New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff lets 60 Minutes cameras into the weekly process of picking the magazine’s famous cartoons

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Morley Safer’s favorite New Yorker cartoons

Morley Safer picks some of his favorite cartoons from his 60-odd years as a reader of The New Yorker magazine

Category: Humor, Television, Weekend

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2 Responses to “How New Yorker Cartoons Get Chosen”

  1. bonalibro says:

    I suppose there is no way to leave out the big pharma commercials, eh?