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Background imageStuddy Collection: William Tell, Junr. by George Studdy

William Tell, Junr. by George Studdy
Bonzo suffers from his masters new craze for freak golf. Poor Bonzo gets whacked on the head with a golf club when his owner decides to use his nose instead of a tee on the green

Background imageStuddy Collection: His Broadcast Masters Voice by George Studdy

His Broadcast Masters Voice by George Studdy
A spoof on the famous His Masters Voice logo featuring a dog listening to a gramophone; Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy

Background imageStuddy Collection: Fair Exchange by George Studdy

Fair Exchange by George Studdy
Bonzo and the baby find fair exchange is no robbery. A rather alarming scene where the comic canine creation of George Studdy, Bonzo

Background imageStuddy Collection: I m beginning to think somebody loves me! by G. E Studdy

I m beginning to think somebody loves me! by G. E Studdy
Colour illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing Bonzo the dog sitting in his basket enjoying a pet from his owner and a bone in his dog bowl

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy

Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy
Famous dog, just after he had finally been christened with the name Bonzo. He appears with a swollen eye after fighting with a wasp

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo adds a fifth to the quartet

Bonzo adds a fifth to the quartet
Bonzo, listening to music on the radio, adds a fifth to the quartet, and starts to howl. Date: 1923

Background imageStuddy Collection: Nobody Loves Me by George Studdy

Nobody Loves Me by George Studdy
A wet and bedraggled Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, is found tied to a lamp post in the pouring rain and forgotten by a policeman with a torch

Background imageStuddy Collection: His Masters Vice by George Studdy

His Masters Vice by George Studdy
Bonzo finds that consumption of his masters favourite drink has an unforeseen effect. A small puppy lies in a deliciously drunken stupour after helping himself to perhaps some gin or whiskey from a

Background imageStuddy Collection: A Feathered Bonzo - cover of the Third Studdy Dogs Portfolio

A Feathered Bonzo - cover of the Third Studdy Dogs Portfolio
Colour frontispiece of The Bonzo Book being the Third Studdy Dogs Portfolio featuring Bonzo, the canine creation of artist George Studdy

Background imageStuddy Collection: A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy

A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy
Bonzo finds that sharing life with the household cat bears out the old phrase - a cat-and-dog life. Bonzo, the cartoon canine creation of artist George Studdy in The Sketch

Background imageStuddy Collection: Greyhound Racing

Greyhound Racing
Humorous illustration by George Studdy showing a rather embarrassed man in the crowd of spectators at a greyhound race, bemused to find his hat blown off

Background imageStuddy Collection: Don t worry about me! by G. E Studdy

Don t worry about me! by G. E Studdy
Colour illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing Bonzo the dog being cuddled by his lady owner. Studdy created Bonzo for The Sketch magazine in the early 1920s

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo in top hat drinking wine

Bonzo in top hat drinking wine
" To Greet Your Birthday". Heres wishing you the best of health, The best of joy and lots of wealth, Long years of bliss, yea, nothing less, Than perfect peace and happiness

Background imageStuddy Collection: What Now?

What Now?
Bonzo, the little dog created by George Studdy in The Sketch magazine during the 1920s finds himself in a frosty predicament

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Way of an Eagle by George Studdy

The Way of an Eagle by George Studdy
A litter of enthusiastic but accident-prone puppies crash into a fence and fall in a heap on top of one another after chasing a chicken across a farm yard

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo with Studdy signature

Bonzo with Studdy signature
Original sketch of Bonzo by George Studdy, with a personal message from the artist. Credit line must read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evan"

Background imageStuddy Collection: George Ernest Studdy, Bonzo with loudspeaker

George Ernest Studdy, Bonzo with loudspeaker
George Ernest Studdy, Bonzo listening to a loudspeaker -- his masters voice, no doubt. The pencil marks/lines show potential cropping of the image for onward design usage

Background imageStuddy Collection: Studdy - Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes

Studdy - Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes
" Alas My Brothers! Tis a queer world to look upon." Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes for the first time

Background imageStuddy Collection: His Masters Vice

His Masters Vice
Bonzo asleep with his head in a glass after helping himself to the Masters drinks supply. Date: circa 1922

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo on the beach watching the ladies

Bonzo on the beach watching the ladies
Just sitting on the sands enjoying the breeze. Bonzo on the beach watching the girls skirts being blown up by the wind. Date: 1926

Background imageStuddy Collection: A Bonzo juggling act

A Bonzo juggling act
Bonzo, the cute canine created by artist George Studdy in The Sketch magazine during the 1920s, performs a marvellous trick by balancing a plate, cutlery

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Faithful Heart by George Studdy

The Faithful Heart by George Studdy
A little dog with mournful eyes, obviously alarmed at his owners sea bathing antics, paddles as far as he can into the water holding her dress

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Bonzo Chase board game

The Bonzo Chase board game
Box lid design for the Bonzo Chase board game, a thrilling version of snakes and ladders where Bonzo, the doggy creation of George Studdy

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Ball Boy by George Studdy

The Ball Boy by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy sits at the edge of a tennis court and rather naughtily chews his way through a number of tennis balls

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Pot-Hunter by George Studdy

The Pot-Hunter by George Studdy
Bonzo here shows what might have been, had his pedigree been equal to his popularity. A cute and contented looking Bonzo the dog sucks on a dummy as he sits among the numerous trophies

