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    Sgt. At Arms Worf101's Avatar
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    When Dr. Seuss Went to War!!!

    Little known side to our lovable seller of silly rhymes for kids. At one time he was a well known political cartoonist who did NOT pull punches. Some of these are pretty rugged and very reflective of the times. I never knew this about the man and most of his stuff hasn't been seen in half a century. Surprised McCarthy never went after him but he might have.

    Dr. Seuss World War II Cartoons Reflect Author's Politics And Imagination (PHOTOS)


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    Musicaholic Forums Moderator ForeverAutumn's Avatar
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    That's very interesting. I don't have time scroll through them while I'm at work. I just looked at the first four, but you can definately see his style of drawing characters in these works.

    Hanna-Barbera was also notable for the cartoons that they created during this era, including several Bugs Bunny cartoons that were banned. I remember seeing a cartoon that showed Daffy Duck as Hitler at an animation festival back in the days when I was into that sort of thing. It was never aired on public TV.

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    Man of the People Forums Moderator bobsticks's Avatar
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    You characters can live in the past if'n yous wants I look to the future...can't wait to say, "Beam me up, Worfster!"

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