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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Torchy Brown]]
 
*[[Torchy Brown]]
*[[Earl Lester]]
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*[[King Ivory]]
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
https://toyandminiaturemuseum.org/exhibits/cartoons-turned-paper-dolls/
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*https://toyandminiaturemuseum.org/exhibits/cartoons-turned-paper-dolls/
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*https://www.harlemworldmagazine.com/jackie-ormes-creator-torchy-brown-dixie-harlem-inducted-harlem-fame/
 
*https://www.torchybrown.com/
 
*https://www.torchybrown.com/
 
*https://www.jackieormes.com/tbdh.php
 
*https://www.jackieormes.com/tbdh.php
 
*https://library.osu.edu/site/cartoons/tag/torchy-brown-in-dixie-to-harlem/
 
*https://library.osu.edu/site/cartoons/tag/torchy-brown-in-dixie-to-harlem/
  
[[Category:1937|Ivory, King]]
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[[Category:1951|Lester, Earl]]
[[Category:Comic strips|Ivory, King]]
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[[Category:Comic strips|Lester, Earl]]
[[Category:Fictional trumpeters|Ivory, King]]
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[[Category:Fictional pianists|Lester, Earl]]

Latest revision as of 10:16, 13 November 2019

Lester Earl Torchy Brown Heartbeats.png

Young, promising African-American pianist from a 1951 plotline of the comic strip 'Torchy in Heartbeats (1950-1954), by the first female African American cartoonist, Jackie Ormes.

Despondent after both his hands are crushed in an accident, protagonist Torchy tries to help him overcome his depression, and falls for him. Torchy also enlists the help of King Ivory, Lester's teacher and mentor.

Surgery might repair his hands.

See also

External Links