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Bunty Annual 1988

Picture Stories

  • Molly the Matron (Pages: 6-13) [Artist: Andy Tew]
  • Maisie Mercury (Pages: 17-24) [Artist: Terry Aspin]
  • Lizzie’s Lorry (Pages: 25-32) [Artist: Douglas Perry]
  • Robina Hood (Pages: 36-43) [Artist: Rodney Sutton]
  • Polly Pimpernel (Pages: 49-58) [Artist: Manuel Cuyas]
  • A Merry Old-Fashioned Christmas from Toots (Pages: 63-64) [Artist: Bill Ritchie]
  • Bella of Bonnybanks School (Pages: 65-72) [Artist: Matias Alonso]
  • The Swim Kids (Pages: 73-80) [Artist: Terry Aspin]
  • Haggis (Page 81)
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 82-89) [Artist: Selby Donnison]
  • Bike Rider (Pages: 91-96) [Artist: Robert MacGillivray]
  • The Wings of Fear (Pages: 97-104) [Artist: Mario Capaldi]
  • Nonie’s Knight (Pages: 105-106)
  • Ernie’s Girl (Pages: 107-112) [Artist: Russ Nicholson]
  • The Forbidden Doll (Pages: 113-120) [Artist: David Matysiak]

Features

  • Cheers for Chives (Pages: 14-16)
  • A Walk in Death Valley (Page 33)
  • Play Bunty’s Donkey Dash (Pages: 34-35)
  • Cats (Pages: 44-48)
  • It’s Paula! (Page 59)
  • Be a “Bunty” Supergirl (Pages: 60-61)
  • Fan-tastic (Page 62)
  • Bunty’s Cut-Out and Colour Wardrobe (Page 90)
  • The Magical World of Butterflies (Pages: 121-125)

Bunty Annual 1971

Picture Stories

  • Rosie and the Orphan Thrushes (Pages: 6-9) [Artist: Hugh Thornton-Jones]
  • Square Peg (Pages: 12-16) [Artist: George Parlett]
  • The Priceless Penny (Pages: 18-20) [Artist: John Woods]
  • Tina the Tester (Pages: 24-25) [Artist: Diane Gabbott]
  • Toots in Dreamland/Toots As She Really Is (Pages: 26-27) [Artist: Bill Ritchie]
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 28-32) [Artist: James Walker]
  • Katie’s Country Garden (Pages: 34-41) [Artist: Douglas Perry]
  • The Wild Girl of Westerley (Pages: 44-48) [Artist: E C Julien]
  • Susie Sleepyhead (Pages: 53-56)
  • The Golden Needle Girls (Pages: 57-58)
  • Monty of the Mountain Rescue (Pages: 63-64)
  • Colorado Kate (Pages: 66-69) [Artist: Mario Capaldi]
  • Clare’s Kiosk (Pages: 70-71)
  • Wendy Round the World (Pages: 73-75) [Artist: E C Julien]
  • Sally Sew-Sew (Pages: 79-80)
  • The Tulip of Hope (Pages: 81-85) [Artist: Peter Kay]
  • Lizzie the First (Pages: 86-88) [Artist: Manuel Cuyas]
  • Betty, the Bird Girl (Pages: 92-96) [Artist: Mike White]
  • Sally on-the-Spot (Pages: 97-99) [Artist: George Parlett]
  • The Autograph Hunters (Pages: 103-105)
  • Treetop Tessa (Pages: 106-107)
  • Maid of the Mountains (Pages: 109-111) [Artist: Douglas Perry]
  • Four Forbidden Fruits (Pages: 113-115)
  • Tumbling Toni (Pages: 118-121) [Artist: Charles Paine]
  • Hetty’s Happy Hippo (Pages: 122-125)

Text Stories

  • Little Miss Misery (Pages: 21-23)
  • The Double Life of Marion Brown (Pages: 49-52)
  • No Tears for Annya (Pages: 76-78)
  • The Clown with Four Legs (Pages: 100-102)

Features

  • Butterflies of Britain (Pages: 10-11)
  • Round Britain Race (Page 17)
  • Bedroom Brighteners (Page 33)
  • Famous Pets (Pages: 42-43)
  • Wonderful Women (Pages: 59-62)
  • Christmas Morning (Page 65)
  • Try Your Luck (Page 72)
  • They Gave It a Name (Pages: 89-91)
  • Thinking… (Page 108)
  • La Marseillaise – The Story Behind the Song (Page 112)
  • Tale of the Cat (Pages: 116-117)

 

* Thanks to Goof for information and cover picture

 

