I've been reprinting lots of cartoons from Esquire on this blog, now here's the cartoons from the very first issue from Fall, 1933 If something was 50 cents eighty years ago, what would it be now?
It begins with an illustration by Nat Karson.
John Dos Passos
The next two by John Groth
E. Simms Campbell
More from this issue next Saturday.
Assorted 1950s Commercial Cartoons - The 1950s seem to have been a time of experimentation in animation—when it came to TV commercials. Production houses popped up on both coasts in the U.S., ...
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