Cartoons: Bank on It

These cartoons will have you laughing all the way to the bank!

Father pulls out money for each of his family members

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Husband and wife walk into a bank, talking
“So this is where you’ve been keeping the money…”
Mel Lazarus
November 4, 1950

 

Father pulls out money for each of his family members
“Gimme a twenty, two tens, one five, and three ones…”
Bob Barnes
November 4, 1950

 

Little girl drags her brother and his piggy bank to a bank teller's counter.
“We’d like to open a joint account!”
Lundberg
October 7, 1950

 

A woman who's leaving her partner demands to know how much money is left in their joint account.
“how much money is in my joint account?”
Don Tobin
October 7, 1950

 

Woman speaks to a financial consultant
“Oh, I didn’t want to put any more in.”
Chon Day
September 20, 1952

 

Bank teller is caught stuffing cash into his briefcase
“I’m so far behind in my work, I thought I’d take some home and count it there.”
Brad Anderson
July 2, 1955

 

Women walk away from a freaked-out teller
“Imagine making all that fuss over one little decimal point!”
Lepper
June 18, 1955

 

Women leave a bank
“I always like to start the day off with a withdrawal.”
Chon Day
December 1, 1951

 

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Comments

  1. Very funny. The subtle humor of the father getting bills to give his large family was especially cute.

  2. Nice to see comedy from the near past one can enjoy the normality of life at a soothing way…with peace at mind.

  3. These are all pretty amusing, but I like #6 the best of the batch. Wouldn’t we all be willing to take that particular kind of ‘work’ home to count?! Amazingly nonchalant about it, too.

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