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Published October 1936 by Dell
"I've picked up these two out of town papers..."
Norman Marsh
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""I've picked up these two out of town papers...""
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"I've picked up these two out of town papers..."
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Norman Marsh
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""I've picked up these two out of town papers...""

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"Quack, quack! Did your uncle, the one they shot..."
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"What do they mean by going off the gold standard..."
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"Would you like to see my new dance?"
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Practice Makes Perfect
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"Shorty, Pete drove t'town..."
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"What's your name?"
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"Look, Uncle Amos!"
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"Oboy! At last!"
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"Laugh, Clown, Laugh!"
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"Vot kind uf ize gream do you got?"
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Toucans & Water Buffalo
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"What am I lookin' for?"
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"How didja ever get that eye?"
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Ches Nut Clothes Pressing Co.
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Smoke Gets in Your Nose
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"Gosh, Martha - My big toe is killing me..."
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Fred Harman
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"There's the haunted house!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Published November 1936 by Dell
"Egad, since electric heating pads are successful..."
Gene Aherne
Gene Aherne
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""Egad, since electric heating pads are successful...""
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"Egad, since electric heating pads are successful..."
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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""Egad, since electric heating pads are successful...""

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"Ha-ha! I'll bet he's stuck on her..."
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Sam Has a Great Pull
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How to Help the Needy
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Scribbly Gets an Inspiration!
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Scribbly Gets a Fan
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Even So, It's Hard to Take!
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"Hey! Wait up"
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"How did you get in here?"
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Something New in Wood!
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"Am I late?"
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"What a night"
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"They have Dan Dunn's little girl..."
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Gene Byrnes
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"Wait up, professor..."
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Bud Fisher
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"Dey t'ree men outside goin' beat you up."
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Roy Crane
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Published December 1936 by Dell
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J.R. Williams
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Hal Forrest
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Fred Harman
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Roy Crane
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Dorothy Urfer
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Published January 1937 by Dell
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J.R. Williams
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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"If we turned time back 100,000 years"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Gladys Parker
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Published February 1937 by Dell
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Norman Marsh
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Sheldon Mayer
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Gene Byrnes
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Dorothy Urfer
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Dorothy Urfer
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C.D. Small
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C.D. Small
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Fred Harman
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Fred Harman
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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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Gladys Parker
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Gladys Parker
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C.D. Small
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C.D. Small
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Dick Blair
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Milt Youngren
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Dorothy Urfer
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Dorothy Urfer
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C.D. Small
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C.D. Small
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"When old Ak, the flint maker agreed to go into the valley of steam"
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Irving Crump (credited)
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Kevin Royt
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Ray Thompson
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Charles Coll
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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?
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Bela Zaboly
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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I.S. Klein
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?
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Dorothy Urfer
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Dorothy Urfer
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Published March 1937 by Dell
He Knows All the Answers
?
C. D. Small (signed)
?
Sam Howdy; Mrs. Hoople
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He Knows All the Answers
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?
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C. D. Small (signed)
Cover Art
?
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Sam Howdy; Mrs. Hoople
Storyline
"He Knows All the Answers"

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The Fella Musta Been Wrong
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?
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C. D. Small (signed)
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"Would you boys mind standing up while I put this sign on?"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"I'd love to to there!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
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Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"Eggs are forty cents a dozen"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Fish
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"Jeff, gimme a little push"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"Click!"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"There she is, Mutt - my new maid!"
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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"Og and Ru carried the injured old man to the shelter of a cave."
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Irving Crump (credited)
Pencils
Kevin Royt
Story Line

