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Jungle Jim is the fictional hero of a series of jungle adventures in various media. The series began in 1934 as an American newspaper comic strip chronicling the adventures of Asia-based hunter Jim Bradley, who was nicknamed Jungle Jim. The character also trekked through radio, film, comic book and television adaptations. Notable was a series of films and television episodes in which Johnny Weismuller portrayed the safari-suit wearing character, after hanging up his Tarzan loincloth. The strip was created by King Features Syndicate in order to compete with the popular United Feature Syndicate comic strip Tarzan, by Hal Foster.

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39 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1934
09 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1935
23 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1936

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16 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1937
52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1938
53 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1939

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52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1940
18 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1941

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52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1942
52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1943

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53 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1944
52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1945

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52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1946
53 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1947

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52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1948
52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1949

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54 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1950
52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1951

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52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1952
52 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1953

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32 pages/strips Jungle Jim 1954
38 pages/strips Jungle Jim Various

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