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Shuster . Other titles included ''Funny Pages'', ''Funny Picture Stories'', ''Detective Picture Stories'' and ''Keen Detective Funnies''. Daniel R. Hanna Sr., publisher of Ohio's ''Cleveland News'', printed the interiors, with Cleveland's Penton Press printing the covers and handling binding and shipping. But the company — which would evolve into Centaur Publications — would have no hit title. Drug empire


Switzerland

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Japan

by US division Jaleco Entertainment. When PCCW Japan changed its name back to Jaleco, it adopted the logo. By 2000, Jaleco, still active in the development of arcade and console video games, hadn't produced any hit title in years and was in a struggling state. Its American division Jaleco USA had already left the arcade industry in 1993. On November 1, 2000, Jaleco was acquired by Hong-Kong company PCCW. Jaleco, renamed '''PCCW Japan''', gave the PCCW Group a foothold in Japan. PCCW

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Brazil

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France

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United States

, they released the album ''Simple Rule'', which included a hit title track, as well as "Broken" and "Ain't That Simple." The following year the group released a live album, ''Live Savings''. In the meantime, Jan was asked to co-write "That's As Close as I Get To...", a song sung by American (United States) country (country music) singer Aaron Tippin. '''Ishman Bracey''' (January 9, 1901 – February 12, 1970

''Sopwith Camel (Sopwith Camel (album))'', in 1967 on the Kama Sutra Records label (record label). The band's only hit single (single (music)), "Hello, Hello", became the first hit title to emerge from the San Francisco rock scene and reached #26 on the U.S. (United States) pop music charts (record chart) in January 1967 and #9 on the Canadian RPM Magazine (RPM (magazine)) charts in February. The band's first album, and the Vaudeville


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