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Hairbreadth Harry / by F.O. Alexander
Bib ID 8535288
Format BookBook [text, still image, sheet]
Author
Alexander, F. O. (Franklin Osborne), artist
 
Description [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [193-?] 
1 sheet : coloured illustrations ; 30 cm 
Series

McGee Comics Collection.

Summary

Hairbreath Harry rescues a seemingly unconscious damsel in distress from a freezer and marries her before she regains consciousness. He leaves her in the garden to thaw out, and when he returns, finds her gone. It turns out the woman was a wax model custom made for a dress store.

Notes

Caption title.

This item is a coloured photocopy reproduction from an unknown comic. However, there is an advertisement for "Famous funnies" at the foot of the sheet.

Subjects Womanizers -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Mistaken identity -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Stupidity -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Form/genre Comics (Graphic works)

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