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AFTER DARK: THE NATIONAL MAGAZINE OF ENTERTAINMENT. VOLUME 10, NUMBER 6, OCTOBER 1977

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Condition: Fine


Danad Publishing, 1977. Cover photo of Rudolf Nureyev and Michelle Phillips in the film, "Valentino." Also articles on Renata Scotto, Punk Rock, Dorothy Loudon, Betty Boop, and Quentin Crisp.. Soft Cover. Fine.


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