Tag Archives: Robert MacGillivray

Debbie 1983

Picture Stories

  • Mary Brown’s Schooldays (Pages: 4-8)
  • Trixie’s Treasure Chest (Pages: 17-21) [Art: Robert MacGillivray]
  • Meg of the Moors (Pages: 24-28) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Little Sis (Pages: 29-30) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Bionic Horse (Pages: 36-40) [Art: Peter Davidson?]
  • Girl Talk (Pages: 42)
  • Spring-Heeled Jill (Pages: 43-48)
  • The House of Hate [Damian Darke story] (Pages: 54-58) [Art: Norman Lee]
  • Trendy Wendy (Pages: 59-61)
  • The Shop at Shudder Corner (Pages: 68-70) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Animal Nurse (Pages: 71-74)
  • Oh, Brother! (Pages: 81-84) [Art; George Martin]
  • Band Together for French Skipping! (Pages: 85-87)
  • Cactus Kate (Pages: 88-91)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 99-100) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Girl Talk (Pages: 102)
  • She Danced in Dockland [Madame Marlova story] (Pages: 103-107)
  • Jo and Mo (Pages: 108-112) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • Trendy Wendy (Pages: 117-119)

Text Stories

  • The Record Run (Pages: 9-10)
  • Gran’s Old Gramophone (Pages: 41-42)
  • Lonely! (Pages: 101-102)

Photo Stories

  • Bright Eyes (Pages: 11-15)
  • Never a Borrower… (Pages: 31-35)
  • Jane at St Jude’s (Pages: 94-98)
  • The Writing in the Sand (Pages: 120-125)

Features

  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 16)
  • Teazer Time (Pages: 22-23)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 49)
  • Child’s Play (Pages: 50-53)
  • Are You Superstitious? (Pages: 62-64)
  • Tis Sal the Tiswas Gal! (Pages: 65-67)
  • Liz Sharman White Water Champion (Pages: 75-77)
  • What’s Cooking? (Pages: 78-79)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 80)
  • Teazer Time (Pages: 92-93)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 113)
  • Just Great Being a Jockey (Pages: 114-116)

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Debbie 1982

Picture Stories

  • Mary Brown’s Schooldays (Pages: 4-9)  [Art: Pamela Chapeau]
  • The Black Tulip (Pages: 12-15)
  • Trixie’s Treasure Chest (Pages: 25-29) [Art: Robert MacGillivray]
  • The Shop at Shudder Corner (Pages: 30-32) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Little Sis (Pages: 33-34)
  • The Boy Who Loved Ballet (Marlova) (Pages: 35-39) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • The Black Tulip Part 2 (Pages: 50-53)
  • All Because of Perky… (Pages: 56- 61)  [Art: Pamela Chapeau]
  • The Puppet Theatre (Damian Darke) (Pages: 63-68) [Art: Norman Lee]
  • Spring-Heeled Jill (Pages: 71-73)
  • The Black Tulip Part 3 (Pages: 76-79)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 87-88) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • The Bionic Horse (Pages: 89-94) [Art: Peter Davidson?]
  • My Pal Lou (Pages: 97-101)
  • A Precious Gift (Pages: 104-106)
  • The Black Tulip Part 4 (Pages: 117-120)
  • Lovely to Look at… (Pages: 121-125) [Art: David Matysiak]

Text Stories

  • A Gift of Friendship (Pages: 10-11)
  • When the Snow was Round About. Deep & Crisp & Even…. (Pages: 54-55)
  • Meg of the Moors (Pages: 69-70)
  • Nature’s Own Special Magic (Pages: 95-96)

Photo Stories

  • A Summer Place (Pages: 17-22)
  • My Friend Flappers (Pages: 42-48)
  • Harriet (Pages: 82-86)
  • Unlucky 13 (Pages: 108-112)

Features

  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 16)
  • Dolly Mixtures (Pages: 23-24)
  • Are You a Good Friend? (Pages: 40-41)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 49)
  • Ribbons and Bows (Pages: 62)
  • What a Spread! (Pages: 74-75)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 80)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 81)
  • Are You a Party Girl? (Pages: 102-103)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 107)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 113)

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Debbie 1981

Picture Stories

  • The Ice Roses (Pages: 4-8) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • My Pal Lou (Pages: 11-15)
  • Trixie’s Treasure Chest (Pages: 17-21) [Art: Robert MacGillivray]
  • Cat’s Eye Cottage (Pages: 22-24)
  • Little Miss Featherfeet (Pages: 33-37) [Art: George Martin]
  • Spooky Towers for Ghost and Glamours (Pages: 40-43)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 45-46) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Meg of the Moors (Pages: 50-54)
  • Mary Brown’s Schooldays (Pages: 57-62)
  • Picture, Picture on the Wall… (Damian Darke) (Pages: 65-69) [Art: Norman Lee]
  • Stella From the Stars (Pages: 82-87) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • The Bionic Horse (Pages: 88-92) [Art: Peter Davidson?]
  • A Bowl of Broth (Pages: 94-96)
  • Jo and Mo (Pages: 97-101) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • The Shop at Shudder Corner (Pages: 108-112) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Little Sis (Pages: 113-114) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • It Hurts to Say Goodbye (Pages: 120-125)

Text Stories

  • The Spirit of Christmas (Pages: 30-31) [Spot Art: David Matysiak]
  • The Happiest Christmas Ever (Pages: 63-64)
  • The Little White Flower (Pages: 70-71)
  • No Sympathy for Sandie… (Pages: 116-117)

