Paul Peter Porges

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February 7th, 1927, Vienna, Austria
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Contributions by Paul Peter Porges

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
  • Historical Events as Covered By Modern News Feature Writers (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Let By-Gones Be By-Lines
MAD Magazine #123December 1968
  • More Effective Advertising Spaces (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Ad-Venture
  • TV, as Viewed by the Animal World (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Zoo's View
MAD Magazine #145September 1971
  • What Coaches Say... (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Switch Pitch
MAD Magazine #146October 1971
  • Recruiting Posters Through History (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Hitch in Time
MAD Magazine #148January 1972
  • A Mad Look at Waterbeds (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Asleep on the Deep
  • A Mad Guide to "TV Late Show" Cliche Movie Props (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Focus-Pocus
  • A Mad Look at Snow Mobiles (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Slay Ride
  • Mad "Bugs" the Insect World (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Insect Asides
  • How Come on TV...? (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: To Telly Truth
MAD Magazine #163December 1973
  • Graffiti Through History (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Marking Time
  • Mad's Sure-Fire Sports Predictions (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: The Old Crystal Ballgame
  • A Mad Look at the Gas Shortage (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Petroleum Jolly
MAD Magazine #170October 1974
  • Wishful Thinking (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Opti-Missed
MAD Magazine #172January 1975
  • Picture Road Signs for Everyday Situations (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Symbol Explanation
  • Some Real Life Scenes We'd Like to See (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Jest Desserts
  • Footnotes* to History (Writer)
    Department: Shoe Biz
  • The Mad Handbook of House-Guesting (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Look Before You Leech
  • Footnotes* to Hollywood (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Shoe Biz
  • Headlines of the Insect World (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Bugs Funnies
MAD Magazine #177September 1975
MAD Magazine #178October 1975
  • A Mad Look At Some Well-Kept Celebrities Secrets (Writer with Sandy Kossin)
    Department: Peek of Success
MAD Magazine #179December 1975
  • Some Mad Energy-saving Devices (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Fuel-ish Notions
  • Beat the Recession with These Mad Penny-Pinching Hints (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Cheap Shots
  • Mad Shoulder Patches (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: For the Symbol-Minded
  • A Mad Look at Burps Through History (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: For Whom the Belch Tolls
  • Disaster Magazine (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Calamity Gains
  • Footnotes* to Great Lovers (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: That's Shoe Biz
MAD Magazine #186October 1976
  • Paul Peter Porges's Idea of a Real Disaster (Artist, Writer)
  • Infractions We'd Like to See Called in Every Day Life (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: A Flag on the Ploy
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • Great Moments in Bad Timing (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Oops!
MAD Magazine #188January 1977
  • A Mad Look at the Tennis Set (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Court Jestings
  • Mad's "Customized" Skateboards (Writer with Bob Jones)
    Department: Sidewalk Surf's Up
  • A Mad Look at Some Exciting New Job Opportunities (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Hire Aspirations
  • Footnotes* to Literature (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: That's Shoe Biz
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • A Mad Look at Sun 'n' Surf (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Beach Nuts
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
  • Zappy Endings We'd Like to See (Writer with Jack Davis)
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • A Mad Look at Mishaps of the Future (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Inventions We'd Like to See (Writer with Al Jaffee)
  • Mad Close-Ups (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Telescopic Eye-Sore
  • Some Legendary Wire Hangers (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Bent Offerings
  • Mad One-Time-Use Products (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: One to a Customer
  • A Mad Look at Some Legendary Commodes (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Graduating Class Pictures as Staged by Some of the World's Best-Known Picture-Makers (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Awful Assembly
  • A Mad Look at the Moment Before the Disaster (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Zings to Come
MAD Magazine #201September 1978
  • Mad Goes to a Buffet Supper (Artist, Writer)
  • How Can You Trust... (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • Some Imaginative Mad Suggestions for... Recycling Your Throw-Aways (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Some Imaginative Mad Suggestions for...
