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VIDEO pjlazenby 12th Dec 2012 No worries Hawkmarty - not um heap big problem. (Can I still say that? I've just read on Wiki that in more recent times some earlier strips have been reprinted, but with the cod-Native American 'dialogue' dropped). Hawkmarty 12th Dec 2012 In that case it might be Bob McGrath .
I have no idea why I said 80s or 90s when the 7" is 1971. I think I'll chalk that one up to a late shift at work and crave your collective indulgences. Deepinder Cheema 11th Dec 2012 Its the artist who did The Three Bears who also turned his hand to Little Plum. This was classic Beano of the 1970's. pjlazenby 11th Dec 2012 Er...it's 1971, and looks just like the character (whose name I forget) did when I read the Beano later in the '70s. Wouldn't know about the artist. Hawkmarty 11th Dec 2012 Probably 80s or 90s then. Definitely not Leo Baxendale and too stylised for David Law... pjlazenby 11th Dec 2012 It's a frame from 'Little Plum', isn't it? Hawkmarty 11th Dec 2012 That bear looks like it was drawn by someone from the Beano. Please login or join 45cat to add your comment about this record.