Filmmaker Terry Gilliam.
Producer/Director, Gary VandenBergh sits down with Playboy legend, Hugh Hefner to talk about Will Elder.
Playboy Publicist Teri Thomerson, Video Manager John Cailotto, Producer Nancy Elder VandenBergh and Camera/Lighting man, Jesse Elder VandenBergh look on as Hef talks about Will.
The Pulitzer Prize winning author of MAUS relates how important Will and MAD comics were to the underground comix movement of the late 60s.
The Gremlins director makes a point about Mickey Rodent.
In one of his last interviews, The Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia tells how Will and the early MAD guys and the EC comics fan addicts club became the inspiration for the Dead Heads fan club.
Arnold Roth, renowned cartoonist, Gary Groth, editor-in-chief of The Comics Journal and a co-founder of Fantagraphics Books and Al Jaffee, creator of the infamous MAD magazine "Fold-in" at the HUMBUG book launch at The Strand Book Store in New York.
Al Jaffee with Jesse and Arnold Roth at the HUMBUG book launch.
The late MAD magazine publisher called Will “The funniest artist MAD ever had”.
Founding Editor of MAD magazine and longtime partner of Will talks about Will’s contributions.
Will’s older brother talks about young Meshuggina Willie and the pranks Will used to pull on the family.
Art School Confidential, Ghost World screenwriter tells about the inspiration of Will’s work on his career.
Author, Professor and Former Editor of MAD magazine talks about the first time he met Will and how Elder became the foundation for MAD’s sense of humor.
Creator of the infamous MAD Fold-In and childhood friend of Will’s relates many Crazy Willie stories and the contribution that Will made to pop-culture.
Underground cartoonist and creator of "Zippy The Pinhead" relates the impact MAD had on our culture.
NY Comedian and Actor, Andy Kindler talks about how MAD set the tone for comedy today.
Author, Music Critic, and Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism gives his perspective on the impact Elder and MAD had on our culture.
Award winning Illustrator tells about one of his top inspirations.
The Award-winning artist sits down with "The Mole" and tells about his experience working with Will on Little Annie Fanny.
Animator for Saturday Night Live’s TV Funhouse tells about his life-long affection for Chicken Fat.
Comic Editor, Critic and Publisher of The Comics Journal and Fantagraphics Books, Inc. talks about Will’s unique style and ability as a chameleon of art.
Our Project photographer captures a moment on a Chicken Fat shoot.
The creator of Chicken Fat and subject of this documentary!