Cartoons: Musical Interlude

Many of these cartoon musicians march to the beat of their own drum, but we hope they strike a humorous chord with you!

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 “The dog is coming along nicely.” from October 22, 1960
“The dog is coming along nicely.”
October 22, 1960

 

 “And that, ladies and gentlemen, was the <em>Flight of the Bumblebee</em>” from October 8, 1960
“And that, ladies and gentlemen, was the Flight of the Bumblebee”
October 8, 1960

 

from November 21, 1942

November 21, 1942

 

from September/October 1994

September/October 1994

 

 “Perhaps we can persuade him to play something.” from November 23, 1957
“Perhaps we can persuade him to play something.”
November 23, 1957

 

 “Play something expensive.” from November 23, 1957
“Play something expensive.”
November 23, 1957

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  1. Since I already subscribe to the Post, do I have access to the archives, or do I need to pay $15 in addition?

  2. I smiled because when I saw the cartoon with the piano player looking up and seeing the birds as notes is something that I do when the birds come back to Florida in the fall. I used to play the piano when I was a young girl.

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