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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 17, 1949 - Hazards of A-Bomb Explosions / Eddie Kazak
The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, 1949. 78 pages. Articles: The A-Bomb Won't Do What You Think! - a cautionary article; The Wide-Awake Business of Sleep; How a Movie Gets Made (part 1 of 2) - The making of the film "The Stratton Story" with colour photo of Jimmy Stewart, June Allyson and Agnes Moorehead; Jane Pickens - the Big Pickens Sister; Tanker Run North - life aboard the F.S. Bryant, a big oil tanker operated by Standard Oil of California; St. Louis Cardinal Edward (Eddie) Terrance Kazak; The Right Shirt on Your Back - Great colour fashion photos of stars including Alan Ladd, Frank Lovejoy, Richard Basehart, William Bishop and Lloyd Nolan. Fiction: The case of the Negligent Nymph; Summer's Ending; Surprise; Deadfall (conclusion); Send Me Home in a Barrel; Ott in the Cherry Tree. Includes nice vintage ads from: Lord Calvert whiskey - featuring color photo of Ian Hunter, stage and screen star; Listerine - for use as an anti-dandruff shampoo(!); DeSoto cars; Pontiac cars (very attractive!); "I Married a Communist" movie (full-page); Oldsmobile cars; Brunswick bowling equipment; Botany 500; Dan River clothing; Mallory hats; Smartair corduroy men's fashion (nice!); Blatz beer - featuring nice color photos of Pat O'Brien, co-star of RKO's "The Bail Bond Story"; Back cover ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes featuring L.G. Griffin, tobacco auctioneer. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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