Playboy #v17#2
(February 1970)

Playboy, 1953 Series
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Volume
17
Price
1.00 USD
Pages
234
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

Headshot photo of Buck Brown in "Playbill" on page 3.

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.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Pencils
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Inks
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Colors
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
This wasn't the first time you've been saved from a dragon, was it?
Genre
humor; fantasy-supernatural
Synopsis
A knight gets his reward from an "experienced" princess.
Reprints
Keywords
dragon; knight; princess; sword

Indexer Notes

Page 79.

Artists & Models (Table of Contents: 2)

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

Genre
humor
Synopsis
Cartoons with artists and models as subjects.
Reprints
Keywords
abstract art; cigarettes; models; Modernist; nudes; painting; sculpture; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 91-93. Ten cartoons, seven with captions and three pantomime. One cartoon is based on "Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2," a 1912 painting by Marcel Duchamp.

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

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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
Seeking underwater delights?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A mermaid entices a snorkeler.
Keywords
mermaid; snorkeler

Indexer Notes

Page 119.

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

Vargas / cartoon / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Alberto Vargas [as Vargas] (signed, painting)
Inks
Alberto Vargas [as Vargas] (signed, painting)
Colors
Alberto Vargas [as Vargas] (signed, painting)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oh, yes, big round ones are really in now.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A reclining girl makes an observation about her rose-colored glasses.
Keywords
double-entendre; eyeglasses

Indexer Notes

Pages 130-131. A two-page pin-up.

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

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

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Do you think this will be as much fun back home in Indianapolis?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A newly-wed bride has a question on her honeymoon.
Keywords
bed; bride; groom; honeymoon; motel

Indexer Notes

Page 137.

[Head First] (Table of Contents: 6)

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Script
John Dempsey (signed)
Pencils
John Dempsey (signed)
Inks
John Dempsey (signed)
Colors
John Dempsey (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A hunter, whose walls are covered with trophies of horned beasts, prepares to use his head to butt a woman into bed.
Keywords
butting; horns; trophy hunter

Indexer Notes

Page 149.

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

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Script
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Pencils
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Inks
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Colors
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I've just got time for a quickie!
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A knight just takes off a small portion of his armor before bedding a damsel in a haystack.
Reprints
Keywords
armor; battle axe; haystack; horse; knight

Indexer Notes

Page 161.

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

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Script
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Pencils
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Inks
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Colors
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Instrument failure. I had to bring her in by the seat of my pants.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A pilot makes an understatement after landing a huge jet airliner without instruments.
Reprints
Keywords
airliner; jet; pilot; slang

Indexer Notes

Page 164.

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

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

First Line of Dialogue or Text
First of all, who gave you permission to start a glee club?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A dungeon-master confronts five prisoners who are singing in their cell.
Keywords
cat-o-nine tails; dungeon; singing; whip

Indexer Notes

Page 166.

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

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Script
William Hamilton [as Wm Hamilton] (signed)
Pencils
William Hamilton [as Wm Hamilton] (signed)
Inks
William Hamilton [as Wm Hamilton] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Alice—would you please go tell Mrs. Starkweather that Miss Pennie is back from San Francisco State?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A well-to-do man sits in a deck chair, noting that his daughter has returned home from college, frolicking naked and accompanied by two guitar-playing hippies.
Keywords
college; counterculture; guitars; hippies; nude; wealthy

Indexer Notes

Page 167.

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

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Script
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Pencils
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Inks
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
They're not supposed to be able to do that.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Tropical natives, sitting on an elevated hut over water, are dismayed when alligators climb up the poles holding the hut up.
Reprints
Keywords
alligators; hut; tropical

Indexer Notes

Page 172.

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

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Script
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Pencils
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Inks
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You've had your little fling in suburbia, Norma. Isn't it time you came back to the East Village and lived like a normal, decent human being.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man from New York tries to get his wife to come back from the suburbs.
Keywords
cocktail; East Village; New York; suburbs

Indexer Notes

Page 173.