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"You mean to tell me that we aren't really on the moon?"
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?
Pencils
Merrill Blosser [as Blosser] (credited and signed)
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"Boy, that's the fourth crack-up I've seen today!!"
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?
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Merrill Blosser [as Blosser] (credited and signed)
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"Stay right where you are, boys"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"Don - don't do this for me"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"Don't shoot, Mr. Morgan"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"Wanda, you're wonderful"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"Let me go with you"
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Bob Moore (credited)
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Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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"This is the worst, yet, Matt"
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Bob Moore (credited)
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer (credited)
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Scribbly Meets the Editor!!!
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Sheldon Mayer (credited)
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Sheldon Mayer (signed)
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"Socko!"
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Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (credited)
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (signed)
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Big Doin's!!!
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Sheldon Mayer (credited)
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Sheldon Mayer (signed)
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"Make me a snow-fort, Scrib"
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Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (credited)
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (signed)
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"Ladees 'n' genl'min!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"And for your home work I want you to visit some place and write a composition on it!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"I've got the worst headache in the world"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"Y'can't fool me!"
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Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited and signed)
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"Our first step is to establish ourselves in an obscure hotel"
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Ray Thompson ?
Pencils
Charles Coll [as Coll] (signed)
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"My chart shows approximately where the Spanish ship sunk"
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Hal Forrest (credited)
Pencils
Hal Forrest (signed)
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"Gentlemen....For several years we have been building a reputation"
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Hal Forrest (credited)
Pencils
Hal Forrest (signed)
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"Mr. G. Wizz said I was to watch the 13h National Bank"
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Bela Zaboly (credited)
Pencils
Bela Zaboly (credited)
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"Why, she's gone an' lost th' cover off that crank hole!"
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J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Pencils
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
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"Boy, the gangsters who jumped into this auto are tough."
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Bela Zaboly (credited)
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Bela Zaboly (credited)
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"You wait right there"
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J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Pencils
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
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"Oh I'm a ridin' fool from Pecos"
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?
Pencils
Fred Harman (credited and signed)
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"Remember, Bronc"
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?
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Fred Harman (credited and signed)
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"Booooots!" Hey, drop by"
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Edgar Martin [as Martin] (credited)
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Edgar Martin [as Martin] (credited)
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"Isn't it wonderful!!!!!"
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Edgar Martin [as Martin] (credited)
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Edgar Martin [as Martin] (credited)
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"Thank you for my flowers, Stephen"
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Edgar Martin (credited)
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Edgar Martin (credited)
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"Boots, you seem to be sublimely oblivious to the seriousness of the situation"
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Edgar Martin [as Edgar E. Martin] (credited)
Pencils
Edgar Martin [as Edgar E. Martin] (credited)
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"Shux! Oh, dern!"
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?
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Dorothy Urfer (credited)
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Seeing Is Believing - Sometimes
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?
Pencils
C. D. Small (signed)
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"Blast you, Gizzy"
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Roy Crane (credited)
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Roy Crane (credited)
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"Oh, ho! I comin' a shootin'"
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Roy Crane (credited)
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Roy Crane (credited)
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"Got the gypsy feet, and it's time to travel"
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Roy Crane (credited)
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Roy Crane (credited)
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"Hello! Couple o' wolves on my trail."
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Roy Crane (credited)
Pencils
Roy Crane (credited)
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"Bill took his valise up to his room"
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Dick Blair (credited)
Pencils
Milt Youngren (credited)
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The Instructions!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger] (credited)
Pencils
?
Story Line

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The Fun Begins!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger] (credited)
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Cap'n Avery Acts!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger] (credited)
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"When I asked Uncle Filbert for $5000"
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?
Pencils
?
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"Good morning, Major."
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?
Pencils
?
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"I understand Uncle Filbert's gonna visit all the carnivals this summer."
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?
Pencils
?
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"We're heading right into it"
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?
Pencils
?
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"Was that a tip-off"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
Pencils
Norman Marsh (credited)
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"Yes, Sheriff."
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"So the cops think they're smart"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"He's shooting through a loop-hole"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"Hey, Herky! Look what I've got!"
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
Pencils
Clyde Lewis (signed)
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"Well, for heaven sake, Herky!"
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
Pencils
Clyde Lewis (signed)
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"Ol' Raza Mataz has been staying in my gymnasium for three weeks"
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Clyde Lewis (credited)
Pencils
Clyde Lewis (signed)
Story Line

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"Hey, Foozy - here's a couple of these stale ol' dinosaur eggs that ain't busted"
Script
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Pencils
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Story Line

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"Mmmm! In all my days of dinosaur egg eatin'"
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Pencils
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Story Line

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"Boy, oh boy"
Script
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Pencils
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Story Line

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"Queen Umpa sure gave you a good go'n over!
Script
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Pencils
Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
Story Line
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Published April 1937 by Dell
V.T. Hamlin
V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
Cover Art
?

