COVER: The Rollicking adventure of filming STAGECOACH with BING CROSBY, Ann-Margret, Van Heflin.
COVER STORIES: BING CROSBY and his new movie:
Old Dad has a long way to slide ... Bill Davidson. "The New BING CROSBY is busier than ever -- A new family, new interests, and a brand new career."
"Stagecoach" ... Muriel Davidson and Janet Bale. ("Not everything goes right as Bing, Ann-Margret, Red Buttons, Van Heflin and Chief Yellow Horse and the others shoot a remake of the movie classic." NICE feature article on the set during the filming.
We must negotiate peace in Vietnam (Speaking Out) ... Sen. J. W. Fulbright.
Small war for a great power (Affairs of State) ... Stewart Alsop.
No taxee, no shirtee (The Human Comedy) ... John Gregory Dunne.
Portrait of a Klansman ... Stewart Alsop.
Papa Hemingway (conclusion,) ... A. E. Hotchner. ("The last tragic days of Ernest Hemingway")
The 'highwaymen' come to Morristown ... John Skow.
The unholy row over the tomb of Christ ... David Holden.
The games that husbands play ... Morton Fineman.
The wild horses ... Kay Boyle.
ABOUT THIS ISSUE: British journalist DAVID HOLDEN, who describes the arguments that have stalled restoration of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, rates Jerusalem among his favorite cities -- and he has traveled widely throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India, Southeast Asia and the Americas. A special correspondent on foreign affairs for the Sunday Times of London, he has just completed a book, Farewell to Arabia... .The remake of the movie Stagecoach, subject of two articles in this issue, is based on a 1937 Collier's story, THE STAGE TO LORDSBURG, by the late Ernest Haycox, who wrote a number of Western serials and stories for The Post in the 1940's....
THE COVER PHOTO was taken by PHILIPPE HALSMAN, who has done portraits of such famous people as Prime Minister Churchill, Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Dr. Albert Einstein.
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