Benito Jacovitti (March 19, 1923 - December 3, 1997) was born in Termoli, Italy. In 1956 he began working for the newspaper Il Giormo, where Cocco Bill was born. Ten years later he join Il Corriere dei Piccoli.
Reprint changes (page altering):
- The original appearance unknown.
- [SPA] Jacky Mandoline: "Historia de ganar un duro". 4 pgs. B&W.
- [YSL*]: Jak Violončelo: "Tek toliko – za stine pare". 4 pgs. Color. 1973.
An unlucky criminal Jak Mandolino tries, with a help of his devil side Pop Corn, to pickpocket a sleeping man, a man in violet coat with his finger as an imaginary pistol, a man with plenty of cash in his pockets, and to taste a huge baguette from a passing by guy. In the end he's suspicious to take a fallen wallet from the ground.
Jak Mandolino; Pop Corn.
[* Opening page excerpt from the Yugoslavian edition]
- The original Cocco Bill
- The original Zorro Kid
- The other originals
- Jacovitti in Brazil
- Jacovitti in Finland
- Jacovitti in France
- Jacovitti in Germany
- Jacovitti in Greece
- Jacovitti in Hungary
- Jacovitti in the Netherlands
- Jacovitti in Norway
- Jacovitti in Spain
- Jacovitti in Sweden
- Jacovitti in Yugoslavia
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