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Published March 1938 by Centaur
Sir Isaac Newton
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
"Sir Isaac Newton"
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Published March 1938 by Centaur

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Sir Isaac Newton
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"Sir Isaac Newton"

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"Jean Henry Fabre's family was desperately poor."
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"You are charged with arguing with your wife!"
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"I'll see you after the matinee, Dick!"
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Irving Settel
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Irving Settel
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"We'll show them!"
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"Well, your highness, how do you like the new captain of the guards?"
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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"There is no ease for the whole mouth while the tooth is aching!"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"Holy socks!"
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Fred Schwab
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"Nix!"
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"Quick! I wanna get thum inthurance..."
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Jack Cole (signed)
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At the Barber Shop
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"Stick around Joe, it may be a case."
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Paul Gustavson [as Gus] (signed)
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"In a ruse to escape with Diana..."
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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"I want two of these please--"
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood
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"Blue Ribbon dog show now going on"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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Abraham Lincoln
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"What Irish saint is here?"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"Now lemme see."
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Gill Fox
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"They said they'll take us aboard if we show our passport!"
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Fred Schwab
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"Hooptipumas"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"Bill collectors?"
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Fred Schwab
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
Rattlesnake Gulch
Tom Curry (credited)
Maurice Kashuba
Fred Schwab ?
"Rattlesnake Gulch"
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Published April 1938 by Centaur

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Rattlesnake Gulch
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Tom Curry (credited)
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Maurice Kashuba
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Fred Schwab ?
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"Rattlesnake Gulch"

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On the Air
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Will Harr (credited)
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Al Hopkins (signed) [as A. F. H.]
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An honest political candidate is set to make a radio broadcast exposing the mob ties of his corrupt opponent.

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"This steak is so tough I can't bend the gravy!"
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Jim Comes Through
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Maurice Gutwirth
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Maurice Gutwirth (signed)
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Jim gets passed over by his boss for a promotion, and is later solicited by a shady character in a scheme to rob his employer. Jim goes along with the mysterious thief, but notifies the police. It all turns out to be a ploy by his boss to test Jim's loyalty.

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"Quick!! - Make me out a Wife Insurance policy!"
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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A wife goes to Insurance Ike to take out an accident policy on her husband who had the accident earlier that day.

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"I better phone the telephone company..."
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Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
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Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
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"Newspaper man to see you, Sir."
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as interlocking P. and G.]
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as interlocking P. and G.]
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The Phoney Detective is shadowed by a newspaper man intent on learning his methods. The Detective solves a kidnapping case.

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"I can't escape from you..."
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Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
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Fred Schwab (signed) [as F.S.]
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Wilbur makes his plea to a skeptical judge as to why he should be excused from jury duty.

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Mel Ott
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Gill Fox (signed)
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"We have to do something!"
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Mayor Charlie Bulldog is running for re-election, but is worried by his opponent. The Mayor hires a ne'er-do-well to disrupt the speech and seal the election results.

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"I'm too old for the task, Jack"
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Jack and Diana are on a mission for Dr. Powers to make contact with an undersea race that he has discovered. The divers will use Dr. Powers' invention that lets them breath and talk at great depths without any apparatus. Marcus Stenzo wants his former employer's secret discovery to make himself wealthy. Jack and Diana make contact with the undersea race and are captured. Continued next issue.

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"What canal is represented here?"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Gill Fox (signed)
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"Got any beef stew today?"
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as PG overlapping initials]
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Paul Gustavson (signed) [as PG overlapping initials]
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"Don't look now - but I think they're wise to us!!"
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"If he gets that big a kick out of being in stocks..."
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Kermit Jaediker (credited) [as Kermit Ray]
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Ray Gill (signed) [as Kermit Ray]
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"This sign was painted by unfair labor"
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Fred Schwab ?
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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Craig Fox (signed)
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Craig Fox (signed)
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Voices In the Dark
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George Nagle
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Gill Fox (signed)
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Charles Biro
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Charles Biro
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Published May 1938 by Centaur
Frozen Justice
Jack Cole
Jack Cole
Charles Biro
"Frozen Justice"
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Published May 1938 by Centaur

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Frozen Justice
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Jack Cole
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Jack Cole
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Charles Biro
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"Frozen Justice"

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Hi, Joe
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Roger Putnam
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The Secret Tunnel
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Published July 1938 by Centaur
"Come, children, we're going down shopping."
Jack Romer (signed) [as Romer]
Jack Romer (signed) [as Romer]
Charles Biro [as Biro] (signed)
""Come, children, we're going down shopping.""
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Published July 1938 by Centaur

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"Come, children, we're going down shopping."
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Jack Romer (signed) [as Romer]
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Jack Romer (signed) [as Romer]
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Charles Biro [as Biro] (signed)
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""Come, children, we're going down shopping.""

