This page lists Jacovitti in Hungary.
Benito Jacovitti (March 19, 1923 - December 3, 1997) was born in Termoli, Italy. In 1939 Jacovitti started working for Il Vittorioso. Starting from 1949, he went on in I Diari Vitt published by A.V.E.In 1956 he began working for the newspaper Il Giorno dei Ragazzi, where Cocco Bill and Tom Ficcanaso were born. Ten years later he join Il Corriere dei Piccoli for which he created Cip l'Arcipoliziotto, Zorry Kid, and Tarallino Tarallà. In 1973 he published Gionni Peppe on the magazine Linus, followed in 1981 by Joe Balordo.
There exists at least one translated Cocco Bill story in Hungary. No proof if it was printed anyhow.
Dilibill: "Vadnyugati történet" 6+6+6 pgs.
("Dilibill" means "Stupid Bill".)
• Original (Part 1): Cocco Bill #36: "Salooon". Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 27/1978.
• Original (Part 2): Cocco Bill #37: "Cicci e Cocco". Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 29/1978.
• Original (Part 3, actually ought to be Part 8): Cocco Bill #43: "Coccopepite". Appeared for the first time in Il Giornalino 49/1978.
Page numer on every half page, part A and part B, pointing on the way how Jacovitti draws this story. Appeared in Internet [HUN]. Half page strips. Strip numbering, [JAC 78] logos and chapter titles emptied. Last frame on pg 36 (i.e. strip numbered as "18-B") emptied. Parts 3–7 do not exist!
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Created: June 25, 2009. Modified: February 6, 2012.