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

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Script
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Pencils
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Inks
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Colors
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
My God! My husband!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A fat lady in the circus is caught in bed with the human skeleton by the woman's husband, a very short man.
Reprints
Keywords
adultery; circus; fat lady; human skeleton; midget

Indexer Notes

Page 174.

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

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Script
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Pencils
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Inks
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
My God—I've forgotten the number of my Swiss bank account!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A third-world dictator escapes from a mob in a helicopter, but might have trouble accessing his stolen wealth.
Reprints
Keywords
dictator; helicopter; machine gun; mob

Indexer Notes

Page 176.

[Shadow Sex] (Table of Contents: 15)

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Script
B Kliban (signed)
Pencils
B Kliban (signed)
Inks
B Kliban (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man manipulates his hands so they throw a shadow of a couple having sex.
Reprints
Keywords
shadow

Indexer Notes

Page 177. A pantomime cartoon.

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

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Script
Bruce Cochran [as Cochran!] (signed)
Pencils
Bruce Cochran [as Cochran!] (signed)
Inks
Bruce Cochran [as Cochran!] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
In a place called Chicago ... there's a man who lives in a mansion full of beautiful women and wears pajamas all the time. Sit at his feet and learn from him, for he has found the secret of true happiness.
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
A guru at the top of a mountain advises a man to see Hugh Hefner for the secret of true happiness.
Reprints
Keywords
guru; mountain; philosophy

Indexer Notes

Page 179. Hefner is not named, but the description can only fit one man.

[Curiosity Killer] (Table of Contents: 17)

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Script
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)
Pencils
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)
Inks
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)
Colors
Claude Smith [as Claude] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
Neighbors on adjoining apartment buildings have balconies facing each other. The man on one puts partitions around his balcony, leaving just a peephole to see in. The man in the other balcony tries to see in the peephole, but falls off. The first man then takes down the partitions and flirts with the fallen man's wife.
Keywords
apartments; balcony; cigarettes; curiosity; smoking

Indexer Notes

Pages 180-181. A twelve-panel pantomime story.

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

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Script
Donald Reilly (signed)
Pencils
Donald Reilly (signed)
Inks
Donald Reilly (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
As your physician, I must advise you against holding out for a Republican heart.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man is in the hospital for a heart transplant, but only wants a Republican one.
Keywords
doctor; heart; hospital; Republican; transplant

Indexer Notes

Page 183.

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

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Script
Brian Savage (signed)
Pencils
Brian Savage (signed)
Inks
Brian Savage (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
My God, Ned, couldn't you wait until the Friday night party?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A husband finds a friend naked in his bedroom closet. He can't understand why the man didn't wait until the weekend wife-swapping party.
Keywords
adultery; closet; wife-swapping

Indexer Notes

Page 184.

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

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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
Group A, which is on the pill, seems definitely better adjusted than Group B, which is still on condoms.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two scientists do a birth control experiment with rats.
Reprints
Keywords
birth control; experiment; rats; scientists

Indexer Notes

Page 186.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 21)

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Script
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Pencils
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Inks
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Colors
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I'm worried about Doodle, sir. He keeps sticking a feather in his hat and calling 'Macaroni.'
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
In a Revolutionary War camp, an aide tells the commander he's worried about one of the soldiers.
Keywords
campfire; Revolutionary War; rifles; snow; song; Yankee Doodle

Indexer Notes

Page 189. Punchline is based on the lyrics to "Yankee Doodle."

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 22)

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Script
John Dempsey (signed)
Pencils
John Dempsey (signed)
Inks
John Dempsey (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
We just adore animals, too.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two wealthy couples walking their dogs meet on the street. All are wearing expensive fur coats and hats, while talking of their love of animals.
Keywords
dogs; fur coats; pipe; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 190.

[Leda's Rival] (Table of Contents: 23)

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Script
B Kliban (signed)
Pencils
B Kliban (signed)
Inks
B Kliban (signed)

Genre
humor; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Leda
Synopsis
Leda is concerned when her swan lover has wandering eyes for a passing swan.
Keywords
Greek myth; swan

Indexer Notes

Page 192. Based on the Greek myth "Leda and the Swan."

