Playboy #v17#5
(May 1970)

Playboy, 1953 Series
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Volume
17
Price
1.00 USD
Pages
254
Indicia Frequency
monthly
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
HMH Publishing Co., Inc.
Editing
Hugh M. Hefner (editor, publisher); A. C. Spectorsky (associate publisher, editorial director)

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)

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Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
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Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
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Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
How about it, J. B.? Miss Band-Aid of 1970.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
An ad man makes a pitch for a campaign based on a nude woman with strategic spots covered with band-aids.
Reprints
Keywords
advertising; Band-Aid

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Page 93

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Ze Kaiser's mistress is flat-chested!
Genre
humor; historical; war
Synopsis
In the middle of a multi-plane World War I dogfight, a French pilot insults a German one.
Reprints
Keywords
bi-plane; dogfight; France; Germany; World War I

Indexer Notes

Page 103.

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

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Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
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Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
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Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
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Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
The love is free, the sex will cost ten bucks.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A college girl brings a fellow demonstrator back to her room, but there's a catch.
Keywords
college; counterculture; demonstration; free love; prostitution

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Page 113.

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

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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Giddap, damn it!
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
A nude woman on horseback (apparently Lady Godiva) can't get the horse to stop admiring her form.
Reprints
Keywords
horse; nude

Indexer Notes

Page 119.

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

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Dink Siegel (signed)
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Dink Siegel (signed)
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Dink Siegel (signed)
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Dink Siegel (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I guess this pretty well blows your 'sweet sixteen and never been kissed' theory all to hell.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Parents are shocked when they come home to find their daughter's 16th birthday party has turned into a wild orgy.
Reprints
Keywords
birthday; nude; party; teen; under-age

Indexer Notes

Page 129.

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

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Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
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Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
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Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
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Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
And I suppose this is where he rests between inspirations.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
An artists holds a showing of his abstract nudes in his gallery, which includes a bed.
Keywords
bed; modern art; nudes

Indexer Notes

Page 147.

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

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Gahan Wilson (signed)
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Gahan Wilson (signed)
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Gahan Wilson (signed)
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Gahan Wilson (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Who hired this clown?
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A clumsy executioner causes collateral damage with his axe.
Reprints
Keywords
axe; beheading; executioner

Indexer Notes

Page 163.

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

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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Wait fifteen minutes, the meter will expire, then you can bust us for illegal parking, too!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A policeman looks at a couple engaged in amorous activity in the back seat of a convertible with the top down.
Keywords
convertible; parking meter; police

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Page 169.

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

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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
There ought to be a law to make you young girls wear brassieres.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man drives his car into a pole when he's distracted by young girls.
Reprints
Keywords
automobile accident; bras

Indexer Notes

Page 172.

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

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E. Simms Campbell (signed)
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E. Simms Campbell (signed)
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E. Simms Campbell (signed)
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E. Simms Campbell (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
And when you move up to the executive suites, will you put in a good word for me?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
In a reverse of the traditional roles, a man in bed with a woman asks her for help with his career.
Keywords
career

Indexer Notes

Page 174.

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

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Malcolm Hancock [as Mal] (signed)
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Malcolm Hancock [as Mal] (signed)
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Malcolm Hancock [as Mal] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
My parents would die if they knew I was involved with a rhinoceros.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman is in love with a rhinoceros.
Reprints
Keywords
rhinoceros

Indexer Notes

Page 176.

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

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Alden Erikson [as A Erikson] (signed)
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Alden Erikson [as A Erikson] (signed)
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Alden Erikson [as A Erikson] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Just a reminder to tune in next week, when another prominent Washington wheeler-dealer makes an ass of himself.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
The host for a television political interview show is a little too upfront.
Keywords
politicians; television broadcasting; TV

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Page 178.

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Bruce Cochran [as Cochran!] (signed)
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Bruce Cochran [as Cochran!] (signed)
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Bruce Cochran [as Cochran!] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
When you asked for a three-day pass, Dombrowsky, I assumed that you wanted to GO somewhere!
Genre
humor; military
Synopsis
A sergeant doesn't know what to do with a soldier who spends his leave with a woman in his bunk, drinking beer.
Keywords
Army; barracks; beer; bunk

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Page 179.

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

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Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
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Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
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Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
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Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Bidwell, when a man works 35 years for Krepton Industries, we don't give him a lousy gold pin.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A company head shows an underling into a a room where a woman in a negligee is waiting on a couch.

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Page 183.

