Tag Archives: runaway

Hunted!

Plot

Life had been very pleasant for Gwen Parsons. Employed as a young scullery maid in the grand household of Greystone Grange, she had been almost like a member of the family, and was even allowed to play with Master Timmy, the baby son of her employers, Lord and Lady Felton. One night there was a terrible fire and Gwen found herself fleeing from unknown enemies with the baby.

Notes

  • Art: Terry Aspin

Appeared

  • Hunted! – Bunty: #1537 (27 June 1987) – (?)

Patch Pony on the Run

Plot

Kathy Spencer was sent to live on a farm with her aunt and uncle after her parents death. Kathy rescued a pony, Patch, from the farm t as she overheard a plot to kill Patch. They were now on run with her uncle in pursuit.

Notes

  • Photo story

Appeared

  •   Patch Pony on the Run – Suzy: #123 (12 January 1985) – #129 (23 February 1985)

The Search for the Singing Princess

Plot

Young Linda Channon had a beautiful and unusual singing voice. She had runaway from her guardians, the Jacksons who were travelling entertainers. Seeing a picture of herself in a newspaper, she thought they were advertising for her return. In fact the picture was published by a famous film director Guy Darran, who was looking for Linda to star in his new film “The Singing Princess”.

Notes

Appeared

  • The Search for the Singing Princess – Mandy: (?) – #419 (25 January 1975)

Runaway Rose

Plot

Fourteen year old, Rose Manson had great talent as an entertainer and mimic, and her wicked Uncle Charlie had used her to attract a crowd while, unknown to Rose, he picked pockets. Uncle Charlie was arrested, but Rose panicked and ran, and now she had arrived in Benford where she was hiding in an empty show-house on a new estate. After imitating Lady Hope-Milton’s voice, Rose got an evening job helping in a hairdressing salon.

Notes

Appeared

  • Runaway Rose – Mandy: #396 (17 August 1974) – (?)

Run, Ruth, Run!

Plot

A spiteful gipsy girl tells Ruth Stevens that when her family are in their car together, they will be killed. Not knowing this is a lie, Ruth runs away so the prophecy can’t come true.

Notes

Appeared

  • Run, Ruth, Run! – Mandy: circa #753 (20 June 1981) – (?)