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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 24, 1949 - How a Movie Gets Made / Sloppy Louie Morino's
The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, 1949. 78 pages. Articles: Gorgeous cover photo of Phyllis Bergquist of Evanston, Illinois; The Christian Science Monitor (part 1 of 3); Francis Wallace's 10th Football Preview - great color game and player photos; Four Friends Abroad - the interesting photo-illustrated story of the reconstruction of a French textile mill with American help; Return of our Soaring Giants; How a Movie Gets Made - The Stratton Story (conclusion); Make Mine Fish - Sloppy Louie Morino's restaurant near New York City's Fulton Fish Market - article with color photo of Sloppy Louie with customer John Von Glahn; Jim and Jean Staples - owners of Hillcrest Lodge in Idaho. Fiction: Change of Heart; Four Eyes; Tell Me About Yourself; The Case of the Negligent Nymph (part 2 of 6); In My Day. Ads include: 1950 Studebaker; GE tvs; Herbert Tareyton cigarettes - with colour image of painter Mrs. Henry Barclay in her New York studio; Plymouth cars; Monarch canned veggies; Pal razor blades (2 pages); New Hudson cars; Pendleton shirts; FTD; Buick cars; Back cover features Camel cigarette ad with Gordon "Dusty" Campbell, big-game fisherman. Average wear. Two-inch opening at top of cover fold. Unmarked. A nice vintage copy. Magazine
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