A Conversation for Little Nemo in Slumberland - a Comic Strip

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Post 1

Tonsil Revenge (PG)

Tom Petty used a Little Nemo motif in a video.
I love McCay's work!
Dennis the Menace is not British.


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Post 2

Blues Shark - For people who like this sort of thing, then this is just the sort of thing they'll like

By a strange and curious coincidence, both the British and the American version of Dennis the Menace appeared in public for the first time on March 12, 1951. So far as I am aware, there was no connection between the two characters at all. Certainly they bear very little resemblance to themselves physically or mentally, as the British version is far more dangerous. smiley - biggrin

Life can be incredibly strange sometimes, can't it? smiley - ufo

smiley - shark


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Post 3

Tonsil Revenge (PG)

Huh!? I nevver hoid of it? Shall go check it out. Just goes to show you.


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Post 4

Blues Shark - For people who like this sort of thing, then this is just the sort of thing they'll like

I wasn't sure, and had to look it up.
It must be one of the weirdest coincidences going...

smiley - shark


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Post 5

Stephen P.

Which Tom Petty video is it? I know he used an Alice in Wonderland theme for one - Don't Come Around Here No More, I think. I'd love to see a Nemo-themed video. (Darn.)
Peace,
smiley - smiley Stephen


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Post 6

Tonsil Revenge (PG)

I'm sorry. all the information I had.


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Post 7

Stephen P.

I'll keep my eyes open, in case I run across any more info. Keeping my eyes closed wouldn't work so well... smiley - biggrin
Peace,
smiley - smiley Stephen


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