Harbour Love

Published
July 1957
Page count
24?
Cover price
1/- [0-1-0 AUP]
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Matte colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic
Branding
None

Credits

Editing
, editor

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Untitled Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Genre
Romance

Credits

Art
Moira Bertram, line art [signed]
Colours
, colourist
Show/hide 1. Harbour Love Comic story, 11 pages

Featuring

Genre
Romance
Characters
Greg Ford; Grace; Davy Carson

Credits

Writing
Moira Bertram, scripter [signed]
Art
Moira Bertram, line art [signed]
Text
Moira Bertram , letterer
Show/hide 2. Say the Right Things! Comic story, 1 page

Featuring

Genre
Romance

Credits

Writing
, scripter
Art
John Rosenberger, line art
Text
, letterer
Editing
Richard Hughes, original Editor [as Richard E. Hughes]

Reprint history

First print
United States
My Romantic Adventures (ACG, 1956 series) #73 (January 1957)
Say the Right Things!

Synopsis

How to talk to a man: “Forget lies and poses-—tell him the truth right from your heart.”

Show/hide 3. What Makes a Girl Fascinating? (Glamorize Yourself) Text article, 2 pages

Featuring

Feature
Glamorize Yourself
Genre
Non-fiction

Credits

Writing
, author
Art
, line art
Text
, typeset
Editing
, original Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Glamorous Romances (Ace, 1949 series) #90 (October 1956)
What Makes a Girl Fascinating?
Show/hide 4. The Road to Happiness! Comic story, 9 pages

Featuring

Genre
Romance
Characters
Frances "Fran" Verral; Mrs. Verral; Brad Robbins; Glenn Forrest

Credits

Writing
Richard Hughes, scripter
Art
Kurt Schaffenberger, line art
Text
Ed Hamilton, letterer
Editing
Richard Hughes, original Editor [as Richard E. Hughes]

Reprint history

First print
United States
My Romantic Adventures (ACG, 1956 series) #73 (January 1957)
The Road To Happiness

Synopsis

Frances Verral will go to any length to become a movie star, but in the end realizes all she really wants is to be a wife and mother. Fran moves to Hollywood, but is unable to break into movies. She falls in love with Brad, a studio electrician, and gets extra roles. Fran learns star Glenn has a weakness for women with a certain hairdo, so she has her hair dyed and styled that way. Glenn notices Fran and promotes her career; they become a couple and Fran dumps Brad. However, when she returns to her old hairdo, Glenn rejects her. Fran decides being Brad’s wife is her career now.


Notes

This issue also includes two US reprints.

Status

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This issue includes help from

  • Ian Chambers
  • Jeff Battista

AusReprints ID

  • 80569

Entry created

  • 09/03/2021

Cover added

  • 07/09/2022

Last updated

  • 22/09/2022