Double Trouble, by Brian White

Brian White began his career as a sports cartoonist and caricaturist for local newspapers. His first strip, 'Mr. Enry Noodle', appeared in Pearson's Weekly in 1924. White's most successful strip was the good-humored 'Nipper'. In 1951, White produced 'Nipper' filmstrips for Pathé. In 1955, he was contracted to work on a British version of the American strip 'Double Trouble'. The strip ran until 1967. After that, White drew the children's comics 'Shorty', 'Keyhole Kate' and 'Plum Duffy'. Brian White died in November, 1984.

comic art by Brian White

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