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Beetle Bailey
Beetle Bailey

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Posted by KGAlf (resigned) at 1:46 pm (PST) on Mon February 5, 2018   
I liked to sing along with the animated cartoon theme song: "He's the military hero of the nation, though he doesn't always follow regulation. At at the sound of reveille; he is here for you to see; and we know you'll always laugh at Private Beetle Bailey - Beetle Bailey! Ask the general, colonel, major, and the captain; the lieutenant and the sergeant and the corporal. They will tell you with a shout, they would gladly live without a certain private by the name of Beetle Bailey- BEETLE BAILEY!
Posted by Steve Oelrich at 4:34 am (PDT) on Mon May 25, 2015   
Still being produced by its 91-year-old creator Mort Walker (with help through the years from others, including his sons), Beetle Bailey is one of the longest-running comic strips in history!
Posted by Robert Hutchison at 1:58 pm (PDT) on Mon May 18, 2015   
Does anyone remember a war comic named Beetle Bailey...I think it was about the time of the Korean War, or am I dreaming!
Posted by Scott Race at 9:05 am (PDT) on Sat May 16, 2015   
I would like to see Beetle and Co. make another return visit to his sis and bro-in-law, Hi and Lois.
Posted by Kids TV Kid at 10:52 am (PDT) on Fri April 12, 2013   
I remember first seeing "Beatle Bailey" cartoons on
"The Chuck McCann Show" weekday afternoons on
WPIX TV Ch.11 in NYC 50 years ago.
Posted by Alan at 7:10 pm (PDT) on Mon September 24, 2012   
I am an alum of The University of Missouri at Columbia, MO, as is Mort Walker. Beetle Bailey was created as an MU ("Mizzou") student. There is now a statue of Beetle sitting on a bench outside of the spot where once stood a beer joint called The Shack, where Beetle was created.

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