Stan Hart

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Stan Hart
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September 12th, 1928
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July 27th, 2017
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Len Brown about Stan Hart:

CBA: Do you recall the significant non-sports cards you worked on?
Len: I remember the first day I came into work, another fellow in our department who was on an equal footing with Woody, was Stan Hart...
CBA: Stan Hart, the humorist?
Len: Yeah! He worked for Mad magazine for many, many years.
CBA: Then he worked as a writer on the Carol Burnett Show.
Len: Yes. Absolutely. We became very close. In those days, it was Stan, Woody and myself in the new products department. Woody had hired me but in many ways, Stan was my boss. I was 18 years old and I guess Stan was about ten years older than that.
CBA: What was Stan like?
Len: Stan could be tough but he was a very funny guy and very creative. I don't remember exactly when but it was probably around 1965, when he left Topps and went to California. He was already working for Mad magazine by then... Somehow he did get involved with Carol Burnett and started writing for her and became head writer and eventually won an Emmy. He worked with Burnett for many years and he's done many different things. He produced his own movie and wrote a play that Hal Prince produced on Broadway. It was called Some of My Best Friends.
CBA: Did you maintain any contact with Stan once he went Hollywood?
Len: Oh, yeah, we stayed in touch and I'd visit him occasionally. He never really went completely "Hollywood" and he continued to consult for Topps. He'd fly in periodically for a series of meetings. I think after the Carol Burnett gig ended (I don't remember how long he worked for her), he moved back to the city and got involved with Topps again, though not on a daily basis. He'd come in a few days a week as a consultant and we'd still work together. Since I moved to Texas, we've spoken and, in fact, I have a note here to give him a call and see how he's doing. He's retired now and I think he's close to 70. He's got grandchildren. Stan was a very important aspect of my life, too, and very supportive of me during my early days at Topps.

Complete interview can be found at http://twomorrows.com/comicbookartist/articles/14brown.html

 

 

Art Spiegelman about Stan Hart

Skipping forward a couple of decades; let's talk specifically about GPK. When that series launched, we've all read the stories about how it was a Wacky Packages that got commissioned as a GPK, then all of a sudden it was rushed off as its own series... can you talk about exactly when you ...?

That's not exactly the way I remember it. Did you ever see the book that Abrams did of the Garbage Pail Kids?

I did, I have read it ... it was a little while ago.

Okay. It was almost parallel and coincidental that Garbage Pail Kids was being made as a Wacky Packs or a very late series of those; when you're backed into doing Garbage Pail Kids as the series in that ... As I think that I outlined in that short piece that was at the front of the Garbage Pail Kids book, Topps had actually tried to get a license to do Cabbage Patch Kid dolls as a sticker series. As I remember it, the price being asked was very high for what Topps considered manageable. Then, everybody shrugged and said, "Well, I guess we're not going to do that."

Then, one of the people who worked at Topps named Stan Hart, who actually was a writer for the later version of MAD Magazine and worked on ... what was it ... I think the Carol Burnett Show, a TV show at the time; and was son-in-law of the head of Topps. He said, "Well, let's do a knock-off. Let's do a parody."

Nobody knew what he meant. Just, nobody knew what he was talking about, "Like a parody, that would be just one picture?"

"No. No. Just do a series."

"What would that be?"

"You figure it out." Left us flummoxed.

Stan [Hart] just came in once a week. That was... I don't know what year that was. I just went backwards from how long it takes to produce a gum card series, I guess. Whatever year that was happening in, it left us slumped. It wasn't obvious that it had to be a series. It wasn't obvious what it should look like. We were in charge of it ... Stan Hart wandered off on his white cloud. Len Brown, me, an assistant, Mark Newgarden, a couple of other people tried to figure out what that could possibly be.

For a few weeks there, what I remember was assigning different artists to do some of this parody of the Cabbage Patch Kid dolls. One thing I figured could work was naming these things. That was ... Cabbage Patch Kids came with their own certificate of authenticity like a birth certificate and had specific names. A much younger Topps had had several series that just were weird monster sticker-like things that looked like they were done by Dallas and Woodward. They just had a first name on them. That had been very popular. We did a few follow-ups there. That seemed like a natural approach to move in that direction and say, "We'll have the dolls and have names on them."

