That would be “Flashback Friday” in Hungarian, which makes sense since the website it came from is also in Hungarian! Thanks to Vajda B.
Fényképezte: Ismeretlen: Cím nélkül, magángyűjtemény
“Spectre,” the 24th James Bond adventure, opens today in the US.
With Halloween coming up tomorrow, we thought this would be a great time to roll out this Felix The Cat Halloween cartoon from 88 years ago!
The Cute Overload Halloween 2015 Celebrayshe continues…
Great article from Mashable on Gunther The Studio Cat. What’s a “Studio Cat,” you say? A fellow named Arnold Genthe had a NYC portrait studio WAY back in the day…
..and Buzzer was used as a “prop” with female subjects, to put them at ease.
In Noo Yawk, and that’s all we’ve got to go on! Well, the year, the location, AND a pearl-handled revolver in that cowboy belt. The next Hopalong Cassidy? From the Twitter of @AwwwwCats.
“1930; A party of prize winning Sealyham Terriers at the Cruft’s Dog Show in London. Image: Veale/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images.” Via Mashable.
There was a 1949 TV show called “A Couple of Joes.” (It only ran from October of 1949 to the summer of 1950; must have been one of the very first shows.) It starred two guys named Joe -geddit? And…a rather dour but friendly doggeh named J.J. Morgan! (Mashable Retronaut.)
“I don’t know who this man is, but I call him Peter because I envision him being the welcoming committee at the Pearly Gates. ‘Hi. Welcome to Heaven. We have puppies!‘ From my own collection of photos of people I don’t know with their pets. Thank you for the Cute!” -ShaSha.
“In Shetland they start knitting early; Little Chrissie Cheyne is wearing a knitting belt. ‘Girl with Cat,’ J. Peterson, 1939-46, © Shetland Museum, Lerwick, Shetland, #P03602.” From Principles Of Knitting.com, surely their first C.O. reference. Sent in by Arne.