  • Candid Mad Snapshots of Historical Celebrities (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Snapshots of Historical Celebrities
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • More Candid Mad Snapshots of Historical Celebrities (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • Mad's Candid Snapshots of Some Insignificant Moments in Sports (Writer, Artist)
  • A Mad Look at... Half Truths in TV Ads (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Candid Close-Ups of Some Legendary Feets (Writer with Bob Jones)
MAD Magazine #209September 1979
  • Mad Salutes One of Our Unsung Household Pets: The Turtle (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • A Mad Assortment of... Exposed "Jocks" (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Mad Assortment of...
MAD Magazine #210October 1979
  • Wait Till You Get Home and Find That... (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #211December 1979
MAD Magazine #212January 1980
  • You're a Victim of Bad Timing When... (Artist, Writer)
  • More How Can You Trust... (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: How Can You Trust...
  • A Mad Look at the Silent Thinking Audience (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • A Mad Look at the Future with the Energy Crunch (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Things You Can Do to Remember Your Car By (Artist, Writer)
  • A Mad Collection of Some Very Rare Famous Family Album Rejects (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: A Mad Collection
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
MAD Magazine #218October 1980
  • A Mad Guide to Cheap Pastimes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Mad Guide
MAD Magazine #219December 1980
  • More Wait Till You Get Home and Find That... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Wait Till You Get Home and Find That...
  • A Mad Expose of Some... Phoney Baloney (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: A Mad Expose
MAD Magazine #220January 1981
  • A Mad Auction of Some Legendary Celebrities Personal Items (Artist, Writer)
  • More Mad Candid Snapshots of Historical Celebrities (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Snapshots of Historical Celebrities
  • A Mad Look at Some... Not-So-Famous Last Words (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Still More Candid Snapshots of Historical Celebrities (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Snapshots of Historical Celebrities
  • A Mad Look at Some... Celebrities Diapers (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Mad Look at
MAD Magazine #227December 1981
  • Mad Careers for the Slow and Lazy (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • Family Snapshots They Never Put in the Family Album (Artist, Writer)
  • A Mad Look at Lousy Kissers (Writer, Artist)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Look Slim and Trim Without Diet or Strenous Exercise (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fat's Entertainment
MAD Magazine #233September 1982
  • A Mad Look at Other Uses for Live Lobsters (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Claws and Effect
MAD Magazine #234October 1982
  • Mad Pasttimes for the Bedridden (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Games Feeble Play
  • Mad's New Twists to Old Tales (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Sappy Endings
  • A Mad Look at Big-Time TV (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Video-Sincrasies
  • Instant TV Replays We'd Rather Not Have to See (Artist, Writer)
    Department: For Repeat's Sake
MAD Magazine #241September 1983
  • A Mad Look at Lines (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Queue Tease
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • Lose Weight (Mainly Because You Lose Your Appetite) With The Mad Gross-Out Diet (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Topical Satire
MAD Magazine #244January 1984
  • Mad's Multiple Choice TV Scene Test (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Three Are A Match
  • Wishful Thinking (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Punishmental Images
  • We Won't Miss Them...or Will We? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Ire
  • Other Uses for Pet Boa Constrictors (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Snaking Do
MAD Magazine #249September 1984
  • Other Uses for Household Pets (Artist, Writer)
    Department: It's Training Cats and Dogs, etc.
