(USA: March 5th, 1908 – January 31st, 1989)
Illustrator. Amateur magician. Wrote Magic for All (1947; repr as Make Magic, 1957, 160pp), a collection of his syndicated comic-strip tricks for King Features. Often stooged for Dunninger in 1950s. He is considered the inventor of the knock-knock joke featured in Knock Knock: Featuring Enoch Knox. He starred in two early TV shows: Face to Face (NBC, June 1946 to January 1947); Quick on the Draw (DuMont local show beginning May 1950, and on the DuMont network January to December 1952), a celebrity panel show first hosted by Eloise McElhone and later by Robin Chandler. Dunn drew cartoon charades that celebrities would try to figure out.