Complete interview can be found at http://members.tripod.com/garbage_pail_kids/GPKInterviewSpiegelman.htm

 

Abram J. Shorin (Stan's Father-in-law and Christopher's Grandfather) https://www.nytimes.com/1990/05/30/obituaries/abram-j-shorin-91-baseball-card-creator.html

Contributions by Stan Hart

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #74October 1962
  • Future TV Medical Shows (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Ambulance Chasing Dept.
MAD Magazine #76January 1963
  • If the U.S. Government Bought Like the U.S. Public Buys (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Boosting the Economy-size Dept.
  • TV Pilot Films That Never Made It (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Footage in the Mouth Dept.
  • The Darker Side of Telstar (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Spatial Delivery Dept.
  • TV's Effect on Children (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Helf-Nielsen Dept.
  • How to Transform Your Dumpy City Into an Attractive Tourist Trap (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Dept. of the Inferior
  • Cherished Pages From Old Autograph Albums (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Blackboard Jingle Dept.
  • The Mad Baseball Primer (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Learning the Score Dept.
MAD Magazine #81September 1963
  • Mad's Wonder Drugs for Common Teenage Ailments (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Cure for the Common Clod Dept.
MAD Magazine #82October 1963
  • The Nurtzes (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Ward Healers Dept.
MAD Magazine #83December 1963
  • Stupidity on Television (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Vidiot's Delight Dept.
MAD Magazine #84January 1964
  • The Academy Awards for Home Movies (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Lights, Camera, Ecch-tion Dept.
  • Famous Protest Campaigns (Writer with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke)
    Department: And the Bans Played On Dept.
  • The Minute That TV Show is Over (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Other Side of the Corn Dept.
  • The Mad Hospital Primer (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Ward to the Wise Dept.
  • The Real Story Behind the News (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Stop the Pressures Dept.
  • Strange Interlude With Hazey (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Maid in the U.S.A. Dept.
  • Kids' Versions of Adult Films (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Tot A-Okay Dept.
  • Angry (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Act Your Rage Dept.
  • The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming July 4th Weekend (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Mis-Happy Holiday Dept.
  • Mad's Caterer of the Year (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Affairs of Status Dept.
  • The Mad Politicians Primer (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Snakes in the Grass Roots Dept.
MAD Magazine #89September 1964
  • The MAD Academy Awards for Parents (Writer with Mort Drucker)
  • World's Fair Pavillions We'd Really Like to See (Writer with Joe Orlando)
  • The Phewgitive (Writer with Mort Drucker)
MAD Magazine #90October 1964
  • The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming Labor Day Weekend (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Mis-happy Holiday Dept.
  • Strange Interludes in Everyday Life (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Face-Lifting Dept.
  • Louise Cramm's Realistic Mad Scrapbook (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: The Berth of the Blues Dept.
MAD Magazine #91December 1964
  • How Bad Childhood Habits Can Help In a Congressional Career (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Capitol Punishment Dept.
  • Why Not Warnings on All Packages? (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Name Your Poison Dept.
MAD Magazine #92January 1965
  • The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming Christmas Weekend (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Mis-happy Holiday Dept.
  • Letters From Santa Claus (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: 'Twas the Note Before Christmas Dept.
  • Neighborhood Celebrities (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Impress Your Friends Dept.
  • Phoney Magazine (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Sham-Pooh Dept.
  • The Mad Safety Council's Predictions For the Upcoming New Year's Weekend (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Mis-happy Holidays Dept.
  • Neurotic Magazine (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Sick-Sick-Slick Dept.
  • TV Commercials (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: No Sale Dept.
  • Passion Place (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: One Horsing-Around Town Dept.
MAD Magazine #97September 1965
  • The Rooks (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Age Before Booty Dept.
MAD Magazine #98October 1965
  • The Mad Academy Awards for Small Businessmen (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Counter-Acting Dept.
MAD Magazine #99December 1965
  • Mad's Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is Dept.
  • Mad Interviews the Greeting Card Manufacturer of the Year (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Card Shark Dept.
  • Let's Humanize Those Automated Machines (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Sweet Torque Dept.
