|Piece of Cake character|
|First appearance||Piece of Cake Page 30 - September 1939|
|Last appearance||Piece of Cake Page 108 - October 1939|
|Created by||Derek Robinson|
|Portrayed by||Tom Radcliffe|
|Occupation||RAF Fighter Pilot|
|Died||October 1939 - Flying accident|
Richard 'Dicky' Starr was a young pilot serving with Hornet Squadron during the early days of World War 2.
Starr joined Hornet Squadron sometime before the start of Piece of Cake. He is described as being the youngest and smallest member of the squadron, his small stature prompting Cattermole to suggest using Dicky as the ball in a game of Mess Rugby on the last day of August 1939.
- ↑ Skull reveals Starr was a Methodist when informing Rex and Kellaway that the local priest wants Starr's body removed from his grave because he wasn't Catholic.
- ↑ In the miniseries, Starr succeeded in flying under the bridge, only to crash into a tree after failing to pull up.