Cartoons: Little Brothers

There’s nothing like a little brother to ruin a romantic evening.

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“She went dancing with a sick friend, or something.”
Harry Mace
June 2, 1951

 

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“I was wondering how long it would take you to notice me.”
Goldstein
April 21, 1951

 

“You must be the second shift.”
Bob Barnes
April 21, 1951
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“—simply dreamy! Tonight he called and my poor heart positively swooned with ecstasy—but really!”
Les Colin
April 7, 1951

 

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“Sis says to tell you she’s sorry but she’s developed a splitting headache. For 50 cents do you want to know what she really said?”
Salo
March 24, 1951

 

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“The plot’s thickening!”
Mel Lazarus
March 15, 1952

 

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“It’s the Gregory Peck of the shipping department.”
Goldstein
January 19, 1952

 

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“Am I breaking the spell?”
Goldstein
June 9, 1951

 

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