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V.T. Hamlin’s Prehistoric Fish!

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Prehistoric Fish features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


V.T. Hamlin’s Prehistoric Man!

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Prehistoric Man features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


V.T. Hamlin’s Prehistoric Mammals!

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Prehistoric Mammal features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


V.T. Hamlin’s Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Flying Reptiles!

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Flying Reptiles features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


V.T. Hamlin’s Prehistoric Birds!

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Prehistoric Birds features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


V.T. Hamlin’s Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Swimming Reptiles!

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Swimming Reptile features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


V.T. Hamlin’s Dinosaurs: 1934-1936

For years, Alley Oop’s creator V.T. Hamlin included a special panel each Sunday called Dinny’s Family Album. It offered a non-fiction look at the early 20th century’s best take on dinosaurs, prehistoric mammals, and other prehistoric animals.

Today we take a look at all the Dinosaur features from 1934-1936. Enjoy!


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