|jlroberson (jlroberson) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2010-01-31 03:44 am UTC
|Entry tags:||creator: wally wood, title: mad magazine|
From MAD #35, one of Wood's best black-and-white humor pieces. It's always forgotten that as a humor cartoonist he gave Will Elder a run for his money. A mash-up of those things so fun to parody in the 50s: Brando and Tennessee Williams-based Southern Gothic films. Which I first read at 8 years old, in said South. Seemed about right to me. So: Cinderella(obviously), BABY DOLL, THE ROSE TATTOO, STREETCAR, FUGITIVE KIND, CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, all at once. And this is very unkind to Anna Magnani.