July 21st, 2013
by Brian Walker, Greg Walker and Chance Browne
Dik Browne took full advantage of the single-panel daily strip format during the 1966 vacation sequence. Panoramic views were particularly effective for exterior scenery when the family was traveling in the car or visiting familiar tourist sites. He also used it for the interiors of hotel rooms and restaurants, showing all six family members interacting in the same scene.
For the next three weeks we will continue to post installments of this memorable series.
– Brian Walker
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