Rupert Bear in TurkishEdit

The ever-popular British comic strip Rupert Bear, created in 1920 for Daily Express and still running today, was serialized in Turkish children's magazine Çocuk in the late 1930s as 'Küçük Ayı Ruperin Serüvenleri (The Adventures of Ruper the Little Bear)'. The scan is from no. 121, dated Jan. 13th, 1939, and features the third and concluding installement of an episode titled as 'Yıkık Kaledeki Hırsız [The Thief at the Ruined Castle]'. Rupert Bear in Turkish


Rupert Bear in RussianEdit

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Rupert's influence on the BeatlesEdit

Rupert bears influence on the Beatles

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