(May 1950)

Harvey, 1949 Series
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Volume
1
Price
0.10 USD
Pages
36
Indicia Frequency
every other month
On-sale Date
1950-03-01
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Harvey Publications, Inc.
Brand
Harvey Comics H
Editing
Leon Harvey (per indicia)

Issue Notes

Golden Age; pre-Comics Code Authority
Parts of this issue are reprinted:

[The Gala Opening] (Table of Contents)

Sad Sack / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 1)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 1)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 1, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as George Baker) (p. 1)

Genre
humor
Characters
Sad Sack; scruffy dog
Synopsis
Sadly, Sad Sack has his grand opening shoe shine parlor during a heavy downpour.
Keywords
brush; downpour; grand opening; heavy showers; puddle; rain; sandwich board; shoe shine; shoes; soaked

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]
Assumed title is excerpt of headline, "The Story Behind The Cover: 'The Gala Opening'", which is a text story accompanying full-color thumbnail reproduction of front cover on page 28.

Blondie Comics #19 (Table of Contents: 1) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 0.5 page (report information)

Dick Tracy Comics 28 (Table of Contents: 2) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 0.5 page (report information)

[Ace City Rodeo] (Table of Contents: 3)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 3, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 3)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; Cowboy Joe; Doctor; Paymaster
Synopsis
Sad Sack tries to one-up guitarist and country-western singer Cowboy Joe by wrangling a bull.
Keywords
bull riding; country; doctor bill; entertainment; injuries; injury; pay; rodeo; western; wrangling

Indexer Notes

[pantomine; no dialogue]

Assumed title taken from yellow banner over stadium entrance in panel 2.

Bobby Shelby and His Pals Form a Bike Safety Club (Table of Contents: 4)

Bobby Shelby / public service announcement / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Lee Elias (credited) (signed as Lee Elias) (p. 4)
Inks
Lee Elias (credited) (signed as Lee Elias) (p. 4)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 4, uncredited)
Letters
typeset (p. 4)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I have called this meeting to tell you about my new bike safety club.
Genre
adventure; children; sports
Characters
Bobby Shelby; Pals
Synopsis
Bobby forms a club to promote bicycle safety. Very brief plug for new Shelby Donald Duck Bicycles.
Keywords
be courteous; bike safety; it pays to play safe; ride carefully

Indexer Notes

The PSA appears on page 4. Verified Lee Elias signature in panel 5 at left on page 4 upper half.

Extra Help (Table of Contents: 5)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 5, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 5, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 5, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 5, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 5, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; farmer
Synopsis
Sad Sack gets cheated out of 10.00 USD by a farmer when lightning finishes a tree to be chopped down.
Keywords
axe; chop down tree; chop tree; farm; farmer; farmhouse; lightning; lightning strike; thunderstorm

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

All for One (Table of Contents: 6)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 6, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 6, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; plumber; housewife
Synopsis
As assistant to A. Jerk Plumber, Sad Sack carries an overloaded heavy tool bag on a house call to find that the plumber only needed one tiny tool to fix a leak.
Keywords
bag of tools; house call; leak; plumber; plumber's bag; plumbing; plumbing leak; plumbing repair; service call; water leak

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

A Day's Work (Table of Contents: 7)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 7, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 7, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; hired lady
Synopsis
Ace Electric Appliances salesman Sad Sack offers a free washing and ironing demonstration to a woman he thinks is a housewife.
Keywords
Ace Electric Washer; clothes washer; cold call; door-to-door; electric washer; free demo; free demonstration; iron; ironing board; sales; salesman; wash; washer

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Don't Look Now (Table of Contents: 8)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 8, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 8, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 8, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 8, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 8, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; policeman; random pedestrians
Synopsis
A policeman turns a blind eye as pedestrians litter the street while sanitation worker Sad Sack cleans up the mess, however, the second Sack tosses a gum wrapper he's hauled away by same policeman.
Keywords
do not litter; enforce; enforcement; litter; police; refuse; sanitation; sanitation department; trash

