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Hoot Gibson Western (1950) 5 GD 2.0

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    Art by Jack Fisk and Jo Hogan. Numbering continues from My Love Story (1949 1st Series) #4. Western stories featuring early movie cowboy Hoot Gibson and other heroes of the range. How Hoot Gibson went from teen cowpoke to Western movie star; Sharp-shooting Cactus Nell helps her sheriff husband battle outlaws in Scrub Oaks; The true story of Wild Bill Hickok's death and the legendary Dead Man's Hand. Cowboy's Cowboy; Polka Dot Gang; Cactus Nell: Clue of the Red Clay; Death Was the Joker; Dry Gulch Trail. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10. Grade: GD 2.0 explanation of grade Condition: Used (collectible)

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