(June 1978)

Harvey, 1977 Series
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Price
0.50 USD
Pages
52
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
On-sale Date
1978-03-16
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Harvey Publications, Inc.
Brand
Harvey World
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Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog / cover / 1 page (report information)

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Tee-hee! Dollar doesn't catch anything less than a thousand dollars!
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Dollar; Freckles Friendly
Synopsis
Richie tosses a bundle of banknotes - supposedly more than a thousand dollars worth - for Dollar to catch, and Freckles remarks about it.

Allowance (Table of Contents: 1)

Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Here's your weekly allowance, Richie! Enjoy it, and be sure to save some for a rainy day!
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Richard Rich, Sr.; Dollar
Synopsis
Richie receives his allowance from his father, reminds him to "save some for a rainy day". Richie gives a portion of it to Dollar, and Richie teaches Dollar that allowances is very useful - especially when it comes to buying something you want, and giving to the needy. But when a rain storm develops, Richie did literally save for a rainy day - he purchased umbrellas for Dollar and he.
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Richie Rich / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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Oh, boy! That looks like a real swell wave!
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Richie Rich
Synopsis
Richie is unable to go to the beach, so he decided to go surfing - in the estate's private swimming pool, with the help of a wave-making machine.
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Keywords
surfing

Music Dog (Table of Contents: 3)

Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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You are making very nice progress, master Richie!
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Dollar; Professor Forte (music teacher); Cadbury; Bascomb (in silhouette); Richard Rich, Sr.
Synopsis
After observing Richie's piano lesson, Dollar dreams he can play a piano better, and even gets booked for a world tour where he shows off, appearing on television to perform a tune playing four pianos at once, using all of his paws, and ends up getting rave reviews, appearing on magazine and newspaper covers (including Life Magazine). Unfortunately, Dollar ends up developing "pawitis" and was saddened. After he wakes up, he realizes he had a daymare, and struggles at playing the piano for hours as if he was trying to remember something.
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piano

Penny the Kid (Table of Contents: 4)

Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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We'll let your cousin Penny take a nap while I visit with your mother, Richie!
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Dollar; Penny Van Dough; Vanessa Van Dough; Regina Rich (mentioned)
Synopsis
Inspired by a western movie, Penny rides on Dollar's back like she was a cowboy riding a horse, impresses two girls, and even defeats a bully's tactics. When she returns to her crib, she is seen sleeping, wearing a cowboy hat and a sheriff's badge.
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Fit for a King (Table of Contents: 5)

Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Bascomb is ready to drive you to the airport, Chef Pierre!
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Dollar; Chef Pierre; Bascomb; Richard Rich, Sr.; Cadbury
Synopsis
Chef Pierre travels to a foreign country to prepare a formal dinner for a royal monarch, but Dollar stows away and causes chaos as usual. The royal monarch receives a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, implying that Dollar ate the food Pierre prepared, and switched it with the sandwich. Pierre was displeased, despite that the monarch actually enjoyed the sandwich.
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Something Simple (Table of Contents: 6)

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

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But gee, Gloria! I'd like to bring you a gift when I come to see you!
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Gloria Glad; florist; doll shop salespeople; candy stand clerk
Synopsis
Richie wants to bring Gloria a gift. She tells him to bring something simple like a candy bar, and he realizes how angry she'll be if he fails to fulfill her wishes. However, he ends up with several large gifts for free, but out of coincidence. He does buy a candy bar, but it cracks, and he is required to pay for it, but only has a $100 bill and is willing to take a lot of small denominations. Upon arrival to Gloria's doorstep, he delivers an assortment of items that are all but simple, prompting Richie to explain the situation.
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Richie Rich / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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While we're away in Europe, do anything to make little cousin Emil happy, Richie!
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Richie Rich; Regina Rich; Richard Rich, Sr.; Cadbury; Cousin Emil; Parkins
Synopsis
Emil wants to see a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow - and Richie vows to help him out the next day. The next day came, and Emil gets his wish fulfilled! But little does Emil know that it was actually an arc prop that was painted by a staff person with multiple colors.
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Little Dot Meets Uncle Sneezer (Table of Contents: 8)

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

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My! It's quiet around here today!
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Dot Polka; Mrs. Polka; Uncle Sneezer
Synopsis
Dot learns that her uncle's sneezes can be useful, even though she is dismayed over his sneezing frightening animals away.
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Little Lotta / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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You bought slacks to play tennis in, Lotta?
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Lotta Plump; Dot Polka
Synopsis
Lotta buys a pair of pants, which are intended to be worn while playing tennis. Unfortunately, the pants shrink.
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Little Dot / comic story / 1 page (report information)

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Thanks for inviting me to see your paintings, Uncle Arty!
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Dot Polka; Uncle Arty
Synopsis
Dot plays an art critic.
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Crazy Mixed-Up Night (Table of Contents: 11)

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

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Where are you going, Lotta?
Genre
humor; children
Characters
Lotta Plump; Ma Plump; Pa Plump; Mr. Polka; Mrs. Polka; Dot Polka
Synopsis
Dot believes she hears burglars in the house.
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. ["Tee-hee! Dollar doesn't catch anything less than a thousand dollars!"]
    Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog
  2. 1. Allowance
    Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog
  3. 2. ["Oh, boy! That looks like a real swell wave!"]
    Richie Rich
  4. 3. Music Dog
    Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog
  5. 4. Penny the Kid
    Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog
  6. 5. Fit for a King
    Richie Rich and Dollar the Dog
  7. 6. Something Simple
    Richie Rich
  8. 7. ["While we're away in Europe, do anything to make little cousin Emil happy, Richie!"]
    Richie Rich
  9. 8. Little Dot Meets Uncle Sneezer
    Little Dot
  10. 9. ["You bought slacks to play tennis in, Lotta?"]
    Little Lotta
  11. 10. ["Thanks for inviting me to see your paintings, Uncle Arty!"]
    Little Dot
  12. 11. Crazy Mixed-Up Night
    Little Lotta
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