He gave them a dog, but their foster mother changed it from a gentle pup into a vicious dog.
It was quite open about this — the masthead proclaimed 'From all the most interesting books, periodicals and contributors in the world.
A polar bear reminded them of their childhood friend, Mr.
Untold was distributed by Time Out but folded after a couple of years.
The name lives on as a glossy adult monthly Titbits International.
At one stage it became a quintessential 1960s magazine, under art director Tom Wolsey, helping to establish photographers such as Terence Donovan and Don McCullin.