Virgil Partch Net Worth

Virgil Partch Net Worth is
$13 Million

Virgil Partch Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Virgil Franklin Partch (October 17, 1916 – August 10, 1984) was one of the most prominent and prolific American magazine gag cartoonists of the 1940s and 1950s. His unusual style, surreal humor and familiar abbreviated signature (VIP) made his cartoons distinctive and eye-catching.Partch's cartoons expressed a dry, sardonic wit, and his characters were instantly recognizable by their lipless mouths, large triangular noses, thin ankles and thin wrists, and sometimes well-combed bangs. He was a gagwriter for The New Yorker magazine, but his own cartoons were rarely published there because, according to VIP biographer Bhob Stewart, "New Yorker editor Harold Ross couldn't stomach VIP's drawing style."
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthOctober 17, 1916
Place Of BirthSt. Paul Island, Alaska, USA
ProfessionWriter, Visual Effects
Star SignLibra
1His first job was at Walt Disney Studios, working his way up to assistant animator before being discharged in the early 1940's when he took part in a strike.
2Was a passenger in the car driven by his 64-year-old wife when it collided with a trailer being pulled by a slower-moving pickup truck, killing them both. The pickup driver told the highway patrol he was traveling about 50 miles an hour when the crash occurred.
3Best known for the daily Big George cartoon character distributed nationally by News America Syndicate.
4The cartoons he drew were marked by a kind of maniacal humor that presented people in absurd situations. One well-known panel drawn by him showed a man walking down a sunny street under an umbrella and soaked to the skin by rain falling only under his umbrella. Another had a man on a rowing machine who suddenly sees shark's fins cutting through the floor around him.
5Signed his work ''VIP''.


The Flintstone Comedy Show1980TV Series story - 1 episode
Popeye the Sailor1960-1961TV Series 3 episodes
Duck Pimples1945Short story

Visual Effects

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying1967visual gags


Frank and Ollie1995Documentary acknowledgment: caricatures - as VIP Partch


Cartoon1969TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1959TV SeriesHimself
The Ed Sullivan Show1956TV SeriesHimself
You Bet Your Life1954TV SeriesHimself - Cartoonist

Known for movies

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