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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Where's Boston Charlie When You Need Him?

Over the years Walt Kelly drew a multitude of merry Christmas strips for his classic Pogo feature. the great cartoonist reveled in illustrating his lovable characters dancing and singing to Christmas carols. Sometimes, as is appropriate to Pogo, Kelly had his troupe of merrymakers mangle a familiar carol (you can see his most famous example here) but often, as in this example from Christmas 1964, a carol is is simply celebrated.

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