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Felix and the dream control
Bib ID 7381272
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Printer Sydney : Cresta Printing Co
Description Sydney : Elmsdale Publications, [1946] 
Sydney : Felix the Cat Enterprises 
44 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 14 x 22 cm 
Series

McGee Comics Collection.

Biography/History

Felix the cat was created by Australian-American cartoonist Pat Sullivan and American animator Otto Messmer.

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Felix the Cat (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Cats -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Australian
Form/genre Comics (Graphic works)
Other authors/contributors Sullivan, Pat, 1885-1933  |  Messmer, Otto, 1892-1983  |  Felix the Cat Enterprises (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Also Titled

Dream control

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