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Published 1952 by Archie
Bill Vigoda
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Published 1957-1958 by Archie
Hobby Loss
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Reggie Mantle III; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge
"Hobby Loss"
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Hobby Loss
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Reggie Mantle III; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge
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"Hobby Loss"

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Doubly Crossed
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Despise the Limit
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Pet Peeve
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Platter Chatter
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Expensive Relationship
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Loafing Along
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Expensive Explanation
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A Ship in Time
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Age of Miracles
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The Molting Point
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Persistence Resistance
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Betty has trouble with a door-to-door salesman.

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Straw Poll
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Pic Your Partner
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Ant-Agonized
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Pane Killer
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Sad to Relate
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Fool of Tricks
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Masterfully Yours!
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Fan Clubbed!
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Published 1958-1959 by Archie
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Published Summer 1959 by Archie
Bride and Gloom
Frank Doyle
Bob White
Harry Lucey
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Mrs. Lodge; Jughead Jones
"Bride and Gloom" Archie makes Mr. Lodge believe Reggie and Veronica are eloping in the morning.
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Bride and Gloom
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Bob White
Cover Art
Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Mrs. Lodge; Jughead Jones
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"Bride and Gloom" Archie makes Mr. Lodge believe Reggie and Veronica are eloping in the morning.

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Pardon My Dream
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead has a nightmare.

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Perfect Pupil
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Frank Doyle
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Bill Vigoda
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Reggie and Archie try to get the best of Moose.

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The Defense Rests
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Frank Doyle
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Samm Schwartz
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Archie and Reggie decide to take the rap for something they didn't do to shake up Mr. Weatherbee's confidence.

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Teachers' Fret
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Frank Doyle
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Samm Schwartz
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Reggie tries to convince Mr. Weatherbee that he didn't pull a prank.

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Doctor's Care!
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Bill Vigoda
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When Moose believes he swallowed buckshot, Archie and Reggie make him believe the results will be disastrous.

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The Truth Hurts!
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Joe Harold ?
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Joe Harold
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The Bells Are Ringing
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Moose reads a sign that says "Please ring bell for caretaker" and asks the caretaker why he can't ring the bell himself.

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Slighty Moth-eaten
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Bob White
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Leroy gives Reggie moths that he can use to pull a prank in the movie theater. Unfortunately, Leroy doesn't know the difference between moths and bees.

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That Old Feline
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Reggie buys a black cat from Jughead when he learns that it is missing and there is a reward for it.

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Run For Your Life!
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Pearl Reckless
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Bill Vigoda
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When Moose rescues Archie and Veronica from the ocean, Veronica notices her pearl necklace is missing. Later, Archie sees Moose giving Midge a pearl necklace and assumes it's Veronica's.

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Evil Eyeful
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Frank Doyle
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead pretends to have an evil eye and practices on his friends.

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Habit Foaming
Script
Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty and Veronica argue about breaking bad habits.

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Chance Encounter
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Frank Doyle
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Harry Lucey
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Archie avoids a new girl in town because he doesn't want Veronica to think he's dating the girl. It turns out that the girl is Veronica's cousin.

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Swingin' Miss!
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Tom Moore
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Tom Moore
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Betty is "Coach For a Day" and assigns positions based on the personalities of the players.
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Published Fall 1959 by Archie
Runner Up
Frank Doyle ?
Bill Vigoda ?
Harry Lucey
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Vernon Jackson; Midge Klump; Moose Mason; Veronica Lodge
"Runner Up" Archie tries to con a newcomer out of making a play for Veronica by talking up Midge, hoping Moose will then demolish the intruder.
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Published Fall 1959 by Archie

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Runner Up
Writer
Frank Doyle ?
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Vernon Jackson; Midge Klump; Moose Mason; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Runner Up" Archie tries to con a newcomer out of making a play for Veronica by talking up Midge, hoping Moose will then demolish the intruder.

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Boarder Line Case
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Frank Doyle
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Dan DeCarlo
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Mr. Lodge tries to pressure Veronica into quitting the job she's taken, using advice Archie has given him.

