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Strategies of a Pub Dog

Marie Haws found this cartoon for the latest issue of the Ebert Club Newsletter. She writes: "It's by the British cartoonist/animator behind the Daily Express' cartoon strip "Bewley." Ant Blades has designed a series of clever shorts for BBC Comedy and various commercial clients under the signature "Sketchy" as produced by Bird Box Studio, an indie animation house in London, England." Marie is herself an artist and animator.

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