Issue: 19811201

Tuesday, December 1, 1981
December
6
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96
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Articles
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Esquire
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Advertisement: Porsche928
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Porsche928
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Advertisement: Sheaffer
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SHEAFFER
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0003.xml
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Bacardi Imports, Inc.: Bacardi Gold Reserve
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BACARDI IMPORTS, INC.
BACARDI Gold Reserve
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tableOfContents
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Contents
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Boston Publishing Company, Inc.
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Boston Publishing Company, Inc.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0006.xml
masthead
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Esquire
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0007.xml
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Advertisement: Escort
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ESCORT
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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A Contents Page for Readers
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Phillip Moffitt
AS YOU may have noted, this month’s Esquire has a new table-of-contents format, in which the articles are divided into categories—Profile, Documentary, First Person, Literary Life, and so forth. The reason for this new format is to bring to readers’ attention the types of articles that Esquire regularly publishes.
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James B. Lansing Sound, Inc.
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James B. Lansing Sound, Inc.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0010.xml
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8,9
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Lincoln-mercury Division: Ln7
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LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION
LN7
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0011.xml
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LETTER
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The Sound and the Fury
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A MAN AND HIS HUMOR I JUST read Robert Sam Anson’s piece on Doug Kenney (“The Life and Death of a Comic Genius,” October) and cannot let it pass without comment. When said writer called our home to set up an interview with my husband, Matty Simmons, for this story, I was delighted that Esquire would be doing a well-deserved article on Doug, a truly brilliant humorist.
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Advertisement: Calvin Klein Jeans
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Calvin Klein Jeans
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0013.xml
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Great Western Winery
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Great Western Winery
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0014.xml
article
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Unconventional Wisdom
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Lessons in Firepower
A student of the arms race asks if bigger has ever been better
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ADAM SMITH
<p>THE DEFENSE budget is going up. We must meet the Russian buildup, it is said, and we are now over our Vietnam trauma, during which we neglected our armed forces. But the defense budget is a subject of debate because it is going up, and the last sharp increase in defense spending kicked off our current inflation.</p>
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Us Jvc Corp.: Vidstar
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US JVC CORP.
VIDSTAR
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0016.xml
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16
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Soloflex
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SOLOFLEX
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0017.xml
article
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17,18,19,20
Books
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Stranger Than Fiction
Tales of a nation's writers, in The Oxford Book of American Literary Anecdotes
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JAMES WOLCOTT
<p>VANITY AND mischief and spiteful distemper are on flying display in The Oxford Book of American Literary Anecdotes (Oxford University Press, $15.95), surely the funniest gift book of the Christmas season. Edited by critic and poet Donald Hall, The Oxford Book of American Literary Anecdotes is a companion volume to the 1975 collection of anecdotes edited by James Sutherland, which was devoted exclusively to the foibles of English writers.</p>
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18
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: Royal Comfort
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
ROYAL COMFORT
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0019.xml
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19
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Jockey International, Inc.: Jockey
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Jockey International, Inc.
JOCKEY
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0020.xml
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Jack Daniel Distillery, Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.
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Jack Daniel Distillery, Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0021.xml
article
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21,22
AMERICAN BEAT
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The Secret Life of the News
Some journalists lie awake at night thinking about the most astonishing things
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BOB GREENE
WHEN AMERICANS think of the national news media, we generally have in mind the network television newscasts, and the masscirculation newsmagazines, and the prestigious metropolitan newspapers. There is a separate category of publications, however, that serves millions upon millions of avid readers and yet rarely gets mentioned.
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23,24,25
ETHICS
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Living with Lies
With so much deception in the air, how do you keep alive the capacity for outrage?
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HARRY STEIN
THIS PIECE was going to be about something else. Indeed, I was halfway through a first draft of that other column when, early on a muggy August evening, I stood on a New York subway platform flipping through the Daily News and came upon a feature entitled THE TRAUMA OF WRITING “STILL MISSING.”
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Advertisement: Pioneer
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PIONEER
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0024.xml
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26,27
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0025.xml
article
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28,31
SPORTS CLINIC
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The Unracked Back
Years of misuse have thrown your muscles out of balance. There’s still time to undo the damage
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THOMAS J. DE CARLO
WHEN I was a kid growing up in Brooklyn, I played football every Sunday morning with the gang from the neighborhood. We got to the playing field, warmed up with some loose talk, then picked sides. The thrown football set us in motion; down the field we chased the floating spiral in anticipation of a couple of hours of hard and serious fun.
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Casio, Inc.
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Casio, Inc.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0027.xml
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Sony: the Worldband Radio
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SONY
THE WORLDBAND RADIO
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0028.xml
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Heublein, Inc.: Smirnoff
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HEUBLEIN, INC.
Smirnoff
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0029.xml
article
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33,34,35,36,37,38,41,42,44
Documentary
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The Great Condo Con
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CHARLIE HAAS
<p>IN SAILOR’S COVES AND HERITAGE Villages across the land, Americans are being sold a bill of goods: the illusion of a shared past and housing units that have more in common with movie sets than with livable, durable homes. The result is a sales and marketing dream and a culture’s nightmare YOU CAN TELL AS YOU COME THROUGH THE CAPTAIN’S ROW ENTRANCE OF MARIner’s Village in Marina del Rey that you’re slated for high adventure.</p>
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Atari, Inc.: Atari 400
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Atari, Inc.
