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True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) comic books

  • Issue #1
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 1

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    36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 2

    36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 3

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    36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 4

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    Photo cover. "Pawn of Torment"; Hospital worker Diane agrees to care for the newborn baby of a dying WAC whose husband is missing in action; Wounded veteran Johnny falls in love with Diane and gets a job at the hospital to be near her, but suffers a relapse and is hospitalized. "Unwanted!", art by Bob Powell; When Nina is of age, she leaves the orphanage where she grew up; Kindly diner owner Hank gives her a job and his mother rents her a room; Nina is happy and indebted to Hank and feels guilty when Hank encourages her to date David. "Faith Is the Thing" text story by Elaine Miller. "Murder Was My Secret"; Nan sees a man across the street kill another man; She rushes to call the police, but runs into the man, George; He's friendly and Nan wonders if the victim was perhaps a criminal; Nan and George fall in love; When Nan sees George with another woman, she goes to the police; George says "up to the time you thought I was dropping you for that girl, you were perfectly willing to accept the love of someone you thought a murderer!" 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 5

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    Photo cover. "The Big Shot," art by Bob Powell; Gangster Danny's car breaks down and he decides to stay on a nearby farm owned by Laura's father; Danny and Laura fall in love; Danny is identified by Laura's brother; Danny promises Laura to go straight; He returns to the city to see his mother but she rejects him. "My Darkest Hour"; Jean's parents don't like the rough crowd she socializes with; in contrast, they are proud of her older sister Lil and her bank manager fiancé Dale; When Jean's date Kip is killed in a nightclub brawl, Jean asks Lil to say it was she who was there; Lil becomes the subject of gossip and Dale's parents say the scandal will harm his career. "The Late Miss Early" text story by John Martin. "Sheltered Love"; Talent agent Sheila receives a recording of Don's singing; She discovers he is a coal miner who sings on the weekends, and thinks her offer of a contract is a scam; Sheila and Don fall in love and she "admits" he's right about the contract; Sheila is prepared to give up her career and marry Don, but her partner Steve arrives. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 6

    Photo cover. "The Bitter Threshold"; Nurse Stephanie, fired from her hospital position, is hired as a private nurse for wealthy Mrs. Simpson, who "has no will to live"; Stephanie begins to think about the financial security shed have if she married "elderly, middle-aged" Mr. Simpson, and sets out to conquer him; Mrs. Simpsons son Bill arrives and he and Stephanie fall in love "but its too late." "Beyond Recall," pencils by John Prentice; Teresa leaves behind her boring life and boyfriend Peter to become stage mentalist Dons assistant; She discovers Don not only performs on the stage, he also fleeces grieving people by holding fake seances; When they return to her hometown, Teresa agrees to quit and marry Peter. "Blue Decision" text story by John C. Adler. "My Heritage"; Kittys father hires Chad to work on their farm; Kitty is surprised when her parents treat Chad like a member of the family and begins to resent his presence although shes also attracted to him; Shes shocked when her parents announce they want to adopt Chad legally. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 7

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    36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 8

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    36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 9
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    "A Long Wait for Happiness," "The Big Guy," and "Gossip Columnist." Photo cover. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 10

    "Brief Victory," "Love's Imposter," and "Only a Memory." Photo cover. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    True Sweetheart Secrets (1950) 11

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    Photo cover. "I Had to Learn the Hard Way," pencils by George Evans; Jerry proposes to Helen, but reveals that hes a widower with a young son, Danny; Helen agrees that Danny can live with her and her mother until the marriage, but finds that the boy constantly reminds her that she wasnt Jerrys first love; Helen accuses Jerry of just wanting a caretaker for his son, and they break up. "At the Mid Hour of Night," script by Thomas Moore; 19th century poem by Thomas Moore, illustrated. "Love's Anchor"; Small-time carny Jim meets Sharon, whose father is wealthy; Jim and Sharon fall in love, but hes really interested in her money; He and Sharon leave with the carnival, but Jim wont marry her until hes sure hell get money from her father. "Love on Approval" text story by Ruth Sterling. "No Time for Love"; Louise breaks up with Bob and goes to New York to make her fortune, planning to return to marry him when she does; Louise is soon a top model and when Bob asks her to come home, she refuses; They break up: "Youve got gold fever Louise, and youll never be cured." 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.