Cat.No: 313328 "Happy Grasshopper" America's first complete show for children: Talking Komics, trade mark, A product of the Belda Record & Publishing Co. (1947) -[with]- color-comics booklet (1948), titled identically. Frank - story Bonham, Mel Millar., "Tip" Corning, Daws Butler, Bob Bellem. Music Composed, Frank Hubbell, Daws Butler.

"Happy Grasshopper" America's first complete show for children: Talking Komics, trade mark, A product of the Belda Record & Publishing Co. (1947) -[with]- color-comics booklet (1948), titled identically.

Pasadena CA: Belda, 1947, 1948. Ephemera. Booklet and Illustrated sleeve only, two items of three, lacking the 10" disc that accompanied the first issue. The recording is represented in-text by a song printed on the back-page of booklet, showing music notation and several verses of a Bellem-authored lyric, "Ready for Winter", which concerns insect food and warmth gathering (goofily, of course). This comic is in good shape, a standard 10x7 inch production in four colors notable solely for its poor story qualities and uninspired artwork. The empty sleeve is split around three sides, the fourth side abraded and badly edgeworn.. but it is decorated with the comic characters, and no text is obliterated. We offer sleeve remnant and funnybook together for your floop collection ("floop": items that begger rational description).

Cat.No: 313328

Price: $25.00