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Something In The Cellar Ronald Searle

Something In The Cellar Ronald Searle

This lighthearted look at the secrets of the world’s wine ceremonies invites vintners and wine drinkers to experience the mysteries of wine and its production.

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  1. Mort Drucker was a fan of Ron Searle, and it’s pretty obvious in Drucker’s work. I just finished reading “The Naked Island” by Australian writer Russell Braddon who during WW2 was a prisoner of war of the Japanese with Ron Searle on the Burma – Thai Railway and in Changi. He mentions how Searle was always drawing and working on minimising his line. He also told of the time Searle drew a cat 50 times while a group of fellow prisoners watched eagerly for him to finish so they could eat the cat. Black humour haha

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