MAD Magazine #250October 1984
  • Simple Games and Pastimes for the School Drop-Out (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Yuks for Clucks
MAD Magazine #251December 1984
  • Baby Talk Exposed (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Nursery Whines
MAD Magazine #252January 1985
  • The Passing Parade... As Seen from behind a Very Tall Crowd (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Short-Sighted
  • A Mad Look At Pets' Back Talk (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Back Talk
  • The Mysteries of the Morning (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Dawn's Early Frights
  • Things You Can Do For Your Dog On His Birthday (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Be Kind To Annuals
  • Pastimes for Nerds (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Tips For Zips
MAD Magazine #257September 1985
  • Practicing Sports in and Around the Home (Artist, Writer)
    Department: House-Training
MAD Magazine #259December 1985
  • How To End A Date Painlessly (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Goodnight Kiss-Off
MAD Magazine #260January 1986
  • A Mad Field Guide For Spotting Celebrities At the Movies (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Behind the Odd-Balls
  • And Now Here Are Some Quick, Snappy Mad Suggestions on How to Enjoy the Feeling of a Mid-Winter Beach Vacation While Staying at Home (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover (Writer with Don Martin)
  • Extinct Sporting Events From Days Gone By... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Carrying th Olympic Torture
  • Not-So-Obvious Warning Signs Of Places To Avoid (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Observa-Shuns
  • THe High Risks of Front Row Center (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Ducats of Hazzard
MAD Magazine #265September 1986
  • Cat Thoughts (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fe-Lines
MAD Magazine #267December 1986
  • The Advantages Of Being Dumped (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Paying Off Alone
MAD Magazine #268January 1987
  • Creatures from a Hack Buffoon (Artist)
  • Santa Claus as Seen by... (Writer, Artist)
  • Your Pet Has Reached Blissful Retirement When (Artist)
    Department: It's Waining Cats and Dogs and...
  • Other Dangers Of Smoking (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Pains in the Ash
  • People Rejects (Artist, Writer)
  • Sport Activities for the Hyperactive (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Humor in a Jockular Vein
MAD Magazine #273September 1987
  • Legendary Pizza Events Through History (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Crust In Time
MAD Magazine #274October 1987
  • Clever Ways To Get Out Of Embarrassing Situations (Writer, Artist)
    Department: The Ploy's The Thing
MAD Magazine #275December 1987
  • Your Pet Knows... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Creatures From A Hack Buffoon
MAD Magazine #276January 1988
  • Recycling Toilet Seats (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Leave No Throne Unturned
  • The Ten All-Time Greatest Legendary Practical Jokes (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Pranks For the Memories
  • Dangerous Sports For The Very Daring and The Super Stupid (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Wide World of Dorks
  • Practical Uses For Well-Trained Porcupines (Writer, Artist)
    Department: A View To A Quill
  • Talk About Cheap! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Charge of the Tight Brigade
MAD Magazine #281September 1988
  • Foolproof Ways To Suck-Up To Grandparents (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Geriatricks
MAD Magazine #282October 1988
  • Gift Catalog For Spoiled Rotten Pets (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Tail-Order Shopping
MAD Magazine #283December 1988
  • What Is a Supernerd? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Bad Case of The Twerpies
MAD Magazine #284January 1989
  • Some Classic Examples Of World Class Boredom (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Bouquet Of Yawning Glories
  • It's Safe To Go To the Bathroom When... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bladder Up!
  • Stupid Pet Owner Tricks (Artist, Writer)
    Department: It's Training Cats and Dogs
  • Mad's Cheap and Painless Methods For... Overcoming Baldness (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Deceiving Hair Lines
MAD Magazine #289September 1989
  • BOTB Sports Network (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bore Of The Crowd
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • MAD Suggestions for Reducing the National Debt (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Coming to a Debt End
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
  • Fleeting "Stars" Of The Six O'Clock News (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Just In... And Out
MAD Magazine #292January 1990
  • What's Your Choice? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Dialing For Dullards
  • Party Games For One (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Just Say Uno!
  • The Real Reasons Why You Can't Bring Your Friends Home! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Family Skewed
  • America's 9 Most Wanted Jerks (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bland On The Run
  • Find The... (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Seek Sickness
MAD Magazine #297September 1990
  • Fooling With Food (Artist, Writer)
    Department: When Eat Meets Jest
MAD Magazine #298October 1990
MAD Magazine #299December 1990
  • The 9 Real Reasons Why Your Parents Won't Let You Have a Pet (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Claws and Defects
MAD Magazine #300January 1991
  • A MAD Squint At Some Born Losers (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Go To Fail. Go Directly To Fail
  • A MAD Guide On How To Look Upscale (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Disguise The Limit
  • MAD’s Modern Babysitter’s Guide to the Problem Child (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Brat’s Entertainment
  • Why Cats Have 9 Lives and You Only Have One! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Me-Ouch!
