These are the last of the 1000 jokes in this magazine.
Actually, I don't think there were exactly 1000 jokes in this magazine. It was just called 1000 Jokes. It's like that movie Used Cars where they had to prove in court they actually had “miles of cars” though the editors of this magazine are probably dead now, so they wouldn't be able to prove the quantity of jokes they had in the magazine. George Wolfe
Cartoons from the 1959 book Comic Art in America by Stephen Becker, surveying the history of the medium up until that time. These are from the chapter A Century of Magazines: From Corny Almanacks to The New Yorker .
The captions for these cartoon say: Room and Bored, created by GENE AHERN after he relinquished Our Boarding House. (1957)
New Terrytoons, part 4
Here's more stories from this issue of New Terrytoons with characters you may never have heard of.
Here's one of Hector Heathcote
Cartoons of Hashimoto-San are never shown today, but I have no idea if it's because it was an ethnic stereotype or it was like many of the other Terrytoons that were never sold into syndication. Aside from the usual reduction of all Asian cultures into one, the series wasn't any more offensive than Speedy Gonzales, so here's that strip.
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