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Cost of Living (Table of Contents: 9)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 9, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 9, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 9, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 9, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 9, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Joe (steakhouse owner); Sad Sack; steakhouse employee
Synopsis
Angered and disgusted by a worker kicking up dust from sweeping and odors from taking out the trash at Joe's Steak House, Sad Sack loses his appetite then tosses out his steak only to be charged 4.00 USD anyway.
Keywords
diner; dust; eatery; garbage; grill; Joe's steak house; odor; pay; restaurant; smell; steak house

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Being Helpful (Table of Contents: 10)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 10, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 10, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 10, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 10, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 10, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
wife; husband; Sad Sack
Synopsis
Sad Sack unwittingly insert himself into a domestic dispute and gets beaten to a bloody pulp.*
Keywords
beat; bloody; disagreement; domestic dispute; heated dispute; husband and wife argument; incapacitate; knock out; knock unconscious; pummel

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

* This type of humorous/satirical story with illustrated violence would probably have been rejected by the Comics Code Authority had it been in place five years earlier.

Carrying Charges (Table of Contents: 11)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 11, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 11, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 11, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 11, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 11, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Joe (steak house owner); Sad Sack
Synopsis
Sad Sack gets sick to his stomach at Joe's Steak House, passes out, gets swept out with the garbage, then hauled off to the city dump when Joe realizes Sad Sack hadn't paid for his steak.
Keywords
bill; check; diner; dump; eatery; food poisoning; garbage; get sick; Joe's Steak House; restaurant; steak; steak house

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

You Can't Win (Table of Contents: 12)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 12, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 12, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 12, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 12, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 12, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Owner (Tim's Grill); Employee (on strike); Sad Sack
Synopsis
Sad Sack gets caught up in a labor dispute outside Tim's Grill.
Keywords
diner; eatery; grill; labor dispute; on strike; restaurant; strike; Tim's Grill; unfair

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Room for Rent (Table of Contents: 13)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 13, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 13, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 13, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 13, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 13, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Landlady; Sad Sack; Policeman
Synopsis
Sad Sack complains to a policeman after being violently evicted for not being able to pay his 50.00 USD rent, but the policeman pleads with the landlady to offer him Sad Sack's apartment instead.
Keywords
apartment; eviction; landlady; landlord; overdue rent; rent; rent due; tenant; unpaid rent

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Rags to Riches (Table of Contents: 14)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 14, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 14, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 14, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 14, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 14, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; bum; policeman
Synopsis
Dressed in his finest suit, tie, and top hat, Sad Sack is robbed at gunpoint by a bum who exchanges his slovenly clothes for Sad Sack's, but Sack gets arrested upon seeking revenge.
Keywords
billy club; bum; cane; choke; choke hold; choke-hold; exquisite clothing; fine clothes; gunpoint; night stick; robber; suit; threaten; tie; top hat; violence

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

[Town Hall] (Table of Contents: 15)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)
Inks
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 15, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (p. 15)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; Doorman; Clothier; formal patrons
Synopsis
Sad Sack shows up at Town Hall for work but is refused entry by the doorman because he's not dressed in formal wear.
Keywords
black tie event; formal dress; formal wear; full dress; suit and tie; suits; town hall; tuxedos; uppity

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Water, Please (Table of Contents: 16)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 16, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 16, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 16, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 16, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 16, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; waiter
Synopsis
After being chewed out by patron Sad Sack for not refilling his water, the waiter collapses onto a chair after which Sad Sack rushes to the kitchen to get him a glass of water.
Keywords
collapse; diner; dizzy; eatery; glass of water; grill; kitchen; restaurant; service; waiter; water

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Schwinn Black Phantom (Table of Contents: 17) (Expand) /

Schwinn Bicycle / advertisement / 1 page (report information)

