Cartoons: To the Mattresses

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Turn mattress
“Say, did you by any chance turn this mattress today?”
Tom Henderson
November 3, 1945

 

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“We’re looking for a bed, not a trampoline.”
Al Johns
October 31, 1959

 

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“I lose more customers that way!”
Salo
June 8, 1957

 

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“Could I see something a bit on the firmer side?”
Al Johns
April 11, 1959

 

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“It’s been an hour already. How long do these demonstrations usually last?”
Herb Green
January 22, 1955

 

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“Well, it’s a living.”
Bill Yates
November 24,1956

 

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  1. I love them all, but found number 3 (by Salo) the funniest. The bed hopping ‘arches’ and the salesman’s angry facial expression while exclaiming was great!

    It reminds me of a great scene from a very funny ABC -TV movie ‘The Girl Most Likely To’ from 1973 starring Stockard Channing I re-watched recently, and it’s just as great now as it was then. How could it not be with Joan Rivers behind it?!

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