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Richie Rich Millions (1961) comic books

  • Issue #6
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 6
  • Issue #8
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 8
  • Issue #15
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 15
  • Issue #16
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 16
  • Issue #19
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 19
  • Issue #24
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 24

    Giant-Sized Harvey Comic. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #25
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 25

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  • Issue #26
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 26

    Untitled one-page story; Gloria shows Richie her new dress which is made out of paper, and Richie reluctantly shows her a suit he owns made of paper money. "Richie Rich and the Blackbeard Caper"; One of the scientists working for Mr. Rich has built a working but untested time machine; Intrigued, Richie seeks out the scientist and asks if he can help test it right then. "A Taste of Money"; Richie "returns" to the present, where he learns that Heap has tricked them all to get the ransom money; Richie and the others were merely drugged rather than transported through time. "Richie Rich and Blackbeard's Bash"; With Blackbeard's help, Richie rescues his friends and recovers the stolen ransom money, after which Blackbeard is sent back to his own time. "Dot Puzzle Solver"; After doing a dot-shaped puzzle, Dot searches the neighborhood for broken items that she can reassemble, but she always ends up turning them into dot shapes. "Clumsy Cyril" text story. "The Marriage of Minnie" text story. "Clubhouse Builder"; Two boys scheme to let Gerald join their club so that Lotta will do all the work of building their clubhouse. "Butler on the Run"; Cadbury unsuccessfully flees the attention of a former employer who talks incessantly. "Little Dot and Her Uncle Tod"; Dot's Uncle looks just like her, but can't get a job because of his size; When he tries out for a job as a horse racing jockey, they learn that the horse loves Dot but doesn't like Tod. "Now When I Was A Girl"; Granny Plump teaches Lotta to be ladylike. "The Mostest"; Richie takes Gloria and her Aunt on a tour of the Rich estate, but Gloria gets upset when his descriptions of various parts of the estate sound to her like bragging. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #27
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 27
    • Water damage.

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  • Issue #30
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 30

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  • Issue #32
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 32

    Untitled one-page story; Richie helps make astronauts' visits to the moon a bit more comfortable. "Flying Saucers Have Landed"; Richie witnesses a flying saucer and hires a reporter who also saw it to investigate. "One Against Saturn"; Richie uses a camera to prevent a Saturnian invasion of Earth. "Butler of Tomorrow"; Richie imagines what Butlers will be like in the year 2084. "Little Dot and the Magic Foam"; Dot gets some magic foam from the pharmacist that forms into a dashing but criminal version of her father. "Man of Mystery" text story. "The Initiation"; Lotta wants to join the Rosebud club, but must first pass the initiation, during which she must keep her cool no matter what happens. "Crash Landing," pencils by Sid Couchey; Richie's new atomic jet makes a forced landing on a small communist ruled island. "Making Friends"; Richie helps the inhabitants of the island build a dam so they can raise crops. "Turnabout," pencils by Sid Couchey; The communist rebels attempt to blow-up the new dam. "A Look Ahead" text story. "Speedy Hobbies"; Uncle Rush tries to show an interest in Dot's hobbies. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #33
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 33

    Untitled one-page story; Richie accidentally breaks a family's Christmas tree ornaments and then replaces them with gems. "Guard That Boy!"; Numerous attempts are made to kidnap Richie, the last of which succeeds. "Richie Rich and the Great Illusionist"; Richie and Gloria are held for ransom in one of Richie's playhouses. "There's Something Small About Crooks"; Richie and Gloria escape their captors by shrinking them to doll size. "The Weather Umbrella"; Uncle Branes invents an umbrella that changes the weather and Dot uses it for pranks. "Jest For Fun" text story. "The Story of Snorkel" text story about a shark. "You Mean... Like That?"; Lotta causes problems for a tour guide in an old western ghost town. "Lightning Action"; Richie observes the lightning reflexes that Cadbury has developed by adhering to his daily exercise routine. "The Filthy-Rich Frontiersman"; Richie learns that his frontiersman ancestor found ways to incorporate his wealth into his simple lifestyle. "The Most"; Reggie seeks to become famous through an extensive self-promotion campaign. "Flying Man Out West"; Lotta unknowingly foils two spies while she plays in her Leaping Lotta costume. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #34
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 34

    Untitled one-page story; Gloria insists that Richie not carry a lot of dollar bills with him to the carnival, but she changes her mind when Richie's pockets rip from carrying so many coins. "Richie Rich and the Envious Gods"; Richie and his friends learn that Mercury has brought them to Mount Olympus to show them that he is much faster than their airplane. "Richie Rich and the War of the Gods!"; Richie convinces Eros to shoot the quarreling gods with his love arrows so that they will help Richie and his friends get back home. "Uncle Rush Slows Down"; For all his speeding around, there is one thing that causes Uncle Rush to sit and wait patiently. "Richie and the Bread Line" text story. "Blowhard!"; When Little Lotta hears a couple of boys bragging about how long they can hold their breath, she decides to see how well she can do at it. "Richie Rich and Dad's Double"; An impostor replaces Mr. Rich while he's out of town. "Superdots"; Thinking they're mints, Dot eats Uncle Branes's anti-gravity pills. "Going Home" text story. "The Two Kittens" text story. "The Big Mistake"; Lotta is mistaken for a rich girl and kidnapped. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #35
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 35

