Joe Orlando

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Joe Orlando

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Country: USA

Born: 4th April 1927, Bari, Italy

Died: 23rd December 1998, Manhattan, New York

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MAD Magazine #8 December 1953

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Department: E.C. comics
Story: We at E.C. are Proudest of Our Science-Fiction Magazines!
with Marie Severin

MAD Magazine #32 April 1957

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Faithful Dog
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Department: Spoil-Sports Dept.
Story: Baseball's Hall of Shame
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Overhanging Bough
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Story: Reader's Disgust
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Man On The Ledge
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Last Minute Pardon

MAD Magazine #35 October 1957

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Beast Falls In Love
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Department: There's Many A Slip Twixt Dept.
Story: MAD Eating Utensils
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: Tied To The Powder Keg

MAD Magazine #36 December 1957

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Duel
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Human Shield

MAD Magazine #37 January 1958

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Bank Examiner
with George Mandel, Frank Jacobs
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Department: We Couldn't Think of A Dept.
Story: The Seven Blunders Of The World
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #38 March 1958

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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Scenes We'd Like To See
with E. Nelson Bridwell
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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Scenes We'd Like To See
with E. Nelson Bridwell
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Department: Patent Pending Dept.
Story: Accidental Inventions
with Paul Krassner
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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Scenes We'd Like To See
with E. Nelson Bridwell
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Department: Key To The City Dept.
Story: How To Read A Chamber Of Commerce Folder
with Larry Yother

MAD Magazine #41 September 1958

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Department: Throw The Book At 'Em Dept.
Story: The MAD Primer
with Tom Koch

MAD Magazine #43 December 1958

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Frogmen
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Department: Verse of The People Dept.
Story: The MAD Treasury of Unknown Poetry
with Tom Koch

MAD Magazine #44 January 1959

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Department: Grid And Bear It Dept.
Story: How To Read Graphs
with Al Feldstein, Frank Jacobs
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Monster And The Villagers
with E. Nelson Bridwell
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Department: Working Press Dept.
Story: Veeble People
with Tom Koch

MAD Magazine #45 March 1959

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Department: Nothing But The Truth Dept.
Story: The George Washington Advertising Agency Inc.
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Department: Conned By The Canned Goods Dept.
Story: It Pays To Read The Label
with Larry Maleman

MAD Magazine #46 April 1959

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Department: Increase The Circulation Dept.
Story: How High-Class Magazines Can Use Low-Class Pictures
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Get Rich Cheap Dept.
Story: MAD's Cut-Rate Success Symbols
with Sy Reit
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Department: Once More With Feeling Dept.
Story: Jack And Jill As Retold By Various Magazines
with Paul Laikin
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Department: On The Sunny Side of The Sheet Dept.
Story: The Daily Optimist
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Summa Cum Louder Dept.
Story: Graduation Speeches...That Somebody Listened To
with Arnie Kogen

MAD Magazine #49 September 1959

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Department: Fun For The Road Dept.
Story: Half-Finished Billboards
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Ads We'd Like To See
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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Ads We'd Like To See

MAD Magazine #50 October 1959

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Big Break
with Gary Belkin
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Department: Rock 'N Parole Dept.
Story: The Big House Beacon
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #51 December 1959

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Department: Verse of The People Dept.
Story: A MAD Treasury of Unknown Poetry Volume 2
with Tom Koch
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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Ads We'd Like To See: The Schleppe's Commercial
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Department: Pomp-Adore Dept.
Story: Teenage
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #52 January 1960

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Department: In One Year And Out The Other Dept.
Story: The MAD 1960 Calendar
with Frank Kelly Freas, George Woodbridge, Mort Drucker, Wally Wood, Dave Berg, Larry Siegel, Don Martin, Bob Clarke
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Department: 35mm Histrionics Dept.
Story: MAD Goes To A Historical Movie Preview
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #53 March 1960

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Department: Pull The Plug Dept.
Story: Changing History For Commercial TV
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Light Switch Dept.
Story: Hazards of Illuminated Signs
with Sy Reit

