Cartoons: The Doctor Is In

Our mid-century doctor cartoons will tickle your funny bone!

A patient stands with a group of doctors around an operating table.

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Woman with books, leg rest, and radio sits in a doctor's waiting room.
“I’ve been here before.”
Bill Harrison
December 1, 1951

 

Doctor delivers bad news to his patient in his office.
“There’s really nothing unusual about your condition, Mr. Phlinch, except for the fact that it is so seldom encountered in a person who is still living.”
Bernhardt
November 3, 1951

 

Patient speaks to his doctor while he is pressing a stethoscope against his chest.
“At first I thought it was my car motor knocking.”
George Smith
September 15, 1951

 

A patient stands with a group of doctors around an operating table.
“Now stop this nonsense, Mr. Fulvy, and get back on the table!”
Galagher
September 8, 1951

 

Doctor speaks to his patient.
“I’m afraid I haven’t impressed you with the seriousness of your condition.”
Al Johns
July 4, 1959

 

Older patient speaks to his doctor
“Feel as good as I did when I was twenty. Felt lousy then too.”
Bill K
January 5, 1952

 

Doctor gives pills to his patient.
“Take one upon going to bed, and the other if you wake up in the morning.”
Vick Ericson
December 29, 1951

 

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