During the French Revolution in 1792 many French aristocrats owed their lives to the daring rescues carried out by Sir Roger Blackie, known as the Purple Pimpernel, aided by his young niece, Polly Perkin.
- Polly Pimpernel – Bunty: #1531 (16 May 1987) – #1549 (19 September 1987)
During the French Revolution, Lucille Lamont became a legend for guiding people to safety. In World War II, Lucy Vincent pretends to be the ghost of Lucille to aid the French Resistance movement. But then the real ghost appears!
- The Legend of Lucille – Bunty: 1501 (18 October 1986) – (?)
A heart-breaking search began for Suzette de Valois, the daughter of an aristocrat, when her twin brother, Simon, was captured by French Revolutionaries in 1792. Suzette was determined to find her brother and help him to escape.
- Suzette and her Search – Mandy: (?) – #290 (5 August 1972)
In 1789 the French Revolution was tearing France apart. Using the widespread disorder to their advantage, Paul Martin and his friends had doll-maker Rene Philipe executed in order to take over his business. Rene’s daughter, Estelle, planned to avenge her father’s death using an amazing, life-size, clockwork doll to terrorise Martin’s gang. The doll, however, seemed to be taking its own revenge…
- Revenge of the Dancing Doll – Suzy: #223 (13 December 1986) – #229 (24 January 1987)