Are You a Sad Sack? (Table of Contents: 18)

Are You a Sad Sack? / activity / 0.5 page (report information)

Script
Alfred Harvey ? Leon Harvey ? (p. 18, left half)
Letters
typeset (p. 18, left half)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
If you're not a Sad Sack yourself, perhaps you know someone who is.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Sad Sack Contest offers 10.00 USD for first prize and 5.00 USD as a second prize or a special one year subscription by sharing a 'Sad Sack' experience in a letter or on a penny (0.01 USD) postcard.
Keywords
contest; first prize; prizes; Sad Sack Contest; second prize

Indexer Notes

Three current entries are typeset: P.K., Conn.; L.C., Mass.; D.L., New York.

Entrants could submit their sad stories to:

SAD SACK CONTEST
1860 BROADWAY
NEW YORK 23, N.Y.

[Relax in the West] (Table of Contents: 19)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (pp. 18-19, centerfold)
Pencils
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (pp. 18-19, centerfold)
Inks
George Baker (signed as by George Baker) (pp. 18-19, centerfold)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (pp. 18-19, centerfold, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (credited) (signed as by George Baker) (pp. 18-19, centerfold)

Genre
humor
Characters
Sad Sack; various sales people; Native American salesman
Synopsis
Sad Sack cannot seem to escape sales people pestering him. So, he takes a road trip to camp and relax in the West only to be pestered by Native Americans hawking their handicrafts.
Keywords
candy; clothing; handicrafts; hawk; Indian blankets; Indian jewelry; Indian pottery; indigenous goods; insurance; Native American handcrafts; native crafts; newspaper; sales; sales people; salesmen; sell; shoe laces; solicit; travel

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Eleven panel comic strip printed as a full-bleed centerfold spread across pages 18 and 19.

Assumed title taken from sign in travel agency front window of panel 6.

[Swell All-Purpose Jacket] (Table of Contents: 20) (Expand) /

Jacket / comics-form advertising / 0.5 page (report information)

Fleer's Dubble Bubble Gum (Table of Contents: 21) (Expand) /

Dubble Bubble Gum / comics-form advertising / 0.5 page (report information)

Stay on the Beam (Table of Contents: 22) (Expand) /

Delta Electric Company / comics-form advertising / 0.5 page (report information)

Generous Guest (Table of Contents: 23)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 21, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 21, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 21, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 21, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 21, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Room Clerk; Sad Sack; hotel guest
Synopsis
Bellhop Sad Sack staggers with a professional weightlifter's luggage and weights only to be tipped with a free weight lifting exhibition pass.
Keywords
1313; 13th floor; Ace Hotel; barbells; bellhop; elevator; free pass; guest; hotel; hotel room; Palace Theatre; Room 1313; tip; weight lifting exhibition; weights

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Hit and Miss (Table of Contents: 24)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 22, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 22, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 22, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 22, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 22, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Woman motorist; Sad Sack; I.M.Crook Lawyer
Synopsis
While parallel parking, a woman motorist barely taps Sad Sack as he's stepping off the curb when a crooked lawyer and witness intervenes.
Keywords
1940s sedan; accident; automobile; back up; crooked lawyer; feign injury; injury; lawyer; motor vehicle; parallel park; pedestrian; reverse; sedan; taken advantage of; woman driver; woman motorist

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Win or Lose (Table of Contents: 25)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 23, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 23, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 23, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 23, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 23, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; Doctor O'Rook; Patient
Synopsis
Sad Sack seeks medical attention after eating at Lousy Food but fully recuperates while in the waiting room only to be billed anyway.
Keywords
billing practices; doctor's bill; doctor's office; food poisoning; greasy food; headache; indigestion; lousy food; malpractice; medical billing; tummy ache; upset stomach; waiting room

