Mad Magazine movie and TV parody titles - Name some from memory

Movies:

The Oddfather
Schmoe
Put-On
Five Easy Pages
Willies

TV:

Little House Oh So Dreary
Cannonball
Makeus Sickby, MD
One Dame at a Time

(I thought I could come up with a lot more)
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Crymore vs Crymore

Botch Casually and The Somedunce Kid

MAS*Huga (didn’t get that when I was a kid)
Star Roars
Midnight Wowboy
The Way We Bore
Clodumbo

The only thing that instantly comes to mind are the Star Bleeech movies.

Was Star Wars Star Bores?

The Poop-side-down Adventure

The Shiner

The Mary Tailor-Made Show
The Sound of Money
The Guru of Ours (The Wizard of Oz)

Oldies:

The Man From A.U.N.T.I.E.

Dr. Killjoy

Ben Casehistory

Hope I’m in time with this, I’ve had to replace a couple already. Oddfather was also the very first one that sprang to my mind (that’s not one I had to replace, I did read the thread).

Here are some more movies:

Jaw’d
What’s the Connection?
Moneyraker
Undressed to Kill
201 Minutes of a Space Idiocy
Crazy Fists (a spoof of Golden Boy, back before they worried about similarity of titles)

And TV shows:

The Six Million Dollars, Man
Gall in the Family Fare
Reality Street
Room 22ZZZZZZZ

The last one may be slightly off, but that was the thrust of it.

I was aiming for five of each, but I don’t want to be ninjaed again.

Bananaz for Bonanza because the Cartrights hung together like a bunch of them.

East Side Story: A parody of West Side Story featuring the tough gangs that hung out at the UN on the east side.

When you’re a Red,
You’re a Red all the way
From your first party purge
To your last power play

Voyage to See What’s on the Bottom

The Sinpiper

Bats-Man

Twelve O’Crocked High

Rat Packtrol

Jewelia

How Are Ya, Five-O?

Perry Masonmint

Hokum’s Heroes

Genteel Ben

Familiar Affair

PutOn*

Why Spy?

The Life of Your Run

The Putrid Family

Loused Up in Space

The Nurtzes

Mr Nudnik

Star Bleccch

Mission: Ridiculous

Dullus

It Takes a Crook

Manic

Bananaz

For Your Thighs Only

Where Eagles Fare

Star Blecch.

Hoo Boy Columbus.

“Highway to Heaving”
I have never seen Highway to Heaven but, after seeing that Margie Impert was in 6 of its episodes, I (too?) easily remembered her 29-year-old body in a wetsuit.

The Iron Horselaff

Honey Waste

Bullbit

The Rifle, Man

A Crock o’ :BLEEP: Now

The A Team

*Asinine

One of the few shows to have two satires in MAD. The second was MUS*H.

Three. There was also one titled MISH-MOSH**. (I think that one was the movie.)