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[STORY] [Modern Cartoon] / comic story / 35 pages (from US Walter T. Foster "How to Draw" Books (Walter T. Foster, 1950 series) #24 ([1950?]))
[STORY] ["On Watkins! The old spirit!"] / Vive le Sport / cartoon / 2 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #67 (Summer 1953))
[STORY] Domesticated Animals / cartoon / 2 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #68 (Fall 1953))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Mum's the Word / cartoon / 2 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #69 (Winter 1954))
[STORY] ["Oh, yes, the wife says a large-size bottle of meat tenderizer"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v133#5 (March 5, 1954))
[STORY] ["Without thinking, we grabbed it for two weeks"] / Vacation Daze / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #71 (August-October 1954))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #71 (August-October 1954))
[STORY] ["It's me! It's me! Don't you recognize your own car, stupid?"] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #71 (August-October 1954))
[STORY] ["No, you're right there; she doesn't take the bumps"] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US 1000 Jokes (Dell, 1939 series) #71 (August-October 1954))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Marshall Who Got Outdrawn / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #27 (April 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Musketeer Who Failed To Get The Girl / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #27 (April 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Woodsman Who Failed To Save the Girl / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #27 (April 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Fighter Who Didn't Rally / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #27 (April 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Runaway Stagecoach / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #29 (September 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: Escaping The Cannibals / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #29 (September 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Day of The Big Race / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #29 (September 1956))
[STORY] ["Say, Frank, can you lend me twenty bucks?"] / comic story / 1 page (from US For Laughing Out Loud (Dell, 1956 series) #1 (October-December Winter 1956))
[STORY] ["Pst - wrong door, Mr. Graham."] / cartoon / 0.35 pages (from US For Laughing Out Loud (Dell, 1956 series) #1 (October-December Winter 1956))
[STORY] ["I'm closing for the season."] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US For Laughing Out Loud (Dell, 1956 series) #1 (October-December Winter 1956))
[STORY] ["If I had known what we were saving for in our old age, I never would have helped!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#15 (October 13, 1956))
[STORY] ["Tireless campaigner, this man..."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#15 (October 13, 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Gladiator and the Empress / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #30 (November-December 1956))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: One Against Four / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad (EC, 1952 series) #31 (February 1957))
[STORY] The Marine Who Didn't Hold Off An Army / Movie Scenes We'd Enjoy Seeing / cartoon / 1 page (from US Trump (Playboy Press, 1957 series) #2 (March 1957))
[STORY] ["That must be Ralph now..."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#36 (March 9, 1957))
[STORY] ["Prescott has quite an ear for languages."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#45 (May 11, 1957))
[STORY] Choice Cartoons from Sports Illustrated / comic story / 122 pages (from US Choice Cartoons from Sports Illustrated (Perma Books, 1957 series) #M-3083 (August 1957))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / cover / 1 page (from US Care for a Merger? (E. P. Dutton, 1958 series) (1958))
[STORY] ["Care for a merger?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Care for a Merger? (E. P. Dutton, 1958 series) (1958))
[STORY] ["I take it all back about your not being aggressive enough at the office, dear."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Care for a Merger? (E. P. Dutton, 1958 series) (1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Woodsman Who Failed To Save The Girl / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US More Trash from MAD (EC, 1958 series) #1 (1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: Escaping The Cannibals / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US More Trash from MAD (EC, 1958 series) #1 (1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Fighter Who Didn't Rally / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US More Trash from MAD (EC, 1958 series) #1 (1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Day of The Big Race / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US More Trash from MAD (EC, 1958 series) #1 (1958))
