Harry North

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Harry North is the only artist to contribute original material to both US and British versions of MAD.
North was doing low-key work at IPC, once Britain’s largest comic producer, before an opportunity with Look In prompted Harry to go free-lance in 1971,with features including On the Buses, ALF and more.
North was drawing MAD-like film spoofs in colour for Asterix creator René Goscinny in Pilote when spotted by US MAD’s John Putnam and others. 
He moved from Britain to New York in 2004, and has worked for ad agency Ogilvy & Mather and others.

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Contributions by Harry North

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • The Bauble Hymn of the Republic (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Buy-Centennial Dept.
  • The Omenous (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Peck's Bad Boy Dept.
  • Top Secret Minutes of Top Secret Meetings (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Exposed Nerds Dept.
  • The Devil with Carter? (Artist)
  • A Mad Treasury of Shakespeare's Lesser Known Quotes (Artist with Dennis Snee)
    Department: Going Over Bard Dept.
  • Sobsession (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Seeing is Bereaving Dept.
MAD Magazine #193September 1977
  • The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Sick Transit Gloriously Dept.
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • If Today's Sex Symbols Weren't in Show Biz (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: A Star Is Shorn Dept.
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
  • Handicaps in Other Fields (Artist with Adam Garst, Larry Siegel)
  • The Paranoiac's Seven Day Tour of Japan (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • Ten Little Businessmen (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: There Goes the Neighborhood Dept.
  • Mad's "Punk Rock Group" of the Year (Artist with Larry Siegel)
  • Graduating Class Pictures as Staged by Some of the World's Best-Known Picture-Makers (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Awful Assembly Dept.
MAD Magazine #201September 1978
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • Why Battle with Common, Vulgar Clods at the Newsstand for Your Copy of Mad... When You Can... Subscribe (Artist)
  • A Seven Day Tour of Israel for the Guilt-ridden (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • Recycled Magazine Articles (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • TV Spin-Offs Yet to Come (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • The Mad Success Primer of the '70's or How to Succeed Without Working (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
  • Mad Explores the TV Ratings System (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Ralph Raider
MAD Magazine #210October 1979
  • The Mad Nasty Book [Volume One] (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: The Mad Nasty Book
MAD Magazine #211December 1979
  • When Women Take Over Movies Completely (Artist with Larry Siegel)
MAD Magazine #212January 1980
  • Mad's "Children's Movie Producer of the Year" (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Chipped Cahter
  • 00$ Moneyraker (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: James Bond
  • Surplus Items We Can Sell to the Arabs (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • Mad's "Necromania Agent" of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: John Revoltya
  • A Mad Look at the Future with the Energy Crunch (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • A Mad Collection of Some Very Rare Famous Family Album Rejects (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Collection
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
  • Some Mad Examples of Celebrities High-Value Insurance Policies (Artist with Dennis Snee)
  • Just Once, Wouldn't You Like To (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
MAD Magazine #218October 1980
  • The Mad Nasty Book Volume Two (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: The Mad Nasty Book
MAD Magazine #219December 1980
  • If We Ever Have Real Equal Rights Laws (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #220January 1981
  • Everyday Crimes That Should Be Punished (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • A Mad Look at Some... Not-So-Famous Last Words (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • On a Scale of 1-To-10 (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #226October 1981
  • Thought Patterns for Real-Life Every-Day Situations (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Balloony Tunes Dept.
MAD Magazine #227December 1981
  • A Mad Survey of Today's Living, Showing Why... You Can't Win! (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: A Mad Survey
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • The 1981 Night Before Christmas or A Final Visit From St. Nicholas (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • A Mad Report on Progress (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: A Mad Report on Progress
  • The "Star Wars" Log: The Master Plan for Future Space Films (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • Cover Artist
  • Front Cover (Artist)
  • The Mad Nasty Book Volume Three (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • Mad Looks in on Public Television (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Denounce the Pretention Dept.
