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From 'The Compleet Molesworth' by Ronald Searle and Geoffrey Willans.

From 'The Compleet Molesworth' by Ronald Searle and Geoffrey Willans.

From 'Which Way Did He Go?', where Ronald Searle offers a collection of 'travel drawings', from England to France, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Germany. Satiric, pitiless are his embodiments of native types, of visitors' response to strange environments, of local situations.

From 'Which Way Did He Go?', where Ronald Searle offers a collection of 'travel drawings', from England to France, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Germany. Satiric, pitiless are his embodiments of native types, of visitors' response to strange environments, of local situations.

From 'Which Way Did He Go?', where Ronald Searle offers a collection of 'travel drawings', from England to France, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Germany. Satiric, pitiless are his embodiments of native types, of visitors' response to strange environments, of local situations.

From 'Which Way Did He Go?', where Ronald Searle offers a collection of 'travel drawings', from England to France, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Germany. Satiric, pitiless are his embodiments of native types, of visitors' response to strange environments, of local situations.

'Bewitched' Illustration by Ronald Searle. Elizabeth Montgomery turns members of the "Bewitched" cast and crew into toads, in this watercolor illustration by artist Ronald Searle. This is one of Searle's rare series of images created in 1966 and published in TV Guide. (Miehana, via Flickr)

Elizabeth Montgomery turns members of the "Bewitched" cast and crew into toads, in this watercolor illustration by artist Ronald Searle. One of Searle's rare series of images created in 1966 and published in TV Guide.

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