MAD Magazine #272

Updated:
MAD Magazine #272 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
July 1st, 1987
Cover:
Alf
Sale price:
$1.35
Pages:
52
Format:
Magazine

Editorial

Table of Contents

Cover: Mad

Cover Artist: Richard Williams

Table of Contents

Department: Mad

Letters and Tomatoes Dept.

Department: Letters and Tomatoes

Best of the Millenium Reader's Poll

Department: Mad

ARFul

Department: ALF

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Mort Drucker

A Mad Look at Fast Food

Department: A Mad Look at

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Mad's Alibis For All Occasions

Department: A Serving of Spare Fibs

Artist: Jack Davis Writer: Tom Koch

Don Martin Dept. Part I: One Fine Day in North Calamari

Department: Don Martin

Writer: Don Edwing Artist: Don Martin

The Flim Flam Film Man

Department: Rental Institution

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Stan Hart

Spy vs. Spy

Department: Spy vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

More Celebrity Silhouettes

Department: The Shadow Still Doesn't Know

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Rurik Tyler

Forget Smart

Department: Get Smart

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Writer: Donald K. Epstein Artist: Angelo Torres

Bush

Department: Vice Verse

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: Gerry Gersten

The Lighter Side of...

Department: The Lighter Side of...

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

When American TV Programs Are Shown in Russia

Department: The Same ld Bolshevik

Artist: Angelo Torres Writer: Lou Silverstone

A Mad Guide to Show Biz Success

Department: A Mad Guide to

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Mike Snider

Rock Groups on the Way Up

Department: American Band Slam

Writer: Chris Allen

Sport Activities for the Hyperactive

Department: Humor in a Jockular Vein

Artist, Writer: Paul Peter Porges

Why the U.S. Government Really Spends So Much

Department: Inappropriations

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Tom Koch

Don Martin Dept. Part II: One Fine Day in the South Bronx

Department: Don Martin

Writer: Don Edwing Artist: Don Martin

Mad Visits an Organ Transplant Hospital

Department: Dunkin' Donors

Artist: Bill Elder Artist: Harvey Kurtzman Writer: Lou Silverstone

It's a Crummy Job ...

Department: Taking a Too Weak Vocation

Artist: Al Jaffee Writer: John Ellis Sech

Drawn Out Dramas (Various Places around the Magazine)

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Back Cover Inside: Mad Fold-In

Artist: Al Jaffee

Back Cover: WWWF Magazine

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