Paterson, A.S. :Little Eric looks in. 7 September 1937.
Reference Number: H-541-002
The cartoon is in eleven parts and has A.S. Paterrson's popular figure commentating. The first part shows Little Eric looking upset. The second part shows a Springbok player jumping up and down on an All Black player. The third part shows Little Eric depressed in a pub. The fourth part shows Little Eric jumping for joy. The fifth part shows Little Eric dancing with the wireless. The sixth part shows little Eric trying to turn on the wireless. The seventh part shows Little Eric fiddling with the wireless. The eighth part shows Little Eric getting angry with the wireless. The ninth part shows Little Eric yelling over the fence. The tenth part shows an Austarlian telling Little Eric the score. The eleventh part shows Little Eric stunned. Refers to the second test of the 1937 Springbok tour to New Zealand. The Springboks won the test 13 - 6.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Alan Stuart Paterson, The Dominion (Newspaper. 1907-2002), Springboks (Rugby team), All Blacks (Rugby team) and Rugby Union football.
Paterson, A.S. :[Three cartoon laser copies, published in The Dominion, August - September 1937]., Reference Number H-541 (3 digitised items)
Extent: 1 Laser copyLaser copy, A4 size.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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Other copies available: Photocopy in public folders.
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