Cartoons: Skiing Silliness

Skiing can be elegant and athletic, but not in these cartoons! These schussing shenanigans will leave you in stitches.

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Skiing can be elegant and athletic, but not in these cartoons! These schussing shenanigans will leave you in stitches.

A couple speaking to eachother on skis.
“Sometimes I think it’s more fun than skiing.”
Ed Nofziger
February 24, 1940

 

Boy scouts watching their troup master ski down a slope
“Don’t ask me! He’ll probably have a fancy Norwegian name for it.”
Roland Coe
December 08, 1945

 

Men watch a skier tumble down a slope
“I don’t see any soaring poetry of motion.”
Robert Day
December 21, 1940

 

A crowd watch a man tumble off a ski jump
“All of a sudden I lost my nerve!”
December 11, 1943

 

A skier dodges a tree while downhill
GHG
December 02, 1944

 

A troupmaster watching his scouts ski down a slope
Roland Coe
December 23, 1944

 

A skier passes by his instructor on a slope
“Elbows in a little closer, Mr. Fletcher.”
David Huffine
January 6, 1945

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