Billy Bunter

William George Bunter (a.k.a. Billy Bunter, the "Fat Owl of the Remove") is a fictional character created by Charles Hamilton using the pen name Frank Richards. He featured originally in stories set at Greyfriars School in the boys' weekly story paper The Magnet, first published in 1908. Bunter has since appeared in novels, on television, in stage plays, and in comic strips.

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List Of Stories By Charles Hamilton - Listing
... number of stories Greyfriars School Frank Richards Magnet, Schoolboys' Own Library, Billy Bunter's Own, Cassell 1908-1961 1,500 St Jim's School Martin Clifford Gem, Schoolboys Own Library, Tom Merry's Own ...
Billy Bunter - Bibliography
... Wright, Una McCall, Peter (2006), The Far Side of Billy Bunter the Biography of Charles Hamilton, London Friars Library ...
C. H. Chapman - Biography
... illustrate the well established character Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School ... The Billy Bunter series ran regularly until World War II ... Chapman also drew the first nine two page 'Billy Bunter' comic-strip stories in the early issues of the Knockout comic magazine in 1939 ...

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