Difference between revisions of "Harold Darcy"

From Rocklopedia Fakebandica
Jump to navigationJump to search
(Created page with "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...")
 
 
Line 1: Line 1:
Songwriter from the one page text story "[[Francis the Folksinger]]" in Charlton romance comic book ''Romantic Story'' #77 (July 1965).
+
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:
+
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:
 
<blockquote>
 
<blockquote>
 
"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."
Line 7: Line 7:
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Francis the Folksinger]]
+
*[[Frances the Folk Singer]]
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Latest revision as of 10:06, 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

External Links