Norman Mansbridge (born 22nd July 1911, died 6th March 1993) was a cartoonist and comics artist best known for his satirical cartoons in publications including Punch, the Sunday Times, The Radio Times, Men Only, The News Chronicle, The Daily Sketch, Lilliput and The Birmingham Post, contributing his first drawing to Punch in 1937. He moved into comics in 1968, working for IPC on strips such as Fuss Pot in Knockout, Teacher's Pet in Cor!!, Autograph Albert in Tiger, Tough Nut and Softy Centre in Shiver and Shake, Wear 'em Out Wilf in Whizzer and Chips and Cinders and Mummy's Boy in Monster Fun, as well as creating Little and Large Lenny for the first issue of Jackpot.

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