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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
MRS. Portnoy?
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
A woman goes to the complaint department of a store.
Keywords
complaint

Indexer Notes

Page 186. Punchline is a play on the 1969 novel "Portnoy's Complaint" by Philip Roth.

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

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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
What a glorious sunset, eh? And you complain about the kind of world I've given you.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man takes credit for something he didn't have anything to do with.
Reprints
Keywords
counterculture; generation gap; sunset

Indexer Notes

Page 189.

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

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Virgil Partch [as VIP] (signed)
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Virgil Partch [as VIP] (signed)
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Virgil Partch [as VIP] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I don't think you're dying of thirst at all, you dirty old man!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A grizzled old man is chasing a blonde in short dress and high heels across the desert.
Reprints
Keywords
desert; high heels

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Page 195.

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

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Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
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Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
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Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
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Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
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I meant it was stuck and I wanted it UP, not stuck and I wanted it DOWN!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A bellboy makes a mistake when helping a woman with the zipper on the back of her dress.
Keywords
zipper

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Page 199.

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

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Lee Lorenz [as Lorenz] (signed)
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Lee Lorenz [as Lorenz] (signed)
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Lee Lorenz [as Lorenz] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Boy, I sure don't look forward to rejecting THEIR values.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two young boys watch their parents cuddle and drink beer while watching television.
Reprints
Keywords
beer; generation gap; television

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Page 200.

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Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
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Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
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Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Ammo.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A shifty-looking character comes into an office that advertises "Money Loaned for Any Purpose" and has a blunt request.
Keywords
ammunition; loans

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Page 202.

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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Just a minute, how come we're always looking for a WHITE whale!?
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
The only black oarsman of a whaling harpoon boat wonders why they only look for a white whale?
Keywords
harpoons; Moby Dick; oars; racism; whaling

Indexer Notes

Page 203. Parody of Captain Ahab and his quest in Herman Melville's 1851 novel "Moby Dick."

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Donald Reilly (signed)
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Donald Reilly (signed)
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Donald Reilly (signed)
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Damn it, Fennelman, for the last time—the people from the Pentagon will NOT want to see it samba!
Genre
humor; military
Synopsis
A military scientist makes a large four-legged vehicle that can dance.
Keywords
dance; invention; military; samba

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Page 206.

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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Will you stop tail-gating!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman in line to see movies at a nudist camp complains that the man behind her is following too closely.
Keywords
nudists

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Page 207.

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Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
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Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
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Robert Censoni [as Censoni] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
It's not very romantic yelling out 'Position number two! Position number four!'
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman complains her partner is not very romantic in bed.

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Page 208.

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Don Orehek (signed)
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Don Orehek (signed)
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Don Orehek (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I hope you're charging more than one dollar for that, Miss Collins!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman manning a kissing booth at a church bazaar is providing some extras.
Reprints
Keywords
church bazaar; kissing booth; pastor

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Page 210.

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Bill Lee (signed)
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Bill Lee (signed)
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Bill Lee (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
My balls are killing me.
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
Two men are chained by their wrists to the wall of a dungeon. Iron balls are shackled to their ankles, with no support.
Reprints
Keywords
chains; double-entendre; dungeon; torture

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Page 212.

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

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George Booth [as Booth] (signed)
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George Booth [as Booth] (signed)
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George Booth [as Booth] (signed)
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Sanford has gradually become good-humored about the pussies.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man sits on the floor with a dazed look, as his wife talks to a visitor. There are two dozen cats scattered around the room.
Reprints
Keywords
cats; insanity; staircase

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Page 213.

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

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Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
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Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
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Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
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Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now, child, didn't that cure those nasty old hiccups?
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
In an apparent 19th century scenario, a man is in an orate brass bed with an under-aged girl.
Keywords
19th century; brass bed; candle; hiccups; under-aged

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Page 215.

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

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Marty Murphy (signed)
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Marty Murphy (signed)
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Marty Murphy (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
When you said you liked a little 'eye-opener' in the morning, I assumed you meant you were a drinking man.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man wants some action in bed as the sun rises over the street outside.
Keywords
bed; double-entendre; sunrise

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Page 216.

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

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B Kliban (signed)
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B Kliban (signed)
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B Kliban (signed)
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B Kliban (signed)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
'Rape! Rape!' 'No, silly, it's strawberry!'
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man has ravished a woman, and is now spreading strawberry jam on her thigh.
Keywords
rape; strawberry jam

Indexer Notes

Page 217. Dialogue is in two hand-lettered word balloons.

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George Dole (signed)
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George Dole (signed)
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George Dole (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Violence! Unrest! Predictions of more disturbances! And that was only the weather report!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man and his wife are disturbed by the weather report on television.
Keywords
demonstrations; television

Indexer Notes

Page 220.

