Slaves to the Spotlight


After the death of her mother, Barbara Barrett went to a stage  school where she could live in and have normal lessons as well. At the school she found the pupils badly educated and no one cared for anything but modelling and TV commercials. Barbara wrote to her father, a famous TV reporter, but, unknown to her, the letter was destroyed by the principal, Miss Phillips. Barbara wrote another letter and gave it to Miss Russell, a new teacher whom she thought was an ally, but during a photographic session with some publicity men, Barbara picked up a scrap of paper, which belonged to her letter

slaves to spotlight


  • Reprinted and translated to Dutch as “Slaven in het spotlicht” – Debbie #44 (1985)


  • Slaves to the Spotlight – Judy:  #830 (06 December 1975) – (?)


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