Mad #108 (Albert Feldstein) - Hogan's Heroes Issue - January 1967

Mad tells the truth.  And the truth told in Mad #108 is that Nazi prison camps were not funny.  I think that Larry Siegel and Jack Davis brought this point across effectively with their satire of Hogan's Heroes.  Whoever thought that Nazi prisoners were having a great old time was not anyone who spent any time in one of those prisons.  The television producers reached their nadir when they decided that a World War II prison-of-war camp was a good subject for a situation comedy. [JAM 9/12/2009]

One of the geeses a-laying has swallowed one of the golden rings. (page 2)

[Look for Charlie Brown, Linus, Ira, David Janssen and Rex Harrison in "The Sound of Money."]

Mein "Kamp" Humor - Hokum's Heroes
Don Martin - Another Visit with a Sculptor; Once Again in the Laboratory
Seasoned Greetings - Christmas Cards We'd Like to See
Joke And Dagger - Spy Vs. Spy
Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is! - More Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches
Status Quotes - Ads for Other 1967 Vehicles
Hah-Moniker - A Portfolio of Mad "Namelies"
Summa Cum Loudmouth - What is a B.M.O.C.?
National "Hang-Up" - Telephone Soliciting
Gift Till It Hurts - A Mad Shopping Guide to Gifts for Finks
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side of Mail
Punt of View - Football as Covered by Other Publications
Baiting the Trapps - The Sound of Money

Fold-In - Elf