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Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine September 1975 Telly Savalas
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Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine September 1975 Telly Savalas
Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine September 1975 Telly Savalas
Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine September 1975 Telly Savalas
Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine September 1975 Telly Savalas

Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine September 1975 Telly Savalas

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Vintage ESQUIRE Magazine February 1976

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Issue Date: September 1975; Volume 84, No. 3, Whole No. 502
IN THIS ISSUE:-

ESQUIRE COLLEGIATE ENQUIRER: Most exclusive student newspaper ever.

THE SMARTEST HI-FI AT M.I.T.: How to make a small room sound like Carnegie Hall. Alan Brenner's stereo system.

NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY QUIET: The nude co-ed, pictured at peace.

STUDENTS: These are your teachers John Irving: The professor driven batty.

GRADUATES: These are your lives!: An undelivered commencement address by John Steinbeck.

GUILTY PLEASURES: Secret vices of the famous, starting with Fudgsicles! [Fudgecicles for Dan Rather, Reeses for Barbara Howar, Good & Plenty for Judith Viorst, Cotton Candy for Carrie Nye, Popcorn for Neil Simon, Oreo cookies for Mike Nichols.

THE STORY OF OREO: America's leading cookie explained by Ron Rosenbaum.

QUICK! BEFORE IT CRUMBLES: Architecture of six runner-up cookies by Paul Goldberger.

DEPRESSION POP: Paintings by an artist from the depths by Wallace Stegner.

EVERYBODY THINKS HE LOOKS LIKE SOMEBODY: The great celebrity look-alike festival.

WHY YOU SHOULD THINK ABOUT SCOOP, AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN: Senator Jackson as the Presidential front-runner. by Robert Scheer.

1776 AND ALL THAT: A comic history for the Bicentennial. by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin.

AFTERGATE: Washington without Nixon. By William Greider.

GRETTA GARBO AND THE DUKE: A great actress remembers a great night ... By Lilli Palmer. A perfect night at Portofino, with the perfect company and the perfect bad manners.

AFRICAN RHYTHM + SPANISH MELODY + ARAWAK INDIAN FOLKLORE = RICAN SALSA! Very hot music for the Seventies. [Full page photo of the Tito Puente Orchestra, the Joe Bataan band.

TROPHIES: A short story about a man, a woman, another man, another woman. By Hilma Wolitzer.

FALL IN FOCUS: Twelve-page men's fashion guide to a splendid new season and Where to buy it.

CLASS:Who has it, who doesn't. By James Brady.

DEPARTMENTS:
Arnold Gingrich ... Praise for the Grand Rapids fish ladder.
Timothy Crouse: Washington ... The secrets market.
Backstage with Esquire.
Nora Ephron: Media ... Restaurant scandal in New Orleans.
Alexander Cockburn: Crime ... Firebugs everywhere.
John Simon: Films ... Nashville, all too short.
Robert Alan Aurthur: Hanging Out ... The author's China days.
Richard Joseph: Travel Notes ... Comeback for Haiti.
Sound and Fury.
Auberon Waugh: Letter from Europe ... The Russians are coming.
Poetry.
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