Cartoons: The Wild West

Why are cowboy cartoons so funny? Because they’re always horsing around.

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“You and your ‘let’s get away from the hustle and bustle of the cities.'”
Ed Fisher
November 25, 1961

 

“I’m afraid we’re too late.”
Tom Henderson
November 12, 1955

 

“Relax and enjoy the scenery, Mr. Lyons. Twelve years on this trail and Nettie hasn’t lost a rider yet.”
Alain
October 21, 1961

 

“Fastest coward in the West.”
Harry Lyons
September 26, 1959

 

Lloyd Hutchinson
September 3, 1955

 

“Which way’s Dallas?”
Martin Giuffre
August 13, 1960

 

“Stranger, I’m giving you till sundown to get off my foot.”
Vahan Shirvanian
May 16, 1959

 

“Pay no attention to him. His horse can’t last forever.”
Clyde Lamb
March 3, 1956

 

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  1. I love the top one best by Ed Fisher from ’61, and #6 down from ’60. The Old West meets the suburbs with a horse drinking from the swimming pool. Not something I’d seen or ever even thought of before.

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