Le Nouvelliste

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Le Nouvelliste is a Canadian newspaper that published "The Phantom" Sunday strip with the title "Le Fantôme" from 1948 to 1953 and daily strip from 1955 to 19??.

History

Le Nouvelliste is regional newspaper, based in Trois-Rivières, Quebec and is publishing in French language. "The Phantom" first appeared in Le Nouvelliste on February 7, 1948, and had been published on Saturday, one day before appearance in American newspapers, until to cancellation of the Phantom Sunday strips in this newspaper on September 12, 1953. From November 1955, the Phantom daily strips started in this newspaper.

The first Phantom strip published in Le Nouvelliste (February 7, 1948).

Published stories

Sunday stories

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Marshall Sisters" February 7, 1948 May 15, 1948 without the first eleven weeks
"The Phantom Trophy" May 22, 1948 September 4, 1948
"The Haunted Castle" September 11, 1948 February 12, 1949
"Fathers and Sons" February 19, 1949 April 23, 1949
"The Flirtatious Princess" April 30, 1949 August 20, 1949
"The Thuggees" August 27, 1949 February 18, 1950
"The Ape Idol of the Durugu" February 25, 1950 May 6, 1950
"The Mysterious Passenger" May 13, 1950 July 15, 1950
"Jungle King" July 22, 1950 October 21, 1950
"The Phantom's Ring" October 28, 1950 June 9, 1951
"The Rope People" June 16, 1951 November 3, 1951
"Tale of Devil" November 10, 1951 March 22, 1952
"The 'Copter Pirates" March 29, 1952 July 12, 1952
"The Female Phantom" July 19, 1952 October 11, 1952
"Diana and the Bank Robbers" October 18, 1952 January 31, 1953
"The Chain" February 7, 1953 May 23, 1953
"Madcap Miriam" May 30, 1953 September 12, 1953 without the last five weeks

Daily stories

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