Its most famous resident is a cartoon sailor with a corncob pipe
, one good eye and a fearsome right hook.
Lovelace remembers "movie nights" with Mac Arthur, when the men were invited to sit behind him as he watched Westerns and puffed on big cigars, his trademark corncob pipe
never seen when not on the battlefield, Lovelace said.
LEOMINSTER -- The scene is simple: two chairs and a table, a baguette in a country basket, a bottle of peasant wine, two glasses and a corncob pipe
in a cafe in Auvers, France.
He had a corncob pipe
, a button nose, and two eyes made out of coal.
So there we were on the porch--him wearing overalls, smoking his corncob pipe
and sitting in his old rocking chair.
With a corncob pipe
, horn-rimmed glasses, ever-furrowed brow, mop of brown hair, and sharp iceberg of a nose, he didn't look to be much out of place.
All that was missing was a corncob pipe
and a spittoon.
In one snapshot, my foster sister's straw sombrero rests on my head, nearly covering my eyes, and I suck on a corncob pipe
, grinning, my early childhood captured in a moment of photogenic bliss.
Ellie Pattison in the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre's production of L'il Abner was Mammy Yokum to the teeth, right down to her corncob pipe
and the way she kicked her heels together when she felt like celebrating.
You'll recognise him, of course, by the corncob pipe
poking like a periscope above the enormous jutting jaw, by the anchor tattoos on skittle-shaped forearms, by the cap and bell bottoms and the one eye that gave him his name - no political correctness then.
Puffing on a corncob pipe
, Cox accuses the artists of abandoning "all discipline, all respect for tradition, and [insisting] that art shall be nothing but an expression of the individual.
You choose between the cinema version starring Gregory Peck smoking a corncob pipe
, or the real thing.