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Sock Finish
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Frank Doyle
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead has made grape juice using his grandmother's "old-fashioned recipe". So Reggie convinces the gang he made the juice by crushing the grapes with his unwashed bare feet.

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Fancy Dancing
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Jinx does some fancy stepping, but it isn't the result of dance class.

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Beau Tie
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Archie tosses a bowtie Veronica gave him after everyone laughs at it. Then Veronica demands to see him wear it.

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Balms Away
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Archie mishears Reggie talking to Veronica and thinks Reggie has booby-trapped his lunch.

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Seeing Things
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Archie ditches the glasses he's temporarily forced to wear, and his clouded vision leads to mishaps and misunderstandings.

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The Big Shot
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Hap plays with Jinx's pop gun.

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Net Result
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica agrees to train Betty for a match that afternoon for the school tennis championship, but not out of the kindness of her heart.

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Father Groans Best
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Mr. Lodge's fit of temper at Archie's latest appearance causes him to misplace a valuable postage stamp from his collection.

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Eat's A Gift
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Archie and Reggie conspire to stuff Jughead full of hamburgers so Moose can win the watermelon-eating contest.

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Thick! Thick! Thick!
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Joe Edwards ?
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Moose is sick of being thick.

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Windy City
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Miss Grundy makes the mistake of asking Moose a question in class.

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Seer Sucker
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Betty gets love advice from a fortune teller, unaware that the fortune teller is Veronica in disguise.

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Ship Shake
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Frank Doyle
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Harry Lucey
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Mr. Lodge's quiet day on his yacht is repeatedly disturbed by Archie's innocent antics with a miniature speed boat.

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The Lid's Off
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Frank Doyle ?
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After watching Veronica swoon over an expensive hat in a shop window, Jughead makes a duplicate of it out of seventy-nine cents worth of material.
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Published Winter 1959 by Archie
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Published Spring 1960 by Archie
Harry Lucey ?
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Published Summer 1960 by Archie
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Published Fall 1960 by Archie
The Poorer Class
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Dan DeCarlo ?
Harry Lucey
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Smithers; Mr. Lodge; Pop Tate
"The Poorer Class" Archie decides that Veronica is too rich for him. Veronica pretends that her father has lost his wealth and even the servants are in rags. The deed backfires when Mr. Lodge brings home an ambassador who lectures the servants on the evils of capitalism.
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The Poorer Class
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Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo ?
Cover Art
Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Smithers; Mr. Lodge; Pop Tate
Storyline
"The Poorer Class" Archie decides that Veronica is too rich for him. Veronica pretends that her father has lost his wealth and even the servants are in rags. The deed backfires when Mr. Lodge brings home an ambassador who lectures the servants on the evils of capitalism.

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Chew, Chew Baby
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica breaks her date with Archie so she can go with Reggie to the exclusive Blue Ribbon Ball. Reggie loses the tickets and Jughead finds them. Reggie (not realizing he's lost the tickets) and Betty buy the tickets from Jughead and tear them up to prevent Archie from attending the ball.

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A Stranger to Danger
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Archie wants to tell Moose to stay away from Veronica, but is afraid of getting clobbered. Jughead suggests that he write Midge a letter telling her that Moose is seeing Veronica, but that scheme doesn't work.

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Defeat of the Beat-Nik
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Archie and Reggie decide to become beatniks. The girls aren't impressed.

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A Careful Earful!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy says a passing girl is the most careful person in the world, because she still has the first balloon she got.

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Big and Small
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy wants to build something bigger than the Empire State Building.

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Once a Pond a Time
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Harry Lucey
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Archie and Reggie decide to play hooky by going fishing at the Old Pond. Unfortunately, Mr. Weatherbee catches them there and sends them back to school.

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The Fight Game
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Reggie gets a date with Veronica and Archie decides to challenge him to a boxing match with the winner to get the date. Archie is a klutz at boxing, but Jughead comes up with a way to get Reggie to call off the match.

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The Tale of the Shirt
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Archie has to wear an ugly shirt because Veronica picked it out for him and all his friends tease him about it.

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Trip to Nowhere
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica is supposed to go on a trip to the country, but Betty is so happy to see her leave that Veronica decides not to go.

