The New York Times Magazine, December [Dec.] 28, 1975: Roger Corman - King of Schlock / Vietnamese Refugees Finding Their Way in America / Adolph Coors


Features: Alan Dershowitz on Indeterminate Prison Sentences - and why they are now considered a mess by both left and right; Vietnamese Refugees in America - From Maine to Texas they are getting the hang of the American way; King of Schlock - Roger Corman has put out 150-ldd non-epics, but many top directors, actors and writers learned the ropes working for him; Rocky Mountain High - Sold only in the West, Coors beer is smuggled to the East; Nice one-page color ad for Kellogg's new Frosted Rice cereal features Tony the Tiger, Jr.; Pate recipes; Dress fashion photos; Magic Furniture - expanding tables, collapsing chairs and folding carts; Follow-Up, 1975 - a second look at some of the personalities features in this magazine in 1975, including John Bermingham, Victor Snyder, and John Hersey. 40 pages. Generously illustrated with black and white photos. Faint school stamp on front cover, otherwise clean and unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy of this excellent issue.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, December [Dec.] 28, 1975: Roger Corman - King of Schlock / Vietnamese Refugees Finding Their Way in America / Adolph Coors

Author: Baker, Russell; Dershowitz, Alan; FitzGerald, Frances; Davidson, Bill; Lichtenstein, Grace; et al

Illustrator: Freed, Leonard

Categories: Americana, Magazine Back Issues, True Crime,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times Company: 1975

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 143h5322

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