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It began in in the Chicago Post, and by , it was syndicated nationally by the Wheeler Syndicate. From the s on, it was distributed by the McNaught Syndicate. The single-panel gag cartoon with longer-form comics on Sunday was a daily look at Toonerville, situated in what are now called the suburbs. Posted by boutje on December 9, in Uncategorized. Leave a comment.
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McCutcheon of The Chicago Tribune working it regularly. Then, as now, editors tended to shy away from unproven concepts, so editorial cartoonist Fontaine Fox's suggestion of a daily panel about the antics of children was at first greeted with skepticism — especially since he proposed to do it on McCutcheon's own turf. But he talked managing editor Leigh Reilly of The Chicago Post into running his panel anyway, and it eventually grew to become an American institution — so much a part of our culture that in , four decades after its demise, it was included in the "Comic Strip Classics" series of U. By the time Fox's feature received its permanent name — Toonerville Folks — it had shed its exclusive focus on the younger cast members, and was being done in the style of a repertory company.
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Toonerville Folks a. It began in in the Chicago Post , and by , it was syndicated nationally by the Wheeler Syndicate. From the s on, it was distributed by the McNaught Syndicate. The single-panel gag cartoon with longer-form comics on Sunday was a daily look at Toonerville, situated in what are now called the suburbs. Central to the strip was the rickety little trolley called the "Toonerville Trolley that met all the trains", driven in a frenzy by the grizzly old Skipper to meet each commuter train as it arrived in town.
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