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For Cake's Sake
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Jinx's mother bakes a cake, but uses frosting to write "Hands Off!" on it.

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The Sound Barrier
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Bill Vigoda
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Archie and Reggie try to be stoic while inflicting pain on each other. The girls think that's a crazy idea, but the boys do suffer in silence when Moose roughs them up.

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The Ball Players
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Frank Doyle ?
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Harry Lucey
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Archie is playing bare-handed catch with Reggie and isn't paying much attention to either Veronica or Betty.

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Mural Magic
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Veronica is impressed when Reggie gives her an oversized card with a poem. Archie decides he's going to paint a mural on the Lodge's living room wall (which he thinks will be painted in a day or two, anyway.)
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Published Winter 1960-1961 by Archie
Add and Detract
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Bill Vigoda ?
Harry Lucey ?
Moose Mason; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Miss Grundy
"Add and Detract" Moose wins a school raffle because he doesn't know how to add.
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Add and Detract
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Bill Vigoda ?
Cover Art
Harry Lucey ?
Character Appearances
Moose Mason; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Miss Grundy
Storyline
"Add and Detract" Moose wins a school raffle because he doesn't know how to add.

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Frost Free
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Reggie makes himself look rugged (and impresses the Lodges) by not wearing a coat in the winter, but when Jughead learns that it's because Reggie is wearing electric underwear he plots to embarrass Reggie.

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Horse Laugh
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Short Order
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High Thoughts!
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Joe Harold
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Joe Harold
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Shrimpy is afraid to go down the playground slide.

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Letter Perfect
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Miss Grundy gives a history lecture full of errors because she thinks the class is not paying attention, but then she fears that Moose will believe what she's said.

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Scandal Stopper
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Reggie tries to cause trouble for Archie and Veronica by starting a rumor.

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Confessions of a Cupid
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Cupid finds that shooting his arrows in Riverdale only leads to trouble.

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Case History
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Veronica and Betty have given Archie and Rehhie identical key cases but the boys have to scramble when one of the casee is lost and they have to hide it from the girls.

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Teamwork
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Dilton agrees to tutor Moose if Coach Kleats lets Dilton play on the football team.

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A Little Birdie!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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The Pin Spotters
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Jughead finds a pin and thinks he will have good luck for the rest of the day, but it's bad luck for everyone else when they laugh at him.

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Blame That Name
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Harry Lucey
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Veronica, Betty, and Archie fantasize about having more glamorous names, to the consternation of Jughead and Reggie.

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I Love a Parade!
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Mr. Lodge is forced to endure the embarrassment of arriving at the governor's parade in Archie's car.

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Re-Tired
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Bill Vigoda ?
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When Archie needs new tires for his car Jughead comes up with a creative way to get them, but it backfires.

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Birds of a Feather
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Harry Lucey
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Archie helps Veronica build a birdhouse, but trying to attract birds to it results in a bird invasion of Riverdale High.
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Published Spring 1961 by Archie
Guess Who
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle (disguised); Jughead Jones; Moose Mason; Betty Cooper
"Guess Who" Veronica gives a costume party where everyone is supposed to represent a holiday.
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Guess Who
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Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo ?
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Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle (disguised); Jughead Jones; Moose Mason; Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Guess Who" Veronica gives a costume party where everyone is supposed to represent a holiday.

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A Matter of Opinion
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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Archie goes with Veronica to the Lodges' ski lodge, but quickly ends up on the couch with a cast on broken leg.

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Fill 'er Up
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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At a masquerade party, Jughead, disguised as a horse, is drinking all the punch.

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Good Skate
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Archie is trying to learn how to ice-skate.

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Loafer Laugher
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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Archie complains that Jughead is taking a coffee break, even though he doesn't have a job.

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Cornered
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On a cold day, Veronica leaves Archie standing on the corner for a long time. After Archie has left, Veronica calls from home and pretends to have arrived later. Archie rushes over to apologize.

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Business Methods!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Hap thinks his wife should make two pies--one for her club and one for him.

