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1951 Little Audrey Comic Strip - Al Buck - April 27 - Homework Problems - Railroad Train Station Information Booth

1951 Little Audrey Comic Strip - Al Buck - April 27 - Homework Problems - Railroad Train Station Information Booth

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Vintage Original 1951 Little Audrey Comic Strip

Originally Created By Steve Muffatt

This Specific Comic Strip Is Credited To Al Buck

King Features Syndicate, Inc.

Published April 27, 1951

Measures Approx. 7-5/8" Wide by 2-7/8" Tall

In Good Vintage Condition - Very Little Wear, Trimmed Edges From Newspaper, Some Paper Toning Due To Age And Watermarked That Is Not On The Comic Strip

"Little Audrey" emerged in 1947 from Famous Studios as a witty and charming cartoon character. She was created when the studio needed a new character similar to Little Lulu, whom they could fully own. With Steve Muffatti's creative direction, Audrey became a hit, known for her playful adventures and humorous antics. By 1951, the daily comic strip featured Al Buck's artwork, bringing Audrey's stories to newspapers. Today, "Little Audrey" is remembered not just for the laughs she brought, but also for what she revealed about life in the 1950s.

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