Charlie Chaplin by Henry Puttick
Charlie Chaplin (Funny Wonder, 28 January 1939)

Henry Puttick is one of the more obscure British comic artists. In fact, he was mainly a clean-up artist and reletterer on freelance contributors' artwork. He did an occasional fill-in, for instance on a 'Charlie Chaplin' comic in Funny Wonder in 1939. The only comic he originated was 'Robert Moreton and his Bumper Fun Book' in Radio Fun in 1953.

Last updated: 2013-06-23

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