Kid Dugan, by Dick Dorgan

Dick Dorgan was an American newspaper artist from the 1920s. He drew the daily panel about the boxer 'Kid Dugan' in the 1920s. He also produced the daily panel 'Mr Gilfeather', which was syndicated by Associated Press Feature Service and appeared in about 80 newspapers. Andy Capp was hired to continue the feature after Dorgan abadoned his job on the comic in 1927. Dorgan also continued the comic strip 'You Know Me Al', created by Will B. Johnstone (text by Ring Lardner).

Last updated: 2006-12-22

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