Maclean's Magazine, 15 September, 1956 *ROBERT FOWLER AND HIS T.V. ROYAL COMMISSION*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


Features: What will Robert Fowler say about TV? - a report on the head of the Royal Commission on Broadcasting and what he's likely to suggest; Karsh visits Hollywood; How Harry Orchard murdered twenty men - a Maclean's flashback in two parts; Why we're getting more disastrous hurricanes; The secret war of Charles Goodeve (conclusion - The weapons of tomorrow) - the Panjandrum, the Alligator, and Lily the floating airport... these revolutionary inventions created under the guidance of a little-known Canadian have yet to be tested in combat; The life and death mystery of our liver; Frank Merrill's winning way with horses; She didn't care what people thought - fiction by Ronald R. Smith; Does more money than brains go to collete? - Dr. Sidney Smith; Ross Thatcher's glum conversion; My most memorable meal - Maj.-Gen. J.M. Rockingham. Somewhat above-average wear. Small chunk missing from front cover which bears two closed tears ***PLEASE NOTE*** pages 15-20 are missing. They contained the Karsh story plus the first page of the Harry Orchard story. Two-page Chysler ad for PowerFlite pushbutton automatic transmission (missing 3"x 2" chunk from upper left corner. Cartoon clipped from page 82 has removed part of the Harry Orchard story.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 15 September, 1956 *ROBERT FOWLER AND HIS T.V. ROYAL COMMISSION*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1956

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 339a4154

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 15 September, 1956 Robert Fowler say about TV? - a report on the head of the Royal Commission on Broadcasting and what he's likely to suggest; Karsh visits Hollywood; How Harry Orchard murdered twenty men - a Maclean's flashback in two parts; Why we're getting more disastrous hurricanes; The secret war of Charles Goodeve (conclusion - The weapons of tomorrow) - the Panjandrum, the Alligator, and Lily the floating airport... these revolutionary inventions created under the guidance of a little-known Canadian have yet to be tested in combat; The life and death mystery of our liver; Frank Merrill's winning way with horses; She didn't care what people thought - fiction by Ronald R. Smith; Does more money than brains go to collete? - Dr. Sidney Smith; Ross Thatcher's glum conversion; My most memorable meal - Maj.-Gen. J.M. Rockingham. Somewhat above-average wear. Small chunk missing from front cover which bears two closed tears ***PLEASE NOTE*** pages 15-20 are missing. They contained the Karsh story plus the first page of the Harry Orchard story. Two-page Chysler ad for PowerFlite pushbutton automatic Transmission,