Keyhole Kate, by Allan Morley

'Keyhole Kate', 'Hungry Horace' and 'Freddy the Fearless Fly' were all originally drawn by Allan Morley. They appeared in the first issue of The Dandy. Morley was one of publisher D.C. Thomson's most prolific and talented artists. From January 1947, he was allowed the rare privilege of signing his work. Morley drew many other strips for D.C. Thomson, including 'Nero And Zero' and 'Uncle Dan'. For the Beano, Morley drew, among others, 'The Magic Lollipops', 'Big Fat Joe'. His last strip was 'Sammy's Super Rubber' in 1950, Morley died in Kent on September 5th, 1960. However, reprints of his strip 'Waggy the Shaggy Doggy' continued to appear in the Dandy until the early eighties.

Freddy the Fearless Fly, by Allan Morley

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