Playboy #v13#11
(November 1966)

Playboy, 1953 Series
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Volume
13
Price
0.75 USD
Pages
258
Indicia Frequency
monthly
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
HMH Publishing Co., Inc.
Editing
Hugh M. Hefner (editor, publisher); A. C. Spectorsky (associate publisher, editorial director)

Issue Notes

Indexed from a clipped issue. A few cartoons are missing and therefore not indexed.

The individual issues of this series are each less than 50% comics. Only comics sequences are indexed and cover scans are accepted only if the issue has 10% indexed comics content.

[Too-Real Practice for Bullfight] (Table of Contents: 1)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Pencils
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Inks
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Colors
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
During bullfighting practice, a matador stabs the man wheeling a practice cart with a bull's head on it.
Keywords
bullfight; matador; practice; sword

Indexer Notes

Page 108. A pantomime cartoon.

[Model Bachelor Apartment] (Table of Contents: 2)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Pencils
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Inks
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Colors
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man walks by the open door of an apartment, which has a sign that reads "Model Bachelor Apartment. Open for Inspection." Inside, a naked young man is chasing a naked young woman.
Keywords
bachelor; nude; pipe; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 131. A pantomime cartoon.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Dink Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Dink Siegel (signed)
Inks
Dink Siegel (signed)
Colors
Dink Siegel (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Sooner or later she finds a way to get the conversation around to her figure.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two women at a party gossip about another, who has captured male attention by lowering the top of her dress.
Keywords
cocktails; party; topless

Indexer Notes

Page 142.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 4)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Pencils
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Inks
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Colors
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Frankly, what with Harry's brooding over Vietnam, inflation, Negro uprisings, air pollution, student protests, and the John Birch Society, it's solving OUR problem of birth control.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman complains that her partner is too interested in politics to be interested in sex.
Keywords
birth control

Indexer Notes

Page 161.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 5)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Pencils
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Inks
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Colors
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Let all bitterness and wrath and evil speaking be put away from you ... and be ye kind, tenderhearted and forgiving. Ephesians, chapter 4, verses 31-2.
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A Crusader quotes scripture as he attacks the Muslims in the Holy Land.
Keywords
Crusades; Holy Land; horses; Muslims; scripture; swords

Indexer Notes

Page 175.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Pencils
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Inks
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Cut out that 'Wouldst' and 'Thou,' Hiram Goodbody, and put it to me straight. Are you, or are you not, propositioning me?
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A Puritan woman wants a man to get to the point.
Keywords
proposition; Puritans

Indexer Notes

Page 180.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 7)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)
Pencils
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)
Inks
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Gosh Mr. Morton, what brings you down here?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
An executive enters an office to find the man holding his secretary on his lap. The executive then leaves, but takes the secretary with him.
Keywords
secretary

Indexer Notes

Page 186. A two-panel comic story.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 8)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Bill Shaffer (signed)
Pencils
Bill Shaffer (signed)
Inks
Bill Shaffer (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Darlene grew two inches while you were away.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A mother is talking about her daughter growing two inches taller, while a soldier back on leave is staring at the girl's bust.
Keywords
soldier

Indexer Notes

Page 188.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 9)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Pencils
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Inks
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
It looks as if Bodecker's project has gotten completely out of hand.
Genre
humor; science fiction
Synopsis
Two scientists open the door to a "restricted" lab, only to find themselves gazing into a dimension of planets and stars.
Reprints
Keywords
dimension; experiments; restricted

Indexer Notes

Page 190.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 10)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Chon Day (signed)
Pencils
Chon Day (signed)
Inks
Chon Day (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
My secretary thinks you're very attractive for a woman your age.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man gives his middle-aged wife a back-handed compliment.

Indexer Notes

Page 191.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 11)

cartoon / 0.3 page (report information)

Script
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Pencils
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Inks
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Bradshaw? I don't BEGIN to trust Bradshaw. He's a dove in hawk's clothing.
Genre
humor; military
Synopsis
Outside the Pentagon, two generals discuss another officer.
Keywords
dove; generals; hawk; Pentagon; Vietnam

