" With the arrival of Ambassador Gezzo, the USN conducts tests on their two new radio-magnetic range finders, with the American government purchasing the best of the two. However, when the finder fails to operate, a check made discovers the Secretary to Gezzo in an off-limits area. First suspected of the problem, Lt. Ford soon discovers that the range finder's inventor is the real culprit.
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Story Title
"Welcome, Ambassador Gezzo..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
Frank Frollo (signed)
Cover Art
Bob Wood (signed)
Character Appearances
un-named USN Captain; Lieutenant Ford; Jack (Naval sailor); Bandel (Naval officer, death); Ambassador Gezzo; Ferdfi (Ambassador Gezzo's Secretary); Dunn (villain, Naval officer, inventor)
Storyline
""Welcome, Ambassador Gezzo..."" With the arrival of Ambassador Gezzo, the USN conducts tests on their two new radio-magnetic range finders, with the American government purchasing the best of the two. However, when the finder fails to operate, a check made discovers the Secretary to Gezzo in an off-limits area. First suspected of the problem, Lt. Ford soon discovers that the range finder's inventor is the real culprit.

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"Say Paw -- don't you think it would be easier if you made a bucket!?"
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
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The Home of Washington
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Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
Story Line

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"Hurry up, Pa, I've got to go to the beauty parlor!!"
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
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"Hey! Aren't you going to teach me to skate, Mr. Monk?"
Script
Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
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"We've got a tough job ahead of us today, men."
Script
Claire S. Moe (signed)
Pencils
Claire S. Moe (signed)
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"Oh, Mummy!" "What is it my dear?"
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Dick Ryan
Pencils
Dick Ryan
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"Washing day we never shirk..."
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?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson [as PG]
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"First cemetary I saw with lights..."
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?
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Paul Gustavson [as PG]
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Lynch Law
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?
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Henry C. Kiefer (signed) [as HK]
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"Yes - This is Holmes speaking - What?"
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Bob Wood (signed)
Pencils
Bob Wood (signed)
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Silas Marner by George Eliot
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?
Pencils
Rafael Astarita (signed)
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"I want something dark to make me look thin!"
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Jack Strand convicted of murder on Diana's testimony..."
Script
?
Pencils
Frank Frollo (signed)
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After testifying for his conviction, Diana tries to save Jack from execution.

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Charles Lindbergh
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Richard Speed
Pencils
Richard Speed
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"Chief - The bell's ringing..."
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?
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Paul Gustavson
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"Tommy, run an' mail this letter..."
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?
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Dick Ryan
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"Gil Galen - G-Man - is hot on the trail of a counterfeit ring..."
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Craig Fox
Pencils
Craig Fox
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"Hey, Oscar, wait..."
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?
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Paul Gustavson
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"I'll report this to our local paper."
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"Oh my name is Rinkie Dinkie..."
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson [as PG]
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Published November 1937 by DC
"Well! How does it feel to be a lieutenant, Wing!"
?
Tom Hickey
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
""Well! How does it feel to be a lieutenant, Wing!""
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"Well! How does it feel to be a lieutenant, Wing!"
Writer
?
Interior Art
Tom Hickey
Cover Art
Vincent Sullivan (signed)
Storyline
""Well! How does it feel to be a lieutenant, Wing!""