MAD Magazine #54 April 1960

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Department: Variations On A Screen Dept.
Story: Around The World With U.S. Television
with Larry Siegel, Mort Drucker, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Don Martin, George Woodbridge, Frank Kelly Freas, Wally Wood
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Department: Nyets To You Dept.
Story: The Interpreter
with Arnie Kogen
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Department: Thar's Gold In Them Thar Ills Dept.
Story: Doctors' Progress
with George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Al Jaffee, Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Bob Clarke, Mort Drucker, Don Martin
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Department: Stars And Tripe Forever Dept.
Story: Movie Land
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Accentuate The Positive Dept.
Story: Pictures The Editor Left Out
with Al Jaffee
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Department: Punch And Booty Dept.
Story: I.B.M. Cards
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Chew's Who Dept.
Story: MAD Bubble Gum Cards
with Tom Koch
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Department: Bilking It Dry Dept.
Story: How Publicity Works
with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #57 September 1960

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Department: Sounds of our Crimes Dept.
Story: Documentary Records
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: What's in it for Me Dept.
Story: Mad's "Pure Products" Law
with Sy Reit

MAD Magazine #58 October 1960

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Department: Past Tense Years Dept.
Story: A Child's History of the Middle 1900's
with Larry Siegel
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Story: Indulge Yourself

MAD Magazine #59 December 1960

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Department: Television Dept.
Story: TV Ads We'd Like to See: The Polydent Commercial
with Al Jaffee
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Department: Slob the Press Dept.
Story: How to Get Complete Newspaper Coverage
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Take It Lying Down Dept.
Story: New Service Organizations for a Lazy America
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #60 January 1961

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Department: Ist Das Nicht Der U.S.A. Dept.
Story: The European Tourists' Guide to the United States
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #61 March 1961

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Department: All the News That Hints of Mint Dept.
Story: The Wall Street Jungle
with Phil Hahn
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Department: Too True to Be Good Dept.
Story: Admissions of Dishonesty Still Don't Make It Right
with Arnie Kogen

MAD Magazine #62 April 1961

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Department: Bringing Down Father Dept.
Story: Ladies Home Journey
with Tom Koch
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Department: Uncle Semantics Dept.
Story: How To Improve America's Prestige Abroad
with Frank Jacobs
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Department: Sub-Version Dept.
Story: The Great Magazine Circulation Drive
with Larry Siegel
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Story: The Daily Square
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Trail of the Lonesome Pines Dept.
Story: The Typical Summer Resort Ad
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #65 September 1961

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Department: Going Through a Phrase Dept.
Story: A Realistic Children's Book For Realistic Children
with Pearl Belkin, Gary Belkin
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Department: Fun for the Road Dept.
Story: Mad's Auto Travel Games
with Tom Koch

MAD Magazine #66 October 1961

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Department: Brat-and-Ball Dept.
Story: The Little League Hall Of Fame
with Tom Koch
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like to See

MAD Magazine #67 December 1961

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Story: Bayar Needs Fast Relief
with Lester Krauss
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Department: Condensed Milking Dept.
Story: Reader's Digress
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #68 January 1962

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Department: The House That Jerk Built Dept.
Story: Inspirational Poems By, For and About the Nation's Building Men
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Watch My Line Dept.
Story: Mad's Handy Guide to Languages of the U.S.A.
with Gary Belkin, Gilbert Barnhill

MAD Magazine #69 March 1962

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Department: The Hearst Is Yet to Come Dept.
Story: Mad Previews the Top News Stories of 1962
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #70 April 1962

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like to See
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Department: From Fear to Eternity Dept.
Story: Nuclear Jitters
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Department: Better Read Than Dread Dept.
Story: A MAD Guide to Russia
with Phil Hahn
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Department: Funders Keepers Dept.
Story: Mad Visits a Charity Organization Meeting
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #73 September 1962

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Department: Grimm Reality Dept.
Story: The Mad Book of Modern Fairy Tales
with Don Reilly

MAD Magazine #74 October 1962

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Department: Stop-Gap the Presses Dept.
Story: When Newspaper Editors Go on Vacation
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #75 December 1962

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Department: Touch-and-Go Dept.
Story: The Parting Shot

MAD Magazine #76 January 1963

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Department: Crowning Achievement Dept.
Story: The Assassination
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Department: Mother, Is This Invention a Necessity Dept.
Story: Mad's Modern Aids to Happier Living
with Don Reilly

MAD Magazine #77 March 1963

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Department: Corn Poem Dept.
Story: A Child's Garden of Weeds
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #78 April 1963