Photo Stories

  • Don’t Laugh at Suzi (Pages: 25-29)
  • Lonely Carol (Pages: 103-107)

Features

  • Poems (Pages: 2-3, 126-127)
  • A Vet’s Best Friend.. (Pages: 9-10)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 16)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 32)
  • Are You the Practical Type? (Pages: 38-39)
  • What’s Cooking? (Pages: 44)
  • It’s Top of the Pops! (Pages: 47-48)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 49)
  • Girls in Uniform – A Fair Cop! (Pages: 55-56)
  • Saffy and the Puppies (Pages: 72-77)
  • Girls in Uniform – Jenny Wren! (Pages: 78-79)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 80)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 81)
  • What’s Cooking? (Pages: 93)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 102)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 115)
  • Girls in Uniform – Jaguar Girl (Pages: 118-119)

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Debbie 1980

Picture Stories

  • Mary Brown’s Schooldays (Pages: 4-9)
  • The Night Before Christmas (Damian Darke) (Pages: 12-16) [Art: Norman Lee]
  • Skip ‘n’ Rope (Pages: 19-23)
  • Stepping Out to Stardom (Pages: 24-25)
  • Meg of the Moors (Pages: 26-30)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 41-42) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Jo and Mo (Pages: 43-47) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • The House That Cared (Pages: 50-54)
  • My Pal Lou (Pages: 57-61)
  • Little Miss Featherfeet (Pages: 64-68) [Art: George Martin}
  • If You Can Help Somebody… (Pages: 72-76)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 79-80) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Trixie’s Treasure Chest (Pages: 83-87) [Art: Robert MacGillivray]
  • The Bionic Horse (Pages: 90-94)  [Art: Peter Davidson?]
  • The Flower Princess (Pages: 97-99)
  • Polly’s Patches (Pages: 102-104)
  • London’s Burning! (Pages: 113-117) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Swan Song (Pages: 120-125)

Text Stories

  • The Silver Locket (Abigail’s Tale-1666)  (Pages: 17-18)
  • The Silver Locket (Morag’s Tale-1746)  (Pages: 39-40)
  • …A  Poor Church Mouse… (Pages: 70-71)
  • The Silver Locket (Alice’s Tale-1840)  (Pages: 81-82)
  • The Silver Locket (May’s Tale-1912)  (Pages: 95-96)
  • The Silver Locket (Jane’s Tale-1979)  (Pages: 105-106)
  • Goodbye, Lonliness (Pages: 118-119)

Photo Stories

  • The Wishing Well (Pages: 33-37)
  • The Forbidden Garden (Pages: 107-111)

Features

  • Autumn Poem (Pages: 2-3)
  • Herbs Can Grow On You! (Pages: 10-11)
  • Accidents Will Happen (Pages: 31-32)
  • Superpets (Pages: 38)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 48)
  • Superpets (Pages: 49)
  • Fabulous Falabellas! (Pages: 55-56)
  • Room for Improvement (Pages: 62-63)
  • Superpets (Pages: 69)
  • These Legs were Meant for Dancing! (Pages: 77-78)
  • Jim Fixed It! (Pages: 88-89)
  • It’s a Knock-Out! (Pages: 100-101)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 112)
  • Spring Poem (Pages: 126-127)

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Toni at Toffman’s [1965]

Plot

Toni Toffman has promised her dying father that she will save the family store from being taken over by Brummer’s, a rival firm. But Toni has to contend with elderly, slow, old-fashioned staff who resent her interference. Unknown to Toni, the staff manager, Mr Kirk, is secretly sabotaging her and encouraging the resentful staff because he is in collusion with Brummer’s, who have promised him the general manager’s job when they take over.

Notes

  • Artist: Robert MacGillivray

Appeared

  • Toni at Toffman’s Bunty: circa #375 (20 March 1965) – (?)

Diane and the Ducking Stool

Plot

“When you feel the splash of water – do the will of Annie Potter!” That is the curse that fell on the mother of Diane Morris, following an accident with an ancient ducking stool. Long ago,  Annie was put to death as a witch and now Mrs Morris was enslaved into taking revenge on the people of Crickley especially the Tiley family. Diane didn’t know about the spell and as her father had died some months before, she blamed this for her mothers odd behaviour.

Notes

  • Artist: Robert MacGillivray

Appeared

  • Diane and the Ducking Stool – Tracy: #253 (4 August 1984) – #259 (15 September 1984)

Baby Doll

Plot

Ever since Dolly Jarvis’ father went missing after a plane crash, Dolly’s mother had blocked out the event in her mind by reverting to the days when Dad was just on a business trip and Dolly was just 7 years old. Dolly was determined to keep it a secret for fear of ruining her mother’s happiness, but this caused a lot of trouble for her.

Notes

  • Art: Robert MacGillivray

Appeared

  • Baby Doll Tracy: #180 (12 March 1983) – #189 (14 May 1983)

Too Many Cooks [1983]

Plot

After the death of her parents Sally Cook went to live with her 3 aunts and 2 uncles but discovered it was a hard task trying to please all her guardians as each of them wanted her to succeed at different things none of which she is good at (such as sport, cooking, acting…)

Notes

  • Art: Robert MacGillivray

Appeared

  • Too Many Cooks – Suzy: #34 (30 April 1983) – #45 (16 July 1983)