December 31, 2018 Cartoon Collections, Humor, The 1940s, The 1950s Cartoons: Nutty New Year May your new year be filled with laughter. Here are a few classic cartoons from the 1940s and '50s to get you started. Post Editors Share on Facebook (opens new window) Share on Twitter (opens new window) Share on Pinterest (opens new window) Weekly Newsletter The best of The Saturday Evening Post in your inbox! Join SUPPORT THE POST “She won’t need a noisemaker.” Exactly at midnight I’ll drop an ice cube down her back.”Hank KetchamDecember 29, 1951 “Now we’ll celebrate New Year’s Eve in California!”Henry BoltinoffDecember 31, 1949 “That joke of Mr. Pringle’s we all laughed so much over—what was the point?”Tony BarlowDecember 31, 1949 “It’s a black two-door sedan—“Douglas BorgstedtDecember 27, 1947 “I made a list of New Year’s resolutions for each of us. Here’s yours.”Al JohnsDecember 30, 1950 “Now let’s don’t’ go at it like it was our last New Year’s on earth!”Dave GeraroDecember 31, 1955 Become a Saturday Evening Post member and enjoy unlimited access. Subscribe now
Thank you for pointing out our oversight! We have added his name to the caption.
Surprised that you didn’t put the name of the cartoonist of the ice cube cartoon: Hank Ketcham, creator of Dennis the Menace.
I like the bottom three best.