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Clyde Lewis
Pencils
Clyde Lewis
Story Line

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Script
Norman Marsh
Pencils
Norman Marsh
Story Line

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Script
Gene Aherne
Pencils
Gene Aherne
Story Line

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Script
Gene Aherne
Pencils
Gene Aherne
Story Line

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Script
Jay Jerome Williams
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Dick Blair
Pencils
Milt Youngren
Story Line

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Script
Roy Crane
Pencils
Roy Crane
Story Line

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Richard W. Thomas
Pencils
Walter Galli
Story Line

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Edgar Everett Martin
Pencils
Edgar Everett Martin
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Fred Harman
Pencils
Fred Harman
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Bela Zaboly
Story Line

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Script
J.R. Williams
Pencils
J.R. Williams
Story Line

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Script
Hal Forrest
Pencils
Hal Forrest
Story Line

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Script
Hal Forrest
Pencils
Hal Forrest
Story Line

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Richard W. Thomas
Pencils
Walter Galli
Story Line

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Script
I.S. Klein
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"There was joy and wonder in Ru's face"
Script
Irving Crump (credited)
Pencils
Kevin Royt
Story Line

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Script
Gene Aherne
Pencils
Gene Aherne
Story Line

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Gene Aherne
Pencils
Gene Aherne
Story Line

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J.R. Williams
Pencils
J.R. Williams
Story Line

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Sheldon Mayer
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer
Story Line

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Script
Bob Moore
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer
Story Line

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Bob Moore
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer
Story Line

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Gene Byrnes
Pencils
Gene Byrnes
Story Line

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Gene Byrnes
Pencils
Gene Byrnes
Story Line

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Bud Fisher
Pencils
Bud Fisher
Story Line

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Bud Fisher
Pencils
Bud Fisher
Story Line

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A.W. Nugent
Pencils
A.W. Nugent
Story Line

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Merrill Blosser
Pencils
Merrill Blosser
Story Line

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Script
C.D. Small
Pencils
C.D. Small
Story Line

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Script
Merrill Blosser
Pencils
Merrill Blosser
Story Line

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Script
Gladys Parker
Pencils
Gladys Parker
Story Line

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Gene Aherne
Pencils
Gene Aherne
Story Line

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Gene Aherne
Pencils
Gene Aherne
Story Line

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?
Pencils
Bela Zaboly
Story Line

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?
Pencils
J.R. Williams
Story Line
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Published May 1937 by Dell
Big Game Hunting
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
?
Jimmie Dugan; Pinhead Duffy; Puddinhead Duffy
"Big Game Hunting"
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Story Title
Big Game Hunting
Writer
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Interior Art
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Jimmie Dugan; Pinhead Duffy; Puddinhead Duffy
Storyline
"Big Game Hunting"

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Story Title
"Oh, Mister, your hat's on crooked!"
Script
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
What, No Vest?
Script
C. D. Small [as Small] (credited)
Pencils
C. D. Small [as Small] (credited)
Story Line

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"Ya know-I think I'm in love"
Script
Dorothy Urfer (credited)
Pencils
Dorothy Urfer (credited)
Story Line

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"Did you know that Evelyn is thinking seriously of becoming a blond?"
Script
Virginia Krausmann (credited)
Pencils
Virginia Krausmann (credited)
Story Line

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Making a Thorough Job of It
Script
C. D. Small [as Small] (credited)
Pencils
C. D. Small [as Small] (credited)
Story Line

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"Boy, ain't he fast, tho!"
Script
?
Pencils
Merrill Blosser [as Blosser] (signed)
Story Line

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"Nothing is biting today!"
Script
?
Pencils
Merrill Blosser [as Blosser] (credited)
Story Line

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"What's that adding machine for?"
Script
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited)
Pencils
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Bang"
Script
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited)
Pencils
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"In a hole again!"
Script
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited)
Pencils
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Good work, Wiggle-here's a fish"
Script
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited)
Pencils
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Can you tell me what is the best method to prevent disease"
Script
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited)
Pencils
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Houdini couldn't get out of that fix!"
Script
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited)
Pencils
Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Give me a ride on the handle-bars"
Script
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"This is business insurance"
Script
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"I'm glad vacation is here!"
Script
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Come over to Drapers yard"
Script
Gene Byrnes (credited)
Pencils
Gene Byrnes (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"What do you mean, 'Mr. Schultz' is a crook?"
Script
Gladys Parker (credited)
Pencils
Gladys Parker (credited)
Story Line