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

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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
Pardon me, I'm looking for a consenting adult.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man at a bar comes up with a new pick-up line when he approaches two women.
Reprints
Keywords
bar

Indexer Notes

Page 193.

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

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Script
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Pencils
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Inks
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Buckminster WHO?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
An Eskimo building an igloo hasn't heard of Buckminster Fuller and his geodesic domes.
Keywords
Eskimo; geodesic dome; igloo; snow

Indexer Notes

Page 194.

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

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Script
? [as Michaud] (signed)
Pencils
? [as Michaud] (signed)
Inks
? [as Michaud] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You will meet a tall, dark chest man.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A fortune teller makes a prediction to a very buxom woman.
Keywords
crystal ball; fortune teller

Indexer Notes

Page 196. Signature is unclear.

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

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

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Ah! It's good to be home, surrounded by those who love you.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A policeman settles in a chair in his apartment, ignored by his wife, who's reading a magazine, and his children, who are watching television.
Reprints
Keywords
apartment; magazine; police; television

Indexer Notes

Page 197.

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

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Script
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Pencils
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Inks
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Damn it, how long does the grass have to be?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man uses a yardstick to measure the height of the grass before starting a love-making session.
Keywords
grass; yardstick

Indexer Notes

Page 198.

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

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

First Line of Dialogue or Text
All right, young man, you want to marry our daughter because you 'dig her bod.' Now, can you give us any other reason?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man asks a girl's parents for permission to marry her, but they aren't satisfied with his reason.
Keywords
proposal; slang

Indexer Notes

Page 199.

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

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Script
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Pencils
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Inks
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
How's this? 'Two young bachelors marooned on a tropical island, longitude and latitude approximately one hundred fifty-two degrees west by sixteen degrees south, desire company of two young women. Swingers only need reply. Photos not necessary.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two men stranded on a desert island compose a personals ad for their message in a bottle.
Keywords
bottle; desert island; palm trees; personal ad

Indexer Notes

Page 201.

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

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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
A girl like you shouldn't be hustling in a joint like this. You ought to become a callgirl.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man in a bar tells a girl she should aim for a more wealthy clientele.
Reprints
Keywords
bar; prostitute

Indexer Notes

Page 202.

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

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Script
Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
Pencils
Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
Inks
Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
They allow me violence, but they won't allow me sex.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two boys watching television reflect on their parents' contradictory messages.
Keywords
television

Indexer Notes

Page 203.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 33)

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Script
Don Orehek (signed)
Pencils
Don Orehek (signed)
Inks
Don Orehek (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Thank you again, sir ... Now, will you go on with your order!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A customer keeps complimenting a topless waitress on her breasts.
Keywords
topless; waitress

Indexer Notes

Page 204.

Luncheon on the Grass (Table of Contents: 34)

The Playboy Art Gallery / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Beamon (credited)
Pencils
Jim Beamon (credited, painting)
Inks
Jim Beamon (credited, painting)
Colors
Jim Beamon (credited, painting)
Letters
typeset

Genre
satire-parody
Synopsis
A redrawing of Édouard Manet's "The Luncheon on the Grass" (1863) with the characters playing strip poker.
Keywords
19th Century; painting; picnic; poker

Indexer Notes

Page 207. Pretty much a duplicate of the original, except two figures hold playing cards in their hands.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 35)

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Script
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Pencils
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Inks
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You're a nice man to visit, Brian, but I wouldn't want to live with you.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
After a romantic interlude, a woman gets dressed, while the man smokes a cigarette in bed.
Reprints
Keywords
bed; cigarette; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 208. Punchline is a variant on "It's a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there."