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Redskin Ritual
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Archie father brings him to an Indian reservation to study different cultures, but Archie and an Indian girl end up dancing to modern records instead.

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Vicious Cycle
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Moose tries to get a round-trip ticket at a train station, but won't tell the clerk where he wants to go.

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Music Appreciation
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Reggie likes opera on television, as long as the singer is young and shapely.

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The Play is the Thing
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Dilton makes the football team because he's the only one who can understand the coach's plays.

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"Luxury"
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Definitions of luxury, winter resort, bunkhouse, and vacation.

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Bad Break
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Miss Grundy asks Jughead how the Egyptians built the pyramids without modern tools.

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Frat Brat
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Reggie participates in a silly fraternity initiation, while making fun of the practice.

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A Day to Remember
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Veronica posts a lot of hints about her birthday.

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All Aboard
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Knowing the school gives toys to orphanages, a company gives Mr. Weatherbee some to test, provoking a surprised reaction from Miss Grundy.

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Holding the Bag
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Veronica has Archie carry her purse while she is shopping and Archie gets teased unmercifully.

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Big Game Hunter
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Archie and Veronica are snuggling and Leroy is outside the window with a tape-recorder, looking for some blackmail material.

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Sign of the Time
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Gladys' father sends Reggie a message via some toy soldiers.

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The Angry Young Man
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Veronica is hanging around with a new boy and Archie keeps trying to work up the courage to fight him, egged on by Jughead and Reggie.

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Model Child!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx's mother has her balance a book on her head to keep her from running around the house.

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Le Left Jabbe
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Archie and Jughead insult Reggie in French. Unfortunately, they are unaware that Dilton is translating it all for Reggie.

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The Critic
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Jughead heckles a juggler.

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"Anatomy..."
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Definitions of anatomy, desk, coach, and bachelor girl.

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Reading Tree Leaves!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
After watching a leaf fall, Shrimpy makes a philosophical comment.

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Day and Night!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Shrimpy wonders which came first: night or day?

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The Helping Hand
Script
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Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Full of love for his fellow man, Archie decides he will do everything he can to help Mr. Weatherbee. The result is the usual disaster.

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Lesson Learned
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After Miss Grundy takes her class to a TV studio where they see the announcer using cue cards, Archie decides he should use cue cards for his classroom speech.

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Ladies Man
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Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica says that the most attractive thing about Archie is that the other girls want him, too. Betty sees if she can take advantage of this situation.

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Tell-Tale Test
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After observing the reaction of her students, Mr. Weatherbee tells Miss Grundy she must have given them a tough test.

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Hat's the Stuff
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In a fancy restaurant, Moose gives a checkroom girl a big tip when she gives him a fancy hat (that's not his.)

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Kid Stuff
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Betty tricks Archie into coming with her on a picnic as a "Big Sister" with the Riverdale Boy Sprouts. When it starts to rain, Betty finds the competition indoors for Archie from the other "Big Sisters" is more than she can take.

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The Commuter
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Archie gets into a familiar jam, arranging dates with Betty and Veronica for the same night. This time he has to keep running back and forth from Betty's house to Veronica's house (and vice versa) to try to keep up the charade.
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Published Summer 1961 by Archie
Hole in One
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Bill Vigoda
?
Coach Kleats; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones
"Hole in One" When rain forces golf practice inside, Reggie irritates Coach Kleats. The team ends up using Reggie's mouth as a target for putting.
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Hole in One
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Vigoda
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Coach Kleats; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Hole in One" When rain forces golf practice inside, Reggie irritates Coach Kleats. The team ends up using Reggie's mouth as a target for putting.

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Story Title
Movie Mad
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Reggie invites Betty to go to a drive-in movie. He neglects to tell her to bring binoculars.

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Story Title
S. O. S.
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
When the Andrews' basement is flooded, the boys use it as a swimming pool.

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Story Title
A Dog's Life
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Reggie gets frustrated when his girl pays more attention to her dogs than to him.

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Story Title
Fleet Footed
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Jughead is not impressed when Reggie says he can run a mile in four minutes and eight seconds.

