MAD Magazine #74

Updated:
MAD Magazine #74 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
October 1st, 1962
Sale price:
25 cent
Format:
Magazine

Editorial

Cover Variations

Table of Contents

Cover

Artist, Colorist: Frank Kelly Freas

Polaroid Camera

Artist: Lester Krauss

[No Title]

Department: Letters

Artist: Nick Meglin

Alfred's Poor Almanac

Writer: Frank Jacobs

Dr. Killjoy

Department: Intern for the Worst

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Lou Silverstone

Future TV Medical Shows

Department: Ambulance Chasing

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Stan Hart

Labor Day Cards From Management to Labor

Department: Executive Suite-Talk

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: George Woodbridge

Waterskiing

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

If Corporations Ran Their Own Summer Camps

Department: Blue Chips Off the Old Block

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Larry Siegel

Spy Vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger ; Spy Vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

Speaking From Pictures

Department: Freedom With Speech

Writer: Gerald Gardner

When Newspaper Editors Go on Vacation

Department: Stop-Gap the Presses

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: Joe Orlando

If They Had Summer Replacements in Every Day Life

Department: Switch-Craft

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: George Woodbridge

At the Movies

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

TV Ads We'd Like to See

Department: Television

Artist: Wally Wood Writer: Earle Doud

The Rock 'N' Roll Senior Citizens' Problem

Department: Rock of Aged

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Larry Siegel

A Celebrity's Wallet

Department: Big Time Operator

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Arnie Kogen

Eating Out

Department: You and the Knife and the Muzak

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

Spy Vs. Spy Vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger ; Spy Vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

The Mad Celebrity Primer

Department: Tell-A-Phony Book

Artist: Wally Wood Writer: Larry Siegel

The Arrival of the King

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

Why We Always Look Angry in These Ad

Artist, Colorist: Lester Krauss

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