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

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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oh, don't be worried Mr. Hadley ... we all have our little sexual hang-ups ...
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman undresses for bed. Her bed partner holds a Minnie Mouse mask that he apparently wants her to wear for sex.
Keywords
fetish; mask

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Page 221.

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

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Donald Reilly (signed)
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Donald Reilly (signed)
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Donald Reilly (signed)
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It was there, in the mud and rain at Woodstock, as we shared a joint and you offered me some of your cornflakes, that I knew I wanted you to be the mother of my children.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A counterculture man has an unusual reason for proposing to a woman.
Keywords
counterculture; marijuana; proposal; Woodstock

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Page 222.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 34)

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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Number six is strictly a mudder.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two racetrack touts watch the horses parade to the starting line. Number six is an alligator.
Reprints
Keywords
alligator; gambling; horse race; jockey

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Page 225.

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

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John Ruge [as Ruge] (signed)
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John Ruge [as Ruge] (signed)
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John Ruge [as Ruge] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now the whole point of this next scene is that we're satirizing the advertising business and the Madison Avenue crowd!
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
A movie director explains the concept of the next scene to a woman, who's clad only in a collar and tie and a vest.
Keywords
actress; director; movie-making; tie; vest

Indexer Notes

Page 226. Satire of movie-makers who claimed social content, when all they wanted was to film nearly nude women.

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Cliff Roberts (signed)
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Cliff Roberts (signed)
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Cliff Roberts (signed)
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Do you spell your name A-l-l-E-n or A-l-l-A-n ... ?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man on a desert island is carving a heart into the trunk of a palm tree and wants to know the proper spelling of the name of the other man on the island.
Keywords
desert island; homosexual; knife; palm tree

Indexer Notes

Page 228.

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

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John Dempsey (signed)
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John Dempsey (signed)
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John Dempsey (signed)
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Y'know, Dave, if you had a good golf swing, you'd have everything.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man has an expensive house with a swimming pool and a beautiful female companion, but his friends still razz him about his golf game.
Keywords
golf cart; golf course; swimming pool; teasing

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Page 231.

The Sign Painter (Table of Contents: 38)

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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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Buck Brown (signed)
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Genre
humor
Synopsis
A billboard artist draws a crowd when he appears to be drawing a nude woman, but his audience disappears when he finishes the drawing of a dog advertising dog food.
Reprints
Keywords
billboard

Indexer Notes

Page 233. A six-panel pantomime story.

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Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
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Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
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Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I have this fantastic group tour for your wife-swapping club where you can change twenty-three partners in seventeen cities in fourteen days.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A travel agent has an unusual travel plan.
Keywords
travel agent; wife-swapping

Indexer Notes

Page 234.

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

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Brian Savage (signed)
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Brian Savage (signed)
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Brian Savage (signed)
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Good morning, Fred!!!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A group of back-biting vice-presidents make sure that the head of the company knows that another vice-president is late to work.
Keywords
back-biting; executives

Indexer Notes

Page 235.

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

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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Say, you must be the nymphomaniac George is always talking about.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man makes a blunder when making conversation with a friend's date.
Reprints
Keywords
cigarette holder; conversation; nymphomaniac; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 236.

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

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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You think I don't understand what real hunger is? I'm only allowed cottage cheese and fruit salad.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
An executive doesn't have much sympathy for a pan-handler.
Reprints
Keywords
begging; diet; executive

Indexer Notes

Page 237.

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

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Dennis Renault [as Renault] (signed)
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Dennis Renault [as Renault] (signed)
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Dennis Renault [as Renault] (signed)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
He doesn't grab me anymore!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two cavewomen are talking about a passing caveman with a club.
Keywords
caveman; club; double-entendre; slang

Indexer Notes

Page 239.

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

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John Dempsey (signed)
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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
Yes, we do have a lot in common, Miss Freebish, but let's face it—where it really counts, we're really quite different ... !
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A nude man talking to a buxom nude woman makes a statement that could be taken in various ways.
Reprints
Keywords
nudists; pipe; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 241. Part of "Nudist Camp" series.

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Leo Garel (signed)
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Leo Garel (signed)
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Leo Garel (signed)
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Things didn't go well with my therapy group this session.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A wife is surprised to see her husband come home from his therapy group with a black eye and torn clothes.
Keywords
black eye; kitchen; therapy

Indexer Notes

Page 242.

