1 Nice to see Bozo’s worm farm getting a bumper crop.
2 (Over) Bozo.
3 Looks like Umbrella Guy lost a kid somewhere.
Remember the Fuller Brush man, selling his products door to door 60 and more years ago?
1. I just love the outdoor scenes. Just look at the spectacular perspectives and three dimensional depths.
2. Even indoor scenes have great depthful perspectives too.
3. Even this one has great depths. And it tickles you too.
Along with the great facial expressions and body language of characters, Foxo Reardon delivers a very enjoyable comic which is a pleasure to both the eyes as well as the mind.
Undoubtedly, Foxo Reardon was one of the best ever, if not the best ever of funny cartoons.
1). Bozo the farmer finds an excuse for a snooze. 2) There seems to be too many lawyers. 3) The salesman looks to be screaming for joy. Masochist?
1) Bozo has found the best part of fishing by a stream.
2) Not enough room? I thought that lawyers always preferred to use fine print.
3) Bozo and Bozann ought to give that guy the brush off.
(And, an amazing five appearances of Fuzzy today.)
Bozo’s been on both sides of that door.
Did you miss me? the guy with umbrella asks. Five appearances today. But is he twins? Otherwise how did he get ahead of our fishing hero and up the tree before he raced past? And what was in the stroller he was running with? A baby or an elderly lap dog perhaps? Or did he use it as a prop to shoplift with? And where did he ditch the pram and its contents before returning to act so nonchalant? Or did he return… perhaps its the twin looking for his thieving brother that he’s tired of being mistaken for and having to run from the police who keep chasing him instead? The plot thickens…
All of those fish would interfere with drinking beer and napping.
1) Farmer Bozo grubbing for worms. Goes fishing and they are biting, he is sound asleep.
2) Painting a door glass for a business. Instead of making some of the names smaller he finishes on the other side.
3) The Fuller Brushman arrives and Bozo says no. The seller puts his foot in the door, loses a shoe and has it slammed on him.
I still have products purchased from Fuller Brush. If it has been sixty years, they have held up well.
Why is Umbrella Guy running with a baby carriage? Has he taken up kidnapping? Is that why the police have been after him lately?
When I was a small boy my mother would talk to the Fuller Brush Man and the Avon Lady. All other salesmen were turned away at the door.