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52 pages, C2C Original scanner unknown. Found online.

28-October-2011 9:44 pm
Username: dbigwood
Comment: Walt Kelly - How Santa Got His Red Suit

Issue: #61
Published: December 1944, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S.; Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indicia title is "SANTA CLAUS FUNNIES, No. 61." Code number is S.C.F. 61-4412. Copyright 1944 by Oskar Lebeck.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Santa Claus Funnies
Genre: Children
Characters: Santa Claus

Text Story (1 page) O Christmas Tree
Synopsis: Poem about Christmas trees. Words do not match the lyrics of the traditional Christmas carol "O Christmas Tree [O Tannenbaum]."
Characters: Santa Claus

Comic Story (11 pages) How Santa Got His Red Suit
Synopsis: Years ago, Santa did not always wear a red suit. One Christmas eve, Jack Frost steals his sleigh and toys and leaves Santa stranded. He finds refuge at a tiny house full of elves. The elves make toys for the children of the forest and Santa tries to make clothes for the elves from his own garments. The elves convince a passing giant to let them cut out an outfit for Santa from the giant's red coat.
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus Jack Frost Bundle-Crunch Pinkywink Timbertop The Giant

Comic Story (6 pages) The Night Before Christmas
Synopsis: The poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas."
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: Santa Claus

Activity (2 pages) Away in a Manger
Synopsis: Illustrated sheet music for the Christmas hymn "Away in a Manger."
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Joseph Mary Jesus Christ

Comic Story (12 pages) Miracle in the Wildwood
Synopsis: Two quarrelsome knights divide the village of Benn in half. As time goes by the village falls away from the Christian religion and becomes a cruel, violent place. One Christmas a strange boy appears, who stops all the aggression in the children and leads them to the Chapel in the Wildwood. Their parents come looking for them and find the children singing hymns together. The villagers vow to change their ways and return to the church.
Characters: Sir Boris Sir Karl Brother Francis

Text Story (4 pages) The Little Fir Tree
Synopsis: A little fir tree is taken from the forest to become a Christmas tree.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Fantasy Historical

Activity (2 pages) Silent Night
Synopsis: Illustrated sheet music for the Christmas hymn "Silent Night."
Credits: Script: Joseph Mohr (original lyrics) | Letters: typeset
Characters: Mary Joseph Jesus Christ

Comic Story (11 pages) The Wonderful Journey of Little Chris Kyro
Synopsis: A little boy in Lappland, Chris Kyo, lends his reindeer to Santa when Vixen is injured and goes with Santa on his trip around the world.
Characters: Santa Claus Chris Kyro Joki (reindeer) Vixen (reindeer)

Text Story (1 page) Why Do the Bells of Christmas Ring?
Synopsis: Illustrated Christmas hymn "Why Do the Bells of Christmas Ring?"
Credits: Script: Lydia Avery Coonley Ward
Characters: Mary Jesus Christ

Text Story (1 page) Jingle Bells
Synopsis: The first verse of the song "Jingle Bells."
Credits: Script: James Lord Pierpont (original song]

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