[Nudist Therapy] (Table of Contents: 46)

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Harvey Kurtzman (credited)
Pencils
Will Elder (painting)
Inks
Will Elder (painting)
Colors
Will Elder (painting)
Letters
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Genre
satire-parody
Characters
Annie Fanny; Wanda Homefree; Whistler's mother (cameo); Dick Tracy (cameo); Jiggs (cameo)
Synopsis
Spoof of nude therapy workshops.
Reprints
Keywords
adult; nudity; swimming pool; therapy

Indexer Notes

Pages 245-249. Credits read "by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder." Title from Kurtzman's records.

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. ["How about it, J. B.? Miss Band-Aid of 1970."]
  2. 2. ["Ze Kaiser's mistress is flat-chested!"]
  3. 3. ["The love is free, the sex will cost ten bucks."]
  4. 4. ["Giddap, damn it!"]
  5. 5. ["I guess this pretty well blows your 'sweet sixteen and never been kissed' theory all to hell."]
  6. 6. ["And I suppose this is where he rests between inspirations."]
  7. 7. ["Who hired this clown?"]
  8. 8. ["Wait fifteen minutes, the meter will expire, then you can bust us for illegal parking, too!"]
  9. 9. ["There ought to be a law to make you young girls wear brassieres."]
  10. 10. ["And when you move up to the executive suites, will you put in a good word for me?"]
  11. 11. ["My parents would die if they knew I was involved with a rhinoceros."]
  12. 12. ["Just a reminder to tune in next week, when another prominent Washington wheeler-dealer makes an ass of himself."]
  13. 13. ["When you asked for a three-day pass, Dombrowsky, I assumed that you wanted to GO somewhere!"]
  14. 14. ["Bidwell, when a man works 35 years for Krepton Industries, we don't give him a lousy gold pin."]
  15. 15. ["MRS. Portnoy?"]
  16. 16. ["What a glorious sunset, eh? And you complain about the kind of world I've given you."]
  17. 17. ["I don't think you're dying of thirst at all, you dirty old man!"]
  18. 18. ["I meant it was stuck and I wanted it UP, not stuck and I wanted it DOWN!"]
  19. 19. ["Boy, I sure don't look forward to rejecting THEIR values."]
  20. 20. ["Ammo."]
  21. 21. ["Just a minute, how come we're always looking for a WHITE whale!?"]
  22. 22. ["Damn it, Fennelman, for the last time—the people from the Pentagon will NOT want to see it samba!"]
  23. 23. ["Will you stop tail-gating!"]
  24. 24. ["It's not very romantic yelling out 'Position number two! Position number four!'"]
  25. 25. ["I hope you're charging more than one dollar for that, Miss Collins!"]
  26. 26. ["My balls are killing me."]
  27. 27. ["Sanford has gradually become good-humored about the pussies."]
  28. 28. ["Now, child, didn't that cure those nasty old hiccups?"]
  29. 29. ["When you said you liked a little 'eye-opener' in the morning, I assumed you meant you were a drinking man."]
  30. 30. ["'Rape! Rape!' 'No, silly, it's strawberry!'"]
  31. 31. ["Violence! Unrest! Predictions of more disturbances! And that was only the weather report!"]
  32. 32. ["Oh, don't be worried Mr. Hadley ... we all have our little sexual hang-ups ..."]
  33. 33. ["It was there, in the mud and rain at Woodstock, as we shared a joint and you offered me some of your cornflakes, that I knew I wanted you to be the mother of my children."]
  34. 34. ["Number six is strictly a mudder."]
  35. 35. ["Now the whole point of this next scene is that we're satirizing the advertising business and the Madison Avenue crowd!"]
  36. 36. ["Do you spell your name A-l-l-E-n or A-l-l-A-n ... ?"]
  37. 37. ["Y'know, Dave, if you had a good golf swing, you'd have everything."]
  38. 38. The Sign Painter
  39. 39. ["I have this fantastic group tour for your wife-swapping club where you can change twenty-three partners in seventeen cities in fourteen days."]
  40. 40. ["Good morning, Fred!!!"]
  41. 41. ["Say, you must be the nymphomaniac George is always talking about."]
  42. 42. ["You think I don't understand what real hunger is? I'm only allowed cottage cheese and fruit salad."]
  43. 43. ["He doesn't grab me anymore!"]
  44. 44. ["Yes, we do have a lot in common, Miss Freebish, but let's face it—where it really counts, we're really quite different ... !"]
  45. 45. ["Things didn't go well with my therapy group this session."]
  46. 46. [Nudist Therapy]
    Little Annie Fanny
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