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Department: Editorial "I" Dept.
Story: The Daily Monopoly
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Sinking Fund Dept.
Story: Look Before You Leap
with Sergio Aragonés
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Department: Dept. of the Inferior
Story: How to Transform Your Dumpy City Into an Attractive Tourist Trap
with Stan Hart
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Department: Volume Business Dept.
Story: How a Best-Seller is Born
with Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #81 September 1963

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Department: Horror Things By You Dept.
Story: New Movie Monsters From Everyday Life
with E. Nelson Bridwell

MAD Magazine #82 October 1963

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Department: Postal Introspection Dept.
Story: Psychoanalysis by Mail
with Tom Koch

MAD Magazine #83 December 1963

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Department: Chow Mainly Dept.
Story: Mad's Chinese Restaurant Owner of the Year
with Larry Siegel
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Department: The Shriek of Araby Dept.
Story: Rule Number One

MAD Magazine #84 January 1964

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Department: Hire Education Dept.
Story: 3 Sure Fire Methods of Getting a Job
with Mickey Rose

MAD Magazine #85 March 1964

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Department: Claws and Effect Dept.
Story: The Rescue
with Sergio Aragonés
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Department: No. Dept.
Story: What Could Happen When They Use Numbers for Everything
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Candid Camerawork Dept.
Story: A TV Ad We'd Like to See
with Dick DeBartolo

MAD Magazine #86 April 1964

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Department: Pannin' the Flash Dept.
Story: News Photos You're Sure to See This Year
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Pannin' the Flash Dept.
Story: News Photos We'd Like to See This Year
with Larry Siegel
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Department: The Pause That Depresses Dept.
Story: TV Ads We'd Like to See
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Department: Affairs of Status Dept.
Story: Mad's Caterer of the Year
with Stan Hart

MAD Magazine #89 September 1964

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Story: World's Fair Pavillions We'd Really Like to See
with Stan Hart

MAD Magazine #90 October 1964

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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like to See: After the Ball

MAD Magazine #91 December 1964

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Department: I Got My Blob Through The New York Times Dept.
Story: New Movie Monsters From the Business World
with E. Nelson Bridwell

MAD Magazine #92 January 1965

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Department: Tunes of Gory Dept.
Story: Children's Safety Songs
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Current Events Dept.
Story: Every Day Life Olympic Games

MAD Magazine #93 March 1965

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Department: All Editorial Systems Go Dept.
Story: Space Magazines
with Arnie Kogen

MAD Magazine #94 April 1965

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Department: Signing-off Dept.
Story: The Prophet
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Department: Sponsor Speak With Forked Tongue Dept.
Story: Unspoken Messages in TV Commercials
with Tom Koch

MAD Magazine #97 September 1965

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Department: Squads Right Dept.
Story: Mad Interviews a "John Birch Society" Policeman
with Ronald Axe, Sol Weinstein

MAD Magazine #99 December 1965

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Department: Card Shark Dept.
Story: Mad Interviews the Greeting Card Manufacturer of the Year
with Stan Hart

MAD Magazine #100 January 1966

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Department: Tots My Line Dept.
Story: The Toy Manufacturer of the Year
with Stan Hart
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Department: The Ploy's the Thing Dept.
Story: Intimidations and Antidotes
with Stan Hart
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Department: A New Lease on Strife Dept.
Story: The Typical Luxury Apartment House Ad
with Larry Siegel
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Department: Pledgerism Dept.
Story: Fraternity Magazine
with Tom Koch
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Department: The Boob in Charge of the Tube Dept.
Story: The Television Network President of the Year
with Stan Hart
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Department: Readin' and Writin' and Rhythm...metic Dept.
Story: The Mad Song Textbook
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #114 October 1967

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Department: Tomorrow's Mourning Dept.
Story: Future Complaints
with Dick DeBartolo

MAD Magazine #115 December 1967

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Department: Rapping the Gifted Dept.
Story: Prodigy
with Stan Hart

MAD Magazine #116 January 1968

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Department: Season's Gratings Dept.
Story: Mad's Christmas Cards to Seasonal Exploiters
with Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Bob Clarke, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr., Frank Jacobs
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Department: Trip-Schticks Dept.
Story: Welcome Aboard Speeches
with Sy Reit
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Department: Eccccch-Traneous Matter Dept.
Story: Some Mad Articles You Never Got to See
with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Jack Davis, Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #121 September 1968

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Department: Hitting Below the Black Belt Dept.
Story: More Specialized Self-Defense Books
with Dick DeBartolo