[STORY] ["Very, very funny!"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#44 (May 3, 1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like to See: The Runaway Stagecoach / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad for Keeps (Crown Publishers, 1958 series) (July 1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like to See: The Marshall Who Got Outdrawn / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad for Keeps (Crown Publishers, 1958 series) (July 1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like to See: The Gladiator and the Empress / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from US Mad for Keeps (Crown Publishers, 1958 series) (July 1958))
[STORY] ["He needs every vote he can get."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#2 (July 12, 1958))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like to See II: Scenes We'd Like to See Musketeer Failed to Get Girl / comic story / 5 pages (from US The Bedside Mad (New American Library, 1959 series) #S1647 (April 1959))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Gladiator and the Empress / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 1 page (from GB Mad (Thorpe & Porter, 1959 series) #1 ([October 1959]))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like to See: One Against Four / comic story / 5 pages (from US Son of Mad (New American Library, 1959 series) #S1701 (October 1959))
[STORY] ["A stockholder to see the fathead in charge around here. Are you in?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#16 (October 17, 1959))
[STORY] The Hero Who Didn't Get Rescued / comic story / 1 page (from US Help! (Warren, 1960 series) #v1#8 (March 1961))
[STORY] The Private Eye Who Was Wrong / comic story / 1 page (from US Help! (Warren, 1960 series) #v1#8 (March 1961))
[STORY] The Hero Who Failed to Blow Up the Fortress / comic story / 1 page (from US Help! (Warren, 1960 series) #v1#8 (March 1961))
[STORY] Etchings to Come Up and See / cartoon / 3 pages (from US Help! (Warren, 1960 series) #v1#11 (June 1961))
[STORY] Shadows on the Sand... Spotted from a Helicopter / comic story / 1 page (from US Help! (Warren, 1960 series) #v1#11 (June 1961))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v8#7 (July 1961))
[STORY] ["Well... wait till President Kennedy hears about this!"] / cartoon / 0.33 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v8#7 (July 1961))
[STORY] ["Pop had a couple of quick ones before you got here."] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#38 (September 23, 1961))
[STORY] The Hero Who Didn't Get Rescued / comic story / 2 pages (from US Second Help!-ing (Gold Medal Books, 1962 series) #s1225 (1962))
[STORY] The Private Eye Who Was Wrong / comic story / 2 pages (from US Second Help!-ing (Gold Medal Books, 1962 series) #s1225 (1962))
[STORY] The Hero Who Failed to Blow Up the Fortress / comic story / 2 pages (from US Second Help!-ing (Gold Medal Books, 1962 series) #s1225 (1962))
[STORY] A Scene We'd Like To See: The Fighter / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 5 pages (from US Like, Mad (New American Library, 1960 series) #D2347 (July 1963))
[STORY] Another Scene We'd Like To See: Escaping The Cannibals / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 5 pages (from US Like, Mad (New American Library, 1960 series) #D2347 (July 1963))
[STORY] ["I'd like to try a little story on you as a man. Let me know what you think of it."] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v80#7 (September 1963))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: Stage Coach / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 4 pages (from US Utterly Mad (Ballantine Books, 1956 series) #4 (U2104) (December 1963))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like To See: The Race / Hollywood Dept. / comic story / 4 pages (from US Utterly Mad (Ballantine Books, 1956 series) #4 (U2104) (December 1963))
[STORY] Scenes We'd Like to See II: Scenes We'd Like to See Musketeer Failed to Get Girl / comic story / 5 pages (from US The Bedside Mad (New American Library, 1959 series) #D2316 (February 1964))
[STORY] ["A stockholder to see the fathead in charge around here. Are you in?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] Dream / comic story / 2 pages (from US For Laughing Out Loud (Dell, 1956 series) #33 (October-December 1964))
[STORY] ["Fasten seat-belts, please."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US For Laughing Out Loud (Dell, 1956 series) #33 (October-December 1964))
[STORY] ["You've got to start somewhere, I always say."] / cartoon / 118 ? pages (from US Looking over Your Shoulder: Cartoons from Look Magazine (E. P. Dutton, 1965 series) (1965))
[STORY] ["I've made you immortal, Miss Haskins, as far as I'M concerned."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v12#3 (March 1965))
