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Definition funny of Fosdick:
Mildly derogatory reference to famous and hapless cartoon character 'Fearless Fosdick' by Li'l Abner, first appearing in 1942.
Look at Fosdick over there sniffing it out - what a buffoon!
Songs about Fosdick:
The Ballad of Frederick Fosdick by Mike Craver from the Album Bosh & Moonshine
Rogers: Carry On Doctor / Doctor Again - suite - Life in Fosdick Ward / Romance in X-Ray by Gavin Sutherland from the Album The Carry On Album
Books about Fosdick:
Fearless Fosdick by Al Capp and Max Allan Collins (Sep 1990)
Fosdick Family, the Oyster Bay Branch, 1583-1891: A Record of the Ancestry and Descendants of Samuel Fosdick 3D... by Lewis L. Fosdick (Apr 9, 2010)
Preaching as counseling;: The unique method of Harry Emerson Fosdick by Edmund Holt Linn (1966)
A Preaching Ministry: Twenty-One Sermons Preached by Harry Emerson Fosdick at the First Presbyterian Church in... by J. Barrie Shepherd and David Pultz (Feb 25, 2000)
Letters on the League of Nations: From the Files of Raymond B. Fosdick. Supplementary volume to The Papers of... by Raymond Blaine Fosdick (May 21, 1966)
Harry Emerson Fosdicks Art of Preaching an Anthology by Lionel Crocker (Jun 1971)
Answers to Real Problems: Harry Emerson Fosdick Speaks to Our Time: Selected Sermons of Harry Emerson Fosdick by Harry Emerson Fosdick (Jul 1, 2008)
Wiki information Fosdick:
Fearless Fosdick is a long-running parody of Chester Gould's Dick Tracy. It appeared intermittently as a strip-within-a-strip, in Al Capp's satirical hillbilly comic strip, Li'l Abner.
"Harry Emerson Fosdick" was an American pastor. Fosdick became a central figure in the "Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy" within American Protestantism in the 1920s and 1930s and was one of the most prominent liberal ministers of the early 20th...