The Australian Women's Weekly v2#21

Published
27 October 1934
Page count
48
Cover price
3d [0-0-3 AUP]
Colour
Black & white
Size
Magazine size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Matte colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Magazine series (no comics)
Branding
None

Credits

Editing
George Warnecke, editor

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Show/hide Cover No title recorded Cover, 1 page

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Writing
Phyllis Duncan-Brown, scripter [credited]
Art
Arthur Sharland Boothroyd, line art [credited as Boothroyd]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 1. Change of Heart Text story, ? pages

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Writing
Kathleen Norris, author [credited]
Art
A. Stuart Peterson, line art [credited]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 2. The Footprints of Diane Le Mar Text story, ? pages

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Writing
Margaret Craven, author [credited]
Art
A. J. Fischer, line art [credited as Fischer]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 3. Planning the Summer Wardrobe (The Fashion Parade) Text article, 1 page

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Feature
The Fashion Parade

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Writing
Jessie Tait, author [credited]
Art
Petrov, line art [signed]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 4. Untitled (From Sue to Lou) Comic story, 0.1 pages

"Dear Lou-- It is tue that there is plenty of blue…"

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Feature
From Sue to Lou

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Writing
Clarence Gettier, scripter [signed]
Art
Clarence Gettier, line art [signed]
Text
Clarence Gettier, letterer [signed]
Show/hide 5. The Magic of Mirror Text story, ? pages

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Writing
Stephen John Phillips, author [credited as Stephen Phillips]
Art
A. Stuart Peterson, line art [signed as A.S.P.] (illustration)
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 6. I Laugh at the Billowy Waves Text story, 0.5 pages

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Writing
L. W. Lower, author
Art
William Edwin Pidgeon, line art [credited as WEP]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 7. Untitled (Some New Laughs) Cartoon, 0.5 pages

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Feature
Some New Laughs

Credits

Writing
L. W. Lower, scripter [credited]
Art
Petrov, line art
 
Eyre Jr, line art [signed as Harry Eyre Jr.]
Text
, typeset
Show/hide 8. Untitled (Screen Oddities) Cartoon, 0.2 pages

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Feature
Screen Oddities

Credits

Writing
Roscoe Fawcett, scripter [credited as Captain Fawcett]
Art
Bud Thompson, line art [signed as Thompson]
Text
Bud Thompson, letterer [signed as Thompson]
Show/hide 9. Australian Is New Walt Disney Text article, 0.5 pages

"Our native bears succeed Mickey."

Credits

Writing
Muriel Segal, author

Notes

This article reports on an animated film 'Billy and Tilly in Harem Scarem' featuring Billy Bear and Tilly Bear, creations of Australian newspaper artist Dennis Connelly, which had been given a try-out in London. It praises Connelly as the Australiasn Walt Disney. In 1933, Connelly set up an animation studio in London and managed to secure a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in London to produce a series of six Billy and Tilly cartoons. Harem Scarem was the first, an eight-minute-long film that took a reported 25 artists four months to complete. Only four Billy and Tilly films were completed.

Show/hide 10. Untitled (In and Out of Society) Comic story, 0.2 pages

"Percy! Don't leave me!"

Featuring

Feature
In and Out of Society

Credits

Writing
William Edwin Pidgeon, scripter [credited as WEP]
Art
William Edwin Pidgeon, line art [credited as WEP]
Text
William Edwin Pidgeon, letterer [credited as WEP]
Show/hide 11. Untitled (Terry and Teddy the Terrible Twins) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Oh my goodness! The train to town leaves in five minutes an' here's me not even started!"

Featuring

Feature
Terry and Teddy the Terrible Twins

Credits

Writing
Eyre Jr, scripter [signed as Harry Eyre Jr.]
Art
Eyre Jr, line art [signed as Harry Eyre Jr.]
Text
Eyre Jr, letterer [signed as Harry Eyre Jr.]
Show/hide 12. Untitled (Connie's Letter) Text article, 0.1 pages

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Feature
Connie's Letter

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Writing
, author [as Connie]
Text
, typeset

Notes

Includes the first reference and subtle promotion for Fatty Finn's Weekly: "On Monday a little pal from Concord came in to see me, and he brought with him a lovely plant-stand that he had made for his mother. Naturally, I asked him where he had learned to make such a pretty plant-stand, and he told me that he had never learned at all, he had just followed the directions in the 'Fatty Finn's Weekly'."

Show/hide 13. Hold Out Your Hands (Solvol) Comics-form advertising, 0.2 pages

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Feature
Solvol

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Writing
, scripter
Art
, line art
Text
, letterer
Show/hide 14. Before the Dawn Insert or dust jacket, ? pages

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Writing
E. M. Baily, scripter
Art
, line art (illustration)
Text
, typeset

Notes

A digital copy of this issue is available at https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/4604091.

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  • 94034

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