Chortle in Peace 1944- 1965


There is practically nothing like an previous joke. One particular that would make you groan and giggle at the very same time. And genuinely, there are some jokes whose time is up. They’re smelling like lousy eggs. But not right here at this weblog, in which the Golden Age of Gag Cartooning is alive and well and eliciting individuals groans and (I hope) a smile. Here’s Dick Buchanan with a lot more from the …

Giggle In Peace 1944 – 1965

The Cartoon Clip File is positioned in somewhere in New York City’s Greenwich Village, just all around the corner from the Aged Joke Cemetery. That is the position where by aged gags are set to relaxation. Handful of tourists ever stumble on the Previous Joke Cemetery. So, picture our shock when we arrived there this afternoon to find a flock of them peering over the gate at what they were advised was a vacant lot. Assuming the guise of a harmless neighborhood character, I joined them extended ample to find out they had been part of a Going for walks Tour of Greenwich Village Curiosities. How curious, in fact. Evidently, in New York, a vacant ton is additional of a curiosity than an Aged Joke Cemetery. Go figure.

Pursuant to the fine print in the Previous Joke Restoration Act of 1953, it is time share a number of of the the latest gag cartoons just lately interred the Old Joke Cemetery. Some will continue to be there eternally. Other folks just may pop up all over again some time. Humor is funny like that . .

1. CHARLES SKILES. American Journal December, 1955.

2. GEORGE WOLFE. Collier’s March 11, 1950.

3. CHON Day. The Saturday Evening Post September 13, 1952.

4. GENE CARR. American Journal October, 1944.

5. BEN ROTH. American Legion Magazine March, 1953.

6. NORMAN HOIFJELD. American Journal November, 1950.

7. LEO GAREL. The Saturday Night Write-up July 10, 1954.

8. HERB Eco-friendly. Argosy Magazine July, 1965.

9. STAN HUNT. Look Journal March 17, 1960.

10. ROY L. FOX. The Saturday Night Publish January 2, 1960.

11. JOHN RUGE. Colliers July 4, 1953.

12. JOHN SORENSEN The Saturday Evening Article January 29, 1953.

13. W.F. BROWN. 1000 Jokes Magazine Dec, 1957 – Feb, 1958.

14. JACK TIPPIT. Appear Magazine January 28, 1964.

15. DON TOBIN. Collier’s February 17, 1951.

16. JACK O’BRIEN. Collier’s Oct 29, 1954.

17. JEFF KEATE. American Journal January 1945.

18. WALTER GOLDSTEIN. The Saturday Evening Write-up June 15, 1957.

19. Invoice HARRISON. 1000 Jokes Magazine June – August, 1957.

20. HERB WILLIAMS. American Magazine March, 1949.

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