Cartoons: Comical Christmas

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“Sixth floor: toys, Santa Claus, pandemonium.”
Roy Fox
December 23, 1961

 

“It’s none of my business, but aren’t you supposed to be in a pear tree?”
Robert Day
December 23, 1961

 

“It only hurts when I go, ‘Ho-Ho-Ho’!”
Bob Barnes
December 17, 1960

 

Harry Mace
December 26, 1953

 

“This is going to be a tough act to follow.”
Barney Tobey
December 15, 1956

 

“Agnes, what the devil do you want for Christmas?
Chon Day
December 9, 1961

 

“Say, Pop, I was just thinkin’. Santa Claus wasn’t so darn careful how he filled my order last year. Do you s’pose we ought’a give him my business this time?”
Francis Kauffman
December 5, 1925

 

“I thought you’d like it.”
Brad Anderson
December 29, 1956

 

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