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AFTER DARK: Magazine of Entertainment. Volume 3 No. 11 March 1971

by (Grand Funk Railroad; Carson, Kit; Mitchell, Jack; Gallagher, Helen; et al). Como, William; Editor-in-Chief

Condition: Very good


New York: Dance Magazine, Inc., 1971.. 1971.. Very good. - Quarto [11 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide], softcover bound in pictorial wrappers with a cover photo of Bobby Van & Helen Gallagher. The binding is lightly bumped & rubbed with the edges of the wraps darkened. The rear wrap is slightly soiled & there are some small, light stains to its top edge. 82 pages. Profuse black-and-white photographic illustrations & pictorial ads. Very good. <p>While the articles cover a fairly wide range of show business stories, the magazine highlights the homoerotic elements of its subjects with illustrations and ads generously featuring male beauty and nude or semi-nude actors. Among the contents of this issue are articles on photographer Jack Mitchell, Grand Funk Railroad, director Kit Carson, and the Tony Awards; and a profile of Helen Gallagher, Ruby Keeler's co-star in a revival of "No, No, Nanette."


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