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 36)

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Script
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Pencils
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Inks
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Colors
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Marie, go to the front door and see if that damned light's gone out.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A brothel doesn't have any customers.
Keywords
brothel; red light

Indexer Notes

Page 211. Brothels were often identified by a red light above the front door.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 37)

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Charles Rodrigues [as Rodrigues] (signed)
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Charles Rodrigues [as Rodrigues] (signed)
Inks
Charles Rodrigues [as Rodrigues] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Regan, call headquarters and tell them we've got a jurisdictional dispute here ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Leaders from the "League for Moral Uplift" and the "Animal Humane Society" fight to see who gets to make the police shut down a theater featuring an act with a woman and an ape.
Keywords
police

Indexer Notes

Page 212.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 38)

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

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Professor Zlata! You're just in time to be the planet Neptune!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Scientists pretend they're planets for an experiment.
Reprints
Keywords
globe; planets; scientists

Indexer Notes

Page 215.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 39)

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Script
Brian Savage (signed)
Pencils
Brian Savage (signed)
Inks
Brian Savage (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
We're living in a sick society where the traditional values have before practically worthless ... the pound, the franc, the dollar ...
Genre
humor; religious
Synopsis
A pastor talks to a visitor and laments the loss of value of currencies.
Keywords
church; money; pastor

Indexer Notes

Page 216.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 40)

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Script
Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
Pencils
Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
Inks
Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
But, baby—what could be more natural than cowboys and Indians?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A cowboy makes a play for a reluctant Indian girl.
Keywords
cowboy; Indian

Indexer Notes

Page 217.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 41)

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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
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Hold It! You didn't find the napkin you dropped—you found my dress!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
In a booth at an exclusive restaurant, a man drops his napkin, but accidentally picks up the hem of his date's white dress, pulling it down and leaving her breasts exposed.
Reprints
Keywords
breasts; napkin; restaurant

Indexer Notes

Page 219.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 42)

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Script
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
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Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
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Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Speaking of old wives' 'tails' ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two old men, sitting on a park bench playing checkers, watch an older lady in tight pants walk by.
Reprints
Keywords
bench; checkers; elderly; park; slang

Indexer Notes

Page 220.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 43)

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Script
Mort Gerberg (signed)
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Mort Gerberg (signed)
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Mort Gerberg (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
For the record, just make it five ayes and one nay.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
At a board of director's meeting, one member shows his displeasure with a motion by giving the others a middle finger gesture.
Reprints
Keywords
board of directors; middle finger; vulgar

Indexer Notes

Page 221.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 44)

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John Dempsey (signed)
Pencils
John Dempsey (signed)
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John Dempsey (signed)
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John Dempsey (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Even if you weren't such a great stud, Mr. Glutz, I'd still regard you as a wonderful human being.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
After an outdoor evening love-making session, a woman compliments the man, who is making a mixed drink.
Keywords
liquor; sex; swimming pool

Indexer Notes

Page 223.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 45)

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Bob Zahn (signed)
Pencils
Bob Zahn (signed)
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Bob Zahn (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You've been avoiding me lately, Harold ... Is it my breath?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
An obviously pregnant and clueless teen girl asks a boy why he's been avoiding her.
Reprints
Keywords
pregnant; teen

Indexer Notes

Page 224.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 46)

cartoon / 0.3 page (report information)

Script
Don Orehek (signed)
Pencils
Don Orehek (signed)
Inks
Don Orehek (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I'll have to say goodbye, Marge. Frank will be home any second and he likes to unwind immediately.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A wife is lying nude on the couch, waiting for her husband to come home from work.
Keywords
cigarette; couch; nude; smoking; telephone

Indexer Notes

Page 226.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 47)

cartoon / 0.25 page (report information)

Script
Dennis Renault [as Renault] (signed)
Pencils
Dennis Renault [as Renault] (signed)
Inks
Dennis Renault [as Renault] (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now try it for pickup.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A used car salesman has a man out for a test drive in a convertible. He gives a suggestion that could be appropriate for either the car's acceleration or for getting the attention of the attractive blonde walking on the sidewalk beside it.
Keywords
blonde; convertible; used car

Indexer Notes

Page 227.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 48)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Colors
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Good news, everyone! Granny is rallying!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
The "Dirty Old Lady" is sick, but is well enough to grab the doctor's head and force it into her bosom.
Reprints
Keywords
doctor; illness; quilt

Indexer Notes

Page 229. Part of the "Dirty Old Lady" series.

