Ed Arno

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Ed Arno (July 17, 1916 – May 27, 2008) was a cartoonist, contributing to The New Yorker from 1969 to 2001. His work appeared in The New York Times, Saturday Review, Cosmopolitan and Harvard Business Review. His books The Magic Fish and The Gingerbread Man were set to music by Arthur Rubinstein. In 1998, he published a collection of his work, Ed Arno’s Most Wanted.[1]

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