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William Auerbach-Levy
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Noel Coward. This piece is hanging in the downstairs men's room of The Players Club at 16 Grammercy Park South. It's worth the trip. They also have a batch of Al Frueh's theatre caricatures in there. Some Men's room!
 Here's another favorite caricaturist of mine. These are from a William Auerbach-Levy collection entitled THE ART OF CARICATURE. It can also be found under the title IS THAT ME?
George Gershwin, This is probably Auerbach-Levy's most popular image but fans of Alexander Woolcott may disagree.
Alexander Woolcott
Charlie Chaplin. I've alway admired this caricature because Auerbach-Levy didn't simply rely on Chaplin's famous derby, moustache and tramp clothes to put across "Chaplin" as many caricaturists often did and do. The face is unmistakably Chaplin.
Ed Wynn in "Laugh, Town, Laugh."
Bert Lahr in "Burlesque."
Donald Ogden Stewart
Dorothy Parker
Edward G. Robinson
Frank Sinatra
John L. Lewis addresses a meeting of the United Mine Workers.
John Barrymore
Jimmy Durante
Bob Hope
Ingrid Bergman
Groucho and Harpo Marx in "Animal Crackers."
The Marx Brother. Harpo, Groucho and Chico.


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