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Displaying 1 to 53 of 53 results matching your search for '"Bill Hoest"'.
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[STORY] ["Then, by Jove, a funny, fat little bloke in a red suit scampered up, waving his arms, shouting hysterically ..."] / 0.5 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#1 (January 1966))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v83#3 (March 1966))
[STORY] ["It's me, honey - I apologize."] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v83#5 (May 1966))
[STORY] ["Oh, come in, Marge. We were just talking about you."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#10 (October 1966))
[STORY] ["Well, my gosh, Martha—you've been after me for years to take up some kind of hobby ..."] / 0.4 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#11 (November 1966))
[STORY] Celebrity Childhoods / 4 pages (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #57 (December 1966))
[STORY] Camp Is Champ / 3 pages (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #58 (February 1967))
[STORY] Super Heroes Around the World / 4 pages (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #59 (April 1967))
[STORY] When Today's Animal Stars Begin to Fade! / 4 pages (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #61 (July 1967))
[STORY] Old Stars, Old Roles / 4 pages (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #63 (September 1967))
[STORY] [Stilts for Toddler] / 0.4 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#9 (September 1967))
[STORY] ["Prop man!"] / 0.4 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#10 (October 1967))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 3 pages (from US Groovy (Marvel, 1968 series) #1 (March 1968))
[STORY] ["Miss Gibson is out ... but we borrow from each other."] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#5 (May 1968))
[STORY] ["Last night I dreamed my wife was recalled to correct certain imperfections."] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#11 (November 1968))
[STORY] ["He didn't even notice."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#11 (November 1968))
[STORY] ["Excuse me, nurse. Can you tell me where my husband—Oh, never mind."] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v15#11 (November 1968))
[STORY] ["Actually ... I didn't really shoot him ..."] / 0.33 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v16#1 (January 1969))
[STORY] ["There, but for the grace of God ... go I."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v16#3 (March 1969))
[STORY] ["Of course I'll marry you, Harold ... I thought you'd never ask."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v16#4 (April 1969))
[STORY] ["What rhymes with fellatio?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#1 (January 1970))
[STORY] ["Can I help it if I'm crazy about venison?"] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#1 (January 1970))
[STORY] ["Pardon me, I'm looking for a consenting adult."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#2 (February 1970))
[STORY] ["Will you stop tail-gating!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#5 (May 1970))
[STORY] ["Oh, don't be worried Mr. Hadley ... we all have our little sexual hang-ups ..."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#5 (May 1970))
[STORY] ["Say, you must be the nymphomaniac George is always talking about."] / 0.4 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#5 (May 1970))
[STORY] ["Go get your own, Hadley!"] / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#6 (June 1970))
[STORY] ["When are you going to make me a star, Mr. Hotchkiss?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#7 (July 1970))
[STORY] More Teen Power / More Teen Power / 126 pages (from US More Teen Power (Pyramid Books, 1970 series) #X2331 (September 1970))
[STORY] [Not a Hippie] / 1 page (from US More Teen Power (Pyramid Books, 1970 series) #X2331 (September 1970))
[STORY] ["Hmmm...'Peter and the Purple Penis.' I don't know if we're quite ready for it yet."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#11 (November 1970))
[STORY] [Hypnotism Made Easy] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v17#12 (December 1970))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 0.5 pages (from ES Mortadelo (Editorial Bruguera, 1970 series) #5 (28 de diciembre de 1970))
[STORY] ["Now, wasn't that better than lumpy old porridge?"] / 0.25 pages (from US The Best from Playboy (Playboy Press, 1964 series) #5 (1971))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Armed Farces (Pyramid Books, 1971 series) #X2403 (1971))
[STORY] ["'The best laid schemes o' mice and men gang aft a-gley!'"] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#1 (January 1971))
[STORY] ["I'll tell you why I've had so many children ... I didn't know what to do!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#2 (February 1971))
[STORY] ["There's no sense looking ... Harry doesn't drink EITHER."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#4 (April 1971))
[STORY] ["Actually, I don't trust anyone over 36-24-26."] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#6 (June 1971))
[STORY] Old Stars, Old Roles / 4 pages (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #93 (July 1971))
[STORY] ["Better take your hand out ... This is my stop."] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#7 (July 1971))
[STORY] ["Say ... is it hot in here or is it just me?"] / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v18#8 (August 1971))
[STORY] ["Pardon me, I'm looking for a consenting adult."] / 0.25 pages (from US The Best from Playboy (Playboy Press, 1964 series) #7 (1973))
[STORY] [Ghosts, Monsters & Witches] / 126 pages (from US Ghosts, Monsters & Witches (Pyramid Books, 1973 series) #T3011 (February 1973))
[STORY] ["Hold it, Charlie! It was just a trash can in the alley!"] / 0.11 pages (from US True (Fawcett, 1937 series) #437 (October 1973))
[STORY] "What's the Garbage Doing on the Stove?" / The Lockhorns / 1 page (from US The Lockhorns "What's the Garbage Doing on the Stove?" (New American Library, 1975 series) #Q6327 (February 1975))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 39.75 pages (from US The Comics: An Illustrated History of Comic Strip Art (Berkley Books, 1976 series) (November 1976))
[STORY] Hoest Toasties / Hoest Toasties / 1 page (from US Hoest Toasties (Ace Books, 1978 series) #33980 (1978))
[STORY] Hoest Toasties / Hoest Toasties / 158 pages (from US Hoest Toasties (Ace Books, 1978 series) #33980 (1978))
[STORY] ["Sometimes I think you married me for my clothes!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v27#11 (November 1980))
[STORY] ["Oh, oh... Here comes my husband. Play dumb."] / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v31#2 (February 1984))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Lockhorns / 1 page (from US Classic Comics & Crosswords (Trader Publishing Company, 1991 series) #v1#5 (1991))
[STORY] ["Excuse me, miss. I wonder if you could settle..."] / 1 page (from US The Pin-Up Art of Humorama (Fantagraphics, 2011 series) (July 2011))

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