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Issue: #6
Published: January 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: Printed by The Eastern Color Printing Co. Covers printed and books bound by The Curtiss Way Corp., Meriden, Conn.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Desi Arnaz
Credits: Pencils: Ed Moore | Inks: Ed Moore
Characters: Desi Arnaz

Comic Story (1 page) Kay Starr
Featuring: Sweetheart of the Juke Box
Synopsis: Profile of singer Kay Starr.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Kay Starr

Comic Story (4 pages) Lionel Hampton Rockin' Rhythm
Synopsis: Lionel goes from soda jerk to bandleader.
Credits: Pencils: Jimmy Thompson | Inks: Jimmy Thompson
Characters: Lionel Hampton Louis Armstrong Benny Goodman

Comic Story (5 pages) Betty Hutton
Synopsis: This is the short story of Betty Hutton's rise to fame from a street dancer to movie star and recording artist.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano | Inks: Jerry Fasano
Characters: Betty Hutton Vincent Lopez Arthur Treacher

Comic Story (2 pages) Imagine You Having Eyes for Me
Featuring: Nellie Lutcher
Synopsis: Brief profile of Nellie Lutcher plus the sheet music to one of her songs.
Credits: Script: Nellie Lutcher; Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube; typeset
Characters: Nellie Lutcher

Text Article (2 pages) Your Record Review
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (5 pages) Borrah Minevitch King of the Harmonica
Synopsis: Borrah Minevitch goes from selling papers to playing harmonica solos with an orchestra.
Credits: Pencils: Ed Moore | Inks: Ed Moore
Characters: Borrah Minevitch Dr. Hugo Reisenfeld

Advertisement (1 page) Hoppy Will Show You How to Play This Metal Harmonica
Featuring: Hopkinson Harmonica Co.
Synopsis: Ad for a Harmonica with instructions and a songbook.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (4 pages) Liltin' Martha Tilton Takes the Cake
Synopsis: Martha does her best to deliver a cake to a soldier.
Credits: Pencils: Chuck Winter | Inks: Chuck Winter
Characters: Martha Tilton

Comic Story (1 page) Gene Krupa, James Hardy, Symphony Sid, Bob Morrow, Fred Robbins
Synopsis: Spotlight on drummer Gene Krupa accompanied by caricatures and anecdotes about various disc ockeys around the country.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: PHil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Gene Krupa James Hardy Symphony Sid Bob Morrow Fred Robbins

Comic Story (6 pages) The Ranopama Dude Ranch
Featuring: Jivey and Groovy
Synopsis: Jivey, Groovy and the gang go to a dude ranch for a relaxing vacation.
Genre: Teen
Characters: Jivey Groovy

Comic Story (4 pages) Desi Arnaz...You Can't Keep a Good Man Down
Synopsis: The Arnaz family is exiled from Cuba during a revolution. Desi becomes a dancer, singer and conga player and organizes entertainment for the troops during World War II.
Credits: Pencils: Chu Hing | Inks: Chu Hing
Characters: Desi Arnaz Lucile Ball Xavier Cugat

Text Article (2 pages) America's Youngest Platter Spinner
Synopsis: Profile article about a six-year-old disc jockey for starion WOR.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Robin Morgan

Comic Story (4 pages) That Genial Irish Gentleman Art Mooney
Synopsis: Art's musical career is interrupted when he's drafted.
Credits: Pencils: Jay | Inks: Jay
Characters: Art Mooney

Comic Story (4 pages) Dick Haymes Jack of All Trades
Synopsis: Young Dick Haymes works as an actor, a singer, a band leader and a composer.
Credits: Pencils: Jim McArdle? | Inks: Jim McArdle?
Characters: Dick Haymes Johnny Johnson Harry James

Comic Story (4 pages) Bob Crosby The Edison Complex
Synopsis: Bob interviews a number of people with odd inventions.
Credits: Pencils: Gil Kane | Inks: Mike Roy
Characters: Bob Crosby

Comic Story (1 page) Lawrence Welk, Wilmouth Houdini, Morey Amsterdam, Tex Beneke, Cab Calloway
Synopsis: Spotlight on Lawrence Welk with caricatures and anecdotes about other performers.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Lawrence Welk Wilmouth Houdini Morey Amsterdam Tex Beneke Cab Calloway

Advertisement (1 page) Hurry on down for Nellie Lutcher's S-i-z-z-l-i-n-g New Album!
Featuring: Capitol Records
Synopsis: Ad for Nellie Lutcher's latest Capitol Record release CC-70.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Nellie Lutcher

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