Harry S. Hall was a staff artist for the Toronto Telegram and the illustrator of 'Men of the Mounted', the first Canadian adventure strip that was written by Ted McCall and published in the paper from February 1933 to February 1935. Written by Ted McCall, the strip was also featured in Big Little Books and in a set of trading cards by Willard's Chocolate. The strip was cancelled in 1935, when the US strip 'King of the Mounted' was launched. The author, McCall, moved on to do a second strip, 'Robin Hood and Company', with artist Charles Snelgrove.
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