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A Clean Sweep-All Around!
Script
C. D. Small [as Small] (credited)
Pencils
C. D. Small [as Small] (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"You are bold, Mala"
Script
Bob Moore ?
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer ?
Story Line

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"Larkin, you're in a bad spot"
Script
Bob Moore (credited)
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer (credited)
Story Line

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Was His Face Red!!!
Script
Sheldon Mayer (credited)
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Golly-I didn't know there were so many kid-brothers an' sisters in th' world"
Script
Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (credited)
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (credited)
Story Line

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Gettin' Up in th' World!
Script
Sheldon Mayer (credited)
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"I wanna go to th' movies wit' Scwibbly!"
Script
Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (credited)
Pencils
Sheldon Mayer [as Scribbly] (credited)
Story Line

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"While an agent in the secret service of the Czar"
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"With a snarl the leader was over the fire."
Script
Irving Crump
Pencils
Kevin Royt
Story Line

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"You got just three minutes to decide"
Script
Hal Forrest (credited)
Pencils
Hal Forrest (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Tom! That first yacht looks like th' Nina!"
Script
Hal Forrest (credited)
Pencils
Hal Forrest (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"H...help! Man overboard!"
Script
Hal Forrest (credited)
Pencils
Hal Forrest (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Heaven...help...me"
Script
Hal Forrest (credited)
Pencils
Hal Forrest (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Good gosh! Rags are like gold around here."
Script
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Pencils
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Story Line

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"This room gives me the jitters"
Script
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Pencils
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Story Line

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"I've ridden outlaws before, Ramon"
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Harman (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Ya think I'll live, Doc?"
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Harman (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"I don't know who shot that hoss, Ramon"
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Harman (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"I'll get you, if it takes all day!"
Script
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Pencils
J. R. Williams [as Williams] (credited)
Story Line

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"Boy! I gotta idea!"
Script
Edgar Martin (credited)
Pencils
Edgar Martin (credited)
Story Line

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"Hello, Ferdy!"
Script
Edgar Martin [as Martin] (credited)
Pencils
Edgar Martin [as Martin] (credited)
Story Line

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"Tsk tsk!"
Script
Edgar Martin (credited)
Pencils
Edgar Martin (credited)
Story Line

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"A bandit?"
Script
Roy Crane (credited)
Pencils
Roy Crane (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Extra! Secret police looka for hook-nosed bandit"
Script
Roy Crane (credited)
Pencils
Roy Crane (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Come on, we better go to my rooms."
Script
Roy Crane (credited)
Pencils
Roy Crane (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"Boys, meet the new officer in the Royal Grenadiers, Captain Easy"
Script
Roy Crane (credited)
Pencils
Roy Crane (credited, signed)
Story Line

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"The murder gun shows your fingerprints"
Script
Dick Blair (credited)
Pencils
Milt Youngren (credited)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Landing!
Script
Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger] (credited)
Pencils
Jay Jerome Williams (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Ashore!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger] (credited)
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Jay Jerome Williams (signed)
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The Struggle!
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Jay Jerome Williams [as Edwin Alger] (credited)
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Jay Jerome Williams (signed)
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"I was in search of a large specimen of constrictor for P.T. Barnum's circus"
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?
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?
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"Haw, Alvin, I'll tell you of three truly remarkable hypnotic demonstrations"
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?
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?
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"It looks as if it were going to rain"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"Ah! So that's the Stacy mansion, eh, Bankok?"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"So chauffeur, you've actually seen where this priceless jewel of Mr. Stacy's is kept??"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"Don't stand in my way, officer"
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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Norman Marsh (credited)
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"Well, you're pretty small"
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Clyde Lewis (credited, signed)
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Clyde Lewis (credited, signed)
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"Don't drink your milk so fast, Herky, you'll be sick!"
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Clyde Lewis (credited and signed)
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Clyde Lewis (credited and signed)
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"I feel lika feather in th' breeze"
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Clyde Lewis (credited and signed)
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Clyde Lewis (credited and signed)
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"Hello, Alley Oop"
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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"Hey, you guys - y'oughta seen what I've jus' seen - boyoboy!"
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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"With all th' axes we have on hand"
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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"'Haw, haw' did ol King Tunk burn up when he read th' stuff I wrote"
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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Vincent T. Hamlin [as V. T. Hamlin] (signed)
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Published June 1937 by Dell
V.T. Hamlin
V.T. Hamlin
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Jay Jerome Williams
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?
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Dick Blair
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Milt Youngren
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Fred Harman
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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I.S. Klein
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?
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"The warmth of the fire and the odor of the cooking meat"
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Irving Crump (credited)
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Kevin Royt
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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J.R. Williams
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Carl Pfeufer
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Carl Pfeufer
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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A.W. Nugent
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Leonard Seppala
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Stookie Allen
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Dunkel
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Virginia Krausmann
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Virginia Krausmann
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C.D. Small
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C.D. Small
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Published July 1937 by Dell
"I hope Mrs. Van Swiggle won't mind..."
Clyde Lewis
Clyde Lewis
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""I hope Mrs. Van Swiggle won't mind...""
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"I hope Mrs. Van Swiggle won't mind..."
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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""I hope Mrs. Van Swiggle won't mind...""

