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> Who Remembers The Dandy, ...Korky The Cat and others
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post 7th Sep 2007, 08:12pm
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QUOTE (Melody @ 13th Aug 2007, 03:45 PM) *
The Bunty and the Judy I remember most, it was great being a wean sure it was. smile.gif

bunty and judy, me too, the 4 mary's???
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post 7th Sep 2007, 10:23pm
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Aye George, I remember the Film Fun and there was another magazine call the Picturegoer, do you remember it?
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post 7th Sep 2007, 10:40pm
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cover from 1966 and look who's on the back

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I only want to be with you
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post 7th Sep 2007, 10:45pm
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Wow Murn, that is a terrific picture of Dusty. One of the best I've seen.
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post 7th Sep 2007, 10:59pm
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remember lookin forward to Christmas cause there wis always one or two books usually the Beano and the Bunty

lets not forget the Topper
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post 8th Sep 2007, 06:47pm
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I was a prolific reader even when I was a wee tot ( 50's - 60's ). my favourite comics were, Bunty and Judy, my wee sis used to get the cut out doll on the back with all it's paper clothes and stick them in her scrap book. My favourite story in the Judy was of ' Valda ' if I remember rightly she had lived for thousands of years and used to go into a cave up in the mountains and bath in an ice fire to regenerate!!!!!! lol. I also used to get boys comics as I read my dad's wee Commando books. I got the Victor and Hotspur and Sparky, I loved Alf Tupper and his going to the chippy. Then I got older and wow I progressed onto the Jackie...
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post 8th Sep 2007, 11:36pm
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Hi Jinty, do you remember which comic the 4 Mary's was in?
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post 9th Sep 2007, 01:09am
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the 4marys were in the bunty am sure its the bunty deffo it was the longest story written for girls in a comic it was stopped in 2001 sad day eh


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post 9th Sep 2007, 02:12am
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that was my favourite, always wanted tae go to boardin school and be jist like them smile.gif
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post 9th Sep 2007, 06:37pm
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Murn,
I think the 4 Marys were in either the School Friend or the Girl's Crystal. I wanted to go to boarding school too!
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post 10th Sep 2007, 06:44am
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Murn, Stuartys right it was the Bunty, I've looked all over the internet to find out what their names were to no avail. I'm sure one was called Mary Radcliffe. I also remember ' wee Slavey ' .
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post 10th Sep 2007, 06:50am
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The Four Mary's - Radleigh, Simpson, Field and Cotter...biggrin.gif


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post 10th Sep 2007, 07:19am
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Oh I mind o wee slavey as well Jinty , long time since I heard of her, mind the bunty and the 4 Mary's


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post 10th Sep 2007, 07:31am
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Yes, you're right. It was the Bunty! My Dad bought my sisters and me comics every day - Bunty, Judy, Beano, Dandy, Beezer, Topper and the Bimbo for the youngest! Must be why we're all great readers nowadays.
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post 10th Sep 2007, 06:16pm
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look what I found biggrin.gif

Lady Mary Radleigh was known as "Raddy",but she was down-to-earth and didn't like people to use her title.She had shoulder-length blonde hair.Her father,the Earl of Radleigh,was one of the school governors.The other Marys would often go and stay at their home (I think it was called Radleigh Hall or something like that) in the holidays.

Mary Simpson,known as "Simpy",was a scholarship girl,and had long, wavy black hair.She had originally gone to a school in Ironboro,a comprehensive I think.Mabel and Veronica used to be mean to her because unlike them (and I think most of the other pupils), her parents hadn't paid to send her to the school.

Mary Cotter,known as "Cotty" was the artistic one,and sometimes won photography and painting competitions.She had long,straight black hair and sometimes wore glasses for reading etc.

Mary Field,known as "Fieldy",had a black,straight bob-cut,and was very sporty.She was especially good at hockey.

Always thought Simpson looked like my sister, same hair.
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