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After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 5, #10, February 1973 by  editor  William - First Edition - 1973 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB and Biblio.com

After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 5, #10, February 1973

by Como, William, editor

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New York: Dance Magazine, 1973. Magazine. 84p. including covers 8.5x11 inches, articles, features, reviews, listings, illustrated with b&w photos and ads, good semi-glossy entertainment magazine in lightly-worn stapled pictorial wraps. Cover stories on Marlon Brando, The Changing Room by David Story. The numbering of the volumes is illogical in the beginning years up to about 1971. The first notice of volume number began with the first issue as volume 10 number 1. This is likely due to the fact that the magazine in 1968 was a reworking of "Ballroom Dance Magazine" A fine magazine of arts, stage, dance and music that bridged the gap between gay and straight readers in the 1970s-80s.


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