LOOK Magazine – April 22, 1952 – Martin & Lewis


Magazine Condition : Good

3 in stock


LOOK Magazine Cover : Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, nice photo.

– Full page Bell Telephone ad featuring Mrs. Lucille Wilson, night operator at Alamosa, Colorado, who got the airport lights turned on so a lost plane could land, Ralph Zook, Stamy Edmisten, C-46 airplane.
– Full page ad pertaining to testing the 1952 Dodge Coronet car.
– Small photo and letter about Sandwich Eating Contest held at Kings Super Markets in East Orange, New Jersey.
– Comedians have fun with Renzo Cesana, television’s Latin lover, “The Continental.”
– Full page blue movie poster ad for “The Marrying Kind.”
– Answers about the people and life in Russia.
– The meaning of Easter, by Fulton Oursler, includes Graymoor friars, Monastery of Graymoor, St. Christopher’s Inn.
– Full page color United States Brewer’s Foundation beer ad, 67 in series, Amateur Fortune Teller, art by Douglass Crockwell.
– Big feature on fishing, Bill Hatfield, Jean Nathey, bass, deep-sea fishing, Paul Mains, Spin fishing, Art Nuss, Angler’s Roost, Jim Deren, Ray Bradfish, more.
– Junior League charity ball fund-raiser, New York, The Plaza, special costumes representing businesses, Mrs. William S. Kilborne, more.
– First photos taken of the inside of a living heart, dog’s heart, bypass surgery.
– The World that Henry Ford made, part 3, success with cars, but not with people.
– Full page International Nickel ad with lumber being unloaded at the J. C. Turner Lumber Company’s dock, artist might be Ronfur.
– Very pretty two page color Texaco ad for 50th anniversary.
– Douglas MacArthur has a new role, a power in the Republican party.
– The best of Broadway 1952.
– Full page movie poster ad for Macao.
– Sixth National Turtle Race Sweepstakes at Joshua Tree, Fred Miller, others, looks humorous.
– 1952 Baseball forecast.
– Full page color Blatz beer ad with Alfred Lunt.
– A number of famous people tell what they miss most about Franklin D. Roosevelt.
– Two page color Ford Motor Company ad, The American Road part 4, the schoolhouse that disappeared, about busing kids to central school.
– Umpiring is a tough business, Kill the Ump!
– Spring comes to drugstores, new beauty products and such.
– Kits for building your own boat at home, Tucciarones built theirs in their livingroom, Robert’s Industries of Branford, Connecticut, Chris Craft and others.
– New gowns by Adrian for “Lovely to Look At”, the new version of Roberta.
– Movie Preview of “Lovely to look at.”
– Nice long article on Martin and Lewis.
– Photocrime, solve it yourself, Glittering Hour.
– Full page color Seven-up 7up Fresh up ad with kids in costumes.
– Full page color Chesterfield cigarettes ad with Lucille Norman.