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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Nancy, Sluggo And Transistor Radios.

















In reply to Lucy's note in Comment:

"But then Lucy, I was with Nancy and if you see our personal snapshot here she wouldn't have allowed any hanky panky so going to tea dances with you would've been a no-no."

*Nancy & Sluggo became famous from about 1933 after the introduction of the Fritzi Ritz comic strip in 1922. Nancy soared in popularity up to the 70s and beyond, syndicated in nearly 900 newspapers.

Read this strip was part of the fun I had during the 60s when transistor radios also became very popular. But that's another blog.

Original article: Andy Lim


2 comments:

rogerpoh said...

One of my favourite comic strips. Built like an Amazon, Nancy was no push over despite the macho name in Sluggo.
So cute.

Anonymous said...

Thank you sir. It's true and she always gets the upper hand... sometimes using her hands. They always do! She even has the choice of listening to her favourite music on the transistor. Me? No choice.

Yours sincerely,
Sluggo.