THE REALIST #74 (NY: May 1967).
THE REALIST #74 (NY: May 1967).


THE REALIST #74 (NY: May 1967).

Newsprint, 32pp. Ed. Paul Krassner.

Contains the first appearance of the notoriously licentious Disney-orgy centrespread by Wallace Wood, published by Krassner shortly after Walt Disney's death. It features Minnie and Goofy hard at it, while Mickey shoots up, Tinkerbell strips off, and the seven dwarves reach inside Snow White's dress. Numerous other lewd vignettes complete the picture, incorporating 64 happy Disney characters.

This issue also includes the famous Realist parody, "The Parts That Were Left Out of the Kennedy Book" (satirising the suit brought by Jackie and Bobby against William Manchester's book, "The Death of a President"), and Krassner's irreverent look at Tim Leary, LSD, and (on the eve of the Summer of Love) the Haight-Ashbury (7pp.).

Slight tanning to edges, o/w Near Fine.

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