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Uncle Baldwin (speaking to Churchy) - Pogo comic strip (1948 - 1975)
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Miz Beaver - Pogo comic strip (1948 - 1975)
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Congersman Frog - Pogo comic strip (1948 - 1975)
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The three bats (Bewitched, Bothered and Bemildred) - Pogo comic strip (1948 - 1975)
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Albert Alligator in a thinking contest (after Howland Hoo Owl fires the starting gun) - Pogo comic strip (1948 - 1975)


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Born: August 25, 1913

Died: October 18, 1973 (aged 60)

Nationality: American

Occupation: Cartoonist, animator, poet

Bio: Walter Crawford Kelly, Jr., or Walt Kelly, was an American animator and cartoonist, best known for the comic strip, Pogo. He began his animation career in 1936 at Walt Disney Studios, contributing to Pinocchio and Fantasia. Kelly resigned in 1941 at the age of 28 to work at Dell Comics, where he created Pogo, which eventually became his platform for political and philosophical commentary.

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