MAD Magazine #100January 1966
  • The Nilson Family (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Home-Sweet-Ho-Hum Dept.
  • The Toy Manufacturer of the Year (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Tots My Line Dept.
  • The Mad Suburban Primer (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Frightening Developments Dept.
  • Intimidations and Antidotes (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: The Ploy's the Thing Dept.
  • Bubby Lake Missed (by a mile) (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Crazy Otto Dept.
  • Fathers Are Two-Time Losers (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Bottled Pop Dept.
  • The Mad Hypocrite Primer (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: About Face Dept.
  • Mad Looks at the Voice Typewriter (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Miss-Take-a-Letter Dept.
  • Mad Licenses (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Give 'em the Double-O Dept.
MAD Magazine #107December 1966
  • Mad's Academy Awards For Teenagers (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Emote Control Dept.
MAD Magazine #108January 1967
  • More Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is Dept.
  • A Mad Shopping Guide For Gifts For Finks (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Gift Till It Hurts Dept.
  • The Sound of Money (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Baiting the Trapps Dept.
  • The Television Network President of the Year (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: The Boob in Charge of the Tube Dept.
  • Why Spy (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Caustic Agents Dept.
  • The Mad Psychoanalysis Primer (Writer)
    Department: Just ID's Stuff Dept.
MAD Magazine #114October 1967
  • So How Come... (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Double-Standard Bearers Dept.
MAD Magazine #115December 1967
  • Protest Buttons Through History (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Pins and Needles Dept.
  • Prodigy (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Rapping the Gifted Dept.
  • The "Sam Pebbles" (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Yangtze Go Home Dept.
  • In the Out Exit (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Belle, Book and Vandals Dept.
  • The Mad Fad-and-Fetish Primer (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: As Mania Goes, So Goes the Nation Dept.
  • Blue-Eyed Kook (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Escape-Goat Dept.
MAD Magazine #121September 1968
  • Mad's "Cliche Conversation" Killers (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is Dept.
MAD Magazine #123December 1968
  • Free-Loader: The Magazine for Deadbeats (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Born Freebie Dept.
  • Mad's Book Publisher of the Year (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Garbage Disposal Dept.
MAD Magazine #129September 1969
  • The Mad Primer of Bigots, Extremists and Other Loose Ends (Writer with Jack Davis, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: It Must Have Been Something They Hate Dept.
  • Mad Gray Paper: The State of Our Cities (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Putting Down Town Dept.
  • Jewella (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Filly of Soul Dept.
MAD Magazine #130October 1969
  • Television Shows That Didn't Make It (Writer)
    Department: Pilot Error Dept.
  • Mad Green Paper: The State of Our Suburbs (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: The Wrong Side of the Tracts Dept.
  • Midnight Wowboy (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Everybody's Gawkin' Dept.
  • Spray Can Sprays We'd Like to See (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Psssst! Dept.
  • You Know You're Really a Bore When . . . (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Comes the Yawn Dept.
  • A Mad Look at College (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Universi-Tease Dept.
  • Mad's Vice-President of the Year (Writer with John Cullen Murphy)
    Department: The Agnew and the Ecchstacy Dept.
  • More "So How Come..."? (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Double-Standard Dept.
  • Room 222ZZZZZZZZZ (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: There's No School Like a Soul School Dept.
MAD Magazine #137September 1970
  • Boob And Carnal And Tad And Alas (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Mad Movie Satire
  • A Mad Peek Behind The Scenes Of Home Services (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: A Mad Peek Behind The Scenes
MAD Magazine #140January 1971
  • You Know You're Really a Football Fan When... (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Off the Pigskin Dept.
  • The Doris Daze Show (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Freckles and Her Friends Dept.
  • Catch-All-22 (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: War Is Heller Dept.
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Shopping Center (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Inside-Ouch! Dept.
  • Mad's "Dirty Old Man" of the Year (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Teeny-Bopper-Poppa Dept.
MAD Magazine #145September 1971
  • The Foul and the Prissy Cats (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: The Id and the Inhibit-Id Dept.
MAD Magazine #147December 1971
  • A Mad Look at Pet Owners (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Burden of Beasts Dept.
MAD Magazine #148January 1972
