Mad #184 (Albert Feldstein) - Arbor Day Issue - July 1976

In his second Mad cover, artists Bob Jones drew 13 dogs but just one tree.

The movie parody of the issue was "One Cuckoo Flew Over The Rest."  The 1962 novel (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest) by Ken Kesey was excellent and the Milos Forman movie won five major Academy Awards including best picture of 1975.  The richness of the movie was perfect for the talents of Mort Drucker.  His drawings of Nurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher), McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) and others are uncanny.  He brings the classic movie right back to those of us who enjoyed it.  [JAM 7/6/2010]

Looney Binge - One Cuckoo Flew Over the Rest
Ten Least Wanted - An Angry Mad Look at Unpunished Criminals
Don Martin - One Day Last April; Late One Afternoon at the Warsaw Dike
Calamity Gains - Disaster Magazine
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
Quit While You're Behind - What's Worse Than ... ?
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side of Annoyances
Docket To 'Em - Law Suits We'd Like To See
Auto-Suggestions - Mad Solutions to Big City Parking Problems
Common Censor - Mad's "Nice" Graffiti
That's Shoe Biz - Footnotes to Great Lovers
Sum of These Days - Old Math vs. New Math
Spin Awful - Rhota

Fold-In - Time Bomb