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Displaying 1 to 75 of 75 results matching your search for '"Jack Tippit"'.
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[STORY] Little Monsters, The / The Little Monsters / comic story / 126 pages (from US The Little Monsters (Ace Books, 1952 series) #S-145 (1956))
[STORY] ["Then I said 'Step outside and say that!' not realizing at the time we were on the third floor."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#5 (August 4 1956))
[STORY] ["Oh, Miss Barnes... I'll bet you can't guess what that Simpkins kid has!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#11 (September 15 1956))
[STORY] ["I don't have anything against you in particular, Harold... I despise all boys your age."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#14 [13] (September 29, 1956))
[STORY] The Hospital / cartoon / 9 pages (from US Dear Patient (Physicians Publications, 1957 series) (1957))
[STORY] My Patient / cartoon / 7 pages (from US Dear Patient (Physicians Publications, 1957 series) (1957))
[STORY] ["Well, I kinda hoped to get enough to pay off a thousand-dollar milk bill that's been worrying me."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#29 (January 19, 1957))
[STORY] ["Hello, Mr. Gordy - this is Mrs. O'Toole. I want a dozen eggs, loaf of bread, bacon..."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#34 (February 23, 1957))
[STORY] ["Don't forget pop, I'm just letting you carry it as far as Butch Simpkin's house."] / cartoon / 0.34 pages (from US Pennsylvania Angler (Pennsylvania Fish Commission, 1931 series) #v26#3 (March 1957))
[STORY] ["Well, that's what you say when a big one gets away!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Pennsylvania Angler (Pennsylvania Fish Commission, 1931 series) #v26#3 (March 1957))
[STORY] ["how are you at the little menial tasks everybody abhors?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#37 (March 16, 1957))
[STORY] ["While I'm here, could I interest you in some flower seeds, greeting cards, novelties...?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#43 (April 27, 1957))
[STORY] ["Now, if there are no further questions, somebody cut the deck and I'll deal."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#52 (June 29, 1957))
[STORY] ["Why didn't we think of that?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#20 (November 16, 1957))
[STORY] ["Say, J. B., what's this I hear about you getting an ulcer?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#27 (January 4, 1958))
[STORY] ["You realize, of course, this automatically removes you from our mailing list."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#35 (March 1, 1958))
[STORY] ["They're starting off on a limited budget."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#2 (July 12, 1958))
[STORY] ["I'd like to marry you, Edith, but I can't afford the premiums on the insurance I sold you."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#15 (October 11, 1958))
[STORY] ["Well, actually, I'm not too fond of diced bananas with catchup and horse-radish myself. What are some of your other dislikes?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#17 (October 25, 1958))
[STORY] ["That's enough!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#17 (October 25, 1958))
[STORY] ["Well, sis-boom-bah!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#19 (November 8, 1958))
[STORY] ["He averages three colds to a case."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#19 (November 8, 1958))
[STORY] ["You two aren't supposed to be up!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#21 (November 22, 1958))
[STORY] ["...and to my old army buddy..."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#22 (November 29, 1958))
[STORY] ["How about a little tonic above the timber line?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#36 (March 7, 1959))
[STORY] ["Nice material... hope you don't get blood on it."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US TV Girls and Gags (Pocket Magazines, 1954 series) #v6#3 (May 1959))
[STORY] [Dog with Glasses] / comic story / 1 page (from US TV Girls and Gags (Pocket Magazines, 1954 series) #v6#3 (May 1959))
[STORY] ["Do you mean me... coach?"] / cartoon / 0.5 pages (from US TV Girls and Gags (Pocket Magazines, 1954 series) #v6#3 (May 1959))
[STORY] ["I hope you're not one of those love 'em and leave 'em types!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US TV Girls and Gags (Pocket Magazines, 1954 series) #v6#3 (May 1959))
[STORY] ["Nice try, Gladys."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US TV Girls and Gags (Pocket Magazines, 1954 series) #v6#3 (May 1959))
[STORY] ["She's in the bathtub with Mr. Jenkins right now."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#47 (May 23, 1959))
[STORY] ["...And what does the kitty cat say?... That's right!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#21 (November 21, 1959))
[STORY] ["Actually, the M stands for 'Mother'."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#21 (November 21, 1959))
[STORY] ["Actually, the M stands for 'Mother'."] / cartoon / 0.125 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#26 (December 26, 1959))