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Story Title
The Brush-Off
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty takes up painting to try to forget Archie. Veronica makes the mistake of suggesting Betty paint some portraits, so Betty gets Archie to pose for her.

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Story Title
Big Business
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx sells a lot of lemonade at her stand, but everyone pays with credit cards.

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Story Title
Poor Little Rich Whirl
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty is jealous of Veronica's wealth. Veronica invites her for an overnight visit to emphasize her wealth and get her to give up Archie. But there is a twist when Betty phones home to talk to her mother and Veronica finds herself envying Betty's close ties to her parents as opposed to her usually-absent mother and father.

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Story Title
Tipped and Topped! Part II
Script
?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Betty and Veronica both read "Henrietta's Handy Hints on How to Hook Him!" Veronica uses the "An occasional change of your hairdo will add variety and spice to your appearance" tip, but Archie is oblivious, as usual.

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Story Title
Tipped and Topped! Part I
Script
?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Betty and Veronica both read "Henrietta's Handy Hints on How to Hook Him!" Betty tries the "way to a man's heart is through his stomach" way.

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Story Title
Blank Prose
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
When Veronica can't think of anything to write in her diary; Betty whispers some juicy gossip in her ear.

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Story Title
Rein Check!
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Moose takes Midge on a horseback ride--on a merry-go-round.

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Story Title
The Word for Today -- Teenagers
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Five cartoons about teenagers.

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Story Title
A Beachnik Poem
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Archie takes Veronica to a secluded spot on the beach. But Veronica wants to be in the crowd so she can show off her new swimming suit.

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Story Title
Cut Down to Sighs
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Veronica continues an argument over the phone even after the call has been disconnected.

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Story Title
Call of the Wiles
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Betty thinks Archie is beginning to notice her.

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Story Title
Novel Approach!
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Betty and Veronica enlist Dilton's help to pick out a book for Midge's birthday.

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Story Title
Wire Trap
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
A girl on the phone wants to tell Betty some gossip from Veronica.

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Story Title
Who's to No?
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Betty has some juicy gossip, but can't tell anyone.

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Story Title
Wanted; Swim Trunks; Think
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Three three-panel silent strips: Jughead defaces a "Wanted" poster; While fishing, Archie catches Reggie's swim trunks; Mr. Weatherbee uses a "Think" sign to fan himself.

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Story Title
Jealous Joker
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
At the beach, Archie keeps Veronica away from the other boys. Moose carries an umbrella to make sure nobody even sees Midge.

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Story Title
The Handout!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie borrows a lifelike model of a human hand from the art department and uses it to play pranks.

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Story Title
Vow Row
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Moose catches Reggie and Midge together at Midge's house.

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Story Title
Dash It All
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Archie gets a slow start in a track race.

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Story Title
The Healer!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Shrimpy employes the "kiss it and make it better" remedy when the girls get hurt.

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Story Title
Party Blues
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Veronica thinks Archie is taking her for granted. So she throws a party that he has no chance of attending. (It's girls only.)

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Story Title
Cool School
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Miss Grundy complains that the new teacher lacks discipline. She and Mr. Weatherbee check her classroom to find that the ice cream vendor has stopped in for a visit.

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Story Title
Loco Motion
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Moose carts his injured foot around in a wheelbarrow. Archie tells him he should use a crutch. Moose takes his advice and now uses both the crutch and the wheelbarrow to get around.

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Story Title
Messenger Man
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Reggie has a job delivering telegrams and packages. When he delivers candy and flowers from Archie to Veronica, he adds an extra helping of kisses.

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Story Title
Taking No Chances
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Reggie and Midge plan on swimming together while Moose is getting ice cream. Moose torpedoes that plan by burying Midge in the sand.

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Story Title
Certified Service
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Smithers helps every member of the Lodge family with their coat, including the dog.

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Story Title
A Time for Everything
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx spends her "rest hour" doing everything but resting.

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Story Title
The Crusader
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty decides she's going to be helpful, which sends the others into a panic, since her attempts to be helpful always backfire. The gang decides to be mean to Betty, hoping that would keep her from trying to do favors for them.

