MAD Magazine’s Mad Men – 1960

January 24, 2009

The following Ad-Man feature is from MAD magazine circa 1960. This is from my own personal library.
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8 Responses to “MAD Magazine’s Mad Men – 1960”

  1. Dani said

    Bourbon for breakfast sounds good to me. Hilarious!

  2. Joshua said

    Have things changed?…

  3. DG said

    This is awesome. I cannot imagine sarcasm and graphic frankness of this type being permitted to be show to children in this day and age, not even in MAD. Which just makes this all the more awesome.

  4. Judy Brown said

    Tell AMC and Lionsgate to stop futzing around with the negotiations that might push the next Mad Men season to 2012!

    PETITION TO BRING BACK MAD MEN IN 2011:

    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/mm_s5/signatures?page=15

  5. […] of what I learned about popular culture, including faraway places such as Madison Avenue, suburbia, teenage-hood, adulthood, came from the pages of Mad Magazine. I each eagerly awaited […]

  6. […] of what I learned about popular culture, including faraway places such as Madison Avenue, suburbia, teenage-hood, adulthood, came from the pages of Mad Magazine. I each eagerly awaited […]

  7. […] world Mad Men (and, I assume, worked in advertising). These pages were dense with allusions to the world of 3-drink lunches, office smoking, trains to Greenwich, crazy parties with nubile secretaries, and […]

  8. Mary said

    Excellent, Mad was always the best and still is. Spent lots of time reading MAD as a youngster. Maybe reading old MAD mags would benefit children more had the so called education they receive now. Wouldn’t you love to teach MAD to 6th graders.

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