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Telling Tales

1 month ago   |   By The Fabuleous Fifties

Saturday Leftover Day. Anyone who knows my blog, know I have a special interest in the comic section ads that were produced by the Johnstone and Cushing talent agency. There are no more people left who can talk about the daily working of this company in the forties and early fifties, but those are the yeras that interest me the most. With a roster of talent containing Dik Browne, Gill Fox, Bill Williams, Jack Betts, Craig Flessel, Elmer Wexler, Stan Drake and many others, they oproduced some of the best newspaper comic art in the newspapers. And not only the Sundays. In 1952, not long...
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