Hanne Hansen, by Arne Ungerman (1939)

Arne Ungerman was born in Odense. He began working as a cartoonist for Politiken in 1930. Five years later, he created the comic character 'Hanne Hansen', whose adventures appeared until 1958. Ungerman also provided illustrations for children's books like 'Alene i verden' (1942), 'Okker, Gokker Gummiklokker' (1943) and 'Abel Spendabel' (1945).

Hanne Hansen, by Arne Ungerman (1939)

Last updated: 2012-06-14

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