Appearances of Robert Redford in MAD
MAD Magazine #171 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
...And here's the splash panel for "The Zing," written by Larry Siegel and illustrated by Mort Drucker for MAD #171 (December '74). It parodied the Newman-Redford '30s con-job flick The Sting, which starred the latter actor as Johnny Hooker.
MAD Magazine #187 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
I can't explain why this exchange between Robert Redford and Jack Warden is my favourite part of "Gall of the President's Men" (MAD #187, December '76). I suspect it has a lot to do with my current work as a newspaper reporter, or my 23-year association with the local media in my neck of the woods. (For clarification: I've never written a story like this, nor have any of my editors accepted any story ever written like this.) "Gall of the President's Men" was written by Larry Siegel and illust
MAD Magazine #322 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
In one of his stronger movie-parody scripts of the '90s, Stan Hart got off a couple of jabs at such Robert Redford projects as The Milagro Beanfield War and The Great Gatsby during his spoof of the Redford-Demi Moore-Woody Harrelson flick Indecent Proposal. Angelo Torres illustrated "A Decent Disposal," which originally ran in MAD #322 (October '93).
MAD Super Special #136 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid co-stars Robert Redford, Paul Newman and Katharine Ross pose for a "family photo" with Alfred in this Norman Mingo front cover artwork for MAD #136 (July '70). Mort Drucker had two opportunities to caricature both Robert Redford and Paul Newman in the same movie satire - first of all, in the Arnie Kogen-penned "Botch Casually and the Somedunce Kid" (MAD #136, July '70)...