Nisbet, Alistair, fl 1990s :"Free at last!!" [Robert Muldoon escapes from Parliament]. 21 December 1991.
- Shows chaotic darkness in the top half with seven pairs of eyes, a hand disappearing into a heaving liquid, and the words: SLURP!, BLECH!, BARF!, and SQUELCH! A speech balloon declares: Aah! It's so full of vile creatures ... so full of evil ... I must ... get out! The bottom half shows Muldoon with long bottom fangs, horns, claws and cloven hoofs, running from the Beehive, with Ruth Richardson, Jenny Shipley, Helen Clark and Jim Bolger waving him off. Another unidentified man stands near them. Exhibited in 'A Bit of Cheek: The Many Faces of Muldoon' an exhibition organised by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive Trust in association with the Alexander Turnbull Library, late 1992-1994. Other Titles - Aah! it's so full of vile creatures ... so full of evil ... I must ... get out! Inscriptions: Recto - centre right - Nisbet; Verso - bottom left - 21 DEC 1991 (stamp); Verso - bottom centre - Leader page Saturday 21/12/91 Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Ink and letratone, on sheet 358 x 285 mm.
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- 1 original cartoon(s), Works of art, Ink drawings, Caricatures, Cartoons (Commentary), Portraits, Ink and letratone, on sheet 358 x 285 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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