  • The Trauma of '42 (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Three to Get Ready Dept.
MAD Magazine #153September 1972
  • Longshot (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Blindfolderol Dept.
MAD Magazine #154October 1972
  • The Cute Rook (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Heist of Idiocy Dept.
  • A Crockwork Lemon (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: De Sadest Story Ever Told Dept.
MAD Magazine #163December 1973
  • The Clods of '44 (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Son of the Summer of '42 Dept.
  • Gambler Magazine (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Patrons of the Odds Dept.
  • M*A*S*H*uga (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Patrons of the Odds Dept.
  • Mad's "Karate Movie" Producer of the Year (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Hack Film-Maker Dept.
  • Parental Non-Sequiturs (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Shift of Gab Dept.
  • Billy Jock (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Diatribal Legend Dept.
MAD Magazine #169September 1974
  • Serpicool (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Graft Dodger Dept.
  • A Mad Look at Funerals (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Cash and Bury Dept.
MAD Magazine #171December 1974
  • The Mad Crisis Primer (Writer)
    Department: Doom it May Concern Dept.
  • Mad's Sure-Fire Cliche Killers (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is Dept.
MAD Magazine #172January 1975
  • The Great Gasbag (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Boring '20s Dept.
  • Death Wishers (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Mugger Bugger Dept.
MAD Magazine #177September 1975
MAD Magazine #178October 1975
  • The Mad Economics Primer (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Currency Events Department
  • The All in the Family Tree or The History of a Spin-Off Bonanza-Past, Present and Future (Writer with E. Nelson Bridwell)
    Department: Spin-Offspring Department
MAD Magazine #179December 1975
  • Fun Lady (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Over-Briced Schmaltz Dept.
  • Broken Homes and Gardens (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Split-Levity Dept.
MAD Magazine #180January 1976
  • Time Drags... Time Flies... (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Weary of Relativity Dept.
  • Rollerbrawl (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Future Schlock Dept.
  • Mad's Academy Awards for Public Servants (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Grinding Their Acts Dept.
  • Mind Power (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Mental Piece Dept.
MAD Magazine #185September 1976
  • Borey Lyndon (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Kubrick-a-Brac Dept.
MAD Magazine #186October 1976
  • Mad's Packager of the Year (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Rapping the Wrapping Dept.
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes Car Rental Companies (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Inside-Ouch Dept.
  • Other Forms of Malpractice Insurance (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Take Coverage! Dept.
MAD Magazine #188January 1977
  • The Bad Mouth Bears (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Split Scream Dept.
  • The Misery Breaks (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Split Scream Dept.
  • If Other Businesses Offered "No-Frills" Service (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Minimum's the World Dept.
  • Marathon Mess (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Thou Shalt Not Drill Dept.
  • The Jazzyslums (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: A Credit to their Ratings Dept.
  • Nutwork (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Tele Like it is! Dept.
MAD Magazine #193September 1977
  • The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Sick Transit Gloriously Dept.
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • Rockhead (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: It's Stallone Ranger! Dept.
  • Mad's Cliche Killers (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is Dept.
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
  • How Come You Worry about ... When ... (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • The Paranoiac's Seven Day Tour of Japan (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis
  • Blarney Miller (Writer with Angelo Torres)
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • The Dip (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Bubble, Bottles and Boobs Dept.
  • Some Mad Things We'll Never Understand (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • Where Your Dollar Goes (Writer with Bob Clarke)
  • Clod Encounters of the Absurd Kind (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Boffo UFO Dept.
  • The Mad Book of Odds (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: You Bet Your Life Dept.
  • How to Read Between the Lines (Writer)
    Department: Hidden Meanies Dept.
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • Uncle, The Magazine for Camp Counselors (Writer with Jack Davis)
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • A Seven Day Tour of Israel for the Guilt-ridden (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • Parents are Unconstitutional (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • Academy Awards for Union Leaders (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Academy Awards
