Life Magazine, January 5, 1959 - Anti-U.S. Chinese

Life Magazine, January 5, 1959 - Anti-U.S. Chinese

Life Magazine, December 15, 1958 - Lunar fact and fancy

Life Magazine, December 15, 1958 - Lunar fact and fancy

Life Magazine, December 22, 1958 - Show-biz special, double issue

Original Life Magazine from December 22, 1958 - Show-biz special, double issue
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These issues are extremely nice. These are in amazing condition and are great for framing or giving as a cherished gift. Some may have very minor defects and address labels.
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These issues are in pretty good shape. These are great for those who want a complete, original, average condition issue to read and enjoy. They may have some light to moderate flaws like small tears, spots, library stamps etc. but would make a great piece of history for the budget minded to mark any occasion.
Great American midway
8
Amusements
Rock @n' roll rolls on @n' on
37
Dick Clark; 1929-.
Rock @n' roll rolls on @n' on
37
Rock music
Diary of Anne Frank
44
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Great director, great story
44
George Cooper STEVENS, Motion picture production and direction
Young recruits for the drama
126
College and school drama
Fabled enchantresses
138
Marilyn Monroe; 1926-1962, Actors and actresses
My wife Marilyn
146
Marilyn Monroe; 1926-1962
Galaxy of present-day stars in a classic Mack Sennett chase
148
Mack Sennett; 1880-1960, Motion pictures (History)
Sleeping Beauty
157
Motion pictures (Animated films)
Structure of entertainment
52
Amusements
Short happy life of a tv joke
57
Television audiences, Television broadcasting (Comedy programs)
America's own music in its lusty youth: jazz
64
Jazz music, New Orleans (La.) (Music)
Flower drum song
77
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Cheers for the uninhibited U.S. theater
82
Theater
Tv's real cowboy
90
Dale Robertson; 1923-.
Creator of dances
97
George Balanchine; 1904-1983, New York City Ballet
Deadly sins in a lively American tour
98
Ballet
Balanchine: his own life's moving drama
100
Tanaquil LECLERCQ, Poliomyelitis
Inspired improvising that made the ballet
102
Choreography
Make-a-million Martin
109
Dean Martin
Clan is the most
116
Motion picture actors and actresses, Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Social life and customs)
Stage-struck Texas
122
Theater, Amateur
Daring school of drama
124
Baylor University, Drama (Study and teaching)
People at the top of entertainment's world
159
Entertainers
Movies: beauties, idols, prizewinners, moneymakers
160
Motion picture actors and actresses
Television: old pros, classic heroes who command its audiences
162
Television performers
Theater: to keep the footlights burning, a royal family of players, playwrights and wise showmen
164
Actors and actresses, Theater (Production and direction)
Music makers
168
Singers
J.B.
171
Archibald MacLeish (American poet and Librarian of Congress.); 1892-1982
Job's ordeal in great play
171
Theater (Production and direction)
Getting the sound to surround
177
Sound (Recording and reproducing)
Business of show business: riches or ruin
180
Motion picture industry (Finance), Television industry (Finance), Theater (Economic aspects)
Without the girls, show biz is no biz
188
Actors and actresses
Couple of swell skates
193
Carol Channing, Cyril Ritchard; 1898-1977, Skating
Visit from St Nicholas
196
Christmas poems
Visit from St Nicholas
196
Christmas poems