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LOOK Magazine from April 6, 1971 featuring Mickey Mouse and the opening of Disney World

LOOK Magazine from April 6, 1971 featuring Mickey Mouse and the opening of Disney World

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This Special issue of LOOK magazine was issued for the opening of Disney World and its impact on Florida.
The front cover features Mickey Mouse in a tuxedo and Disney World, your first look at the magical and new show.
– Florida, the sweet life.
– Florida, the powder keg.
– Mickey mouse, first citizen of Florida.
The inside front cover features a full page color Camel cigarettes ad that includes Emile gouche, artist, with artwork “Repose.” The back cover features a full page color Pall Mall Ad.
This 72 page Look magazine is a combination of the opening of Disney World (9 pages of colorful photos and “A Preview of the New Biggest Show on Earth” ) plus every imaginable tidbit of latest news and current trends. There are articles on changes in Kissimmee due to Disney World development titled “Florida, what hath Disney Wrought?”, an article about Cuban cooking including color photos, a story about Carrie Snodgress, a new Hollywood actress, an article about Flotsam and Jet set, unemployment in the silk stocking district as well as 1970’s ads including an odd ad for “Sugar Information” that says to eat an ice cream cone before a meal to curb your appetite.
The magazines measure approx. 13 ½ by 10 ½ inches. The magazine is in fair condition with the expected slight wear with creasing on the front cover edges. The spine ends have some minor chipping, creasing and wear as well as a slight split on the bottom edge. It has address label from Union, NE.The binding is tight and strong, inside pages are crisp and clean with slight yellowing from age and slight creasing of the bottom corner of the first few pages. Perfect for the beginning collector of Disney World history or Disneyana.
This Special issue of LOOK magazine was issued for the opening of Disney World and its impact on Florida.
The front cover features Mickey Mouse in a tuxedo and Disney World, your first look at the magical and new show.
– Florida, the sweet life.
– Florida, the powder keg.
– Mickey mouse, first citizen of Florida.
The inside front cover features a full page color Camel cigarettes ad that includes Emile gouche, artist, with artwork “Repose.” The back cover features a full page color Pall Mall Ad.
This 72 page Look magazine is a combination of the opening of Disney World (9 pages of colorful photos and “A Preview of the New Biggest Show on Earth” ) plus every imaginable tidbit of latest news and current trends. There are articles on changes in Kissimmee due to Disney World development titled “Florida, what hath Disney Wrought?”, an article about Cuban cooking including color photos, a story about Carrie Snodgress, a new Hollywood actress, an article about Flotsam and Jet set, unemployment in the silk stocking district as well as 1970’s ads including an odd ad for “Sugar Information” that says to eat an ice cream cone before a meal to curb your appetite.
The magazines measure approx. 13 ½ by 10 ½ inches. The magazine is in fair condition with the expected slight wear with creasing on the front cover edges. The spine ends have some minor chipping, creasing and wear as well as a slight split on the bottom edge. It has address label from Union, NE.The binding is tight and strong, inside pages are crisp and clean with slight yellowing from age and slight creasing of the bottom corner of the first few pages. Perfect for the beginning collector of Disney World history or Disneyana.

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