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"The lamplighter"
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Richard Speed
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"What amusement park attraction does this represent?"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Pokey Forgets to Rememrer [Pokey Forgets to Remember]
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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"Animals are said to live longer in captivity..."
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Richard Speed ?
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"This way, boy."
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Paul Gustavson [as Gustavson] (signed)
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Paul Gustavson [as Gustavson] (signed)
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"What? Building another playground? 10 years!"
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Fred Schwab [as S]
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Fred Schwab [as S]
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"While exploring the undersea kingdom of Milo..."
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Frank Frollo
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Frank Frollo
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"We had to lengthen it 3 feet to fit you, Annie!"
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Bob Wood (signed) [as BW]
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Bob Wood (signed) [as BW]
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"Don't look now, but my manager thinks you're wrong!!"
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"I couldn't hit the side of a barn"
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Paul Gustavson
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Paul Gustavson
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"Chancellor Eric Hagert stands watching the boy king Louis..."
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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"I am glad I divorced my wife..."
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Sweet Revenge
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Honest Lady - They're not from Egypt or Persia..."
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Crossed Wires
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George Clancy (signed)
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Al Hopkins (signed) [as AFH]
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Romance in the Zoo
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
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Dick Ryan
Dick Ryan (signed)
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Published September 1938 by Centaur

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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan (signed)

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The Stickup
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Published November 1938 by Centaur
The Big Race
Will Harr (credited)
Maurice Kashuba (credited) (signed)
Charles Biro
"The Big Race"
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Published November 1938 by Centaur

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The Big Race
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Will Harr (credited)
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Maurice Kashuba (credited) (signed)
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Charles Biro
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"The Big Race"

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"Maybe I shoulda been to the judge after all!"
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Fred Schwab
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Football Odds and Ends
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Charles P. Nilan ?
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Charles P. Nilan
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"To the lonely Rocky Mountain cabin..."
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Jack Binder ?
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"I'm tired of sittin' here!"
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Harry Lewis (signed)
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Sweet Revenge
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"It's a shame---there's not a drop of cold water..."
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"In Slumberland the swimming pool is quite a place to see---"
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Winsor McCay Jr
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Winsor McCay Jr
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"Well, Baldy, tonight I go to propose..."
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Laurence Spivak
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"P-s-s-t! Wot's your racket? Chum"
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Martin Filchock [as Filchock] (signed)
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"I wish you'd come right over..."
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"Hey, conductor! Come here, will ya!"
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Fred Schwab ?
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Fred Schwab ?
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"Jack is brought to the arena..."
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Frank Frollo
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"Thanx, Annie!"
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All In Fun
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Fred Schwab
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Published January 1939 by Centaur
The Amateur Murderer
Tom McNamara [as G. G. Lewis]
Tom McNamara [as G. G. Lewis]
? [as RR]
"The Amateur Murderer"
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Published January 1939 by Centaur

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The Amateur Murderer
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Tom McNamara [as G. G. Lewis]
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Tom McNamara [as G. G. Lewis]
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? [as RR]
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"The Amateur Murderer"

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Mountain Murder
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Joe E. Buresch (credited)
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Joe E. Buresch (credited)
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"Blood-red feud haunted the hills of Tennessee and Jim Tyson trailed his enemy to showdown under the moon." (Synopsis from table of contents in original.)

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Episode 2: Michael Fury Walked Into a Murder Trap... And --
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Lawrence Spivack
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Lawrence Spivack
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Trained Tiger
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Victor J. Dowling
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Victor J. Dowling
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Poachers
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George Filchock; Martin Filchock
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Reynolds Comes Through
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E. Rantz
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E. Rantz
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Canvas Dusters
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Irving Settel
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Paul Gustavson
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Published March 1939 by Centaur
Kidnap In Hollywood
B. W.
B. W.
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"Kidnap In Hollywood"
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Kidnap In Hollywood
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B. W.
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B. W.
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"Kidnap In Hollywood"

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Code of the West
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A. L. Peterson
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The Golden Apples
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Tarpe Mills
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Tarpe Mills
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Mystery of the Missing Mummy
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E. F. Webster
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E. F. Webster
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Pursuit
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Harold Hughes
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Harold Hughes
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Christopher's Coffin
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Steve Jussen
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"Here I am, without a two pence..."
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Malcolm Kildale
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Malcolm Kildale
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Episode 3
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Lawrence Spivak
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Published May 1939 by Centaur
Jig Saw Trail
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Frank Frollo
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"Jig Saw Trail"
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Jig Saw Trail
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Frank Frollo
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"Jig Saw Trail"

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"We've got a tough job ahead of us today, men."
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Claire S. Moe
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Claire S. Moe
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The Swimmin' Fool
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