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Artist or CreatorDavid Low (1891-1963)
Title or CaptionLow's Topical Budget.
Extent1 item
Published byEvening Standard
Date24 Jul 1937
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptLow's topical Budget
Gripping Epic
Karl Marx
World's Sweatheart
Santa Claus
Lurve Conquers All
W.G. Grace
Now that Hollywood has shaved Parnell, doubtless producers will pass from beard to beard
New Street Game
Since the pedestrian is officially declared always right
Hide behind van near crossing, wait until car approaches, then leap out suddenly shouting "Boo!"
Lots of harmless fun is caused and mental homes kept nice and full of motorists,
In Darkest Harley Street
(According to latest literature)
Damn you, Sir Wimpole, gimme that scapel. It's my turn to croak a stiff.
And where's my 500 bucks commission on your last 2 appendices? You'd better come across or I'll report you to R.C.S., see?
Hitler Denounces Art
After his criticism of "modern" painting as Jewish, the Fuhrer passed to paper-hanging, warning Aryans against Jewish wall-paper. Unfortunately certain complications arose owing to the presence of the Bolshevism in the paste. 17 passers-by have been arrested and severely thrashed
Joan: "Dial 999" be blowed! Give me the good old burglar-club type of telephone in an emergency every time!
Sense of Inferiority
Doctors at the B.M.A. deplore the growth of propaganda on hoardings and elsewhere.as tending to make the individual introspective and neurotic.
Gad, sir, Lord Drivelmore is right. Something must be done to these pacifists who want to drag us into war for justice and freedom, the bloodthirsty jingoes, and refuse to fight for their country, the white-livered cowards.
Ready-Set-by Blimp.
Person DepictedColonel Blimp; (fictional)
Hitler; Adolf (1889-1945)
Grace; W.G. (1848-1915)
Father Christmas
Marx; Karl Heinrich (1818-1883)
Subjectswhiskers
film stars
Games
pedestrians
Drivers
mental health
Harley Street
surgery
Germany
modern art
wallpaper
London Underground
billboards
neurotics
emergency calls
telephones
pacifists
thieves
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