Cartoons: Canoe Capers

Two in a canoe can create quite a stew!

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George Gately
June 25, 1960

 

“I haven’t been in a canoe…in fifteen years.”
Ned Hilton
May 17, 1958

 

“Are you sure this guide is familiar with these parts?”
Joseph Zeis
May 10, 1958

 

“You don’t seem to have much confidence in me, Phyllis.”
Mort Temes
April 21, 1956

 

“Well, what do you think of my crazy canoe now?”
Al Kaufman
March 31, 1956

 

Virgil Partch (VIP)
November 16, 1957

 

“Can you direct us to the Hackensack River?”
Vahan Shirvanian
October 18, 1958

 

“Well, let’s not just sit here! Remember, they charge for this thing by the hour.”
Larry Harris
October 6, 1956

 

“Would you like to lead for a while?”
Vahan Shirvanian
September 12, 1959

 

“Good heavens! It is father!”
Vahan Shirvanian
August 4, 1956

 

Bob Gustafson
July 18, 1959

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Comments

  1. I believe the “crazy canoe” idea could catch on with the right person. I don’t see why it couldn’t be done.

  2. Another great group of cartoons, to be sure. My favorites here are #3 by Zeis, #5 by Kaufman, and #8 by Harris. I have to wonder how many people have gone over cliffs and waterfalls, over the years. Probably a lot! As for the top cartoon by Gately, it’s definitely outrageous.

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