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Story Title
The Nervous Ones
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Jughead intentionally twists Reggie's comments to annoy him. When he's finished with Reggie, he does the same with Archie.

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Story Title
Danger at Cobb's Cavern
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie, Reggie, Betty and Veronica decide to explore Cobb's Cavern, a local cave. Jughead advises them against it because of possible landslides. The landslide happens, trapping the four in the cavern and it's up to Jughead to find a way to rescue them.

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Story Title
The Fighter
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie plans on trying out for the boxing team, but is so clumsy that his training leaves him in bad shape.
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Published Fall 1961 by Archie
Bob White ?
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Published Winter 1961-62 by Archie
The Little Man Who Wasn't There
?
Bob Bolling ?
?
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge
"The Little Man Who Wasn't There" Jughead makes a sculpture called "The Martian." It helps that a Martian comes in a flying saucer to pose for him each day.
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Story Title
The Little Man Who Wasn't There
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bob Bolling ?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"The Little Man Who Wasn't There" Jughead makes a sculpture called "The Martian." It helps that a Martian comes in a flying saucer to pose for him each day.

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Story Title
If Teen-Agers Ran Cape Canaveral
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Parody of what would happen in teenagers were in charge of the space program.

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Story Title
Miss Deal
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Veronica gets upset when Archie won't let her win at cards.

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Story Title
Psycho Logic!
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Archie's mother reads a psychologist's column in the newspaper that says teenagers should treat their parents with awe.

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Story Title
Bum Start
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Jughead applies for an after-school job, but isn't very interested in taking it.

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Story Title
Watched Dog
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Veronica's new puppy doesn't pass the test as a guard dog.

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Story Title
Horse Operator
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Jughead and Souphead watch a western on TV.

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Story Title
Class to Spare
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Veronica's new car has a compact car in the trunk as a spare.

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Story Title
Shower Stalled
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
When it starts to rain while Mrs. Andrews is downtown, Mr. Andrews is afraid she'll step inside a store and do some shopping.

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Story Title
The Hole Truth!
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Jughead falls into a manhole and Moose asks him a dumb question.

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Story Title
The Passion Potion
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Professor Flutesnoot invents a potion that makes Archie irresistible to Betty and Veronica, at least until it is washed off.

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Story Title
Child's Play
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie and Jughead build a snowman that looks like Mr. Weatherbee. Mr. Weatherbee changes it to look like Miss Grundy, who then changes it to look like Prof. Flutesnoot. The Professor ultimately gets revenge on Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy.

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Story Title
Stair-Brained
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
After reading a sign that says "Dogs must be carried on escalator," Moose is stuck on the first floor, because he doesn't have a dog.

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Story Title
Brush Off!
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Dilton decides to become an abstract art painter.

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Story Title
Choose Your Channel
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Mrs. Lodge and Veronica do their morning exercises while watching the "Buddy Bicep" TV show. They nag Archie and Mr. Lodge into exercising, too; but the men find the "Sandra Shapely" exercise show more to their liking.

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Story Title
Western Style!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Shrimpy's western friend already knows the "Three R's" -- Roping, riding and roundup.

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Story Title
A Pinch of That...
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Shrimpy catches falling snowflakes on his tongue, but decides they need a little sugar.

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Story Title
Litter-Bugged!
Script
Tom Moore
Pencils
Tom Moore (original art signed)
Story Line
Souphead put up signs advertising free kittens. As the seasons roll past, there are more and more cats to give away.

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Story Title
Mad Hatter
Script
Tom Moore (original art signed)
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Betty tries to get Archie to notice her new hat.

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Story Title
Weather or Not!
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Miss Grundy said her class would have a test, rain or shine; but the class is overjoyed when it is snowing.

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Story Title
Giving an Old Gag New Tracks
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty and Veronica share a pair of skis and in avoiding a tree repeat an old magazine cartoon gag.

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Story Title
Haste Space
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and Jughead convince each other that Dilton is a space alien in disguise.

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Story Title
Concerned!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Greg worries about Jinx when she's gone on vacation.

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Story Title
Snowbound
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie gets stuck in a deep snow drift. Everyone tries to take advantage of the situation instead of helping him get out.

