Smith's Weekly v20#19

Published
9 July 1938
Page count
34
Cover price
4d [0-0-4 AUP]
Colour
Black & white
Size
Tabloid
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Black & white
Binding
Folded
Format
Newspaper series (no comics)

Credits

Editing
, editor

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover No title recorded Cover, 1 page
Show/hide 1. Nothing New ("Smith's" Vaudevillians) Comic story, 0.2 pages

"Anything in the paper?"

Featuring

Feature
"Smith's" Vaudevillians
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
Stan Cross, scripter [credited]
Art
Stan Cross, line art [credited]
Text
Stan Cross , letterer
Show/hide 2. Putting His Foot in It (Oigle) Comic story, 0.2 pages

"Thanks for the present Auntie Nellie!"

Featuring

Feature
Oigle
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
Joe Jonsson, scripter [credited]
Art
Joe Jonsson, line art [credited]
Text
Joe Jonsson , letterer
Show/hide 3. Untitled (Syb and Sue) Comic story, 0.2 pages

"Tom's got a broken heart--"

Featuring

Feature
Syb and Sue

Credits

Writing
Joan Morrison, scripter [credited as Morrison]
Art
Joan Morrison, line art [credited as Morrison]
Text
, letterer
Show/hide 4. Untitled (Cap'n Yonsson) Comic story, 0.2 pages

"By yumping yupiter! Paint spilled all ofer der decks!"

Featuring

Feature
Cap'n Yonsson
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
George Donaldson, scripter [credited as Donaldson]
Art
George Donaldson, line art [credited as Donaldson]
Text
George Donaldson , letterer
Show/hide 5. Untitled [The King is a Donkey] (Little King) Comic story, 0.2 pages

Featuring

Feature
Little King
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
Otto Soglow, scripter [credited as O. Soglow]
Art
Otto Soglow, line art [credited as O. Soglow]
Show/hide 6. Untitled (You and Me) Comic story, 0.2 pages

"Hullo! Hullo! This is a pleasant surprise."

Featuring

Feature
You and Me
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
Stan Cross, scripter [credited]
Art
Stan Cross, line art [credited]
Text
Stan Cross , letterer
Show/hide 7. To Small for His Boots Cartoon, 0.2 pages

"The only trouble with our Minister for Defence, says Sir Henry Gullett, is that the job is too big for him!"

Featuring

Genre
Advocacy

Credits

Writing
Jim Russell, scripter [signed]
Art
Jim Russell, line art [signed]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 8. The Glass People ('Red' Gregory) Comic story, 0.6 pages

Featuring

Feature
'Red' Gregory
Genre
Adventure

Credits

Writing
Syd Miller, scripter [signed]
Art
Syd Miller, line art [signed]
Text
Syd Miller, letterer
Show/hide 9. Untitled (Inspector Scott of Scotland Yard) Comic story, 0.4 pages

Featuring

Feature
Inspector Scott of Scotland Yard
Genre
Detective-Mystery

Credits

Writing
George Edwards, original scripter
Art
Jim Russell, line art
Text
Jim Russell , letterer

Notes

This is the first episode of a new adventure.

Show/hide 10. Seeing the Winter Through Cartoon, 1 page

Credits

Art
Joe Jonsson, line art
 
George Donaldson, line art
 
Marie Horseman, line art
 
Joan Morrison, line art
 
Stan Cross, line art
 
Jim Russell, line art

Notes

A series of cartoons with the theme of winter.

Show/hide 11. Untitled (Dad and Dave in Snake Gully) Comic story, 2 pages

Featuring

Feature
Dad and Dave in Snake Gully
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
George Edwards, original scripter
Art
Stan Cross, line art [signed]
Text
Stan Cross , letterer
Show/hide 12. Untitled (David & Dawn) Comic story, 2 pages

Featuring

Feature
David & Dawn
Genre
Fantasy-Supernatural

Credits

Writing
George Edwards, original scripter
Art
Hartmut Lahm, line art [credited as H. Lahm]
Text
Hartmut Lahm , letterer

Notes

The Smith's Weekly comic supplement begins in this issue. This issue also includes artwork by Hal Quinlan, Emile Mercier, Joe Jonsson, Marie Horseman, Joan Morrison, Charles Hallett, Lance Mattinson and Syd Miller.

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  • 93537

Entry created

  • 15/01/2022

Cover added

  • 15/01/2022

Last updated

  • 15/01/2022