Cartoons: Bank on It

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

Bank robber posing as an architectural student draws vault diagrams in the bank lobby.

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Bank robber posing as an architectural student draws vault diagrams in the bank lobby.
“He says he’s an architectural student.”
Harry Mace
August 11, 1956

 

Bank owner is found sleeping in the vault
“Good morning! I trust you all had an enjoyable weekend?”
Al Johns
August 4, 1956

 

Loan customer whispers in the ear of the loan officer, because they are in a company called "Confidential Loan Company"
“I’d like to borrow some money.”
Zeis
December 3, 1955

 

Bank teller has trouble reading a robber's poor handwriting
“This is a STACKUP?….No….SLICKUP?….No….Golly, you’ve got terrible handwriting!”
Busino
November 26, 1955

 

Restaurant server brings his tips to the bank in a food cart
“Well, yes, you might say Friday is our busy day.”
Dave Hirsch
June 16, 1956

 

Small loan officer counts the pennies that are part of customer's loan.
“Thirty-five, forty, forty-five, fifty, fifty-five, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, and ten makes one dollar.”
Al Johns
May 5, 1956

 

Bank robbers joke about stealing money
“I’d like to close out everybody’s account.”
Busino
April 7, 1956

 

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Comments

  1. I like them all, but #4 about the terrible handwriting would be my favorite here. The facial expressions are priceless. There certainly were A LOT of bank-oriented cartoons in the mid-50’s weren’t there?!

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