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Michael Maltese Papers Document Cartoon History

Michael Maltese was born on February 6, 1908, in New York City to Italian immigrant parents, Paul and Concetta. He was married to Florence Sass in 1936 and had a daughter, Brenda, in 1938.  He started his career in the … Continue reading

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Terror in the Theater: Fifties Fears

The great number and popularity of science fiction movies in the 1950s has led some to call the decade the “Golden Age of Science Fiction Films.”  The fantasy and adventure embodied in the science fiction movies of the time often … Continue reading

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Going to the Movies?

  The Green Hornet opens in theatres this Friday, but you don’t have to wait a minute longer to get in on the excitement!  From comic books, radio, television and now the big screen, The Green Hornet has been fascinating … Continue reading

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