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Believe It or Not #7 (1931)

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Robert L. Ripley ...
Himself (as Mr. Ripley)
Dan Edwards ...
Himself - Most Decorated U.S. Veteran
Albert J. Smith ...
Himself - One-armed Paperhanger
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January 1931 (USA)  »

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Ach Du Lieber Augustine
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31 March 2010 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Believe It or Not #7 (1931)

** (out of 4)

Another entry in Robert L. Ripley's series. This time we also get to see Dan Edwards, the most decorated U.S. Veteran who is also missing a hand. For some reason we are introduced to another man missing a hand and then Ripley gets into the "believe it or not" stories. Included here is a woman married twelve times before her sixteenth birthday, a King who was married to a woman for twenty-eight years and only saw her twice; once when they were married and the other when she died. We also get to hear about a woman who died trying to solve a puzzle. As usual, the stories are all pretty hit and miss but for the most part the ones we get here are interesting. I'm really not sure what was up with a few of the people we were introduced to but it was nice getting to see a hero like Edwards who also gets to show off various honors that he's received.


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