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Louis 'Lou' Fine - 'Basil Berold, Curt Davis, Sid L. Sidney'

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2013-10-24 16:53:01 crimson78 First Name Lou Louis 'Lou'
2013-10-24 16:53:01 crimson78 Suffix none
2013-10-24 16:53:01 crimson78 DOB 1914 November 26, 1914
2013-10-24 16:53:01 crimson78 Birthplace New York, NY
2013-10-24 16:53:01 crimson78 DOD 24th July 1971 July 24, 1971
2012-10-12 21:11:10 Soda Suffix none
2012-10-12 21:11:10 Soda Nickname Basil Berold, Curt Davis, Sid L. Sidney
2005-12-15 04:02:38 Roger Langridge Suffix none
2005-12-15 04:02:38 Roger Langridge DOB 1914
2005-12-15 04:02:38 Roger Langridge DOD 24th July 1971
2005-12-15 04:02:38 Roger Langridge Bio Louis Kenneth Fine was born in New York. He studied at the Grand Central Art School and Pratt Institute. He was partially crippled by childhood polio and longed to be an illustrator. Among his major influences were Dean Cornwell, J.C. Leyendecker, and Heinrich Kley. Lou Fine joined the Eisner-Iger comic shop in 1938 and soon was drawing for the Fiction House and Fox lines on such features as 'Wilton of the West', 'The Count of Monte Cristo', and 'The Flame'. Within a short time he became one of their best artists. He drew parts of the 'Jumbo' and 'Sheena' comics, and he also produced several adventure comics. Between 1939 and 1943, he worked for the Arnold's Quality Comics group. He produced 'Black Condor', 'Stormy Foster' and several issues of 'Uncle Sam'. From early on, Fine's specialty was covers, and he turned out dozens of them. Lou Fine left the comic book industry in 1944 and moved into drawing Sunday advertising strips for the funnies. Next, he drew two newspaper strips, 'Adam Ames', and 'Peter Scratch', about a tough private eye who lived with his mother. Fine died in 1971 and according to Will Eisner, he was one of the greatest draftsmen ever. (From
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