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"I saw you talking to your Dad..."
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Virginia Krausmann
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Barney Oldfield
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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"Max Mazookie makes more faces..."
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Courtney Dunkel [as Dunkel]
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"Pop said I could take some movies of Poodles..."
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Merrill Blosser
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"Jeff borrow that ladder over there..."
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Bud Fisher
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"The cap'tin of that boat must have been..."
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Gene Byrnes
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"So Bozano forges a cablegram..."
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"But I do not trust Tek..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"While Scribbly is in New York drawing..."
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Sheldon Mayer
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"Eh! What's this?"
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?
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"Nadu, Ru and Og rushed away..."
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Irving Crump
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Kevin Royt
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"General James Longstreet - the Confederate general..."
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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"Larry has been made a prisoner in the hidden..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"We shoulda stayed with th' yacht, Tailspin!"
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"M-a-a-a-a! Hey, M-a-a-a-a!"
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"Thees ees th' gringo cowboy who was..."
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"Boo"
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"Am I gonna have trouble with you..."
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Edgar Everett Martin
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"The man who became a father at 94!!"
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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"Eh? You wish to shippa some pigs..."
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Belfry helps Easy get out of prison, then Easy helps protect Belfry from thieves.

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"Scar Lester, standing with Canlon, and Sullivan..."
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The Captive!
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Edwin Alger
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Edwin Alger
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"Egad, Alvin, did I ever tell you of the time..."
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?
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"Ho Hum!"
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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"I'm Noodles Nelson, an' without a doubt..."
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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"Poor Foozy - his turtle-shell helmet..."
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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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Published August 1937 by Dell
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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?
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Gene Byrnes
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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Jay Jerome Williams
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Dick Blair
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Milt Youngren
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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J.R. Williams
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Walter Galli
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"When little Wab broke a branch"
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Irving Crump (credited)
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Kevin Royt
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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A.W. Nugent
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Dunkel
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Amelia Earhart (while still flying)
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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Ed Cronin
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Virginia Krausmann
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C.D. Small
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?
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Virginia Krausmann
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?
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C.D. Small
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Published September 1937 by Dell
"That's Bump's 'private box' at the ball park"
Gene Byrnes
Gene Byrnes
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""That's Bump's 'private box' at the ball park""
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"That's Bump's 'private box' at the ball park"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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""That's Bump's 'private box' at the ball park""