MAD Magazine #209September 1979
MAD Magazine #212January 1980
  • 00$ Moneyraker (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: James Bond
  • Mad's "Religion" Promoter of the Year (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Mike Malice
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
MAD Magazine #218October 1980
  • Mad Magazine Resents Throw Up the Academy (Writer with Angelo Torres)
  • Variety for Other Occupations (Writer)
  • Crapper John, M.D. (Writer with Jack Davis)
MAD Magazine #226October 1981
  • Too Gross for Comfort (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Knight of the Living Dead Dept.
MAD Magazine #227December 1981
  • The Mad TV Coroner's Report (Writer)
  • A Mad Look at Teachers (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Good Sounds/Bad Sounds (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • Mad's Academy Awards Show (Writer with Mort Drucker)
  • If Photograph Albums Told the Whole Truth (Writer with Al Jaffee)
MAD Magazine #233September 1982
  • Ronald Reagan Now Starring at The White House (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Caught in the Acts Dept.
MAD Magazine #235December 1982
  • Hidden Charges in Typical Bills (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Accounts Deceivable Dept.
MAD Magazine #236January 1983
  • Q.T. The Quasi-Terrestrial (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Mad Movie Satire
  • If They Passed Other "Truth In..." Laws (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Unforked Tongue-in-Cheek Dept.
  • An Officer Ain't No Gentleman (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: C'est la Gere Dept.
  • You Know He/She is Not for You When... (Writer)
    Department: Mr/Miss-matched Dept.
  • More Parental Non-Sequiturs (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Shift of Gab Dept.
  • The Verdiccch (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Whiskey with an Ambulance Chaser Dept.
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • The *A* Team [The *Asinine* Team] (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Mad TV Satire
MAD Magazine #243December 1983
  • Stuporman ZZZ (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Last Super Dept.
  • The Mad School of Parenting (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Dire Rearing Dept.
  • Staying Awake (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Low Travoltage Dept.
  • Time Flies...Time Drags... (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: The Eerie of Relativity Dept.
  • After MUSH (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Miss Mash Dept.
MAD Magazine #249September 1984
  • Grimlins (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Our Creatures Presentations Dept.
MAD Magazine #257September 1985
  • Witless (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Famous Amish Kookies Department
MAD Magazine #258October 1985
  • Goofies (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Grinding Out the Same Old Spiel-berg Dept.
  • Rockhead IV (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: A Rolling Stallone Gathers Even More Gross Department
MAD Magazine #265September 1986
  • Clown and Lout In Beverly Hills (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hobosexual Department
MAD Magazine #267December 1986
  • Top Gunk (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Naval Air Farce Department
  • THe Color Of Monotony (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Cruising For A New-Man Department
  • Peggy Got Stewed and Married (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Turner Back the Hands of Time Department
  • The Flim Flam Film Man (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Rental Institution Dept.
MAD Magazine #273September 1987
  • Dorky Dancing (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hollywood and Grind
  • Feeble Attraction (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: And They Call It Yuppie Love Department
  • Three Morons and A Baby (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Tour Of Doody Department
  • Broadcast Snooze (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Anchore Sore Department
MAD Magazine #282October 1988
  • The Mad Guide To "Forgivable" and "Unforgivable" Sins (According To Certain Fundamentalists) (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Catching Them Off God
MAD Magazine #283December 1988
  • Rambull III (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Afghanistan Hart
MAD Magazine #284January 1989
  • Numbing To America (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Throne For a Loss
  • When Roger Rabbit Technology Takes Over All Of Hollywood's Films (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Toonstruck
  • Grossanne (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Fats Of Life
  • Twinge (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Ovary Indulgence
MAD Magazine #289September 1989
  • Battyman (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Dynamic Uno
  • Video Reviews (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Hartburn
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • Movie satire: ‘Grossbusters II’ ['Ghostbusters II'] (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Second Slime Around
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
  • The Blunder Years (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Sixties-Something
  • No Hoax Barred (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Hogan's Zeroes
