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Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 1

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 2

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    Cover pencils by Warren Kremer. Untitled one-page story; Richie buries a crook in gold coins. Untitled one-page story; Richie has to get home for his music lesson. "The Most Treasured Possession"; Uncle Roger chooses between Richie and Reggie to name as his sole heir. Untitled one-page story; Bobbie bores her friend to sleep with a bedtime story. Untitled one-page story; Zelda unravels Jerry's new sweater by pulling on a loose thread. "The Spook House"; Richie, Freckles and Pee Wee explore an old abandoned mansion, while Reggie tried to trick them into believing it is haunted. Untitled one-page story; Dot and Lotta play a trick on the boy fishing next to them. Untitled one-page story; Lotta vacuums under the sofa without waking her napping father. "Blimpy"; Lotta steals an elephant from the zoo when she mistakenly thinks they're getting rid of it. "His Honor, Franklin Frog" text story. "Camille the Chameleon" text story. "Icy Film"; Reggie flies to the arctic to make an adventure film about himself. "Boy Wonder"; Richie learns how his great-great grandfather originally amassed the Rich fortune. "Spotty Trading"; Dot starts out with a spotted frog she finds and keeps trading up until she ends up with a new car and five hundred dollars. "Spoiled Boy"; Richie meets the worlds richest man and it's not his father. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 3

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 4

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 5

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    Untitled one-page story; Richie dresses as a street urchin to win a costume prize at the charity ball. "A Swell Time"; Richie takes Gloria to his amusement park. Untitled one-page story; Lotta finds a diner that makes sandwiches to order. "Contact"; Lotta finds a powerful electro-magnet and tries to return it to its owner. "The Mimic Gimmick"; When she helps a peddler, Dot is rewarded with a whistle that can make a variety of sounds. "Chicken Soup" text story. "Leap Frog" text story. "A Mistake"; While Mr. Rich is angry at Richie over a broken vase, the rest of the family tries to cheer Richie up. "Early To Bed"; Richie gets a lecture on the value of going to bed early. "For The Birds"; Gloria gives Richie a pet parakeet named Jo-Jo. "Uncle Tape's Speedy Fixer"; Dot receives a spray-can that can create instant bandages as a gift from her uncle Tape. "Singing Sensation"; Lotta tries to become a singing star. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #6
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 6

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 7

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 8

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    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 9

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  • Issue #10
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 10

    Untitled one-page story; Richie and a repairman are perplexed when the machine that dispenses Richie's allowance continuously pours out piles of cash. "Something Simple"; Richie wants to bring Gloria a gift; She tells him to bring something simple, and he knows that she will be upset if he spends much money. Untitled one-page story; Lotta's pants shrink. "The Boy and the Butler"; When Mr. Rich can't join Richie for a planned hiking trip, he asks their butler Cadbury to go in his place. "Little Dot Meets Uncle Sneezer"; Dot is dismayed when her uncle's sneezing scares off animals during their walk, but then she learns that his sneezes can be useful too. "The Friend" text story. "Modesty" text story. "Crazy Mixed-Up Night"; Dot thinks she hears burglars in the house. "Mystery of the Catman"; To earn money for their club treasury, Richie and his pals try catching a famous jewel thief called the Catman in order to collect the reward money. "Extra-Special Care"; While Richie parents are away, the estate staff care good care of Richie—a little too good in Richie's opinion. "Uncle Piltdown"; Lotta tells two skeptical boys about an expedition she went on with her Uncle Piltdown to explore the dinosaur-filled "Lost Plateau." "Duck's Suit" text story. "Brownie's Honor" text story. "Sure Cure"; When Lotta gets a case of the hiccups, Dot makes several attempts to "cure" her by giving her a scare. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #11
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 11

    "Uncle Spender"; Mr. Rich asks Richie to stop his Uncle Spender from squandering any money. The "Convertible Convertible"; Richie's Uncle Bright gives him an experimental car which can transform into many configurations; When crooks try to steal it, they get more than they bargained for. Untitled one-page story; Due to business obligations, Mr. Rich can't bring Richie and his pals to the lake for a fishing expedition. "Little Dot and the Wishing Well"; Dot and Lotta make wishes after throwing coins in a wishing well. "The Unafraid Cat" text story. "Lesson In Love" text story. Hot Stuff, The Little Devil ad. "Tough To Be Normal"; Lotta wishes that she were an ordinary girl. "Snobsdale"; Richie and Gloria visit the elitist town of Snobsville. "Busy Kids"; Richie goes into business with two other boys selling lemonade. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. "Uncle Brane's Instant Ray"; Dot's uncle gives her a device that will change her into a boy, an old man or an old woman at the touch of a button. "The Turtle Who Lost His Head" text story. Wendy, the Good Little Witch ad. Sad Sack ad. "Growing Pains" text story. "The Moon Maiden"; On her way to a costume party, Lotta is mistaken for a space invader. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #12
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 12

