North West Mounted Police by Glen Cravath

Glen Cravath was an American comic artist and illustrator, who began his career as an illustrator for the New York Journal in the 1920s. He worked as a comic artist for King Features Syndicate, and worked on among others the 'Frank Buck' Sunday page in the mid 1930s. He designed several movie posters for RKO and Columbia, and also produced promotional comic strips for new RKO releases, that ran shortly in the newspapers, such as 'Little Women' (1933) and 'North West Mounted Police' (1940).

Jungle Cavalcade by Glen Cravath

Last updated: 2009-02-20

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