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English: Krazy Kat cartoon from Sunday, January 6, 1918, by George Herriman. In the public domain, Ignatz Mouse resolves not to throw any more bricks at Krazy. Temptation follows him at every turn, and ultimately he finds a loophole to indulge his passion. Found at
Date 6 January 1918
Source cartoon from Sunday, January 6, 1918, by George Herriman. Via copy online at
Author George Herriman
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  • 2004-04-14 08:45 Andrewlevine 640×736×8 (142043 bytes) Krazy Kat cartoon from Sunday, January 6, 1918. In the public domain.
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