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"Well, so long Willus..."
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J.R. Williams
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Bob Crosby
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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"Police dogs do not wear uniforms!"
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"The trouble with you short-wave amateurs..."
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Merrill Blosser
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"Hey! What's the idea goin' around..."
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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"I've got a beautiful swing, too!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"So I waited a chance until I caught him..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Thrilled at what the Sibyl has told them..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Gee - don't you wish it wus still vacation?"
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Sheldon Mayer
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"You can leave your big grips..."
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?
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"The cave was filled with giant bats..."
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Irving Crump
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Kevin Royt
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"Mrs. Lydia Ann Graham of Franklin..."
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Walter Galli
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"Any more mishaps to Skyport Mail planes mean..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"We left Tommy and Skeeter hurrying toward..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"Yes, that's a good shaped one..."
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J.R. Williams
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"Ah senorita! I am very happy to meet your..."
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Fred Harman
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"Goodness, it's hot today"
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Edgar Everett Martin
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"S'long, Senor! With posies in my mitt..."
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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"Morris Cheney of Trenton, N.J., hunting..."
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Walter Galli
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"Search 'im!" "Here it is, I found it!"
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Belfry is captured by gangster led by Big Sam, but when Easy finally traces the crooks to their hideout, he falls through a trapdoor and the criminals escape.

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"The G Man did not see the dark figure..."
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Dick Blair
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Milt Youngren
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Homeward Bound!
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Edwin Alger
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Edwin Alger
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"Egad, it looks as if Alderman Fattleton..."
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?
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"What was that I heard -- it sounded..."
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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"Hit yer finger, Mom?"
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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"Hey, you in there - stick yer head..."
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V.T. Hamlin
Pencils
V.T. Hamlin
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Published October 1937 by Dell
"Oh - I see you've been shopping again..."
Virginia Krausmann
Virginia Krausmann
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""Oh - I see you've been shopping again...""
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"Oh - I see you've been shopping again..."
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Virginia Krausmann
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Virginia Krausmann
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""Oh - I see you've been shopping again...""

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The First S.O.S.
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Stookie Allen
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Stookie Allen
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"Oscar Soso owns a whole row of houses..."
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Courtney Dunkel [as Dunkel]
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Courtney Dunkel [as Dunkel]
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"Have you folks played Handies?"
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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"Where cha get that collection of trophies?"
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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"Blow the horn when you're passin' the school!"
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Gene Byrnes
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Gene Byrnes
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"A few weeks later Tad and Slim prepare to start..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Awestruck at the fate of the mad king..."
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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"Hyar, Scrib ol' kid..."
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Sheldon Mayer
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Sheldon Mayer
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"Amos! Someone left the radio on..."
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?
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"Og and Ru, Little Wab and Nada, trying to escape..."
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Irving Crump
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Kevin Royt
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"The man who made his living choking bulls..."
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"When Slug heard that the 'Big Shot' was arriving..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"Just as Tommy and Skeeter clambered into their plane..."
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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"With this paddin' in my shoulders..."
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J.R. Williams
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"Bronc! You're hurt! I must get you home quick."
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Fred Harman
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Fred Harman
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"Mr. Bradley, somethin's been getting..."
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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"Haw haw ho hoho ho"
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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"The man who composed a popular song while..."
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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"Kidnaping's too risky, boss. We ought of -"
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Easy and the law pursue Big Sam to rescue Belfry, only for one of Sam's rival gangs to kidnap Belfry from him.

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"Bill Lee, G Man, exclaimed when he saw..."
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Dick Blair
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Milt Youngren
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Betsy Winship, Yeomanette!
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Edwin Alger
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Edwin Alger
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"Gee! It was swell! There was a man..."
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"If I turn Bankok in the smuggling charge will not..."
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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"Sure, I went to Poodles Tootifruit's birthday party!"
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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"This is th' finish! It is th' end!"
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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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Published February 1938 by Dell
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Sheldon Mayer
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Sheldon Mayer

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V.T. Hamlin
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V.T. Hamlin
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Norman Marsh
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Norman Marsh
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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?
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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A.W. Nugent
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Fred Harman
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Fred Harman
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Gene Aherne
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Gene Aherne
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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Bob Moore
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Carl Pfeufer
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?
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Roy Crane
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Roy Crane
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Edgar Everett Martin
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Jay Jerome Williams
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?
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?
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J.R. Williams
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J.R. Williams
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Hal Forrest
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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Merrill Blosser
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Merrill Blosser
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Clyde Lewis
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Clyde Lewis
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?
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?
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George Scarbo
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George Scarbo
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Sheldon Mayer
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Sheldon Mayer
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?
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?
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J.R. Williams
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Richard W. Thomas
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Walter Galli
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Bud Fisher
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Gene Byrnes
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Stookie Allen
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Published March 1938 by Dell

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Published April 1938 by Dell

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