THE DOG DOCTOR by

THE DOG DOCTOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Comedy short -- funnies' techniques with illustrations by John Fischetti. Subject matter is thoroughly appropriate for children, and will appeal to their sense of humor, for the captions sketch the story of a misunderstanding as to what ""dog doctor"" means, and of how the arrival of man and dog continued that misunderstanding. The pictures, while amusing, are too dependent on the text for comprehension as a comic strip, but once read to them, the children will get the play on words and like it.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1947
Publisher: Scott