Bluefield Daily Telegraph

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph is an American newspaper that published "The Phantom" Sunday strip from 196? to 19??.

History

Bluefield Daily Telegraph is seven-day morning daily newspaper based in Bluefield, West Virginia.

Published stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Astronaut and the Pirates" November 4, 1962 May 12, 1963
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"The Sky Divers"  ?, 1973 May 27, 1973
"Rex and the Little People" June 3, 1973 September 16, 1973
"The Golden Wood" September 23, 1973 December 23, 1973
"Phantom Treasure" December 30, 1973 June 9, 1974
"Tale of Joomba" June 16, 1974 December 29, 1974
"Little Girl" January 5, 1975 May 11, 1975
"The First Phantom" May 18, 1975 August 10, 1975
"The Golden Beach" August 17, 1975 December 21, 1975
"The Blue Giant" December 28, 1975 April 11, 1976
"Joonkar and the Slavers" April 18, 1976 August 29, 1976
"The Stolen Ring" September 5, 1976 December 19, 1976
"The Swamp Dragon" December 26, 1976 April 17, 1977
"The Hunters" April 24, 1977 August 7, 1977
"The Delta Pirates" August 14, 1977 October 23, 1977
"The Wedding of the Phantom" October 30, 1977 February 5, 1978
"The Three Bandits" February 12, 1978 April 9, 1978
"What's Wrong with Hzz?" April 16, 1978 July 23, 1978
"The Star of Bangalla" July 30, 1978 November 5, 1978
"The Heirs" November 12, 1978 May 20, 1979
"Jungle Olympics" May 27, 1979 September 2, 1979
"The Name" September 9, 1979 December 9, 1979
"The Vault of Missing Men" December 16, 1979 June 1, 1980
"The Uninvited Visitors" June 8, 1980 November 16, 1980
"Crook's Haven" November 23, 1980 May 24, 1981
"Crazy Louie's Story" May 31, 1981 November 8, 1981
"Kit and the Little People" November 15 ,1981 April 11, 1982
"The Terrorists" April 18, 1982 September 5, 1982
"The Missing Link Family" September 12, 1982 January 16, 1983
"Mysterious Karapura" January 23, 1983 July 31, 1983
"The Eastern Dark" August 7, 1983 January 29, 1984
"The Golden Beach of Keela-Wee" February 5, 1984 May 6, 1984
"The Deadliest Animals in the Jungle" May 13, 1984 August 19, 1984
"The Third Phantom" August 26, 1984 February 17, 1985
"The Whispering Grove" February 24, 1985 June 9, 1985
"The Forest Giants" June 16, 1985 January 5, 1986
"Phantom Head Peak" January 12, 1986 April 27, 1986
"Sunken Treasure" May 4, 1986 August 31, 1986
"The Escaped Convicts" September 7, 1986 December 21,1986
"Queen Amaza's Mate" December 28, 1986 June 28, 1987
"The Twins' 8th Birthday" July 5, 1987 September 27, 1987
"The Irrondi and the Great Ones" October 4, 1987  ?

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