[STORY] ["I got so excited when you gave me the coat, I hope I didn't leave without thanking you, Mr. Whitaker."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v12#3 (March 1965))
[STORY] ["By the way, I took care of the elevator man ..."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#1 (January 1966))
[STORY] ["But, Harry, this is no ordinary 'shipboard romance' Ronald's involved with."] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#1 (January 1966))
[STORY] ["I've warned you about standing too close to those empty compartments, Miss Anderson ... !"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#2 (February 1966))
[STORY] ["Booze! Broads! Water!"] / cartoon / 0.6 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#2 (February 1966))
[STORY] ["How do you expect to have hallucinations if you don't eat your mushrooms?"] / cartoon / 0.2 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#3 (March 1966))
[STORY] ["How about THAT for an invention?!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#4 (April 1966))
[STORY] ["Take an indecent proposal ..."] / cartoon / 0.33 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#4 (April 1966))
[STORY] ["It's a swinging idea, Sandra, and I'm sure it would get attention, but I'm afraid it might distract from our message ... !"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#5 (May 1966))
[STORY] ["Rest period! Pass it on ..."] / cartoon / 0.33 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#5 (May 1966))
[STORY] ["Why don't you ever come around and ask for a raise, Miss Bates? Don't you like it here?"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#5 (May 1966))
[STORY] ["Are you kidding? In this heat?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#6 (June 1966))
[STORY] ["Looks like old Wingate is out of town again."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#6 (June 1966))
[STORY] ["Martial status? ... Interrupted."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#7 (July 1966))
[STORY] ["Uh ... remember that black-out we had here in New York a few months ago ... ?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#8 (August 1966))
[STORY] ["I'm an adult—what time do you get through?"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#9 (September 1966))
[STORY] ["You'll stay with cigarettes until your mother and I say you can start smoking, and that's final!"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#9 (September 1966))
[STORY] ["We all have our little idiosyncrasies, Mr. Bellows."] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#9 (September 1966))
[STORY] ["It's always a thrill to meet a man who admires Rubens!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#9 (September 1966))
[STORY] ["I'm afraid 'Stanley Harris' and 'Irma Trimble' aren't going to work out too well together ..."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#10 (October 1966))
[STORY] [Model Bachelor Apartment] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#11 (November 1966))
[STORY] ["You have a dirty mind; I like that in a man."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#11 (November 1966))
[STORY] ["This is going to be a hell of a rough day if a wind doesn't come up."] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#12 (December 1966))
[STORY] ["I need help."] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#12 (December 1966))
[STORY] ["Psst! How tall am I?"] / cartoon / 0.3 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v13#12 (December 1966))
[STORY] [Phil Interlandi] / cartoon / 2 pages (from US Think Small (Volkswagen of America, 1967 series) #[nn] (1967))
[STORY] [Phil Interlandi] / cartoon / 2 pages (from US Think Small (Volkswagen of America, 1967 series) #114A (1967))
[STORY] ["Shut that door, O'Hara—and while you're at it, put a star on it!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#2 (February 1967))
[STORY] ["By the way, guess who turned over a new leaf ..."] / cartoon / 0.4 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#2 (February 1967))
[STORY] ["All I could get out of him was his name, rank, serial number, and an ingenious American invention called a 'quickie'!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#3 (March 1967))
[STORY] ["Have we EVER lied to you, son?"] / cartoon / 0.25 pages (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#4 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["Your father and I would like a word with you, dear. The word is 'DON'T'!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#4 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["You set a record of sorts-you broke everything."] / cartoon / 0.02 pages (from US Wham-O Giant Comics (Wham-O, 1967 series) #1 (April 1967))
[STORY] ["Can't you read? 'In Use'!"] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#5 (May 1967))
[STORY] ["... And you, you lucky bastard, do you ..."] / cartoon / 1 page (from US Playboy (Playboy, 1953 series) #v14#6 (June 1967))

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