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    Untitled one-page story; Richie asks Bascomb to paint the limousine blue so that Gloria will not know that it is solid gold. "Ironsides"; Mr. Rich hires a new butler named Ironsides who proves to be a little too efficient. Untitled one-page story; Two carpenters send Lotta to find them a board stretcher. "Richer Richie"; Richie dreams that his Uncle Wealthy gives him the ability to multiply valuable items. "Future Champ"; Lotta imagines what the Olympics will be like in the future. "Birthday Present" text story. Casper, The Friendly Ghost ad. "The Smart Boy" text story. Sad Sack ad. "Little Dot and Uncle Rags"; Dot escorts her poorly-dressed uncle to the train station. "The Time Machine"; Richie goes back in time to visit his ancestor Midas, the founder of the Rich fortune. "Reggie Tests the Butler"; When Cadbury fills in for the Van Doughs' regular butler, Reggie plays pranks on him to test his composure. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. "The Initiation"; Lotta wishes to join the Centipedes' club, but must first pass their initiation. "Not So Lucky" text story. "Work, Work, Work!" text story. "Super Pogo Stick"; Dot takes a pogo stick from a pile of her uncle's discarded inventions and finds that it bounces much higher than the normal variety. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #13
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 13

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    Untitled one-page story; When Pee Wee begins sinking into a huge pile of gold coins that Richie and his pals are playing on, Richie breaks out the beach toys to keep them "afloat." "The Super Garden": Richie shows Gloria some of the gigantic and specially-developed plants and insects in his estate gardens, but likes his own simple garden the best. Untitled one-page story; Lotta hides in a stump to scare a cat away from a bird's nest in a tree, and ends up scaring a would-be apple-picker in the process. "Leave It To Bascomb"; Bascomb is determined to get Richie to his appointment, regardless of whatever obstacles may arise. "Special Delivery"; Lotta must deliver a valuable briefcase to an important client of her father. "Greatest Show" text story. "First Prize" text story. "Dot Problem Child"; Dot is sent to the school psychologist because she draws dots instead of a normal picture while in class. Untitled two-page story; Lotta imagines what she would do to make her city more beautiful. "Richie's Richie"; Richie imagines that he and Gloria grow up to marry and have a son much like himself; He envisions a son who would be very pampered and who cringes at the thought of getting dirty or infected by germs. "Mr. Sharp Eyes"; Mr. Rich hires a new estate guard who has a reputation for noticing minor details and Richie decides to test his abilities. "Playing Hookey"; Lotta rushes out the door in the morning so that she is not late for school, but ends up arriving after the morning bell. "The Dress" text story. "Coffee Capers" text story. "The Finding Dots"; When Dot gets sick, she sees dots before her eyes which seem to lead her to find things that are lost. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #14
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 14

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  • Issue #15
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 15

