These are screen grabs from the second big animation sequence in 1972's The War Between Men and Women.
In this sequence, the Thurber-based cartoonist played by Jack Lemmon makes drawings on a board which come to life and attack him.
The scene is fairly dark, so I bumped the brightness a touch.
Putting a hard hit on the women.
These drawings seem less "Thurber" than the opening sequence. They're rough and loose like Thurber, but it seems like the complexity of the sequence took the animators' hands in a different direction.
There are a couple more nicely done sequences we'll share in the future.