Al Feldstein

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Al Feldstein
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Born:
October 24th, 1925, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died:
April 29th, 2014, Livingston, Montana, USA
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Contributions by Al Feldstein

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #2December 1952
  • E.C. Fans! (Artist)
    Department: Weird Fantasy
MAD Magazine #4January 1953
MAD Magazine #29September 1956
  • Departments (Writer with The Usual Gang of Idiots)
    Department: Vital Features
  • The New Expandable Severolet... (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Severolet
  • Writer with The Usual Gang of Idiots
    Department: Letters
  • The Man In The Soot-Gray Flannel (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Movie
  • Alfred E. Neuman Answers Your Questions (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Advice
  • Camp (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Poison Ivy
  • Make Your Own Love-Story Comic (Writer with Jack Kamen)
    Department: Do It Yourself
  • MAD Bubble Gum Cards (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Hobby
  • Convention Forecasts (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Political Crystal Ball
  • Real Estate Ads (Writer with Jack Kamen, Wally Wood)
    Department: Home-Sweet-Homes
  • Alfred E. Neuman Answers Your Questions (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Advice
  • Biggest Year In MAD History (Writer)
    Department: Mad Magazine
  • This One Has the Urp! (Writer with Bill Elder)
    Department: Padst Red Ribbon Beer
MAD Magazine #30December 1956
  • B. F. Goodnrich Autoless - Because You Don't Need a Car, Just Tires (Writer with Reed Crandall)
    Department: B. F. Goodnrich Carsaver Tires
  • Departments (Writer with The Usual Gang of Idiots)
    Department: Vital Features
  • Elvis Pelvis (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Mass Hysteria
  • Random Samplings of Reader Mail (Writer with The Usual Gang of Idiots)
    Department: Letters
  • Gunsmoked (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Western
  • Alfred E. Neuman Answers Your Questions (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Advice
  • MAD Builds a More Civilized Mouse Trap (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Beat-A-Path
  • Motorist Beware! (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Fair Warning
  • MAD Establishes an...Old Comic-Strip Characters' Home (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Nostalgia
  • Bowling (Writer with Nick Meglin, Jack Davis)
    Department: Sports
  • Morbid Dick (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Movie
  • Alfred E. Neuman Answers Your Questions (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Advice
  • MAD Merit Badges (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Awards
  • Walt Dizzy Presents Dizzyland (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: TV
  • Alfred E. Neuman Answers Your Questions (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Advice
  • Vital Items You Can Buy for a Quarter (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Mad Magazine
  • Writer with Bill Elder, Norman Mingo, Harvey Kurtzman
    Department: Alfred E. Neuman
MAD Magazine #31February 1957
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MAD Magazine #36December 1957
  • Bomb Song Hits (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Lead Pan Alley
MAD Magazine #37January 1958
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  • Subscribe to MAD (Artist)
    Department: Mad Magazine
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MAD Magazine #41September 1958
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MAD Magazine #42November 1958
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MAD Magazine #43December 1958
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MAD Magazine #44January 1959
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  • Here's A Chance To Save Money! (Artist)
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MAD Magazine #49September 1959
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MAD Magazine #50October 1959
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MAD Magazine #51December 1959
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MAD Magazine #52January 1960
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MAD Magazine #60January 1961
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MAD Magazine #66October 1961
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MAD Magazine #68January 1962
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MAD Magazine #76January 1963
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MAD Magazine #82October 1963
  • Wheelers and Dealers (Writer with Basil Wolverton)
    Department: Auto-Suggestion
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MAD Magazine #113September 1967
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MAD Magazine #121September 1968
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MAD Magazine #122October 1968
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MAD Magazine #123December 1968
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MAD Magazine #124January 1969
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MAD Magazine #129September 1969
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MAD Magazine #130October 1969
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MAD Magazine #131December 1969
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MAD Magazine #132January 1970
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MAD Magazine #137September 1970
MAD Magazine #138October 1970
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MAD Magazine #139December 1970
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MAD Magazine #140January 1971
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MAD Magazine #145September 1971
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MAD Magazine #146October 1971
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MAD Magazine #147December 1971
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MAD Magazine #148January 1972
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MAD Magazine #153September 1972
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MAD Magazine #154October 1972
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MAD Magazine #155December 1972
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MAD Magazine #156January 1973
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MAD Magazine #161September 1973
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MAD Magazine #162October 1973
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MAD Magazine #163December 1973
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MAD Magazine #164January 1974
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MAD Magazine #169September 1974
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MAD Magazine #170October 1974
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MAD Magazine #171December 1974
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MAD Magazine #172January 1975
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  • Back Cover: ...So Why Not...Pardon Hitler? (Writer)
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MAD Magazine #177September 1975
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MAD Magazine #178October 1975
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MAD Magazine #179December 1975
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MAD Magazine #180January 1976
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MAD Magazine #185September 1976
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MAD Magazine #186October 1976
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MAD Magazine #187December 1976
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MAD Magazine #188January 1977
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MAD Magazine #193September 1977
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MAD Magazine #194October 1977
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MAD Magazine #195December 1977
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MAD Magazine #196January 1978
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MAD Magazine #201September 1978
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MAD Magazine #202October 1978
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MAD Magazine #203December 1978
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MAD Magazine #204January 1979
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MAD Magazine #209September 1979
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MAD Magazine #210October 1979
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MAD Magazine #211December 1979
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MAD Magazine #212January 1980
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MAD Magazine #217September 1980
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MAD Magazine #218October 1980
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MAD Magazine #219December 1980
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MAD Magazine #220January 1981
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MAD Magazine #226October 1981
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MAD Magazine #227December 1981
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MAD Magazine #228January 1982
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MAD Magazine #233September 1982
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MAD Magazine #234October 1982
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MAD Magazine #235December 1982
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MAD Magazine #236January 1983
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MAD Magazine #244January 1984
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MAD Magazine #249September 1984
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MAD Magazine #251December 1984
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MAD Follies • USA • New York
MAD Special • USA • New York
MAD Super Special • USA • New York
Miscellaneous MAD Specials • USA • New York
MAD Paperbacks • USA • New York
MAD Paperbacks Don Martin • USA • New York
Dave Berg MAD paperbacks • USA • New York
Spy vs. Spy paperbacks by Antonio Prohias • USA • New York
Al Jaffee MAD paperbacks • USA • New York
Sergio Aragonés MAD paperbacks • USA • New York
MAD Big Books (Oversized) • USA • New York
Miscellaneous MAD Books • USA • New York
MAD Magazine • Australia
Miscellaneous MAD Specials • Australia
MAD Follies • Great Britain
The Worst from MAD • Great Britain
MAD Artists Special • Great Britain
More Trash from MAD • Great Britain
MAD Paperbacks • Great Britain
Lo Mejor De Sergio Aragonés • Mexico
Miscellaneous MAD Specials • Sweden
Miscellaneous Non-MAD Publications

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