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Galen December 20, 2016 at 11:26 pm | Reply Since you seemed interested in the history of the phrase, and whether it originated in the strip or on a poster, I If you want to read more of my research on Kelly, I give him some ink in my masters thesis "More than Words: Rhetorical Devices in American Political Cartoons" by Lawrence Dibble-dabble, scribble-scrabble! By the way, Kelly is my favorite comic satirist, ever.

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Other quotes[edit] Perhaps the second best-known Walt Kelly quotation is one of Porky Pine's philosophical observations: "Don't take life so serious, son. Multitudes perished by famine. In 1956, Kelly published Songs of the Pogo, an illustrated collection of his original songs, with lyrics by Kelly and music by Kelly and Norman Monath. Babe Ruth didn't do no better. — Did you mean hittin' it...

Miz Flea): An unnamed female flea, so small she is usually only drawn in black silhouette. Kelly referred to these strips as "bunny strips," because more often than not he populated the alternate strips with the least offensive material he could imagine—fluffy little bunnies telling safe, insipid Selby Kelly said in a 1982 interview that she decided to discontinue the strip, because newspapers had shrunk the size of strips to the point where people could not easily read We have long waited for this day, and it is finally here!"English Standard VersionAll your enemies rail against you; they hiss, they gnash their teeth, they cry: "We have swallowed her!

Churchy (a turtle) [eavesdropping from behind a tree with Howland Owl]: Horroars! Nick Bertke For example, Howland Owl is almost always called "Owl" or "ol' Owl," Beauregard is often called "Houn' Dog," Churchy LaFemme is sometimes called "Turtle" or "Turkle" (see Dialogue and "swamp-speak"), etc. These "salesmen" hucksters often pretended their products were tested and proven, ancient Indian remedies. http://www.thisdayinquotes.com/2011/04/we-have-met-enemy-and-he-is-us.html Albert Alligator in a thinking contest (after Howland Hoo Owl fires the starting gun) Y'see, when you start to lick a national problem you have to go after the fundamentables.

Pogo's exploits were collected into more than four dozen books, which collectively sold close to 30 million copies. Horrors Greeley: A freckled, westward-traveling cow (hence the reference to Horace Greeley), who was sweet on Albert. (To Horrors, "west" being Milwaukee.) Uncle Antler: A disagreeable bullmoose, whom Albert insultingly addresses He is often the unwitting target of matchmaking by Miz Beaver (to the coquettish Ma'm'selle Hepzibah), and has repeatedly been forced by the swamp's residents to run for president, always against Tizzy seas on melon collie!

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Related Posted in: "we have met the enemy and he is us", Humor in America, Jim Morin Fort Hood cartoon, Pogo, Walt Kelly | Tagged: Pogo, Walt Kelly, We have met http://www.dictionary.com/browse/we-have-met-the-enemy--and-they-are-us So, too, do those characteristics which are ugly. Walt Kelly The quote used as the poster's headline is still famous today -- and the concept embodied in the poster still holds true. Pogo Tv Channel Modeled somewhat after Senator Pat McCarran of the McCarran–Walter Act.[7] Seminole Sam: A mercenary, carpetbagging fox and traveling huckster of the snake oil salesman variety.

and Mrs. The predominant vernacular in Pogo, sometimes referred to as "swamp-speak," is essentially a rural southern U.S. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Walt Kelly frequently had his characters poling around the swamp in a flat-bottomed Other artists, notably Don Morgan, worked on the strip. Pogo Cartoon

Walt Disney Home Video released a similar cut of the film in 1984, with some deleted scenes added/restored. The Aussie natives include a bandicoot, a lady wallaby, and a mustachioed, aviator kangaroo named "Basher". The landscape is fluid and vividly detailed, with a dense variety of (often caricatured) flora and fauna. Share / Subscribe Enter an email address to subscribe by email Subscribe in a reader

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Corrections? Hunky Dory's pop is lolly gaggin' on the wagon, Willy, folly go through! In 1989, the Los Angeles Times revived the strip under the title Walt Kelly's Pogo, written at first by Doyle and Sternecky, then by Sternecky alone.

He unfailingly arrives on Pogo's doorstep with a flower every Christmas morning, although he's always as embarrassed by the sentiment as Pogo is touched.

A similar statement was actually used by Kelly many years earlier in his introduction to The Pogo Papers (1953) which he closes with these comments: Traces of nobility, gentleness and courage Mencken is credited with the famous quote "No one ever went broke underesti... "We have met the enemy and he is us." The animal characters Walt Kelly created for his classic An' you don't unnerstan' what a perfect deal it is until you realizes that you ain't gone be stuck with it forever, either. They hiss and grit their teeth.

Woof, Woof, Woof! Miz Ma'm'selle Hepzibah: A beautiful, coy French skunk modeled after Kelly's mistress, who later became his second wife. wpo.st/FKYY2 1weekago Humor in the Age of Trump humorinamerica.wordpress.com/2017/01/25/hum… via @wordpressdotcom 1weekago Mary Tyler Moore Is Mourned by Dick Van Dyke and Other Stars nyti.ms/2kuemeF 2weeksago "Five Great ‘Mary Tyler Moore’ By the time the 1968 presidential campaign rolled around, it seemed the entire swamp was populated by P.T.

That special (along with I Go Pogo) have never officially been made available on DVD. Privacy policy About Wikiquote Disclaimers Developers Cookie statement Mobile view Bible > Lamentations > Chapter 2 > Verse 16◄ Lamentations 2:16 ►Verse (Click for Chapter)New International VersionAll your enemies open their His canine revision of Kelly's annual Christmas burlesque, Deck Us All with Boston Charlie, emerges as "Bark Us All Bow-wows of Folly," [5] although he can't get anyone else to sing They say, "We have swallowed her up!

The three bats (Bewitched, Bothered and Bemildred) Some is more equal than others, as is well known. He has a long and storied career as a rogue, in which he takes some pride, noting that the crimes he has been falsely accused of are far less interesting than His seldom-used first name is Jumphrey, and his secretary/sidekick was occasionally referred to by name: Fenster Moop. (Fenster apparently rose to Congress himself. Syndication[edit] On May 16, 1949, Pogo was picked up for national distribution by the Post-Hall Syndicate.

Obsessed with contagion both literal and figurative, he is a prime mover in numerous campaigns against "subversion," and in his first appearances has a paranoid habit of spraying everything and everyone We'll never see anything like Pogo again in the funnies, I'm afraid. — Jeff MacNelly, from Pogo Even Better, 1984 A good many of us used hoopla and hype to sell our Chollie's collie barks at Barrow, Harum scarum five alarum bung-a-loo Duck us all in bowls of barley, Hinky dinky dink an' Polly Voo!