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I remember Brassy in the Gazzette anybody else ? =D>

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Ireally must be Old if no one else remembers Brassy :mrgreen:

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I can remember....especially as there was a piece in the Gazette recently about the guy who used to draw the cartoons.
I am also old enough to remember 'Dodge'who did cartoons of footballers in the Green Final.

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brassy a a marine school cadet if i remember right, his hat was always very big, that would have been in the 1950 s

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You are absolutely right. A long time ago.

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I remember him a very, very long time ago.

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He was called Brassie, a navy cadet, by Doug Smith. I used to read it from the latter part of the 1940s.
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Can't remember Brassy,but can remember Chipper.
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