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by Reg Smythe

Author: Reg Smythe
Subcategory: Painting
Language: English
Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd; First Edition & Printing edition (March 19, 1976)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.3
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Andy Capp is an English comic strip created by cartoonist Reg Smythe, seen in The Daily Mirror and The Sunday Mirror newspapers since 5 August 1957. Originally a single-panel cartoon, it was later expanded to four panels.

Andy Capp is an English comic strip created by cartoonist Reg Smythe, seen in The Daily Mirror and The Sunday Mirror newspapers since 5 August 1957. The strip is syndicated internationally by Creators Syndicate. The character is also licensed as the mascot for a line of snack foods (Andy Capp's fries). Andy (short for "Andrew") Capp. Florrie "Flo" Capp (named after Florence Nightingale).

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Karl Hickey rated it it was ok Jan 08, 2018. Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates. During World War II, Smyth saw Reginald "Reg" Smythe was a British cartoonist who created the Andy Capp comic strip. Born Reginald Smyth (without the "e"), the son of Richard Oliver Smyth, a shipyard worker, and his wife, Florence (Florrie) née Pearce, he left school at 14. After some years unemployed he joined the Northumberland Fusiliers, serving ten years and rising to the rank of sergeant.

Publicados por Daily Mirror Books/Mirror Group Publishers a menos que se indique otra cosa)

Andy Capp es una tira de prensa británica creada por el historietista Reg Smythe (1917–1998) para los periódicos The Daily Mirror y The Sunday Mirror en 1957. Su formato original era de una sola viñeta, pero posteriormente se expandió hasta cuatro. Publicados por Daily Mirror Books/Mirror Group Publishers a menos que se indique otra cosa). The Andy Capp Book (No. 1) (1958). Andy Capp Spring Tonic (No. 2) (1959). Life with Andy Capp (No. 3) (1959). The Andy Capp Spring Collection (No. 4) (1960). The Best of Andy Capp (No. 5) (1960).

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Author:Smythe, Reg. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Read full description. Laugh Again with Andy Capp: No. 16 by Reg Smythe (Paperback, 1976). Pre-owned: lowest price.

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Smythe also reportedly told a colleague that Capp was inspired by a man he saw at a Hartlepool football match who pocketed his flat cap when it started raining.

One of the favourite theories about the origin of Andy Capp is he and his wife were based on Smythe's parents, his mother also being called Flo. Smythe also reportedly told a colleague that Capp was inspired by a man he saw at a Hartlepool football match who pocketed his flat cap when it started raining. You don't think I'm going to sit in the house all night wearing a wet cap?" he told a young Smythe

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