Bunty Annual 1969

Picture Stories

  • The Girl They All Hated (Pages: 6-11) [Artist: Manuel Cuyas]
  • The Wash-Day Wonder (Page 12) [Artist: Doris Kinnear]
  • Tina the Tester (Pages: 13-16) [Artist: Diane Gabbot]
  • Dora’s Delivery Service (Pages: 18-23) [Artist: Charles Paine]
  • Toots (Page 24) [Artist: Bill Ritchie]
  • Milly Marbles (Pages: 29-32)
  • Laundry Blues (Page 33) [Artist: Doris Kinnear]
  • You’ll Never Dance Again! (Pages: 36-43) [Artist: Emilio Frejo?]
  • A Song for Susan (Pages: 49-52)
  • Wendy Round The World (Pages: 53-55) [Artist: E C Julien]
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 58-61) [Artist: James Walker]
  • A Bite for Bunty (Page 62) [Artist: Doris Kinnear]
  • Janet’s Feathered Friends (Pages: 63-64)
  • Angela – Action Model (Pages: 66-69) [Artist: Peter Kay]
  • The Gallant Sir Walter Raleigh (Pages: 77-80)
  • Puss in Hat (Pages: 81-86) [Artist: Charles Morgan]
  • When the Blossom Blooms! (Pages: 87-89)
  • The Curing of Clumsy Clara (Pages: 91-96) [Artist: E C Julien]
  • Donna’s Donkeys (Pages: 98-101) [Artist: Douglas Perry]
  • Linyi and the Problem Prince (Pages: 102-104) [Artist: Robert MacGillivray]
  • The Alive-Alive-Oh Girl! (Pages: 105-108)
  • Little Mother Meg (Pages: 110-112)
  • Trouble in Store (Page 113) [Artist: Doris Kinnear]
  • Petra the Pedlar (Pages: 114-119)
  • Polly on Patrol (Pages: 122-125)

Features

  • Enchanted Castle (Page 17)
  • An Easy Way to Draw (Pages: 25-28)
  • The Story of the Brazil Nut (Pages: 34-35)
  • Dog Calendar (Pages: 45-48)
  • The Flowering Forest (Pages: 56-57)
  • Bunty’s Cut-Out Wardrobe (Pages: 44, 65)
  • The Story of Our Alphabet (Pages: 70-75)
  • A Peep at Other People: Hong Kong (Page 76)
  • Treasure Trail (Page 90)
  • How to Make Ruby the Robot (Page 97)
  • Africa Safari (Page 109)
  • Over Hill and Dale (Pages: 120-121)

 

* Thanks to Goof for information and cover picture

Joanne and the Challenge

Plot

Joanne French is the new games mistress at the Harold  Plackett School. The Headmistress, Miss Crossley, is against games and has challenged Joanne to get the hockey team into the finals of a local tournament or have games cut from the syllabus. But the team does well, and the Head arranges an accident—to keep Joanne off the sports field.

joanne and challenge

Notes:

  • Art:  Manuel Cuyàs

Appeared:

  • Joanne and the Challenge – Judy: #483 (12 April 1969) –  #494 (28 June 1969)

 

Educating Dido

Plot

In an effort to save her new school, Scolloway Domestic College, from being taken over by the County Council and turned into offices, Dido Smith, a gipsy girl, and her friend, Victoria West, seek the advice of a gipsy prince. He shows them smoke visions connected with an orphanage founded many years ago by Lady Harriet Scolloway on the site of the school. Dido and Victoria discover that Lady Harriet’s record book of the orphanage is kept in the public library. Hoping that it may help them, they go to the library with their classmates, only to disappointed.

educating dido

Notes

  • Pencils: Manuel Cuyàs

Appeared

  • Educating Dido – Judy:  #138 (01 September 1962) – # 148 (10 November 1962)

Just Call Me Kate!

Plot:

Princess Katherine of Estelstein was a new pupil at the Highdene School for Girls. But she didn’t stand on ceremony and asked the other pupils to call her Kate. However, her prim lady-in-waiting Prunella Smith-Smythe was determined the princess be treated royally. She took her job so seriously, she even joined Kate in the classroom.

Just Call Me Kate!

Notes:

  • Art: Manuel Cuyàs

Appeared:

  • Just Call Me Kate! –  Bunty:   #1489 (26 July 1986) – #1501 (18 October 1986)

 

Lady in the Looking-Glass

Plot:

Pam Fenton had been  plump and very plain until she found a pair of ballet shoes that had belonged to a  ballerina who had died. Pam believed the shoes had a magic power and when she wore them she felt light and graceful and saw the reflection of a beautiful dancer in the mirror.

lady in the looking glass

Notes:

  • Art:  Manuel Cuyàs

Appeared:

  • Lady in the Looking-Glass –  Bunty:  #1416 (02 March 1985) – #1432 (22 June 1985)
  • Reprinted in Dutch as De Dame in de spiegel – Debbie Parade Album #42 (1986)

 

Sandra’s Search

Plot:

When  her archaeologist father became ill,  Sandra Small decided to take his place on an expedition into the South American jungle. It was 1950 and Mr. Small had hoped to find the fabulous stone of Solomon, a tablet as ancient as time itself. Sandra realised her task would not be easy.

Isandra's search

Notes:

  • Art: Manuel Cuyàs

Appeared:

  • Sandra’s Search –  Bunty: #1377 (02 June 1984) – #1389 (25 August 1984)

Duel of the Dolls

Plot:

Wendy Taylor and her parents return to Britain after two years in South America. But her father had made an enemy who put an evil spell on Bobby, one of Wendy’s dolls. In attempt to counteract the spell, a friend of the family used ‘good’ magic to enable the other doll, Betty, to protect Wendy from harm.

duel of the dolls

Notes:

  • Art: Manuel Cuyàs

Appeared:

  • Duel of the Dolls –  Bunty: #1292 (16 October 1982) – #1301 (18 December 1982)