(July 1966)

Harvey, 1963 Series
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Volume
1
Price
0.25 USD
Pages
68
Indicia Frequency
quarterly
On-sale Date
1966-03-24
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Approved by the Comics Code Authority
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Fun Film, Inc.
Brand
Giant Size Harvey Comics [Jack-in-the-box]
Editing
Leon Harvey (credited) (editor); ? (actual)

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Richie Rich / cover / 1 page (report information)

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Genre
children
Characters
Richie Rich; Freckles Friendly; Pee Wee Friendly; Dot Polka [Little Dot]; Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; Cadbury; Richard Rich
Synopsis
Richie and his pals slide down a huge pile of gold coins.

Indexer Notes

Scene depicts a moment from the first story in the issue, possibly after panel 1.

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Richie Rich Dollars and Cents / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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Hey! Peewee's sinking!
Genre
children
Characters
Richie Rich; Freckles Friendly; Pee Wee Friendly
Synopsis
When Pee Wee begins sinking into a huge pile of gold coins that Richie and his pals are playing on, Richie breaks out the beach toys to keep them "afloat".
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Indexer Notes

The cover scene from this issue depicts a moment from this story shortly after panel 1.

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Richie Rich / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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C'mon, Gloria! I want to show you some slides my father took!
Genre
children
Characters
Richie Rich; Gloria Glad
Synopsis
Richie shows Gloria slides of a stormy sea, a tropical jungle and a now covered mountain, which she assumes were photographed in many countries around the world. However, Richie tells her that they were all taken on the Rich estate.
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The Super Garden (Table of Contents: 3)

Richie Rich / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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children
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Richie Rich; Gloria Glad; gardening staff
Synopsis
Richie shows Gloria some of the gigantic and specially-developed plants and insects in his estate gardens, but likes his own simple garden the best.
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Little Lotta / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Scat! Get away from that bird's nest!
Genre
children
Characters
Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; homeless person
Synopsis
Lotta hides in a stump to scare a cat away from a bird's nest in a tree, and ends up scaring a would-be apple-picker in the process.
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Little Dot / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I bought you a cute, dotted hat!
Genre
children
Characters
Dot Polka [Little Dot]; Mrs. Polka; unnamed girl
Synopsis
Dot trades her new dotted hat for a larger one, which catches her mother off guard.
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Leave It To Bascomb (Table of Contents: 6)

Richie Rich / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Genre
children
Characters
Richie Rich; Bascomb; Regina Rich
Synopsis
Bascomb is determined to get Richie to his appointment, regardless of whatever obstacles may arise.
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Little Dot / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Did you paint those dots on your doll carriage?
Genre
children
Characters
Dot Polka [Little Polka]; elderly park-goer
Synopsis
Dot changes an old man's perspective on dots.
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Little Lotta / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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You'll never catch a big fish with a worm, Lotta!
Genre
children
Characters
Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; Mr. Plump
Synopsis
Lotta bets her father that she can catch a big fish with a worm.
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Richie Rich / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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We'd better hurry! The train's about to leave for Florida!
Genre
children
Characters
Richie Rich; elderly train passengers
Synopsis
Richie tries to convince two train passengers that they are not going to Florida but are on his private train.
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Little Dot / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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Fooey! I hate dots!
Genre
children
Characters
Dot Polka [Little Dot]; Skooch; Spike
Synopsis
Dot uses dots to hide Skooch from a bully.
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Special Delivery (Table of Contents: 11)

Little Lotta / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Genre
children
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Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; Mr. Plump; Mr. Pennypincher; pedestrians; park patron
Synopsis
Lotta must deliver a valuable briefcase to an important client of her father.
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Greatest Show (Table of Contents: 12)

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Genre
drama
Characters
Mary Jane April; Liza Nobert; circus performers
Synopsis
Mary Jane is bored travelling with the circus her father owns, until she meets another girl who can't afford a circus ticket.
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First Prize (Table of Contents: 13)

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Genre
drama
Characters
Taffy; Mr. Kenilworth; Mary
Synopsis
Taffy the puppy is shocked to hear that she will be given away as a prize in a contest.

