Born in Scotland, Alex Graham began selling cartoons to magazines during World War II. He created a comic strip, "Wee Hughie", in 1945 and continued this feature until about 1970 in the Dundee Weekly News. Graham produced two other comics, "Our Bill" and "Briggs the Butler" in 1946. On July 9, 1963, Graham began the comic strip with which he is most closely associated: "Fred Basset". The strip still continues in the "Daily Mail" and "Mail on Sunday", and a book of the Fred cartoons is published every year.
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