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Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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Sarasota Herald-Tribune is an American newspaper that published "The Phantom" Sunday strip from 19?? to 19??.


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Published stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Founding of the Jungle Patrol" July 5, 1964 January 24, 1965
"The Great Web of Spidera" January 31, 1965 June 27, 1965
"Mystery of Wamba Falls Inn" July 4, 1965 October 24, 1965
"The Veiled Lady" October 31, 1965 May 8, 1966
"Rex King" May 15, 1966 December 11, 1966
"The Golden Sands of Keela-Wee" December 18, 1966 April 2, 1967
"The Lions of Kukhan" April 9, 1967 August 6, 1967
"The Super-Jet Gang" August 13, 1967 November 26, 1967
"Strangers at Keela-Wee" December 3, 1967 March 24, 1968
"The Little Ones" March 31, 1968 August 11, 1968
"The Black Gold Pirates" August 18, 1968 December 29, 1968
"Walker's Table" January 5, 1969 April 20, 1969
"The Hijackers" April 27, 1969 August 3, 1969
"The Missing Link" August 10, 1969 December 7, 1969
"The Golden People" December 14, 1969 March 29, 1970

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