Dot Problem Child (Table of Contents: 14)

Little Dot / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Genre
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Dot Polka [Little Dot]; teacher; students; Dr. Coleman
Synopsis
Dot is sent to the school psychologist because she draws dots instead of a normal picture while in class. Then because she has received so much attention, all of her classmates draw dots as well.
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Little Lotta / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Hmmm! Great idea!
Genre
children
Characters
Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; storekeepers; newsboy
Synopsis
Lotta imagines what she would do to make her city more beautiful.
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Richie Rich / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
What did Aunt Goldmine send me, Dad?
Genre
children
Characters
Richie Rich; Richard Rich
Synopsis
Richie receives a gold-plated see-saw.
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Richie's Richie (Table of Contents: 17)

Richie Rich / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Richie Rich [as himself, his imagined adult self and his imagined son]; Richard Rich; Regina Rich; Gloria Glad; Cadbury
Synopsis
Richie imagines that he and Gloria grow up to marry and have a son much like himself. He envisions a son who would be very pampered and who cringes at the thought of getting dirty or infected by germs. Not liking this mental picture, he then refuses to comb his hair and starts to play in the mud, after which he is immediately sent to take a bath. While in the tub, he resolves that any son of his will not get all the "fuss and attention" that he gets himself.
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Little Lotta / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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Eating too much makes a person sluggish, tired, weak!
Genre
children
Characters
Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; lecturer; audience; police officer
Synopsis
Lotta's display of strength contradicts what a health lecturer says about eating too much.
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Little Dot / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Hi, Lotta!" "Come out in back, Dot! I want to give you something!
Genre
children
Characters
Dot Polka [Little Dot]; Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]
Synopsis
Lotta gives Dot an old cannon ball.
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Mr. Sharp Eyes (Table of Contents: 20)

Richie Rich / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Genre
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Richie Rich; Richard Rich; Mr. Badger; Regina Rich; Chef Pierre
Synopsis
Mr. Rich hires a new estate guard who has a reputation for noticing minor details and Richie decides to test his abilities.
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Playing Hookey (Table of Contents: 21)

Little Lotta / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Lotta Plump [Little Lotta]; Mrs. Plump; pedestrian; Mr. Blanchard; policeman; Mrs Gammon; Mr. Strict; truck driver
Synopsis
Lotta rushes out the door in the morning so that she is not late for school, but ends up arriving after the morning bell. Rather than face the penalty, she decides to "play hookey", and spends the entire day guiltily hiding from everyone she sees. As it turns out, she needn't have been so cautious.
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The Dress (Table of Contents: 22)

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Genre
children
Characters
Janet Harris; Mrs. Harris; Mary Kay
Synopsis
Janet is entranced by a new dress that she has purchased, but learns that friendship is more important than possessions.
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Coffee Capers (Table of Contents: 23)

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children
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Tommy Lane; Mrs. Lane; Mr. Lane
Synopsis
Tommy thinks that drinking coffee would be much better than drinking milk.
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The Finding Dots (Table of Contents: 24)

Little Dot / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Dot Polka [Little Dot]; Mr. Polka; Mrs. Polka; boy; singer; artist; writer; newsboy
Synopsis
When Dot gets sick, she sees dots before her eyes which seem to lead her to find things that are lost.
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Richie Rich
  2. 1. ["Hey! Peewee's sinking!"]
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents
  3. 2. ["C'mon, Gloria! I want to show you some slides my father took!"]
    Richie Rich
  4. 3. The Super Garden
    Richie Rich
  5. 4. ["Scat! Get away from that bird's nest!"]
    Little Lotta
  6. 5. ["I bought you a cute, dotted hat!"]
    Little Dot
  7. 6. Leave It To Bascomb
    Richie Rich
  8. 7. ["Did you paint those dots on your doll carriage?"]
    Little Dot
  9. 8. ["You'll never catch a big fish with a worm, Lotta!"]
    Little Lotta
  10. 9. ["We'd better hurry! The train's about to leave for Florida!"]
    Richie Rich
  11. 10. ["Fooey! I hate dots!"]
    Little Dot
  12. 11. Special Delivery
    Little Lotta
  13. 12. Greatest Show
  14. 13. First Prize
  15. 14. Dot Problem Child
    Little Dot
  16. 15. ["Hmmm! Great idea!"]
    Little Lotta
  17. 16. ["What did Aunt Goldmine send me, Dad?"]
    Richie Rich
  18. 17. Richie's Richie
    Richie Rich
  19. 18. ["Eating too much makes a person sluggish, tired, weak!"]
    Little Lotta
  20. 19. ["Hi, Lotta!" "Come out in back, Dot! I want to give you something!"]
    Little Dot
  21. 20. Mr. Sharp Eyes
    Richie Rich
  22. 21. Playing Hookey
    Little Lotta
  23. 22. The Dress
  24. 23. Coffee Capers
  25. 24. The Finding Dots
    Little Dot
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