The Saturday Evening Post, May 8, 1965 *BRIGITTE BARDOT COVER PHOTO*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Features: Get the government off the farm - Alice Pearse Bean; The Great Row in California; Lost - One Centennial; The explosive revival of the far left; Why I quit the extreme left - Phillip Abbott Luce; Brigitte Bardot - no place left to hide - colour photos; Sundown of a Champion - Phil Hill was the first American to be a world-champion Grand Prix driver - after his friend and teammate, Count Wolfgang von Trips died in a crash; The importance of being poached - Saunas/Heat Baths are in vogue; Lyndon Johnson's Mother, Rebekah Johnson; The magnificent obsession of U.S. Air Force "Colonel" Jack Kenneth Brown, the fake colonel. Great colour Dodge Pickup ad. Two-page colour Ford Mustang ad. Two-page colour ad for the James Stewart film "Shenandoah". Average wear and soiling. Unmarked. A sound copy.