Cartoons: Under Construction

If you like excavators, cranes, and front loaders, you’ll really “dig” our construction cartoons!

Construction worker advertising his company like a theater marquee

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Construction workers take a bow in front of a crowd gathering at a build site.
Anatol Kovarsky
September 13, 1952

 

Foreman catches construction worker sleeping in a machine.
“The lunch hour is over, Johnson!”
Tom Henderson
June 19, 1956

 

 

Foreman uses construction equipment to find some of his employees skipping work to play poker
“HAH!”
Scott Taber
March 16, 1957

 

Two construction workers use wrecking balls to attack eachother.
“All right you two, break it up, break it up.”
Scott Taber
February 11, 1956

 

Money dump
“Hold it!”
Scott Taber
February 4, 1956

 

Construction worker advertising his company like a theater marquee
Dave Hirsch
December 1, 1956

 

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  1. There was the New York news report of fleeing jewelry thieves tossing a bag of gems over a construction fence. After the capture, the cops came back to the site and asked the construction crew for the gems. They tried to get by with the reply “What gems?”, but the cops found them hidden in the rubble. The thieves plan for a jewelry delivery vehicle hijack failed when none of them could drive the stick shift van.

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