Emile, Emir of Emmo

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Emile, Emir of Emmo
Start date: February 20th, 1972
End date: May 14th, 1972
# of strips: 13 (13 weeks)
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Fred Fredericks
Preceded by: "The Garden of the Inca"
Followed by: "The Blue Thing"

"Emile, Emir of Emmo" is the 116th Mandrake Sunday story. The story was written by Lee Falk and drawn by Fred Fredericks.

Plot Summary

One of the world's richest men, Emile the Emir of Emmo, fear that he one day would die and lose all. He want to live forever, then three famous scientists vanished..


Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Emile, Emire of Emmo. The 12th of his line.
  • J.R. Ruk, premier of Emmo
  • Dr. Nelson, a scientist
  • Dr. Mitsui, a scientist
  • Dr. Boris, a scientist
  • Prof. Mandragora, Mandrake disguised


  • New York City
  • Emmo, a country in a remote corner of the globe


  • Inter-Intel, pool of crime information for all world law agencies

Behind the scenes

  • At the deepwoods.org index the title for this story is "Emile, Emir of Emmo", which is lifted from the plot.

Signifiant covers


This story has been published in the following publications:

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