Indexer Notes

Page 193.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 12)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
Jerry Mayer (signed)
Pencils
Jerry Mayer (signed)
Inks
Jerry Mayer (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
So I said to myself, why should the fans be the only ones to have half-time entertainment?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A football coach decides to give his players some entertainment in the locker room at halftime—with a nude woman.
Keywords
coach; football; locker room; nude; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 195.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 13)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Sidney Harris ? [as S. Harris] (signed)
Pencils
Sidney Harris ? [as S. Harris] (signed)
Inks
Sidney Harris ? [as S. Harris] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
You boys shouldn't just hang around the street like juvenile delinquents. You should have plans, ambitions, objectives. How about joining the mob?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man tries to recruit a couple of teens in leather jackets into organized crime.
Keywords
juvenile delinquents; leather jackets; Mafia; organized crime; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 198. Signature on cartoon is not clear.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 14)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Marty Murphy (signed)
Pencils
Marty Murphy (signed)
Inks
Marty Murphy (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
But downstairs ... in the bar ... I thought you said you loved me ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man is surprised when the girl he took to a hotel room has a coin-changing belt on her underwear.
Keywords
coin-changer; hotel; prostitution

Indexer Notes

Page 201.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 15)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
John Ruge [as Ruge] (signed)
Pencils
John Ruge [as Ruge] (signed)
Inks
John Ruge [as Ruge] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
True, the parsonage is small and the remuneration meager, but the congregation should be the source of a best-selling novel.
Genre
humor; religious
Synopsis
A supervising cleric gives a young pastor a reason for taking a job in a church.
Keywords
Bible; church; pastor

Indexer Notes

Page 202.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 16)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Pencils
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Inks
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
So the birds lay eggs, and all that jazz, and the little bumblebees help the flowers pollinate. Now run along, and for God's sake, don't get any more girls pregnant.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A father gives his son an abbreviated version of "the birds and the bees," apparently long after it would have done any good.
Keywords
sex education

Indexer Notes

Page 213.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 17)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Pencils
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Inks
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
The files are in alphabetical order, Miss Nordburg. You know—A, B, C, D, E, F ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A file clerk apparently got her job for her figure, not for her brains.
Keywords
file cabinet

Indexer Notes

Page 218.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 18)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
? [as Van Meter] (signed)
Pencils
? [as Van Meter] (signed)
Inks
? [as Van Meter] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
We're looking for something nice in the way of a get-sick card.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A "beatnik" couple has an unusual request for a clerk in a greeting cards shop.
Keywords
greeting cards

Indexer Notes

Page 222.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 19)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Brian Savage (signed)
Pencils
Brian Savage (signed)
Inks
Brian Savage (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
The party should be breaking up any minute now. Shall we stay and watch?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A party is turning into a wife-swapping fest.
Keywords
wife-swapping

Indexer Notes

Page 224.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 20)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Colors
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
... Each night I dream someone will come and take this love I have to offer.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A psychiatrist prepares to seduce his client.
Keywords
psychiatrist

Indexer Notes

Page 226.

[Tattoo Doodles] (Table of Contents: 21)

cartoon / 0.3 page (report information)

Script
Charles Rodrigues [as Rodrigues] (signed)
Pencils
Charles Rodrigues [as Rodrigues] (signed)
Inks
Charles Rodrigues [as Rodrigues] (signed)
Letters
typeset

Genre
humor
Synopsis
While talking on the phone, a tattoo artist doodles on the back of a sailor.
Keywords
sailor; tattoo; telephone

Indexer Notes

Page 228. A pantomime cartoon.

[Cut on Dotted Line in Desert] (Table of Contents: 22)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Virgil Partch [as VIP] (signed)
Pencils
Virgil Partch [as VIP] (signed)
Inks
Virgil Partch [as VIP] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A hiker in the desert is disturbed when he reads "Cut on the Dotted Line" on the ground and notices his footprints make a dotted line.
Keywords
desert

Indexer Notes

Page 229. A pantomime cartoon.

[Opposites] (Table of Contents: 23)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Ed Renfro ? [as Renfro] (signed)
Pencils
Ed Renfro ? [as Renfro] (signed)
Inks
Ed Renfro ? [as Renfro] (signed)

Genre
humor; fantasy-supernatural
Synopsis
A centaur doesn't know what to think when he meets a woman with a horse's head.
Reprints
Keywords
centaur

Indexer Notes

Page 230. A pantomime cartoon.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 24)

cartoon / 0.3 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
How much do you want for Boardwalk and Park Place?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Bankers are playing Monopoly in the bank vault after hours, using real money.
Keywords
bank; Monopoly; vault

Indexer Notes

Page 232.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 25)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Pencils
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Inks
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I worked six hours on that soup.
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A cook complains when his vat of soup is dumped on invaders scaling the wall of the castle.
Keywords
castle; siege; soup

Indexer Notes

Page 233.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 26)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Pencils
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Inks
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I say we must oppose the subversives in the market place of ideas; and only after failing to win there should we throw them in jail.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two older executives on the commuter train discuss how to handle demonstrations.
Keywords
commuter train; generation gap