    Untitled one-page story; Richie improves the effectiveness of the estate gardener's scarecrow. "The Hidden City"; Richie brings $20 million to Italy to fund the excavation of an ancient town near Mt. Vesuvius, while mobsters plot to steal the money. "Richie Rich and the Lava Monsters"; Mobsters dress up as lava monsters as a ploy to steal the cash that Richie is using to fund an excavation near Mt. Vesuvius. "Look Out! There Are Real Monsters"; Richie has a few tricks up his sleeve for the mobsters who are interfering with an excavation he is funding. "Farm Refinement"; Cadbury relates a tale of a time when he was briefly employed as a farm hand. "Badly Jarred" text story. "The Pelican and the Crow" text story. "Hoop-EEE!"; Dot plays with a hoop of lightweight metal invented by Uncle Branes, and she inadvertently foils some bank robbers in the process. "Money Matters Not"; Richie shows a new classmate around the estate while trying to avoid showing off his wealth. "Feeling Low in High Places"; Richie cures his new assistant chauffeur, Fenwick, of vertigo. "Little Dot and Laughing Boy"; Dot meets a boy who laughs at everything. "Sleepyhead" text story. "Quite Quiet!"; A bully thinks he's going to take over Lotta's neighborhood until he sees her catch a horse and rider in mid-air. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #36
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 36

    Untitled one-page story; Richie and Gloria mistake falling gems for hailstones. "Butlers Aren't Always Perfect"; Cadbury flubs everything he attempts as armed kidnappers pursue him and Richie through rugged country. "Cadbury Conquers"; Cadbury uses ventriloquism and hypnotism to foil the kidnappers. "The Big Race"; Reggie tries to eliminate his chief competition in a footrace by flying Richie to a remote jungle-covered island. "Ever Available"; Nurse Jenny is overprotective when Richie and Gloria go on a picnic. "Slump" text story. "Fat Chance" text story. "Protected By Dots"; Dot paints dots on almost everything so that they can be easily identified if lost or stolen. "Richie Rich and the Secret of Wildmoor Castle"; Reggie hires 3 thugs to scare Richie out of winning Wildmoor castle from their uncle in a contest. "Richie Rich and Reggie's Plot"; As Richie and Cadbury explore Wildmoor Castle, Reggie's hired thugs dress like Robin Hood, Friar Tuck and Little John to scare them. "Backfire!"; Richie and Cadbury discover the secret of Wildmoor castle and prevent Reggie from winning it unfairly in a contest. "Uncle Alter Makes Good"; Uncle Alter changes his mind every minute. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #37
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 37

    Giant-Sized Issue. Richie Rich 'untitled' (1 pg), Little Lotta 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich and "The Double Bills", Richie Rich sees "Bill Fold", Richie Rich in "Double Trouble", Little Dot 'untitled' (1 pg), Little Dot in "Uncle Fluke", Richie Rich presents "The Hero" text story (1 pg), Richie Rich presents "The Littlest Fox" text story (1 pg), Little Lotta in "Exceptional", Little Lotta 'untitled' (2 pgs), Little Lotta 'untitled' (1 pg), Cadbury in "You May Call Me a Lumber-John", Little Lotta 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich 'untitled' (1 pg), Little Dot "Meets Aunt Bella", Richie Rich and his "Cousin Gabby", "Boy, Oh, Boy!" text story (1 pg), "Squirrel in the Rigging" text story (1 pg), Little Lotta in "The Rainbow's End". 68 pages, FC. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #38
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 38

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  • Issue #39
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 39

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  • Issue #40
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 40

    Story and art credit: Unknown. Richie uses his mother's pearls as ammunition for his slingshot (how resourceful!) in an untitled one-page story. Reggie tries to cause trouble for Richie in "Wild about the Wilderness." Richie grows suspicious over Cadbury's actions in "The Butler's Odd Behavior." Richie tries to outsmart a robot meant to keep an eye on him in "Gardo." and "Who's Who?" Reggie plans to make his new teacher envious of the family's wealth, but things don't go as planned in "Don't Show Off!" Little Dot's easygoing uncle is tasked to paint a wall in the house (so what could go wrong?) in "Uncle Lowfer." Little Lotta in "Please Keep Smiling" and "Hooray for Me." 68 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #41
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 41
    • Oxidation.

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  • Issue #42
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 42

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  • Issue #43
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 43

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  • Issue #44
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 44

    Giant-Sized Harvey Comic. Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in "Flubbing Up", Richie Rich in 'untitled' (2 pg), Richie Rich in "All Around Nurse", Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg)Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Little Dot visits "Aunt Soapy", Richie Rich presents "The Little Monster" text story (1 pg), Richie Rich presents "Have a Hamster" text article (1 pg), Little Lotta in "Pa's Big Moment", Richie Rich in 'untitled' (2 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in "Wiped Out!", Little Lotta in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in "Get the Facts, Son!", Little Dot in "You May Already Have Won", "Jeep Jitters" text story (1 pg), "A Promise Kept" text story (1 pg), Little Lotta in "Her Big Date", 68 pages, FC. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #45
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 45

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  • Issue #47
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 47

    68 page giant. Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich and "The Gloves of Hercules", Richie Rich in "Play it Cool-ly", Gloria in "Let us Play", Little Lotta in 'untitled' (1 pg), Reggie in "Don't Bother Domestics!", Richie Rich in "Private Eyesore" text story (2 pg), Little Lotta in "The Odd Mod", Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in 'untitled' (1 pg), Richie Rich in "Guided Mischief" Part 1, Richie Rich Guided Mischief Part 2 "Mad For Peace!", Little Lotta's Food Fun: "Sandwich Secrets" text article (1 pg), "The Door" text story (1 pg), Little Dot in "See My Collection", Little Lotta in "Success Story", Little Lotta in 'untitled' (1 pg). 68 pages, FC. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #48
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 48

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  • Issue #50
    Richie Rich Millions (1961) 50

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