  • Daily Aerobic Routines Without Costly Video Tapes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Your Days Are Limbered
MAD Magazine #305September 1991
  • How and Where Sneaky Smokers Can Hide Their Filthy Habit (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Camel-Flauge
MAD Magazine #306October 1991
  • The Chilling Chopper Chapter (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Tales From The Duck Side Part 2
  • Other Uses For Satellite Dishes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Antennas, Anyone?
MAD Magazine #307December 1991
  • A Second Bathroom... Your Gateway To Fun and Adventure! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Lavatory Experiments
MAD Magazine #308January 1992
  • MAD Salutes Unsung Heroes of The Bug Wars (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Insect Asides
  • Using Sports Equipment In Everyday Life (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Just Dual-ing Around
  • Why You Should... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fools and Regulations
  • You've Been Looking For Waldo... Now Where's... (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Search-In General
  • The Couch Potato Olympics (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Ready, Sit, Go!
MAD Magazine #313September 1992
  • Recycling Madonna's Old Bras (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Cup Scouting
MAD Magazine #314October 1992
  • Small But Significant Inventions Of The Past (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Behind The Create Ball
MAD Magazine #315December 1992
  • Fads That Never Quite Caught On! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Flop Culture
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Rejects (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Getting Out The Float
  • TV Bloopers We'd Really Like To See (Writer, Artist)
    Department: On The Err
  • Forgettable Firsts (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Rookie Monsters
  • A Kid's Guide to Things That Go Bump in the Night (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Fear's Looking At You, Kid!
MAD Magazine #321September 1993
  • Other Uses For Blow-Dryers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Air Apparent
MAD Magazine #322October 1993
  • Regional Celebrations You Rarely Hear About (Artist, Writer)
    Department: It Was The Festive Times...
MAD Magazine #323December 1993
  • Mad Contemplates, Investigates, and Fumigates Some... ...Bad Ideas Just Waiting To Happen! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Sometimes a Grate Notion
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • 8 Runner-Up Prizes That Nobody Claimed (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bringing Up Booby
  • The Masochist's Workout (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Pain's World
MAD Magazine #330September 1994
  • Summer Camps For Kids With Unique Problems (Artist, Writer)
    Department: In-Tents Therapy
MAD Magazine #331October 1994
  • Not So Great Ideas: A Potpourri Of Pathetic Prototypes That Never (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Notion Sickness
MAD Magazine #333January 1995
  • Collectibles from After the O.J. Simpson Trial (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Exploit Facto
  • The Baseball Strike Hall of Fame (Writer with James Warhola)
    Department: Glove's Labor Lost
  • Toys Inspired By Today's Headlines (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Tot Off The Press
  • Paparazzi Shots That Press Agents Try to Suppress (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Prints Harming
  • The Popemobile For Rent (Writer with Gerry Mooney)
    Department: Catholic-Tic Converter
  • Cover Writer
MAD Magazine • USA • California
MAD Paperbacks • USA • New York
MAD Magazine • Argentina • Magendra
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Veechi
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Record
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Mythos
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Panini
Miscellaneous MAD Specials • Brasil • Record
MAD Especial • Brasil • Record
MAD Especial • Brasil • Mythos
Cartoon Network Books • Brasil • Panini
MAD Especial • Brasil • Panini
MAD Paperbacks • Denmark • Semic
MAD Paperbacks • Germany • Williams
MAD Paperbacks • Great Britain
MAD Magazine • Mexico • Mina
MAD Paperbacks • Netherlands
MAD Magazine • Spain • Locuras
MAD Paperbacks • Sweden
Miscellaneous Non-MAD Publications

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