Indexer Notes

Page 235.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 27)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
Pencils
Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
Inks
Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Well, my gosh, Martha—you've been after me for years to take up some kind of hobby ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A wife is surprised to learn that her husband has five women in a torture chamber in their basement.
Keywords
basement; bondage; cat-o-nine-tails; furnace; torture

Indexer Notes

Page 238.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 28)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Everything's OK, officer—we're settling out of court.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A motorcycle policeman finds that a man and woman have found a way to settle things when their cars collide.
Keywords
auto accident; motorcycle policeman

Indexer Notes

Page 241.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 29)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Pencils
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Inks
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Colors
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
You have a dirty mind; I like that in a man.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman is receptive when a man makes suggestive small talk.
Keywords
abstract art; couch

Indexer Notes

Page 243.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 30)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Alphonse Normandia (signed)
Pencils
Alphonse Normandia (signed)
Inks
Alphonse Normandia (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
It wants a window office ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A huge mainframe computer prints demands on its read-out tape.
Keywords
artificial intelligence; computer

Indexer Notes

Page 247.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 31)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Pencils
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Inks
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Colors
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Hell—this looks like a radical little community!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A couple drives into a town where a unusual demonstration is being held; the difference being all the protest signs are in favor of right-wing causes.
Keywords
demonstration; politics; protest signs; right-wing

Indexer Notes

Page 249.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 32)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Colors
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oops—sorry about that!
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
The Ajax White Knight rides through a cotton field and accidentally turns one of the black cotton-pickers white.
Keywords
African-American; Ajax; commercial; cotton; White Knight

Indexer Notes

Page 253. The cartoon is based on mid-1960s Ajax Laundry Detergent TV commercials that featured a White Knight on horseback who had a lance that shot a ray that got rid of dirt on clothes. "Ajax Laundry Detergent—It's stronger than dirt!"

Editing
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Table of Contents
  1. 1. [Too-Real Practice for Bullfight]
  2. 2. [Model Bachelor Apartment]
  3. 3. ["Sooner or later she finds a way to get the conversation around to her figure."]
  4. 4. ["Frankly, what with Harry's brooding over Vietnam, inflation, Negro uprisings, air pollution, student protests, and the John Birch Society, it's solving OUR problem of birth control."]
  5. 5. ["Let all bitterness and wrath and evil speaking be put away from you ... and be ye kind, tenderhearted and forgiving. Ephesians, chapter 4, verses 31-2."]
  6. 6. ["Cut out that 'Wouldst' and 'Thou,' Hiram Goodbody, and put it to me straight. Are you, or are you not, propositioning me?"]
  7. 7. ["Gosh Mr. Morton, what brings you down here?"]
  8. 8. ["Darlene grew two inches while you were away."]
  9. 9. ["It looks as if Bodecker's project has gotten completely out of hand."]
  10. 10. ["My secretary thinks you're very attractive for a woman your age."]
  11. 11. ["Bradshaw? I don't BEGIN to trust Bradshaw. He's a dove in hawk's clothing."]
  12. 12. ["So I said to myself, why should the fans be the only ones to have half-time entertainment?"]
  13. 13. ["You boys shouldn't just hang around the street like juvenile delinquents. You should have plans, ambitions, objectives. How about joining the mob?"]
  14. 14. ["But downstairs ... in the bar ... I thought you said you loved me ..."]
  15. 15. ["True, the parsonage is small and the remuneration meager, but the congregation should be the source of a best-selling novel."]
  16. 16. ["So the birds lay eggs, and all that jazz, and the little bumblebees help the flowers pollinate. Now run along, and for God's sake, don't get any more girls pregnant."]
  17. 17. ["The files are in alphabetical order, Miss Nordburg. You know—A, B, C, D, E, F ..."]
  18. 18. ["We're looking for something nice in the way of a get-sick card."]
  19. 19. ["The party should be breaking up any minute now. Shall we stay and watch?"]
  20. 20. ["... Each night I dream someone will come and take this love I have to offer."]
  21. 21. [Tattoo Doodles]
  22. 22. [Cut on Dotted Line in Desert]
  23. 23. [Opposites]
  24. 24. ["How much do you want for Boardwalk and Park Place?"]
  25. 25. ["I worked six hours on that soup."]
  26. 26. ["I say we must oppose the subversives in the market place of ideas; and only after failing to win there should we throw them in jail."]
  27. 27. ["Well, my gosh, Martha—you've been after me for years to take up some kind of hobby ..."]
  28. 28. ["Everything's OK, officer—we're settling out of court."]
  29. 29. ["You have a dirty mind; I like that in a man."]
  30. 30. ["It wants a window office ..."]
  31. 31. ["Hell—this looks like a radical little community!"]
  32. 32. ["Oops—sorry about that!"]
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