Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 26, 1957 - Hockey's Ted Lindsay / Bill (William) Shatner's Hollywood Adventures / What I Remember of Hitler


88 pages. Features: Cover art by Franklin Arbuckle features the Black Diamond Lighthouse at the eastern entrance to Canso Strait, with Lloyd Grant tending the beacon; Can-Car one-page colour ad features their Jet Mentor Trainer; Divorce does more harm than good; Burroughs colour-photo one-page adding machine add features two of their chunky blue machines; London Letter - How Canadians are taking over in Britain i.e. Bernard Braden and Barbara Kelly; Vintage one-page RCA Victor ad shows several of their Hi-Fi units; Nine pages of colour photos by John deVisser intended to argue against "Toronto the Dull"; What I Remember of Hitler - fascinating photo-illustrated article by Putzi Hanfstaengl, who introduced Hitler to polite society, played the piano when the fuhrer was troubled, and saw him battle his private demons; I Like Being Fat - and here are my reasons; Nobody's Too Big for Ted Lindsay - hockey's scrappy little all-star leftwinger has battled the largest and toughest men on the ice, and now, as President of the new player's union, he may be taking on his toughest opponents of all - the NHL owners - photo-illustrated article; Florencia Bay (part 2 of this novel); How to Live with a Neurotic; Bill (William) Shatner's Adventures in Hollywood - photo-illustrated article on his early days on the west coast; Labatt's 50 colour ad shows 'modern' Canadians; Rexall centrefold features dozens of their products and their 1957 prices; Molson's Crown & Anchor colour beer ad features older folk enjoying slike show; Mavor Moore recalls his most memorable meal; Nice one-page A.V. Roe ad entitled "Ingenious Devices That Challenge the Imagination" includes several illustrations of their products; Nice colour Dow beer ad shows man presenting box of beer to man watching TV football; Vintage half-page Long-Distance telephone ad features young college lady and several of their price rates; What art lost when Hitler took up politics; One-page colour ad for Sunbeam brand automatic frypans, and saucepan/deep fryer; Back cover colour Coke ad features illustration of scene at Maharaja's Palace in India; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 26, 1957 - Hockey's Ted Lindsay / Bill (William) Shatner's Hollywood Adventures / What I Remember of Hitler

Author Name: Hanfstaengl, Putzi; Whitteker, Byng; Frayne, Trent; Ellis, Dr. Albert; Moon, Barbara; McNamee, James; et al

Categories: Hockey, Biography, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1957

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201G4703

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