Mac 2005: Cartoons from the Daily Mail ebook
by Stan McMurtry
Book Overview More by Stan McMurtry. Mac 2001: Cartoons from the Daily Mail.
Popular 'Daily Mail' cartoonist Mac's collections are a bestselling perennial of the Christmas season and this new volume includes the best of his brilliant 2004-5 cartoons. More by Stan McMurtry. Mac's Year 1981-82: Cartoons from the Daily Mail. The Best of Mac: The Political Years 2000�2010. The Best of Mac. Stan McMurtry.
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Stanley McMurtry MBE (born 4 May 1936), known by his pen name Mac, is a British cartoonist. McMurtry is best known for his controversial work for the British Daily Mail newspaper, from 1971 to 2018. McMurtry was born in Edinburgh on 4 May 1936. His family moved to Birmingham when he was eight years old and he studied at Birmingham College of Art. He undertook National Service with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps from 1954 to 1956.
After the Queen saw it in her Daily Mail she asked to have the original
After the Queen saw it in her Daily Mail she asked to have the original. After the Queen saw it in her paper at breakfast, the Palace made a discreet call to Mac saying the cartoon – particularly the way the corgis were dressed – had made Her Majesty laugh so much she wondered if it would be possible to have the original. Mac was happy to oblige, as he was on two further occasions.
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McMurtry's workload remained heavy, but in 1984 he had heart bypass surgery and relaxed his routine, working just one day a week.
Fawkes left for the Observer, and McMurtry immediately started work alongside John Musgrave-Wood ("Emmwood") on the redesigned Daily Mail. In 1977 he produced a children's book, The Bunjee Venture, which was made into a cartoon film by Hanna-Barbera. McMurtry's workload remained heavy, but in 1984 he had heart bypass surgery and relaxed his routine, working just one day a week in the Daily Mail office, and sending his cartoons from home by wire and post.
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Cartoons from the Daily Mail. Published October 1, 2005 by Anova Books.
Cartoons from the Daily Mail.
McMurtry's cartoons have frequently drawn condemnation for homophobia, racism, and sexism
McMurtry's cartoons have frequently drawn condemnation for homophobia, racism, and sexism In November 2015, Mac was accused of "spectacular racism" for his cartoon featuring caricatures of African tribes people selling shrunken heads, which referred to the news that singer Tom Jones would undergo tests to discover whether he had black ancest.