Count Tony Bergac

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'''Count Tony Bergac'''
  
 
A smooth-talking bogus French count, in reality a crafty ex-convict named Ricky Hanlon, who attempts to charm wealthy department store heiress Patricia Randall into marriage and, when that fails, to have her murdered and replaced by an impostor so that he can seize control of her wealth and her business holdings. Ricky Hanlon, alias Count Bergac, is apprehended by [[Superman]] in July-August 1941 (S No. 11/4).
 
A smooth-talking bogus French count, in reality a crafty ex-convict named Ricky Hanlon, who attempts to charm wealthy department store heiress Patricia Randall into marriage and, when that fails, to have her murdered and replaced by an impostor so that he can seize control of her wealth and her business holdings. Ricky Hanlon, alias Count Bergac, is apprehended by [[Superman]] in July-August 1941 (S No. 11/4).
  
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Count Tony Bergac

Count Tony Bergac

A smooth-talking bogus French count, in reality a crafty ex-convict named Ricky Hanlon, who attempts to charm wealthy department store heiress Patricia Randall into marriage and, when that fails, to have her murdered and replaced by an impostor so that he can seize control of her wealth and her business holdings. Ricky Hanlon, alias Count Bergac, is apprehended by Superman in July-August 1941 (S No. 11/4).

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