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Walter Crawford Kelly, Jr. (August 25, 1913 – October 18, 1973), commonly known as Walt Kelly , was an American animator and cartoonist , best known for the comic strip Pogo . [2] [3] He began his animation career in 1936 at Walt Disney

Walter Crawford Kelly, Jr. (August 25, 1913 – October 18, 1973), commonly known as Walt Kelly , was an American animator and cartoonist , best known for the comic strip Pogo . [2] [3] He began his animation career in 1936 at Walt Disney Studios , contributing to Pinocchio , Fantasia , and Dumbo . In 1941 Kelly transferred at the age of 28 to work at Dell Comics , where he created Pogo , which eventually became his platform for political and philosophical commentary.

Kelly was born of Irish-American heritage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , to Walter Crawford Kelly, Sr. and Genevieve Kelly (née MacAnnula). When he was two years old, the family moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut . [4] After graduating from Warren Harding High School in 1930, Kelly worked at odd jobs until he was hired as a crime reporter on the Bridgeport Post . He also took up cartooning and illustrated a biography of another well-known figure from Bridgeport, P. T. Barnum . Kelly was extremely proud of his journalism pedigree and considered himself a newspaper man as well as a cartoonist.

Kelly became close friends with fellow cartoonists Milton Caniff and Al Capp , and the three occasionally referred to each other in their strips.

Walter Crawford Kelly, Jr. (August 25, 1913 – October 18, 1973), commonly known as Walt Kelly , was an American animator and cartoonist , best known for the comic strip Pogo . [2] [3] He began his animation career in 1936 at Walt Disney Studios , contributing to Pinocchio , Fantasia , and Dumbo . In 1941 Kelly transferred at the age of 28 to work at Dell Comics , where he created Pogo , which eventually became his platform for political and philosophical commentary.

Kelly was born of Irish-American heritage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , to Walter Crawford Kelly, Sr. and Genevieve Kelly (née MacAnnula). When he was two years old, the family moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut . [4] After graduating from Warren Harding High School in 1930, Kelly worked at odd jobs until he was hired as a crime reporter on the Bridgeport Post . He also took up cartooning and illustrated a biography of another well-known figure from Bridgeport, P. T. Barnum . Kelly was extremely proud of his journalism pedigree and considered himself a newspaper man as well as a cartoonist.

Kelly became close friends with fellow cartoonists Milton Caniff and Al Capp , and the three occasionally referred to each other in their strips.

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Walter Crawford Kelly, Jr. (August 25, 1913 – October 18, 1973), commonly known as Walt Kelly , was an American animator and cartoonist , best known for the comic strip Pogo . [2] [3] He began his animation career in 1936 at Walt Disney Studios , contributing to Pinocchio , Fantasia , and Dumbo . In 1941 Kelly transferred at the age of 28 to work at Dell Comics , where he created Pogo , which eventually became his platform for political and philosophical commentary.

Kelly was born of Irish-American heritage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , to Walter Crawford Kelly, Sr. and Genevieve Kelly (née MacAnnula). When he was two years old, the family moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut . [4] After graduating from Warren Harding High School in 1930, Kelly worked at odd jobs until he was hired as a crime reporter on the Bridgeport Post . He also took up cartooning and illustrated a biography of another well-known figure from Bridgeport, P. T. Barnum . Kelly was extremely proud of his journalism pedigree and considered himself a newspaper man as well as a cartoonist.

Kelly became close friends with fellow cartoonists Milton Caniff and Al Capp , and the three occasionally referred to each other in their strips.

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