The Haunted Range
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|The Haunted Range|
|Start date:||October 30th, 1938|
|End date:||December 25th, 1938|
|# of strips:||9 (9 weeks)|
|Preceded by:||"Mandrake and Lothar at the Carnival"|
|Followed by:||"The Fisherman"|
Donna has inherited a mountain range, which is supposed to be haunted by a two-headed monster.
- Harker, cowboy at the Haunted Range.
- Indian Steve, cowboy at the Haunted Range.
- Wildcat, the worst bronc at the range.
- Joe, an indian boy.
- New York ?
- New Mexico
- The Haunted Range, a mountain range
Behind the scenes
- The title for the story is taken from the strip of November 20, 1938 (Next Week - The Haunted Range).
- Mandrake's last dialog is the first time the "fairytale ending phrase" And so ends (the legend of the Hounted Range and the two-headed monster) is used.
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "Le monstre de la montagne", Robinson (1939)
- "Le monstre de la montagne", L'âge d'or Mandrake #2 (1980)
- "Il mostro della montagna", Albo avventuroso 14 - Mandrake #22 (1948)
- "Il monstro della montagna", L'epoca d'oro di Mandrake #2 (1980)
- "??", Świat Przygód #??-?? (1937-1939)
- "El monstruo de las dos cabezas", Merlin el Mago Moderno #7 (194?)
- "El Monstruo de la Montaña", Mandrake #4 (1999)
- "(no given title)", Biblioteka Nostalgija #3 (1985)