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Barney Google


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  1. Yobar says:
    Barney Google had a wife three times his size She sued Barney for divorce, now he's living with his horse Barney Google with the goo - goo - googly eyes. Barney Google with the goo - goo - googly .
  2. Voodookree says:
    Beginning on July 17, , the BARNEY GOOGLE comic strip introduced Barney's bow legged race horse named SPARK PLUG. Barney's beloved horse seldom raced and was typically seen almost totally covered by his trademark blanket with his name on the side. He was so popular in the 's that children were likely to be given 'Sparky' as a nickname.
  3. Fekora says:
    Mar 23,  · But this jingle, based on the song "Barney Google," has made the San Francisco–based product an American staple since the late s. Meow Mix .
  4. Arashisho says:
    William Morgan "Billy" De Beck was a popular cartoonist and writer who was widely published. He created some of the memorable comic strip characters of the s and s, including Barney Google, Bunky, Snuffy Smith and the racehorse Spark Plug. He was born and grew up in Chicago, Illinois, where he studied at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts/5.
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  6. Mezinos says:
    With Paul Frees, Penny Philips, Doodles Weaver. There's feudin', fussin' and a whole lot of good ol' fashioned fun goin' on as those back woods rascals, Barney Google and Snuffy Smith, rustle up a rib-ticklin' tub of mountain mirth. Barney and Snuffy are joined by the craziest collection of cantankerous characters ever to come out of them thar' hills, including Loweezy, Jughaid and Jerky /10(2).
  7. Sasar says:
    Barney’s horse Spark Plug barely figures in the story, and that is a disappointment, but Mr. Google’s adventures amongst the upper crust of society, a fish out of the h2o situation, is very well handled/5.
  8. Kelrajas says:
    Barney Google and Snuffy Smith, originally Take Barney Google, F'rinstance, is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Billy DeBeck. Since its debut on June 17, , the strip has gained a huge international readership, appearing in newspapers in 21 protcadabbcrafiramtoracycbedyran.xyzinfo(s): Billy DeBeck.
  9. Kagamuro says:
    Barney Google on the other hand has been around since June 17, when the man "with the goo-goo-googa-ly eyes" first appeared in a comic strip by Billy DeBeck. Unsurprisingly, the boys at Tin Pan Alley soon came up with a novelty song based on the character.
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