Tracy, Dick American plainclothes detective with a jutting jaw whose slogan (like the FBI's) is ‘Crime doesn't pay’, and who is ready to use violence in the service of right, in the cartoon strip created in 1931 by the American cartoonist Chester Gould (1900–85).
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