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Songwriter from the one page text story "[[Francis the Folksinger]]" in Charlton romance comic book ''Romantic Story'' #77 (July 1965).
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Songwriter from the one page text story "Francis the Folksinger" in Charlton romance comic book ''Romantic Story'' #77 (July 1965).
  
Jealous Carol dumps boyfriend [[Harold Darcy]] because he helped Leviton find her car after a gig. Darcy reveals he's a songwriter, and Leviton sings his song, and then:
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Jealous Carol dumps boyfriend [[Harold Darcy]] because he helped Frances Leviton find her car after a gig. Darcy reveals he's a songwriter, and Leviton sings his song, and then:
 
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"So it started with a song called "One in a Million." Then the next song was "The Right Girl," which was soon followed by one called, "No Broken Heart." Bill Jenkins of Fireside Records heard the songs. Need I tell you the rest? They sold in the millions. With TV engagements following. And then Dave Cooper the columnist wrote: " I understand that Frances the Folk Singer is going to marry her song writer."
 
"So it started with a song called "One in a Million." Then the next song was "The Right Girl," which was soon followed by one called, "No Broken Heart." Bill Jenkins of Fireside Records heard the songs. Need I tell you the rest? They sold in the millions. With TV engagements following. And then Dave Cooper the columnist wrote: " I understand that Frances the Folk Singer is going to marry her song writer."
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Francis the Folksinger]]
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*[[Frances the Folk Singer]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:06, 14 October 2020

Songwriter from the one page text story "Francis the Folksinger" in Charlton romance comic book Romantic Story #77 (July 1965).

Jealous Carol dumps boyfriend Harold Darcy because he helped Frances Leviton find her car after a gig. Darcy reveals he's a songwriter, and Leviton sings his song, and then:

"So it started with a song called "One in a Million." Then the next song was "The Right Girl," which was soon followed by one called, "No Broken Heart." Bill Jenkins of Fireside Records heard the songs. Need I tell you the rest? They sold in the millions. With TV engagements following. And then Dave Cooper the columnist wrote: " I understand that Frances the Folk Singer is going to marry her song writer."

See also

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