Cartoons: Door to Door Salesmen

Gents in cartoons selling brushes and brooms!

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“…and stay away!”
Harry Mace
September 27, 1952

 

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“For the last time! I don’t want any kind of brushes!”
Wesley Thompson
July 12, 1952

 

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“Is my mother home? — That’s a silly question.”
Geoff Green
June 9, 1951

 

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“Ah…you’re just the man I want to see!”
Clyde Lamb
January 24, 1953

 

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“Good morning, ladies…oh, I’m sorry…good morning, madam.”
Tom Henderson
December 5, 1953

 

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“I see I’ve roused your curiosity — now to show you a few samples!”
Frank Beaven
November 27, 1954

 

“O.K., I’ll take one!…Two?…Three?…A dozen??”
Frank O’Neal
October 11, 1952

 

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Comments

  1. What a great batch you’ve picked out here! Numbers 1, 3, 4 and 5 are my favorites. Five just takes the cake for the awkward (but truthful) slip-of-the-tongue, then trying to backtrack it. Yeah, no. She’ll never buy from him now.

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