Chiefly pictures, in poster style and colors, telling the story (with the help of running captions) of an organ-grinder's...

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JOCKO

Chiefly pictures, in poster style and colors, telling the story (with the help of running captions) of an organ-grinder's monkey and his adventures and misadventures. Nothing particularly distinguished, but it has the sort of appeal the comic strips and the fast action movies have, as Jocko upsets perfectly innocent people in his chase through the town, and winds up in a circus parade.

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Publisher: Whitman

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937