Cartoons: Christmas Countdown

Decorating, shopping, and wrapping gifts. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Christmas Cartoon

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Cartoons of Christmas Past—from as far back as the ’40s—show that getting ready for December 25 is never easy.

 December 1951

 
December 1951

"Mom, will you remind me when it’s time to start being a good boy?" December 1943

"Mom, will you remind me when it’s time to start being a good boy?"
December 1943

"…then they’ll say, ‘What a <em>SWEET</em> little boy, and what a <em>DARLING</em> Christmas card."  December 1948

"... then they’ll say, ‘What a SWEET little boy, and what a DARLING Christmas card.'"
December 1948

"Rather like it over there."  December 1961

"Rather like it over there."
December 1961

"Sixth floor—toys, Santa Claus, pandemonium."  December 1961

"Sixth floor—toys, Santa Claus, pandemonium."
December 1961

"…And here’s our own Liz Rafferty, just back from the stores with a few last-minute shopping suggestions." December 1993

"…And here’s our own Liz Rafferty, just back from the stores with a few last-minute shopping suggestions."
December 1993

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