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Split Decision (Table of Contents: 26)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 24, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 24, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 24, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 24, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 24, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Pedestrian; Sad Sack; Hat Salesman; Policeman
Synopsis
Sad Sack is arrested after trying to be a good Samaritan over a disputed man's hat.
Keywords
damage; dispute; gust of wind; half a hat; hat blew off; hats; men's hats; split

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Jobs for All (Table of Contents: 27)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 25, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 25, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 25, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 25, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 25, uncredited)

Genre
humor; military; satire-parody
Characters
various personnel managers; Sad Sack; army recruiter
Synopsis
Sad Sack has no luck finding any work until he spots a poster offering: high pay, steady work, room+board, veterans preferred; only to realize after chasing down the address that it's an army recruiting office.
Keywords
Army Recruiting Office; army recruiting office; enlistment; fringe benefits; military; pay; re-enlist; re-enlistment; recruiting; room and board; room plus board; U.S. Army recruiter; work

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

Pursued (Table of Contents: 28)

The Sad Sack / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker (p. 26, uncredited)
Pencils
George Baker (p. 26, uncredited)
Inks
George Baker (p. 26, uncredited)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 26, uncredited)
Letters
George Baker (p. 26, uncredited)

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
undercover policeman; Sad Sack
Synopsis
Sad Sack becomes paranoid of a man who's following him and when Sack carelessly crashes through a meat store window the man turns out to be an undercover cop.
Keywords
accidental destruction; breaking glass; careless; cop; detective; nervous; paranoid; policeman; undercover

Indexer Notes

[pantomime; no dialogue]

[Chain of Champions] (Table of Contents: 29) (Expand) /

Old Nick; Bit-O-Honey / comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

The Gala Opening (Table of Contents: 30)

Sad Sack / text story / 1 page (report information)

Script
George Baker ? (p. 28 (realization)); Alfred Harvey ? (p. 28 (idea))
Pencils
George Baker
Inks
George Baker
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 28, uncredited)
Letters
typeset

Genre
humor; satire-parody
Characters
Sad Sack; scruffy dog
Synopsis
Sad Sack holds his grand opening shoe shine parlor during a heavy downpour.
Keywords
business; downpour; flooded; flooded out; flooding; grand opening; puddle; rained out; rainy; shoe shine; shoe shine parlor

Indexer Notes

The story behind the cover was likely owner/president/publisher Alfred Harvey's idea which was rendered as a sketch (pencils and inks) in collaboration with cartoonist George Baker. A miniature reproduction of the full-color cover complements this text story.

New Chapeau (Table of Contents: 31)

Winnie the Waitress / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Vic Herman (signed as Vic Herman) (pp. 29-30)
Pencils
Vic Herman (signed as Vic Herman) (pp. 29-30)
Inks
Vic Herman (signed as Vic Herman) (pp. 29-30)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (pp. 29-30, uncredited)
Letters
Vic Herman (signed as Vic Herman) (pp. 29-30)

Genre
humor; fashion; romance; teen
Characters
Winnie the Waitress; brunette; M'Sieur L'Adora; Dean Madame Smith; college girls; college boys
Synopsis
During free time Winnie puts on a red polka-dot bikini to work on her tan when shortly afterwards she's lustfully spotted by a visiting French designer, M'sieur L'Adora, just as she climbs into a compromising position atop a ladder* in a cherry tree. Startled, but falling harmlessly to the ground with her cherry basket strewn about, Winnie is cast in a fashion show by M'Sieur L'Adora.
Keywords
American college girls; beautiful; bikini; blonde; booty; cherries; cherries for dessert; cherry; cherry tree; chick; college girls; compromising; curves; dessert; dessert special; double entrendre; double meaning; Georgette Washington; good-looking; hot; lustful; lusty; romantic; shake her booty; shake it; tan; teen; young adult

Indexer Notes

Vic Herman's signature in lower right corner of panel 11 on page 30.

