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the australian cartoon museum newsletter November 2016
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Jim and the gang have been super busy this month, and have put together a diverse collection of narratives for your enjoyment.. just to mention a few ... DEAN JONES’ CRICKET TIPS, T V OR NOT T V, CARICATURES, AGEING and Barbeques
DEAN JONES’ CRICKET TIPS
With brilliant illustrations by award-winning cartoonist John Spooner
Review by John Spooner and Jim Bridges
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T V OR NOT T V
In 1956 television came to Australia, just in time for the Melbourne Olympics. Television sets were very expensive, they were comparable to buying a car.

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THOUGHT BALLOONS
Thought balloons begin as a small bubble and progressively get bigger until the biggest one is the thought.

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SWASTIKAS WAR SYMBOLISM
In the beginning of the twentieth century the swastika was widely used in Europe.

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SPEECH BALLOONS
Besides giving the cartoon a soundtrack, they give voice and thought to cartoon characters and they can be used to express very complicated narratives, ideas & meanings.

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CARICATURES
A slap in the face? or a window to the soul !
Caricature can be both things.

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AGEING
Today’s older Australians live generally healthier and longer lives than previous generations. In the 1960s, life expectancy at birth was 74 years for girls, and 67 years for boys.

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Don't forget to check out the many other videos we have on the ACM website

Curator & Writer     Jim Bridges
Script Editor        Aina Crawford
Online Producer      Tom Rayner
Animation  Frantz Kantor Productions 

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