"Green Lantern: "The Slap-Happy Shoes"": Owen the Leprechaun returns. He is unfrozen only to get into more trouble, as Wilbur, a crook, catches him. According to Leprechaun Law, Owen must serve his captor until he is able to barter for his freedom with a pot of gold. Owen sends his Pixie frie

All-American Comics #74 is an issue of the series All-American Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1946.

Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Slap-Happy Shoes"

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  • Wilbur (Single appearance)
  • his gang (Single appearance)
    • Tim (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Slap-Happy Shoes"

Owen the Leprechaun returns. He is unfrozen only to get into more trouble, as Wilbur, a crook, catches him. According to Leprechaun Law, Owen must serve his captor until he is able to barter for his freedom with a pot of gold. Owen sends his Pixie friend to Ireland to retrieve his pot of gold for Wilbur, who insists that he serve him until the Pixie returns. Green Lantern and Doiby manage to thwart the criminals, and unlucky Wilbur discovers that Owen's "pot of gold" is just a small thimble worth. Owen mentions that he never said how big his pot was.

Appearing in Doctor Mid-Nite: "The House Where Things Go Wrong"

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  • Jasper (Single appearance)
  • Big Mouth and his gang (Single appearance)
    • Slick (Single appearance)
    • Curly (Single appearance)

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  • Ambrose Yates (Single appearance)
  • Martha Yates (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Doctor Mid-Nite: "The House Where Things Go Wrong"

The Yates, an elderly couple, were afraid they were having hallucinations and attacks of delusion. They asked Dr. McNider for help, and that night he paid them a visit as Dr. Mid-Nite. He discovered a ploy by their nephew Jasper to set things up around the house to make the Yates think they were going mad. If they had left the house like he planned, he could have let some crooks that he owed money to rob the place of all it's valuables. But since his plan was uncovered by Dr. Mid-Nite, Jasper and the crooks were all sent to jail, with Jasper deciding to go straight after his sentence was over.

Appearing in Winky, Blinky, & Noddy, and the Flash: "We Warned You"

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Synopsis for Winky, Blinky, & Noddy, and the Flash: "We Warned You"

The three dimwits were at work pasting a large sign to the side of a building. Of course, as it goes with the boys, things go wrong whenever they can, and they have accident after accident, until finally they manage to accidentally set the entire building on fire. Jay Garrick, the Flash, uses his speed to rescue the tenants and put out the flames. He even finishes putting the sign up, which tells people to be careful to avoid accidents, something Winky, Blinky, and Noddy should have read before they started.

Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Blow Gabriel Blow"

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  • Nazis
    • Obermeister (Single appearance)
    • Fritz (Single appearance)

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  • Professor Kresnit (Only appearance; dies)
  • Hera Kresnit (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Gabriel (a town)

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  • a plane (Destroyed)

Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Blow Gabriel Blow"

During a mission, Hop and Tank come across a Nazi run underground factory, where the slave workers are made to believe the Nazis have already conquered the world.

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