  • MAD's Big Ego Busters (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Deflater Mouth
MAD Magazine #292January 1990
  • Big City Signs Of The Times (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: The Handwriting Is Off The Wall
  • MAD's Video Reviews (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Hart Burn
  • Bleak For The Future Part II (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: 21st Century Fox
  • MAD's Video Reviews (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Hart Burn
  • ROACH! (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Big Ham On Campus
MAD Magazine #297September 1990
  • Hunt For Last October (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: A Show Of Defection
MAD Magazine #298October 1990
  • Grimlins Ptu! The New Botch (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Pest Is Yet To Come
  • Robocrap 2 (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Metal Detective
MAD Magazine #299December 1990
  • The Simpsons (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Name That Toon Dept.
  • Using the Simpson Look to Update Stale Appearances (Writer with Greg Theakston)
    Department: Our Features Presentation Dept.
MAD Magazine #300January 1991
  • Groan With The Wind (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: The South Will Writhe Again
  • Gauche (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: The Plight Of The Living Dead
  • Video Reviews (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hart Burn
  • Stale Prince of Belch Air (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Home Sweet Homeboy
  • Home A-Groan (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: American Youth Hostile
  • Mad's Video Reviews (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Hart Burn Department
MAD Magazine #305September 1991
  • Dunces With Wolves (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Tribe and Tribulations
MAD Magazine #306October 1991
  • MAD's Merchandiser Of The Year (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Getting An Exploit Opinion
MAD Magazine #307December 1991
  • Throbbin Hood Prince Of Heaves (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Knock On Sherwood
MAD Magazine #308January 1992
  • Snorin' Exposure (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Of Moose and Mensch
  • MAD's Video Reviews (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Hart Burn
  • If Blondie Entered The Real Workplace (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: No Longer a Young Chic
  • Buggy (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Warren Commotion
  • Hook 'Em (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Ever, Ever Bland
MAD Magazine #314October 1992
  • Buttman Returns (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Bruce Wayne's World
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • Sister Axed (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: A Bad Case Of The Nuns
  • A League To Bemoan (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: The Boy Toys Of Summer
  • Blunder Siege (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: A Man For All Seizin's
  • Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket at The Movies (A-lad-dim, Beauty and The Beef) (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Fault Disney
MAD Magazine #321September 1993
  • Groundhog Deja Vu (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Replay's The Thing
MAD Magazine #322October 1993
  • A Decent Proposal (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Take My Wife, Sleaze!
MAD Magazine #323December 1993
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    Department: The Bigot They Are...
MAD Magazine #324January 1994
  • Senseless In Seattle (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: A-Tom-Meg Bomb
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • Swinefilled (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Disasters Of Their Domain
  • Mrs. Doubtful (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Tootsie Rolled
  • NYPD Boobs (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: The Bod Squad
  • Dick Tracy, Bachelor (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Take My Wife, Police!
MAD Magazine #330September 1994
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    Department: Getting a Reel Education
MAD Magazine #332December 1994
  • The Lion's Kin (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Jungle Feeble
MAD Magazine #350October 1996
  • Movie satire: ‘It’s a Blunderful Life’ [‘It’s a Wonderful Life’] (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: A Tip of Capra
  • The People vs. Larry Fylth (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: A Star Is Porn Dept.
MAD Magazine #362October 1997
  • The Chelsea E-Mails (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: www.whitehouse.com-edy Dept.
  • Truly Grueling Moder Day Labors of Hercules We'd Like to See (Writer with Bill Wray)
    Department: Entertainment Greekly Dept.
MAD Magazine #363November 1997
  • Mad Interviews the Defense Attorney of the Year (Writer with Timothy Shamey)
    Department: Slaughter in the Court Dept.
MAD Magazine #364December 1997
  • Newspaper Stories You May See After Future Anti-Discrimination Lawsuits (Writer with James Warhola)
    Department: Bias Beware Dept.
  • Putz Adams (Writer with Bill Wray)
    Department: The Doctor is In-Sane Dept.
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