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Displaying 1 to 34 of 34 results matching your search for '"Irving Roir"'.
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[STORY] ["I'm sure he's after my money - but what th' heck!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v28#3 (March 1940))
[STORY] ["So then she says sweet like - 'Wouldn't you like to teach me to drive!'"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v28#5 (May 1940))
[STORY] [Task No. 1] / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#7 (7) (December 1940))
[STORY] ["Census Bureau? This is Oscar Scruggs - add two boys and a girl!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v30#1 (January 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 2 / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#8 (8) (January 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 3 / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#9 (9) (February 1941))
[STORY] ["It's to the milkman."] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Gags (Triangle Publications, 1941 series) #[nn] ([March] 1941))
[STORY] ["I don't want to appear mercenary, but about the check for that article from last October."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Writer's Digest (F + W Media, 1921 series) #v21#4 (March 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 4 / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#10 (10) (May 1941))
[STORY] ["It's the coming thing, gentlemen - bullet-proof shorts for parachute troops!"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v30#6 (June 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 5 / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#11 (11) (June 1941))
[STORY] ["Hello, composing room - insert the following on page one: 'The persons mentioned in this newspaper are all imaginary and have no reference to anyone bearing the same name!' - That'll stop these lawsuits!"] / cartoon / 0.15 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v31#1 (July 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 6 / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v1#12 (12) (July 1941))
[STORY] Task No. 7 / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#1 (13) (August 1941))
[STORY] ["This dressing room for umpires only"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v214#6 (August 9, 1941))
[STORY] ["This device floating in the water near your boat will rid you of any unpleasant neighbors."] / cartoon / 0.15 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v31#3 (September 1941))
[STORY] [Task No. 8] / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#2 (14) (September 1941))
[STORY] ["'Twist' Turner, the world's greatest acrobat..."] / Twist Turner / comic story / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#3 (15) (October 1941))
[STORY] ["I wheel her all day, daddy walks her all night. Is she yours, mom, or isn't she?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v214#31 (February 7, 1942))
[STORY] ["I see you coming into money - money every month... exactly twenty-one dollars every month."] / cartoon / 0.15 pages (from US The American Legion (The American Legion, 1926 series) #v32#4 (April 1942))
[STORY] ["One more spitball from Shangri La and I'll call the principal!"] / cartoon / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["She's found out that a monkey wrench will stop monkeying."] / cartoon / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] Irving Roir / text article / 0.2 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["Who's the girl this spring, Harold?"] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["I'm majoring in English, minoring in Art, and specializing in wedding."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["And so I say with heartfelt sincerity I want to say that if I had to do it all over again, none of you would be here today"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v130#11 (September 13, 1952))
[STORY] ["Let him go - wait'll he discovers that's my lunch."] / cartoon / 0.33 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #67 (Summer 1953))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Too Funny for Words / cartoon / 2 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #67 (Summer 1953))
[STORY] ["Finders, keepers!"] / cartoon / 0.34 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #67 (Summer 1953))
[STORY] ["... And this time we can dispense with a demonstration of..."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Breezy (Marvel, 1954 series) #5 (October 1954))
[STORY] ["He has a magnetic personality all right..."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Breezy (Marvel, 1954 series) #5 (October 1954))
[STORY] ["I don't mind starting at the bottom. In my other forty jobs..."] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Breezy (Marvel, 1954 series) #5 (October 1954))
[STORY] ["This marriage is a fifty-fifty proposition."] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Breezy (Marvel, 1954 series) #5 (October 1954))
[STORY] ["I'm just in the mood to refuse to marry somebody!"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Stare (Marvel, 1951 series) #30 (June 1958))

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