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On the cover: "A Sneak Preview of Your Unborn Baby," "8 Shocking Pictures That May Save Your Life." Cover photo of Stephanie Griffin, by Mead-Maddick.

Contents:
"Sneak Preview of Your Unborn Baby"

"5500 Feet under Mud"

Dr. William F. Rienhoff, Jr. (as told to Henry Lee), "Go Ahead & Smoke"

"This Picture Is Taboo," by Fernand Fonssagrives

Dwight Whitney, "Judge Cooper's Boy, Gary"

"Sisters, Inc.," by Ormond Gigli

Mort Temes, "If Girls Get Any Equal-er" (cartoons)

Eliot Tozer, "A Plane in Every Garage"

"Anybody Can Die"

"On the 'Couch' with Tex & Jinx," with Eartha Kitt, Al Capp, Helen Hayes, & Johnny Ray

"Memories of a Gay Blade" ("Walter Slezak likes money, so he loaded the scales in his favor")

John L. Springer, "Homes on an Assembly Line"

"Sermons in Smiles"

"A Model with Designs" (pictorial of Lee Whitney), by Don Ornitz

Arthur Garfield Hays (as told to Frank Rasky), "What's Wrong with Our Juries?"

"Pageant Teaches Anne Francis How to Make Crepes Suzette," photographed by Maria Aguilera

"Pageant Cover Girl: Steffie Is Riding High"

Kenneth Crawford, "Maggie Is a Lady" ("A bi-partisan analysis of Margaret Truman's success")

"What Makes Nick Run?", photographed by Gary Winogrand

Howard Whitman, "Who's the Richest Man in Baltimore?"

Bill O'Brien, "The Scheme" (fiction)

"Celebrities Paint": Charlton Heston, Corinne Calvet, Jane Wyman

Cedric Allingham, "I Met a Man from Mars" ("Here's a man who claims he not only saw a flying saucer land but that he also talked to & photographed one of its occupants")

"The Ones Who Stayed Way Down Yonder in New Orleans," by Bradley Smith

Oskar Koenig, "90 Inches from Death"

"Mama Cuts a Rug" (Jeanne Crain), by Maurice Ambler

"The World of Artzybasheff"

Croswell Bowen, "How Do You Know a Shoplifter?"
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    But you won't be a thriving coach if you don't put in the hours.” Jones' model for coaching came from former Oscar Smith head carriage Richard Morgan. Jones was a two-time All-Southeastern linebacker under Morgan and helped the Tigers make the Eastern

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  • Who was Who on TV

    Xlibris Corporation. 2011. ISBN: 9781456824563,1456824562. 534 pages.

    The news herein was accumulated of fifty some odd years. The collection process started when TV first came out and continued until today. The books are in alphabetical harmony and cover shows from the 1940s to 2010. The author has added a brief explanation of each show and then listed all the characters, who played the roles and for the most duty, the year or years the actor or actress played that role. Also included are most of the people who created the shows, the producers, directors, and the writers of the shows. These books are a celebrated source of trivia information and for most of the older folk will bring back some very fond memories. I know a lot of times we think back and say, "Who was the guy that played such and such a r?" Enjoy!

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Oklahoma! - Wikipedia

Oklahoma! is the from the word go musical written by the team of composer Richard Rodgers and librettist Oscar Hammerstein II. The musical is based on Lynn Riggs' 1931 contend with ...

Oscar Smith LB Keshon Artis commits to the Hokies ...

Virginia Tech's 2018 recruiting presence grew by one Tuesday when Chesapeake linebacker Keshon Artis out of Oscar Smith High picked the Hokies over UCF.

Hey, Academy voters! Don't thoughts these Oscar-worthy ...

Hey, Academy voters! Don't neglect doing these Oscar-worthy performances. Daniel Kaluuya ('Get Out') and Michelle Pfeiffer ('mother!) still deserve your attention.

Maggie Smith alluring Best Actress - YouTube

Maggie Smith delightful the Oscar® for Best Actress for her performance in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" at the 42nd Academy Awards® in 1970. Presented by ...