[STORY] ["Isn't that a strip of bacon you're wearing?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#26 (December 26, 1959))
[STORY] ["Reflexes normal."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#31 (January 30, 1960))
[STORY] ["You're right, Helen.... We are eating the charcoal. The steaks are still in here."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v77#7 (July 1960))
[STORY] This Dizzy Day and Age / cartoon / 4 pages (from US Cartoons and Gags (Marvel, 1959 series) #v3#4 (August 1960))
[STORY] ["Have a nice vacation, dear."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v233#6 (August 6, 1960))
[STORY] ["It begins, 'Holy mackerel!...'"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v233#8 (August 20, 1960))
[STORY] ["I'm only starting to school, mother - not going off to war."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v233#10 (September 3, 1960))
[STORY] ["I warned you about letting him order the cake!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v233#16 (October 15, 1960))
[STORY] ["Well, pardners, guess I'll be moseying along."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#4 (January 28, 1961))
[STORY] ["Ouch."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#6 (February 11, 1961))
[STORY] ["Now, try to remember - what was the next thing I told you?"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#9 (March 4, 1961))
[STORY] ["New bifocals, Eddie boy?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#10 (March 11, 1961))
[STORY] ["It only hurts when I cackle."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#15 (April 15, 1961))
[STORY] ["W. Clifton D.V.M."] / comic story / 0.33 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#23 (June 10, 1961))
[STORY] ["To whom did you wish to sing?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#26 (July 1, 1961))
[STORY] ["This end up"] / comic story / 0.33 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#29 (July 22, 1961))
[STORY] ["I couldn't sleep."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#31 (August 5, 1961))
[STORY] ["It will be covered by a red tile roof and a back-breaking mortgage"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#32 (August 12, 1961))
[STORY] ["It's good to hear your voice, too, but you have the wrong number."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#32 (August 12, 1961))
[STORY] ["And how long have you harbored this feeling of being a nobody?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#33 (August 19, 1961))
[STORY] ["Thanks Ed. Now pass the salt."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#35 (September 2, 1961))
[STORY] ["Stanley will leave his mark in the world...a crushed pillow."] / cartoon / 0.21 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v235#45 (December 15, 1962))
[STORY] ["Isn't that a strip of bacon you're wearing?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["I'm only starting to school, mother - not going off to war."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["She's in the bathtub with Mr. Jenkins right now."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["New bifocals, Eddie boy?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["Now, if there are no further questions, somebody cut the deck and I'll deal."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["Well, I kinda hoped to get enough to pay off a thousand-dollar egg bill that's been worrying me."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["You realize, of course, this automatically removes you from our mailing list."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["...And what does the kitty cat say?... That's right!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["This end up"] / comic story / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["You've got to start somewhere, I always say."] / cartoon / 118 ? pages (from US Looking over Your Shoulder: Cartoons from Look Magazine (E. P. Dutton, 1965 series) (1965))
[STORY] ["Ball, soldier!"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Sick (Prize, 1960 series) #v5#6 [36] (May 1965))
[STORY] ["But I keep getting sand in my eyes!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v82#6 (June 1965))
[STORY] ["I don't remember his name, but we're kicked each other once or twice at recess."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v83#3 (March 1966))
[STORY] Best Cartoons of the Year / comic story / 90 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Dell, 1968 series) #0504 (April 1968))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / cartoon / 1 page (from ES Mortadelo (Editorial Bruguera, 1970 series) #12 (15 de febrero de 1971))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / comic story / 39.75 pages (from US The Comics: An Illustrated History of Comic Strip Art (Berkley Books, 1976 series) (November 1976))
[STORY] Corto Maltese i Sibirien / Corto Maltese / comic story / 99 pages (from SE Corto Maltese i Sibirien (Medusa, 1987 series) (1987))
[STORY] The Romantic Duchess / Corto Maltese / comic story / 14 pages (from US Corto Maltese (IDW, 2014 series) #7 - In Siberia (February 2017))
[STORY] The Savage Division / Corto Maltese / comic story / 24 pages (from US Corto Maltese (IDW, 2014 series) #7 - In Siberia (February 2017))

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