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    Untitled one-page story; Reggie places a fake Van Dough property marker near a gold mine on Richie's property. "Richie Rich and Our Man Cadbury"; Mrs. Rich describes Cadbury as the perfect butler, saying that he knows how to carry out everything he's asked to do; Richie agrees that he's a great butler, but decides to test Cadbury on a few non-butlerish tasks—namely in the area of sports. Untitled one-page story; Lotta takes advantage of an all you can eat special. "Granite Hill"; To celebrate the anniversary of the day they first met, Richie commissions a huge sculpture of Gloria. Untitled one-page story; Jerry the Jinx uses a squirt gun to paint his bike. "Little Lotta and Hercules"; Lotta goes to a museum, where a statue of Hercules comes to life and spends the day with her. "Save-ty First" text story. "Greatest Show" text story. "Uncle Branes' Robots"; Uncle Branes' robots play butler and maid at a dinner party for Mr. Polka's boss, Mr. Sterling Silverspoon. "Richie Rich and the Expert"; While Mr. Rich is away, an efficiency expert tries to replace everyone with machines. "Little Dot and the Strange Pox"; Dot and Lotta come down with a one-day illness that temporarily switches their physical qualities and personalities. "The Lifeguard"; When Lotta is not hired as a Lifeguard, she goes to the beach to prove she can do the job. "The Ambitious Ant" text story. "The Riddle" text story. "Reggie's Bad Weather Machine"; Cousin Reggie tries to use a weather control machine to ruin Richie and Gloria's picnic. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    Untitled one-page story; Reggie places a fake Van Dough property marker near a gold mine on Richie's property. "Richie Rich and Our Man Cadbury"; Mrs. Rich describes Cadbury as the perfect butler, saying that he knows how to carry out everything he's asked to do; Richie agrees that he's a great butler, but decides to test Cadbury on a few non-butlerish tasks—namely in the area of sports. Untitled one-page story; Lotta takes advantage of an all you can eat special. "Granite Hill"; To celebrate the anniversary of the day they first met, Richie commissions a huge sculpture of Gloria. Untitled one-page story; Jerry the Jinx uses a squirt gun to paint his bike. "Little Lotta and Hercules"; Lotta goes to a museum, where a statue of Hercules comes to life and spends the day with her. "Save-ty First" text story. "Greatest Show" text story. "Uncle Branes' Robots"; Uncle Branes' robots play butler and maid at a dinner party for Mr. Polka's boss, Mr. Sterling Silverspoon. "Richie Rich and the Expert"; While Mr. Rich is away, an efficiency expert tries to replace everyone with machines. "Little Dot and the Strange Pox"; Dot and Lotta come down with a one-day illness that temporarily switches their physical qualities and personalities. "The Lifeguard"; When Lotta is not hired as a Lifeguard, she goes to the beach to prove she can do the job. "The Ambitious Ant" text story. "The Riddle" text story. "Reggie's Bad Weather Machine"; Cousin Reggie tries to use a weather control machine to ruin Richie and Gloria's picnic. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #16
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 16
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    Cover pencils by Warren Kremer. Untitled one-page story; Richie goes back to sleep for an extra minute to finish a dream. "Cooped Up"; When Richie must stay inside because of a cold, his cousin discovers all the different things to do inside the Rich mansion. "Please Don't Leave Me"; Richie dreams that Cadbury wins the Irish Sweepstakes. Untitled one-page story; Dot buys some sheet music because the notes look like dots. "The Extraordinary Dot Remover"; Dot gets in trouble with her Uncle Branes' new invention—a gadget which removes dots. "The Selling Stand" article; Instructions on how to set-up a sidewalk stand to sell lemonade, hot chocolate, etc. "Kitchen Kandy" Little Lotta's Food Fun article. "Beehive Yourself"; Lotta's class takes a field trip to observe nature. Untitled one-page story; Dot builds a bird house. Richie "Rich and the $ Sign"; Richie has a nightmare about dollar signs. "Cadbury Quits"; Cadbury quickly becomes bored with retirement thanks to Richie. "The Dangerous Dots"; Someone is dotting everything in town and it's not Dot. "The Gas Pills" text story. "The Prisoners"; Lotta and her friend get caught in a Chinese finger trap. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #17
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 17

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  • Issue #26
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    Untitled one-page story; Richie is required to attend a children's charity party. Untitled one-page story; Dot learns what it's like to go golfing with Uncle Rush. "The Credit Card"; Richie borrows his father's credit card and unwittingly buys three businesses. "A Thrill For Gloria"; Richie takes Gloria to a wild west town. "Calling All Careers"; Richie teaches a classmate the importance of staying in school. "A Plan For Father" text story starring Blondie and Dagwood. "Sleigh Ride" text story starring Blondie and Dagwood. "Dandy Candy"; Lotta eats a box of candy that is supposed to give her Extra Sensory Perception. "Anybody Who Goes To A Psychiatrist Ought To Have His Head Examined!"; Gloria makes Richie see a Psychiatrist to help him stop spending money. "Cadbury's Weakness"; Cadbury won't reveal his secret weakness. "Instant Monsters"; Uncle Branes gives Dot Instant Monster pills. "Football Whiz" text story. "The Free Wheeling Kid"; Lotta tries to get a dozen eggs home from the market without breaking them. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    Untitled one-page story; Reggie removes a danger sign on the beach, in the hopes that Richie will have some "bad luck." Untitled one-page story; Dot punches the tickets of friends coming to see a movie at her house. "Cadbury Fired!"; A prospective butler drops by to leave his card; Mr. Rich politely refuses, saying that they already employ Cadbury, who is an excellent butler. "The Butler Did It!"; "Slippery" Elmore takes Cadbury's place as butler, but Richie suspects he may be up to no good. "Movie Struck"; Cadbury is invited to play a part in a Hollywood film, and once there can do just about anything once he sets his mind to it. "Instant Traveling"; Richie tries out a suit which allows its wearer to instantly travel to a preset destination; He uses it to befuddle some hoodlums and to surprise a stage magician. "The Good Skate" text story. "Going, Going, Gone!"; Richie accidentally pushed the wrong button on his travelling suit and wound up in a river in the jungles of Borneo. "Journey to Nowhere"; Richie wishes there was someplace to go on his vacation that he hasn't already been, and soon gets his wish when he and Gloria are abducted by spacemen. "This Is Magna"; Richie and Gloria discover they are on a planet that parallels Earth, where Richie's and Gloria's fathers are at war with each other. "Home Again"; Richie and Gloria meet their doubles and return to Earth. "Little Dot and Branes' Timepiece" text story. "Daddy's Boy"; Dot thinks her father would be happier with a son. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #31
    Richie Rich Dollars and Cents (1963) 31

