ESQUIRE April 25 1978 FRED SILVERMAN VINCENT PRICE +++
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Issue Date:APRIL 25, 1978; VOLUME 89 NO. 7
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COVER: The Dangers of the FRED SILVERMAN Era: More than just a show business phenomenon, by Richard Reeves. Cover sculpture by Bob and Beverly Zakarian; photograph by Matthew Klein. A silver bust of television programmer Fred Silverman.
THE NUCLEAR DISASTER THEY DIDN'T WANT TO TELL YOU ABOUT by Andrew Cockburn. It happened in 1957 at an atomic plant in central Russia, although officials in both the East and West deny that a nuclear waste depot blew up. That raises questions about nuclear energy projects worldwide.
THE DANGERS OF TELEVISION IN THE SILVERMAN ERA by Richard Reeves. NBC counts itself lucky to acquire Fred Silverman, the most successful TV programmer in the medium's history. But for the rest of us, it's bad news. It's further proof the industry has abrogated responsibility to everyone but advertisers.
VINCENT PRICE'S ONE-MAN CLASS ACT by Christopher Buckley. The grand master of the horror movies is now on Broadway playing Oscar Wilde. His wife says, 'it's the last chance for the old boy to do something good." [NICE article, with full page photo in costume as Oscar Wilde!]
TOUCHING IDAMAE LOW by Mark Harris. A short story with an unusual protagonist: the personnel director of a large company. As he himself is interviewed for a new job, he uses skills only a personnel director can have.
WHAT TO TAKE FOR GOLD FEVER by William Flanagan. Buying gold for investment can be profitable if done right. The most popular method is gold coins; the cheapest is gold stocks; the riskiest, gold futures.
SMALL CAMERA, BIG PICTURE by Suzanne Slesin. Presenting new 35mm cameras small as a cigarette pack. Esquire asked four photographers to use them and comment. Their pictures speak for themselves.
TERROR AS AN HISTORICAL INHERITANCE by Morris West. A personal comment by the best-selling novelist on the present stage of terror in Italy. West lives there part of each year and is saddened by the Italians' historical inability to come to grips with the blight that is now undermining their society.
STEINBERG: SAUL STEINBERG, one of America's best-loved cartoonists, is increasingly regarded as one of our most important artists. His first American retrospective exhibition opens in New York, and works from it are shown here.
Behavior: Man's Compulsion To Fight by David Gelman. Why men are innately aggressive, competitive, and hostile.
Scenes from Real Life by Stan Mack. The People vs. the System.
The Right Stuff by Suzanne Slesin and Anita Leclerc. Esquire's guide to gear and gadgets.
The Way We Live Now by Edward Sorel. The evangelist's complaint.
Outdoors: The Unhungry Trout by Geoffrey Norman. The time to catch steelhead is now, but there's a trick to it.
Media: In Defense of the Truth by Richard Reeves. A new book sheds light on the classic question: Should men lie'?.
Backstage with Esquire: Morris West on Terrorism. Introducing a distinguished new contributor on a painful subject.
Full Disclosure: Cut-rate Route to Disaster by Dan Dorfman. Will low fares ruin the airlines?.
Books: Soldier, Spy-- Tinkered Out by Aaron Latham. A glum view of General Vernon A. Walters' Silent Missions.
The Law: Lance: The Plot Sickens by Steven Brill. Bert Lance and his Arab chums are busy taking over a U.S. bank.
Getting Away: Sailing on Waves of Nausea by Stephen Birnbaum. Which top cruise ships fail their sanitation inspections'?.
Sports: A Five-Time Olympian? by Philip Taubman. At forty-one, Al Oerter is in training to throw the discus once again.
The Body: When Your Plumbing Rusts by Paul Schultz. The first signs of old age often appear as urinary problems.
The Language: Destroying Good Words by John Simon. Let's rehabilitate 'gay' and 'girl'.
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