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Al Capp Remembered
Elliott Caplin

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Recounts the forty-three years Alfred Gerald Caplin entertained, repelled, outraged, lauded, insulted and satirized hundreds of people, places, attitudes and conventions in the panels of his daily and Sunday comic strip "Li'l Abner."

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Cover of book is blue with a black and white illustration of a man sitting on a chair.  The title is coming from a bubble from his mouth.

Published 1994
LC: 93-079503 NC
156 pp.   6 3/4 x 10
23 b/w photos, 11 b/w illus.

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Paper $16.95 t
ISBN 978-0-87972-630-0
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