Stage; The Magazine of After-Dark Entertainment Nov. 1937 (George M. Cohan as FDR, Somerset Maugham. Tallulah Bankhead)

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Book Condition: Fine condition


Magazine is so crisp and clean it's hard to believe its age. It's an oversized one measuring 10"x14" and dedicated to entertainment after dark -- dining, dancing, movies and theatre. There's lots to read and photos of many talents of the day, including the author, Somerset Maugham, Tallulah Bankhead and more. There's also a fun feature showing half the face of a star and half that of an historical personage. Also there's a story on caricatures,a piece on George M. Cohan starring on Broadway as Franklin Delano Roosevelt and how supper clubs needed more than beauty from their entertainers-- they also wanted athleticism. Great ads too, especially a perfume ad for Liu Guerlaine perfume in full color. Other color ads are for Camel cigarettes, Packard, Four Roses, and Old-Grand-Dad Whiskey.

Title: Stage; The Magazine of After-Dark Entertainment Nov. 1937 (George M. Cohan as FDR, Somerset Maugham. Tallulah Bankhead)

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Categories: Theatre, Magazines, Entertainment Ephemera,

Publisher: New York, Stage Publishing Company Inc.: 1937

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Fine condition

Seller ID: 1601

Keywords: George M. Cohan Plays FDR. George M. Cohan on Broadway FDR. Caricatures. Somerset Maugham. Tallulah Bankhead.,