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    Untitled one-page story; A would-be thief is thwarted by an overstuffed safe. Untitled one-page story; Freckles learns that being rich is hard work. "Suspicion"; Richie and Cadbury travel to England to get some contracts signed by Lord Duncan. "Desperate Customers"; Richie and Cadbury are captured by Drumbo and his men. "Greymoor Castle"; Richie and Cadbury rescue Lord Duncan from Greymoor Castle. "Uncle Honker"; Uncle Honker can imitate animal sounds. "Brownie's Honor" text story. "Pretty Boy" text story. "The Right Shape"; A fitness expert's students all want to know Lotta's secrets of success. "The Riches Go Broke"; Mr. Rich's head accountant transfers all of the Richs wealth to his own name, kicking Richie and his family out of their home. "Starting All Over Again"; Richie and his father parley hard work and ingenuity into a new thriving business, which Uriah Mound tries to stamp out. "Kidnapped"; When using a small air force and ocean fleet doesn't stop Mr. Rich and Richie, Uriah Mound resorts to kidnapping Richie's mother. "Baseball" text story. "The Try-Out" text story. "Many Happy Returns"; Dot is apparently stricken with "acute dottophobia." 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #45
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    Untitled one-page story; Richie has trouble finding anything smaller than a hundred-dollar bill in his pockets. "Kidding the Kidnappers"; After two failed attempts, a pair of kidnappers grab Richie. Untitled one-page story; Lotta rejects her father's suggestion that she should lose weight, but then changes her mind. "We're in the Same Boat"; The crooks stash Richie on board what seems to be an abandoned riverboat, but Richie has its controls. "Richie Rich and the Missing Money Mystery"; The Riches discover that all their money is missing from the mansion; When Mr. Rich takes out his wallet, the money from it floats away and vanishes, and a disembodied voice taunts him. "Richie Rich and the Power of Invisibility"; The invisible crook demands ten million dollars a week, or else he will kidnap Richie. "Richie Rich and the Unseen Terror"; Richie gets the invisibility suit away from Von Blitz and captures him. "The Thing"; Lotta gets so spooked from seeing the movie "The Horrible Monster That Came to Our Town" that she mistakes her favorite singer, long-haired Googie Golden, for a monster. "Ill-Timed" text story. Casper, the Friendly Ghost ad. Sad Sack ad. "Busy Butler"; Cadbury must fill in for three missing staff members. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #48
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    Untitled one-page story; Richie plays host to a boy who seems to be an expert on floor coverings. The "Haunted Playhouse"; Richie takes his guests on a tour of his playhouses, including the haunted one, where the lights go out. "The Monster Walks"; While trying to find their way out of the haunted playhouse, Reggie disappears and the others encounter a monster. "Richie Remembers"; The monster dissolves in the rain and the kids make their way back to Richie's house. "Cadbury, You Cad!"; For his initiation into the Butler's Club, Cadbury must give bad service for an hour; to his relief, Mrs. Rich sends him to Reggie's house and he fulfills his obligation there. "Hold That Tiger"; Grandpa plays baseball on the boys team against Lotta's girls team. "Picked-on Picnickers"; Little Lotta goes on a picnic. "Pictures of Chicago" text story. "Naughty Girl" text story. "Tilly"; The new maid is making everybody nervous about dirt. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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