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Magazine from United States
Ceased publication


- First issue: 1950
- Since June 1953 was published fortnightly.
- By April 1954 it had reverted back to monthly.
- Published by Atlas

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23 April 2019

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Vol 6 # 2
February 1956
Hollywood coverage inside includes items and photos of Burt Lancaster, Elizabeth Taylor, Ronald Reagen, Kim Novak and Tony Curtis.
An article on coin collecting.
Cover model is Jean McCallen, who also has a feature article inside as "The New, Improved Blonde".
A full page ad for Goodman's men's magazine SWANK.
Feature article on Kirk Douglas in the film "The Indian Fighter".
Scientific article about different thoughts on human sexuality and the variety of sexes, beyond male and female.


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