In 1947, Keane created the Sunday strip while working for the Philadelphia Bulletin. The main character was a goofy, juvenile William Penn, who had somehow jumped down from his 37' statue on the tower of City Hall in Philadelphia and become something of a scamp. The cartoon often featured jokes submitted by readers.
- Bil Keane Cartoons 1954-1966 Syracuse University, 21 Jul 2009, Retrieved 11/30/2010
- Bil Keane Cartoons 1954–1966 at Syracuse University (original Silly Philly artwork)
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