film parody by George Morrow

George Morrow was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and studied in Paris, France. He was a regular contributor to Punch magazine from 1906, joined the staff in 1924, and was even art editor for a while (1932-37). For many years, Morrow produced Royal Academy Depressions, a series of comic parodies of Royal Academy pictures. He also illustrated several children's books, including 'Elnovia' (1925), 'Cinderella's Garden' (1927), 'Chuckles' (1927) and 'Here Be Dragons' (1930). George Morrow retired to Thaxted, Essex, where he died in 1955.

Last updated: 2006-12-20

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