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. ["This wasn't the first time you've been saved from a dragon, was it?"]
  2. 2. Artists & Models
  3. 3. ["Seeking underwater delights?"]
  4. 4. ["Oh, yes, big round ones are really in now."]
    Vargas
  5. 5. ["Do you think this will be as much fun back home in Indianapolis?"]
  6. 6. [Head First]
  7. 7. ["I've just got time for a quickie!"]
  8. 8. ["Instrument failure. I had to bring her in by the seat of my pants."]
  9. 9. ["First of all, who gave you permission to start a glee club?"]
  10. 10. ["Alice—would you please go tell Mrs. Starkweather that Miss Pennie is back from San Francisco State?"]
  11. 11. ["They're not supposed to be able to do that."]
  12. 12. ["You've had your little fling in suburbia, Norma. Isn't it time you came back to the East Village and lived like a normal, decent human being."]
  13. 13. ["My God! My husband!"]
  14. 14. ["My God—I've forgotten the number of my Swiss bank account!"]
  15. 15. [Shadow Sex]
  16. 16. ["In a place called Chicago ... there's a man who lives in a mansion full of beautiful women and wears pajamas all the time. Sit at his feet and learn from him, for he has found the secret of true happiness."]
  17. 17. [Curiosity Killer]
  18. 18. ["As your physician, I must advise you against holding out for a Republican heart."]
  19. 19. ["My God, Ned, couldn't you wait until the Friday night party?"]
  20. 20. ["Group A, which is on the pill, seems definitely better adjusted than Group B, which is still on condoms."]
  21. 21. ["I'm worried about Doodle, sir. He keeps sticking a feather in his hat and calling 'Macaroni.'"]
  22. 22. ["We just adore animals, too."]
  23. 23. [Leda's Rival]
  24. 24. ["Pardon me, I'm looking for a consenting adult."]
  25. 25. ["Buckminster WHO?"]
  26. 26. ["You will meet a tall, dark chest man."]
  27. 27. ["Ah! It's good to be home, surrounded by those who love you."]
  28. 28. ["Damn it, how long does the grass have to be?"]
  29. 29. ["All right, young man, you want to marry our daughter because you 'dig her bod.' Now, can you give us any other reason?"]
  30. 30. ["How's this? 'Two young bachelors marooned on a tropical island, longitude and latitude approximately one hundred fifty-two degrees west by sixteen degrees south, desire company of two young women. Swingers only need reply. Photos not necessary."]
  31. 31. ["A girl like you shouldn't be hustling in a joint like this. You ought to become a callgirl."]
  32. 32. ["They allow me violence, but they won't allow me sex."]
  33. 33. ["Thank you again, sir ... Now, will you go on with your order!"]
  34. 34. Luncheon on the Grass
    The Playboy Art Gallery
  35. 35. ["You're a nice man to visit, Brian, but I wouldn't want to live with you."]
  36. 36. ["Marie, go to the front door and see if that damned light's gone out."]
  37. 37. ["Regan, call headquarters and tell them we've got a jurisdictional dispute here ..."]
  38. 38. ["Professor Zlata! You're just in time to be the planet Neptune!"]
  39. 39. ["We're living in a sick society where the traditional values have before practically worthless ... the pound, the franc, the dollar ..."]
  40. 40. ["But, baby—what could be more natural than cowboys and Indians?"]
  41. 41. ["Hold It! You didn't find the napkin you dropped—you found my dress!"]
  42. 42. ["Speaking of old wives' 'tails' ..."]
  43. 43. ["For the record, just make it five ayes and one nay."]
  44. 44. ["Even if you weren't such a great stud, Mr. Glutz, I'd still regard you as a wonderful human being."]
  45. 45. ["You've been avoiding me lately, Harold ... Is it my breath?"]
  46. 46. ["I'll have to say goodbye, Marge. Frank will be home any second and he likes to unwind immediately."]
  47. 47. ["Now try it for pickup."]
  48. 48. ["Good news, everyone! Granny is rallying!"]
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  • Luther Weaver
  • Steven Samuels