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Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade ❮EPUB❯ ✶ Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade Author Usual Gang Of Idiots – Thomashillier.co.uk Alfred E Newman does disco Ecch In the bestselling tradition of MAD About the Sixties here is a hilarious look back at the Disco Decade from America's foremost satire magazine Illustrated throughout i Alfred E Newman does the Seventies: PDF ☆ disco Ecch In the bestselling tradition of MAD About the Sixties here is a hilarious look back at the Disco Decade from America's foremost satire magazine Illustrated throughout in color and black and white this MADcap compendium rehashes the best send ups takeoffs and put ons from the era that gave us Spiro Mad About ePUB ½ Agnew smiley faces and the Bee Gees You'll be grateful for these dead on paradies as The Usual Gange of Idiots the artists writers and editors of MAD Magazine present classic features from their past So sit back grab a Billy Beer and get down get funky and get it on with Mad About the Seventies And may About the Seventies: Epub á their farce be with you.

  • Paperback
  • 27 pages
  • Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade
  • Usual Gang Of Idiots
  • English
  • 13 November 2016
  • 9780316328029

3 thoughts on “Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade

  1. Jeffrey Jeffrey says:

    Loved reading these as a kid Do I still love them? Certianly No kid ding

  2. David Ward David Ward says:

    Mad About the Seventies The Best of the Decade by the Usual Gang of Idiots uality Paperback Book Club 1996 0510 is a collection of the highlights from Mad Magazine during the 1970's This type of humor does not age well but I surely loved it as a kid My rating 6510 finished 13114

  3. FranklinTV FranklinTV says:

    A collection of MAD articles from the seventies I started reading from 1976 know the first issue well so some are familar favourites Obviously time has aged the political and social issues that were the target of the humor but sadly still parallels to today

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