The Ink & Paint Set #30


George Bernard Shaw in I've Got to Sing a Torch Song
(Tom Palmer; Warner Bros.; 1933)

4 comments:

SomeNYGuy said...

Imagine a time when GBS could be portrayed in a cartoon with the expectation that a good portion of the audience would know who he is. It's truly painful to be an American in the 21st century.

swac said...

You mean you missed that David Mamet cameo on Dora the Explorer?

Tom Sutpen said...

Damnye for a scoundrel, Cooke! I was going to chime in with something about Edward Albee doing a guest shot on 'Family Guy'. Crap! Ya beat me to the punch.

Side comment: I'm convinced, after reading that rambling Village Voice essay of a week or so back, that Mamet is either nuts or has very strange ideas about promoting himself.

I mean, I halfway expected him to wrap the thing up by declaring himself the Joseph Lieberman of the American stage.

swac said...

Doesn't Mamet live in a lonely cabin somewhere in Vermont, next door to J.D. Salinger?