MAD Magazine #236January 1983
  • If You Think Things Are...Bad Well, They Could be...Worse In Fact They Could Be...Downright Horrible (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Topical Satire
  • If They Passed Other "Truth In..." Laws (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Unforked Tongue-in-Cheek Dept.
  • Mad's Suggestions for How Our Cities can Solve Their Problems (Artist with Fred Block, Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Urban on the Rocks Dept.
  • The Evolution of a TV Situation Comedy (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Expanse Account Dept.
MAD Magazine #241September 1983
  • The Mad Nasty Book, Volume Four (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Along the Snide Lines Dept.
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • Poetic Tributes To People Who Wouldn't Ordinarily Get Them (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Mad Poetry
MAD Magazine #244January 1984
  • Famous Quotations - - and How the People Back Then Reacted to Them (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Past-Asides Dept.
  • Mad's List of Runners-Up for "The Three Biggest Lies in America" (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Turning Back the Crock Dept.
  • More Ads We Never Got to See (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Ads Backwards Dept.
MAD Magazine #250October 1984
  • The Mad Nasty Book, Volume Five (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Along the Snide Lines Dept.
MAD Magazine #251December 1984
  • Only in the Middle of the Night... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: No Rest for the Leery Dept.
MAD Magazine #252January 1985
  • The Evolution of the Species, Updated (Artist with Chris Hart)
    Department: Darwinners and Losers Dept.
  • Red Topple And... Night Time Takes A Mad Look At Rock Video (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: P.M.-T.V. Department
  • Who Needs It? (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Dubious Or Not Dubious Department
  • Mad's Really Perplexing Mysteries Of Life (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Whys Up Department
MAD Magazine #258October 1985
  • The Computer Company President of the Year (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: In the Chips Dept.
  • Mad's Human Equivalency Scale (Artist with Mike Snider)
MAD Magazine #265September 1986
  • Video Maladies (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: VCR Department
  • At the Bedside, Part I (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Departing Shots Department
MAD Magazine #266October 1986
  • How P B S Really Differs From Commercial TV (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: How Now High Brow Department
  • Living on the Edge (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Up, Up and Oy Vey Department
  • Announcing the Crank'em Out Mint Professional Wrestling Chess Set (Artist with John Ficarra)
MAD Magazine #274October 1987
  • Abra-Cadaver (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Wake Watchers Part 1
  • The Plot Sickens (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Wake Watchers
  • If "They" Had To Fill Out "Your" Questionnaires (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Ask Kickers Department
  • Mad's Instant Guide To Zodiac Types (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: A Bad Case of Constellation
  • A Mad Look At Real-Life Government "Logic" (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: None Dare Call It Reason Department
  • Mad's Plan For Improving Movie Theatres (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Gall of the House Of Ushers Department
  • When TV Commercials Make Full Use of the Beatles Songs (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: "I Am the Ad Man" Department
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • Did You Ever Notice That the Same People Who… (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Hypocritic Oafs
  • Greeting Cards For People We Don't Even Know (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Strangers In The Write
MAD Magazine #299December 1990
  • Mad Examines Some Cave Writings of Prehistoric Man (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Humor in a Monolithic Vein Dept.
  • MAD’s Lifetime Chart of Wasted Time (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: As the Clock Schticks Away
MAD Magazine #306October 1991
  • Un-Learning Adult Education Courses (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Applying For a Scholar-Snip
MAD Magazine #308January 1992
  • Still More Runners-Up To "The Three Biggest Lies In America" (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Truth Decay
  • It Never Works But You Gotta Try... (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Back To The Futile
MAD Magazine #323December 1993
  • MAD's Neighborhood Dining Roundup (Artist with Bob Bramble)
    Department: Eats Meets Jest
MAD Super Special • USA • New York
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
MAD Especial • Brasil • Record
MAD Especial • Brasil • Mythos
MAD Especial • Brasil • Panini
Cartoon Network Books • Brasil • Panini
MAD Magazine • Great Britain
Miscellaneous MAD Specials • Great Britain
MAD Paperbacks • Netherlands
MAD Paperbacks • Sweden
Miscellaneous Non-MAD Publications

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