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Henry I "The Fowler" of Germany
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?
Pencils
Homer Fleming
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"Do you know where these mugs hang out?"
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?
Pencils
Will Ely (signed)
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"Number 37, It's good to see you again!"
Script
?
Pencils
Will Ely (signed)
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"Barry! Barry O'Neil!! Alive!"
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Leo O'Mealia
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Leo O'Mealia
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"When Athelstane concludes his tale..."
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?
Pencils
Raymond Perry
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"They told me my job for today was to stand here an' watch fer a man on snowshoes an' then to holler!"
Script
Whitney Ellsworth
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Whitney Ellsworth
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"Kardos, I'm pretty sure this Baracula hunt was planned as a means of doing away with us"
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?
Pencils
Tom Hickey
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"Something's wrong..This door was closed when I left here!"
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Vin Sullivan
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Vin Sullivan
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"Who are you?-- What do you want?"
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Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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"Scientists have radioed that they've picked up Watt's trail!"
Script
Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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"Arriving at the Rue de Columbier, D'Artagnan is told that Treville and his regiment are on guard at the king's palace."
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven
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"The Flamingo, on its way to China, is stopped by the ship of one Tsang-Li, a Chinese pirate."
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Sven Elven
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Sven Elven
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"Hm-m What am I? A guinea pig? No!"
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?
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Creig Flessel
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"The eternal triangle beclouds the lives of Tom and Jack Bradley"
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?
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Creig Flessel
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"Captain Waldo? This is Professor Hilary. Lord Greystone has been mysteriously killed."
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?
Pencils
Tom Hickey
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"Hmm-m-Oh boy! An invite to a swell party at the dude ranch up yonder"
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?
Pencils
Creig Flessel
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"Boy!! Here comes Delilah!"
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Boody Rogers [as Boody]
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Boody Rogers
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"You've got one Steve. Hang on to him I'll set my camera"
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Byron Fairbanks (signed)
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Byron Fairbanks (signed)
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The Art of Hypnotism
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Vin Sullivan
Pencils
Vin Sullivan
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"When I kick the ball, you get it and bring it back--Understand??"
Script
Joe Eichberger (signed)
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Joe Eichberger (signed)
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"Sam, Have you always worked here?"
Script
Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
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"That feller with th' "A" on his back is Sam Rumona th' miler!"
Script
Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
Pencils
Russell Alger Cole [as Alger]
Story Line
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Published November 1937 by DC
The Train Robbery: Part 21
Homer Fleming
Homer Fleming
Creig Flessel (signed)
"The Train Robbery: Part 21"
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Story Title
The Train Robbery: Part 21
Writer
Homer Fleming
Interior Art
Homer Fleming
Cover Art
Creig Flessel (signed)
Storyline
"The Train Robbery: Part 21"

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Episode 16
Script
Tom Hickey
Pencils
Tom Hickey
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Script
Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
Story Line

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Episode 18
Script
Merna Gamble
Pencils
Merna Gamble
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Junior Federal Men Vs. the Counterfeiters
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Joe Shuster
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Episode 18
Script
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson ?
Pencils
Alex Anthony Blum [as Anthony]
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Ray Burley
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Ray Burley
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humor filler
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Whitney Ellsworth
Pencils
Whitney Ellsworth
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Episode 8
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
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Munson Paddock
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Vincent Sullivan
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Vincent Sullivan
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Ray Burley
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Ray Burley
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Episode 15
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Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Pencils
Sven Elven
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Ellis Edwards
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Ellis Edwards
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The Tsin Lee Incident: Part 8
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Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
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Russell Cole
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Russell Cole [as Alger]
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It's Shifty Again!
Script
Russell Cole
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Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Pearl of the Bleeding Heart: Part 5
Script
Will Ely
Pencils
Will Ely
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Rajah Maharajah: Part 17
Script
Homer Fleming
Pencils
Homer Fleming
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Russell Cole
Pencils
Russell Cole [as Alger]
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Published November 1937 by Dell
"Too big a jump"
Garrett Price
Garrett Price
?
""Too big a jump""
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Published November 1937 by Dell

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"Too big a jump"
Writer
Garrett Price
Interior Art
Garrett Price
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""Too big a jump""

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"Well, Bob, this is quite a change from that fancy casino..."
Script
Garrett Price (credited)
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Garrett Price (credited)
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"Nothing wrong down here!"
Script
Bill Holman (credited)
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Bill Holman (credited)
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"Now there's one thing about these ponds"
Script
Stanley Link (signed)
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Stanley Link (signed)
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"Well, Streaky, how do you like working in a bank?"
Script
Lou Byrnes (credited)
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Lou Byrnes (credited)
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And He Didn't Even Say Good-Bye
Script
Sol Hess (credited)
Pencils
Wallace A. Carlson [as W. A. Carlson] (signed)
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"These young moderns"
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Carl Ed (signed)
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Carl Ed (signed)
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"Don't bother me Mary, I'm tryin' to think"
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Martha Orr (credited)
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Martha Orr (credited)
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"Three thousand dollars"
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Ed Leffingwell (credited)
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Ed Leffingwell (credited)
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"Well, my family's purty old"
Script
Frank Willard (signed)
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Frank Willard (signed)
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"Well, what do you know about that?"
Script
Frank Willard (signed)
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Frank Willard (signed)
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"Odd! Odd indeed!"
Script
Frank Willard (credited)
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Frank Willard (credited)
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"Six for a quarter"
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Frank Willard (credited)
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Frank Willard (credited)
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Frances Edwina Dumm [as Edwina] (credited)
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Frances Edwina Dumm [as Edwina] (credited)
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Published November 1937 by Dell

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