Another issue of Cracked, the 44th issue from July 1965, again with a cover by John Severin.
The editors said about the cover on the contents page: “This month we find OUR GOOD, LOYAL, TRUE FRIEND, Sylvester P. Smythe, laughing it up at his neighborhood newsstand. Seeing him sitting there with his copy of CRACK....HMMM!! Well, what are you going to do? Sylvester gets to read CRACKED while he's cleaning up our offices. In fact, instead of money, he's paid in CRACKED subscriptions. Right now, if Sylvester lives to be 507 years, he'll have CRACKED magazine to keep him happy always!”
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