Cartoons: Phone Booth Funnies

These cartoons will make you think twice about missing those old-time telephones!

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Sailor covers his eyes as he spins a rotary phone.
Leo Garel
October 7, 1944

 

A desperate sailor flirts with a telephone operator as he makes a phone call.
“Hello, operator?…are you busy tonight?”
Geisenheimer
September 6, 1952

 

Woman presses her ear against the wall of her phone booth to hear a neighboring conversation, much to the chagrin of the people waiting to use her booth.
Ron
September 2, 1944

 

An unhappy, unattractive man waits while his buddy tries to set up a double date.
“I thought maybe we could make it a double date if you can get a friend of yours for Herman. Not too good a friend, incidentally.”
Follette
June 23, 1951

 

 

Man comments on the person inside the phone booth he needs to use.
“No, I think he had it when he went in.”
Bill Harrison
January 23, 1954

 

A small, irritating little man is using a phone booth.
“No, this isn’t Steve…guess again…no-o-o-o…unh-uh…nope…try again…no, not Malcolm…no-o-o-o…nah…”
Civic
October 20, 1951

 

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