Pogo (comic strip)
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''Pogo'' is the title and central character of a long-running daily American comic strip, created by cartoonist Walt Kelly (1913–1973) and distributed by the Post-Hall Syndicate. Set in the Okefenokee Swamp of the southeastern United States, the strip often engaged in social and political satire through the adventures of its anthropomorphic funny animal characters.
''Pogo'' combined both sophisticated wit and slapstick physical comedy in a heady mix of allegory, Irish poetry, literary whimsy, puns and wordplay, lushly detailed artwork and broad burlesque humor. The same series of strips can be enjoyed on different levels by both young children and savvy adults. The strip earned Kelly a Reuben Award in 1951.
Walter Crawford Kelly, Jr. was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 25, 1913. His family moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut when he was only two. He went to California at age 22 to work on ''Donald Duck'' cartoons at Walt Disney Studios in 1935. He stayed until the animators' strike in 1941 as an animator on ''The Nifty Nineties'', ''The Little Whirlwind'', ''Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo'' and ''The Reluctant Dragon''. Kelly then worked for Dell Comics, a division of Western Publishing of Racine, Wisconsin.
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