Cartoons: Wooing Suitors

Romancing your honey can sometimes be funny!

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“Yes, she was expecting you. But she’s home anyway.”
Jeffrey Monahan
October 1, 1960

 

“Say, did you know you can see your refrigerator from here?”
Herb Green
June 28, 1958

 

 

“Like it? It’s called insect repellent.”
Paul Peter Porges
June 27, 1959

 

“Is there someone else?”
William O’Brien
May 24, 1958

 

“I’m not good enough for you, Gladys. Keep that in mind, will you?”
William Von Riegen
May 13, 1961

 

“Remember, it’s me you want. Don’t let him sell you any insurance like he did the last time.”
Bill Yates
April 30, 1960

 

“Now don’t misunderstand. It isn’t music to do anything by.”
Chon Day
April 9, 1960

 

“Well, I’ll be running along, Arlene. It’s getting late, and I see you’re busy.”
Walt Wetterberg
March 25, 1961

 

“That picture is a good likeness of your father.”
Al Johns
December 17, 1960

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  1. The opening picture cartoon (4 down from ’58) is my favorite of this group. Love the artwork. Number 8 down (from ’61) is kind of embarrassing, right? Our poor blue-suited suitor. That nose is… really something. Hopefully there’s no ‘Family Guy’ type chin being covered.

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