Background imageStuddy Collection: George Ernest Studdy, Got Im

George Ernest Studdy, Got Im! Bonzo is delighted on the occasion of his owners marriage. Originally published as Valentine postcard no. 347. Date: circa 1920

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Studdy Dog - Somebody Cares by George Studdy

The Studdy Dog - Somebody Cares by George Studdy
The Studdy Dog, later known as Bonzo, appearing as an example of animal caricatures in an article in The Strand magazine. This particular dog appears to be getting ready to post a love letter

Background imageStuddy Collection: One Mans Meat- by George Studdy

One Mans Meat- by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, looks away in horror (or boredom) as his owner peers a little more closely with the help of a pair of binoculars at a bevy of bathing beauties at

Background imageStuddy Collection: My Mistake by George Studdy

My Mistake by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy zooms enthusiastically towards a mean looking cat and then casually walks by when he realises the cat is standing his ground

Background imageStuddy Collection: Studdys Nightmare by George Studdy

Studdys Nightmare by George Studdy
Bonzo and Co. get their own back on the artist, after the Christmas pudding. George Studdy, the creator of the comic canine Bonzo

Background imageStuddy Collection: Just a wee note by G. E Studdy

Just a wee note by G. E Studdy
Illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing Bonzo the dog, dressed in a tartan tam o shanter playing the Scottish bagpipes

Background imageStuddy Collection: I m dropping in soon by G. E Studdy

I m dropping in soon by G. E Studdy
Colour illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing his canine creation, Bonzo, parachuting through the sky. Studdy created Bonzo for The Sketch magazine in the early 1920s

Background imageStuddy Collection: Hard lines on the hard court by George Studdy

Hard lines on the hard court by George Studdy
Hard lines on the hard court -- the Bonzolines dig in their search for the ball, which Bonzo is holding in his mouth. George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), was the creator of Bonzo

Background imageStuddy Collection: Cartoon by George Studdy, part of his Fruity Fables series, showing a lady orange peeling off her

Cartoon by George Studdy, part of his Fruity Fables series, showing a lady orange peeling off her skin down to a bikini. Credit should read

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo palms the pill by George Studdy

Bonzo palms the pill by George Studdy
Bonzo palms the pill -- he is given a pill, but only pretends to take it. George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), was the creator of Bonzo

Background imageStuddy Collection: I Don t Know Where I Am by George Studdy

I Don t Know Where I Am by George Studdy
After an unsolicited scrap, Bonzo is left in agreement with that famous statesman who said, " People hardly know where they are, and I am one of those in that position." Fortunately

Background imageStuddy Collection: Rabbits, I believe by George Studdy

Rabbits, I believe by George Studdy
Bonzo and brother cannot think what a nice round hole if for unless it be a rabbits doorway! Bonzo, the comic, canine creation of George Studdy totally ruins the ninth hole on a golf course by

Background imageStuddy Collection: My Dog Took the Biscuit by G. E. Studdy

My Dog Took the Biscuit by G. E. Studdy
Humorous illustration by George Studdy showing a rather dim looking lady in a crowd of spectators offering a distracting biscuit to a greyhound who should instead be pursuing the hare

Background imageStuddy Collection: Stephanie Stephens with Bonzo

Stephanie Stephens with Bonzo
Actress Stephanie Stephens posed in one of her costumes from the musical comedy, Queen High at the Queens Theatre in 1926

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo congratulates Chee-Kee by George Studdy

Bonzo congratulates Chee-Kee by George Studdy
Bonzo congratulates Chee-Kee on finding her ancestors -- they can be seen as monsters on Chinese vases and plates. Date: 1924

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo finds a joy wheel! by George Studdy

Bonzo finds a joy wheel! by George Studdy
Bonzo finds a joy wheel -- he goes round and round on a gramophone turntable, until he becomes too dizzy and falls off. Date: 1924

Background imageStuddy Collection: The Seven Good Deeds of Bonzo (Monday)

The Seven Good Deeds of Bonzo (Monday) -- he carries a cute little kitten out of harms way, watched by three other dogs. Date: 1923

Background imageStuddy Collection: I could do with a new photograph of you girlie

I could do with a new photograph of you girlie
Bonzo outside his tent with a photograph of his girl covered in kisses. Date: circa 1940

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo asleep on the bed

Bonzo asleep on the bed
I dream of you. Bonzo asleep while a cat outside is yelling. Date: ca 1926

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo swimming in the sea

Bonzo swimming in the sea
Up to my eyes just now. Bonzo with two ladies, paddling in the sea with a crab on his tail. Date: ca 1928

Background imageStuddy Collection: George Studdy Bonzo postcard

George Studdy Bonzo postcard
Birthday card. Bonzo playing the harmonica. Birthday Congratulations. I feel so happy I could sing and play, in honour of this happy day. Date: circa 1940

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo - Postcard by George Studdy

Bonzo - Postcard by George Studdy Date: circa 1940

Background imageStuddy Collection: Bonzo the Policeman - George E. Studdy - Clacton-on-Sea

Bonzo the Policeman - George E. Studdy - Clacton-on-Sea
circa 1920s



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