Jacovitti [HUN]

This page lists Jacovitti in Hungary.

Jacovitti in Hungary

There exists only one translated Cocco Bill story (1983) in Hungarian publication Hahota. Source: https://kepregenymuzeum.blog.hu/2013/04/30/dilibill

There exists also a rare 1948 cartoon strip. Source: https://kepregenymuzeum.blog.hu/2014/02/05/jacovitti_tito

Hahota #10 (1983)

Dilibill: “Vadnyugati történet” 6+6+6+6+6+6+6+6 pgs. [SYNOPSIS] 
(“Dilibill” can be translated as, “Stupid Bill”.) 
• Original (Part 1): Cocco Bill #36: “Salooon”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 27/1978
• Original (Part 2): Cocco Bill #37: “Cicci e Cocco”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 29/1978
Original (Part 3): Cocco Bill #38: “Mondo pistola”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 31/1978
• Original (Part 4): Cocco Bill #39: “Cocco Ugh!”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 33/1978
• Original (Part 5): Cocco Bill #40: “Cocco patata”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 35/1978
• Original (Part 6): Cocco Bill #41: “Cocco siù”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 38/1978
• Original (Part 7): Cocco Bill #42: “Ciccicoccomac”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 45/1978
• Original (Part 8): Cocco Bill #43: “Coccopepite”. Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 49/1978
Page number on every half page, part A and part B, pointing on the way how Jacovitti drew the story originally. 
Reprinted in Hungary: A pocket book of Hahota #10 (1983). Half page strips. Strip numbering, [JAC 78] logos and chapter titles emptied. The story pages were tilted 90 degrees because of the pocket book formats. Apparently the entire story was printed.

Tito (1948)

Aleksandar Zograftól. A Christian-Democratic election flyer in 1948.

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Created: June 25, 2009. Last updated: September 29, 2019 at 7:04 am

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