MAD Magazine #123 December 1968

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Department: Born Freebie Dept.
Story: Free-Loader: The Magazine for Deadbeats
with Stan Hart
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Department: Rib A Dubbed Dub Dept.
Story: Mad's "Foreign Film Producer of the Year"
with Dick DeBartolo
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Department: Pulpit Friction Dept.
Story: One Sad Sunday at St. Sebastian's
with Robert Therrien
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Department: Behind the Donate Ball Department
Story: 1997 DNC Rate Card
with Frank Jacobs

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Department: Season’s Gratings
Story: MAD’s Christmas Cards to Seasonal Exploiters
with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr.

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Department: Seção das Dez
Story: “O Produtor de Filmes de Arte do Ano” de MAD
with Dick DeBartolo

MAD Magazine #44 February 1978

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Department: Seção Faixa Mulata
Story: Revistas de Autodefesa Especializadas
with Dick DeBartolo

MAD Magazine #64 September 1979

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Department: Seção Lar Amargo Lar
Story: Os Acessórios MAD para uma Vida Familiar Mais Feliz
with Don Reilly

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MAD Magazine #1 July 1984

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Department: Seção da Meia-Noite
Story: Novos Filmes de Terror para Quem Trabalha
with E. Nelson Bridwell, Ramade
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Department: Seção Sílvio Chato
Story: O Inventor dos Programas de Auditório da TV
with Stan Hart
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Department: Seção Contatos Imerdiatos
Story: Agora que os ETs Chegaram…
with Don Edwing

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MAD Especial #5 December 1987

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Department: Seção das Dez
Story: “O Produtor de Filmes de Arte do Ano” de MAD
with Dick DeBartolo

MAD Especial #9 March 1991

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Department: Seção Faixa Mulata
Story: Revistas de Autodefesa Especializadas
with Dick DeBartolo

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Department: Seção É-Vento
Story: Jogos Olímpicos do Cotidiano!

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MAD Especial #3 November 2002

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Story: Quando os Aliens Andarem entre os Homens…

MAD Especial #6 October 2003

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Department: Cenas que Gostaríamos de Ver! Part 2
Story: O Cão Fiel

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MAD Especial #9 June 2010

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Department: Seção Lar, Amargo Lar
Story: Os Acessórios MAD para uma Vida Familiar Mais Feliz
with Don Reilly

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Creepy Archives #1 August 2008

Illustrator (with Jack Davis, Angelo Torres)
Cover Artist
Editor
Author (with Frank Frazetta, Wally Wood), Illustrator (with Wally Wood, Frank Frazetta)

Plop! #4 April 1974

Editor

Plop! #5 June 1974

Editor

Plop! #6 August 1974

Editor

Plop! #8 December 1974

Editor

Plop! #9 February 1975

Editor

Plop! #12 May 1975

Editor

Plop! #14 July 1975

Editor

Plop! #15 August 1975

Editor

Plop! #16 September 1975

Editor

Plop! #17 October 1975

Editor

Plop! #18 December 1975

Editor

Plop! #19 February 1976

Editor

Plop! #21 June 1976

Cover Artist, Editor

Plop! #23 October 1976

Editor

Plop! #24 November 1976

Editor

Panic #1 March 1954

Illustrator (with Jack Davis, Jack Kamen, Bill Elder)

Panic #2 May 1954

Illustrator (with Jack Davis, Wally Wood, Bill Elder)

Panic #3 July 1954

Illustrator (with Bill Elder, Jack Davis, Wally Wood)

Panic #4 September 1954

Illustrator (with Bill Elder, Jack Davis, Wally Wood)

Panic #5 November 1954

Illustrator (with Jack Davis, Wally Wood, Bill Elder)

Panic #6 January 1955

Illustrator (with Bill Elder, Jack Davis, Wally Wood)

Panic #7 March 1955

Illustrator (with Jack Davis, Wally Wood, Bill Elder)

Panic #8 May 1955

Illustrator (with Jack Davis, Wally Wood, Bill Elder)

Panic #9 July 1955

Illustrator (with Bill Elder, Jack Davis, Wally Wood)
Illustrator (with Al Feldstein, Wally Wood), Author (with Al Feldstein, Wally Wood)
Illustrator (with Al Feldstein), Author (with Al Feldstein, Ray Bradbury)

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