Vic Herman cleverly scripts and illustrates this borderline 'good girl' cartoon strip filled with double entendres that would escape comprehension by most children readers, yet likely appeal to older teen and young adult readers.

* This type of mature lusty/romantic story would probably have been rejected by the Comics Code Authority had it been in place five years earlier.

Can You Solve These Puzzlers? (Table of Contents: 32)

activity / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
George Baker (p. 31, Sad Sack thumbnail upper left)
Inks
George Baker (p. 31, Sad Sack thumbnail upper left)
Colors
Ken Selig ? (p. 31, uncredited)
Letters
typeset

Genre
humor
Synopsis
Activity page features four different puzzles with upside down answer key in lower right corner.
Keywords
puzzlers; puzzles; thinking games

The Birthday Present (Table of Contents: 33)

text story / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Colors
Ken Selig ?
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Tuesday was Clyde's birthday, and he knew exactly what he wanted.
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Clyde Hunt; Mr. Willoughby; Mr. Hunt
Synopsis
Despite initial skepticism, Clyde gets the giant Erector set he was wishing for as a birthday gift.
Keywords
birthday gift; construction; display; erector set; Erector set; toy store

[Monark Super Deluxe] (Table of Contents: 34) (Expand) /

comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

Gladiolus (Table of Contents: 35) (Expand) /

Michigan Bulb Co. / advertisement / 1 page (report information)

[Motor's Auto Repair Manual] (Table of Contents: 36) (Expand) /

comics-form advertising / 1 page (report information)

Red Ryder Daisy BB Guns (Table of Contents: 37) (Expand) /

Daisy BB Guns / advertisement / 1 page (report information)

Editing
Related Scans
Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [The Gala Opening]
    Sad Sack
  2. 1. Blondie Comics #19
  3. 2. Dick Tracy Comics 28
  4. 3. [Ace City Rodeo]
    The Sad Sack
  5. 4. Bobby Shelby and His Pals Form a Bike Safety Club
    Bobby Shelby
  6. 5. Extra Help
    The Sad Sack
  7. 6. All for One
    The Sad Sack
  8. 7. A Day's Work
    The Sad Sack
  9. 8. Don't Look Now
    The Sad Sack
  10. 9. Cost of Living
    The Sad Sack
  11. 10. Being Helpful
    The Sad Sack
  12. 11. Carrying Charges
    The Sad Sack
  13. 12. You Can't Win
    The Sad Sack
  14. 13. Room for Rent
    The Sad Sack
  15. 14. Rags to Riches
    The Sad Sack
  16. 15. [Town Hall]
    The Sad Sack
  17. 16. Water, Please
    The Sad Sack
  18. 17. Schwinn Black Phantom
    Schwinn Bicycle
  19. 18. Are You a Sad Sack?
    Are You a Sad Sack?
  20. 19. [Relax in the West]
    The Sad Sack
  21. 20. [Swell All-Purpose Jacket]
    Jacket
  22. 21. Fleer's Dubble Bubble Gum
    Dubble Bubble Gum
  23. 22. Stay on the Beam
    Delta Electric Company
  24. 23. Generous Guest
    The Sad Sack
  25. 24. Hit and Miss
    The Sad Sack
  26. 25. Win or Lose
    The Sad Sack
  27. 26. Split Decision
    The Sad Sack
  28. 27. Jobs for All
    The Sad Sack
  29. 28. Pursued
    The Sad Sack
  30. 29. [Chain of Champions]
    Old Nick; Bit-O-Honey
  31. 30. The Gala Opening
    Sad Sack
  32. 31. New Chapeau
    Winnie the Waitress
  33. 32. Can You Solve These Puzzlers?
  34. 33. The Birthday Present
  35. 34. [Monark Super Deluxe]
  36. 35. Gladiolus
    Michigan Bulb Co.
  37. 36. [Motor's Auto Repair Manual]
  38. 37. Red Ryder Daisy BB Guns
    Daisy BB Guns
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