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Gasoline Alley by Jim Scancarelli for July 20, 2019

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  11 months ago

    I think Scancarelli is stuck in a rut. Same old characters, again and again.

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    Perry Huntoon  11 months ago

    When do we leave Rufus behind and get back to the Wallet family?

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    top cat james  11 months ago

    “No sir, Joel asked me whut ah liked about Miz Melba, Willow, an’ th’ widder woman!”

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    StuDolgon  11 months ago

    No Rufus in this Gasoline Alley strip from 75 years ago today: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D_6mBr8XYAA5K3U.jpg:large

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    MJ Premium Member 11 months ago

    That gag was in a Marx Brothers film, so now it’s making me crazy not remembering the context. Anybody know? I know the Groucho line was (appoximately), “You sound like a motorboat.”

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    Durak Premium Member 11 months ago

    Guy looks like a Dibbler to me. He’d better be careful or he’ll cut his own throat.

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    Dr. Whom  Premium Member 11 months ago

    Is that guy someone Scancarelli knows?

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 11 months ago

    Poor Rufus is caught in a nightmare and he isn’t even asleep.

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    ssledge  11 months ago

    This strip is kind of cute, but it hasn’t been GA for a long time now.

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    wstanley041857  11 months ago

    The salesman in these panels is played after a recurring character on many 1950’s sitcoms, particularly I Love Lucy. The actor’s name was Frank Johnson. You might recognize him if you could hear his ‘Ooooooh! You Got Me There!’ remark.

    As for the same old characters… yup, that’s generally what a ensemble comic strip does.

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