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Story Title
Seeing Stars
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
When Reggie flirts with Midge, Moose sends him to dreamland where he has visions of snuggling with popular movie stars.

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Story Title
The Siren
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Jughead spills a liquid he made in chemistry class on his hamburger and the reaction with the hamburger and pickle juice turns it into a potion. He accidentally spills it on Miss Grundy's hair, and she spends the rest of the story fighting off the amorous attentions of all males she meets.

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Story Title
Big Shot
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
The doctor asks Jinx where she'd like to get her shot (injection).

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Story Title
Archie Presents the Riverdale High School Opera Workshop (or Carmen Through the Wry)
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Riverdale High puts on an opera, with predictable results.

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Story Title
Like Real Gone
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
While visiting her father's top-secret government plant, Veronica gets a mild dose of radiation that causes her to become temporarily invisible, in bits and pieces.

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Story Title
Merry Old Mobile
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Archie gives Miss Grundy a ride in his jalopy, prompting a comment by Mr. Weatherbee.

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Story Title
Sweat Shirk
Script
Tom Moore ?
Pencils
Tom Moore
Story Line
Jughead gets a job that pays a dollar an hour, much to the surprise of Pop Tate.

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Story Title
School Pigeon
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie and Jughead send Prof. Flutesnoot's robot to Mr. Weatherbee's office, intending to scare him. Instead the robot turns out to be an electronic tattletale, relating all the misdeeds that Archie and Jughead have done lately.
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Published Spring 1962 by Archie
Lamp Lackey
?
?
Bob White ?
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"Lamp Lackey" Archie has a magic lamp with a genie, but the genie can't help him with his math homework.
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Story Title
Lamp Lackey
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Bob White ?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Lamp Lackey" Archie has a magic lamp with a genie, but the genie can't help him with his math homework.

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Story Title
Love Loco
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty is excited when Archie phones to say he's coming over. Her mother tells her she shouldn't be so anxious. Betty agrees, but is watching for Archie with binoculars.

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Story Title
Check Mate
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Dilton plays 20 games of chess at once, but has to quit because rushing from game to game is too hard on his feet.

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Story Title
To the Point
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
Story Line
When Annie tells Reggie to stop seeing other girls, Reggie decides it's time to request separate checks.

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Story Title
The Big Lift
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
Story Line
When Veronica is lying on the floor talking on the phone, the new maid just picks her up so she can vacuum under her.

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Story Title
Horn of Plenty
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie and Reggie are trying out for Prof. Flutesnoot's band and have been taking oboe lessons. Reggie tries to sabotage Archie by assembling an instrument constructed from parts of other instruments, but the Professor likes its sound for its novelty.

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Story Title
Gift-Rapped
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Jughead is supposed to deliver a bottle of perfume as a birthday present for Miss Grundy, but the package gets switched with one containing explosives.

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Story Title
Sleeping Booty
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda ?
Story Line
Mr. Bunsenburner and Mr. Weatherbee think Jughead has been bitten by a tse tse fly and has contracted sleeping sickness.

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Story Title
Positive Thinking!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Reggie decides to practice the power of positive thinking. It gets him a date with Veronica, but Archie tricks him into telling Moose that Midge is going to kiss him.

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Story Title
Odor Wise
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Archie has a talent for identifying the brand of perfume the girls are wearing. Betty and Veronica try to see if he can follow them if they spray perfume every so often, but they get mischievous and spray Moose, which leads to trouble for Archie.

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Story Title
By Hook or Crook
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jughead wanders into the Choklit Shop during a robbery. He isn't too concerned about the robbers stealing all the money and silverware, but goes berserk when the robbers try to make off with a freezer full of hamburger.

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Story Title
Clean Fun!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx takes a bath before going out to play in the mud with a friend.

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Story Title
Too Much Help
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica want to meet a new boy, but all their attempts at flirting get sidetracked by their friends being "helpful."

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Story Title
The Big Story
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Reggie makes fun of Archie's reporting skills on the school newspaper, so Archie makes Reggie a reporter and gives him an assignment that will lead to unpleasant consequences.
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