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CHESTER GOULD's comic strip, Dick Tracy, was inspired by the real-life war between organized crime and the Chicago police. It was the 61st idea Chester Gould submitted to the Chicago Tribune. The other 60 were rejects. At age 21 with a mail-order cartooning course completed and the Tribune as his goal, and nothing was going to stop him. For ten years he pitched syndicate head Joseph Medill Patterson. He earned a degree at NU's night school, supporting himself doing commercial work.

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Chester Gould Art | Dick Tracy 01/20/1960 featuring Sam Catchem by Chester Gould Comic Art

Ralph Byrd Born: April 22, 1909 Died: August 18, 1952 (age 43) Ralph Byrd had an 18 year career in Hollywood both as a leading man and as a character actor, though he is best remembered for his role as Chester Gould's comic strip detective, Dick Tracy, in several movie serials and on television (first for ABC and then in a syndicated series)

Dick Tracy is a comic strip featuring Dick Tracy (originally Plainclothes Tracy, a hard-hitting, fast-shooting and intelligent police detective. Created by Chester Gould, the strip made its debut on October 4, 1931, in the Detroit Mirror. It was distributed by the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate. Gould wrote and drew the strip until 1977

13" composition Dick Tracy figure, with "talking" hinged jaw, based on the Chester Gould comic strip character published by the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate, United States, 1932-39, maker unknown.

DICK TRACY MONTHLY #11 1948 Chester Gould Dell Comics Hardboiled Dick Detective Toby Junior Tess Trueheart

17" vinyl Dick Tracy doll, based on the Chester Gould comic strip character published by the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate, United States, 2009, by Tonner Doll Company.

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