Mike Noble (biography)Medium:
Pen & Inks on Acid-free BoardSize:
11" x 12" (285mm x 295mm)Date:
Signed by artist in ink on the first panel of the second pageThese are the Signed unique original Pen & Ink drawings by Mike Noble.
Worzel attempts to get Sunshine to confess but is stopped in his tracks by a posse intent on capturing the fugitive scarecrow. Sunshine is found out when Worzel draws the Crowman's attention to the correct spelling used in a piece of evidence. Knowing that Worzel cannot spell a lick the suspicion finally falls on Sunshine who bolts.
This illustration featured in issue 23 of Look-in magazine.
Originally created by author Barbara Euphan Todd, living scarecrow Worzel Gummidge had been adapted to radio in the 1930s and television in the 1950s, but he'd largely fallen out of general public's consciousness until a new TV series based on the stories began airing on 25th February 1979, starring John Pertwee. In April 1979 a comic strip based on the character debuted in Look-In.Click for larger image ...