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Alan Foster


(1892 - 1969)

Alan Foster

Alan Stephens Foster was a successful American commercial artist. After a brief career as an actor with the Klaw and Erlanger Company he turned to painting. He painted many covers for The Saturday Evening Post and other magazines in their heyday.

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The Luck of the Bodkins (1936)

Monty Bodkin bought the Mickey Mouse doll with the removable head for his fiancee Gertrude Butterwick, but his brother’s boss, head of Superba-Llewellyn Motion Pictures has a more urgent need for it.

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Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Alan Foster

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