Rick Meyerowitz's The Mona Gorilla was featured on the cover of the National Lampoon's March 1971 issue.
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September 28, 2010 In the spring of 1970, a daring new product hit American newsstands. It was called National Lampoon, and it made its name with sex- and drug-laden satire of everyday American life. Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead is Lampoon contributor Rick Meyerowitz's account of the magazine's best years.
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