ATARI 400
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0031.xml
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Toshiba
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TOSHIBA
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0032.xml
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Nissan
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NISSAN
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0033.xml
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Palmer & Lord, Ltd.: Sambuca Romana
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Palmer & Lord, Ltd.
Sambuca Romana
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0034.xml
article
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46,47,48,49,50,53,55
First Person
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The War Between the Baptists
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Richard Marius
<p>The old South versus the new South in a battle about words and their interpretation. With God on both their sides, the debate rages hot and holy. WHEN I WAS a little boy, I woke up on summer Sundays to the sound of a bell ringing in the steeple of the Baptist church on the hill above our farm in East Tennessee.</p>
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Yamaha Electronics Corporation
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Yamaha Electronics Corporation
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0036.xml
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A. Sulka & Company
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A. Sulka & Company
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0037.xml
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54
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De Beers
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0038.xml
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Zales
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ZALES
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0039.xml
article
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FEATURES
LITERARY LIFE
Catcher Comes of Age
This year, the book that changed the lives of generations of young rebels reaches maturity; on its thirtieth birthday, its own life passes before it, ready for reappraisal.
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Adam Moss
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO HEAR ABOUT IT, The Catcher in the Rye was a literary event even before it rolled off the press that summer of ’51. A small but sophisticated sect had already begun to honor its shy thirty-two-year-old author—and on no more evidence than a couple of dozen short stories, mostly published in The New Yorker.
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sidebar
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Numbers
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IT IS SAID THAT LITTLE, Brown was not the first publisher to see the book, that Salinger brought it to another house first but withdrew it because his editor there thought Holden was "crazy." We do know that the manuscript eventually found its way into editor Ray Everett’s hands at Little, Brown, which set the book’s publication for the spring of 1951.
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FEATURES
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The Complete J.d. Salinger
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Jerome David Salinger was bom on the first day of the year 1919 to a Scotch-Irish woman named Miriam, who had changed her name from Marie when she married his father, Sol, a Jewish importer of hams. His grandfather was a rabbi. He has an IQ of 111.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0042.xml
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FEATURES
Catcher
In the News
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July 1951: The Catcher in the Rye is published by Little, Brown and Company of Boston, Massachusetts. November 1953: J.D. Salinger grants his first interview—to a sixteen-year-old high school student named Shirlie Blaney. "He is a tall and foreign-looking man," writes Blaney of Salinger in the Claremont, New Hampshire, Daily Eagle.
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FEATURES
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Holden Rears His Head
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HOLDEN CAULFIELD FIRST SURFACED in a 1944 Saturday Evening Post story called "Last Day of the Last Furlough," about two young soldiers on the eve of their assignment overseas. One of the soldiers is Vincent Caulfield, who "has a kid brother in the Army who flunked out of a lot of schools."
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Alpine Electronics of America, Inc.: Alpine Car Audio Systems
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Alpine Electronics of America, Inc.
Alpine Car Audio Systems
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0045.xml
article
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The Wit and Wisdom of Holden Caulfield
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On life: If you get on the side where all the hot-shots are, then [life is] a game, all right.... But if you get on the other side, where there aren’t any hot-shots, then what’s a game about it? On religion: I like Jesus and all, but I don’t care too much for most of the other stuff in the Bible.
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Lasting Impressions
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THE FIRST TIME I HEARD of The Catcher in the Rye was from my roommate at Harvard around 1952. He read passages aloud with great animation. I didn’t read the book myself until 1955; maybe I was already too old. I found it admirable—funny, poignant, vivid, actual—yet somehow less useful to my burgeoning sense of what writing was about than Salinger’s short stories, which I had read in college.
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Advertisement: Proton 100
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PROTON 100
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article
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Profile
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David Letterman, the Vice-President of Comedy
THE COMEDIAN working the tiny club in Malibu is the same one who was going to replace Johnny Carson. His income is a million dollars a year. His contract reads: Not yet.
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Peter W. Kaplan
<p>When David Letterman enters a small club, other young comics make way for him, and although he moves among them, he is separate. They haven’t hosted <i>The Tonight Show </i>and he has. </p>
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Infinity Systems, Inc.
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Infinity Systems, Inc.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0050.xml
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New York Life Insurance Company
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New York Life Insurance Company
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0051.xml
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Technicolor Audio Visual, Technicolor, Inc.
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Technicolor, Inc.
COLOR CAMERA
Technicolor, Inc.
VHF/UHF TUNER
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0052.xml
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Optimum
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Optimum
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0053.xml
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B. Dalton Stores
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B. Dalton stores
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0054.xml
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Polygram Records, Inc.
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PolyGram Records, Inc.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0055.xml
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Carlton Sales Company: St. Pauli Girl
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CARLTON SALES COMPANY
ST. PAULI GIRL
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0056.xml
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Advertisement: Clarion
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Clarion
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0057.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Nights in Black Tie
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Grand evenings call for grand clothes, be they traditional or contemporary. But sometimes even the most innovative evening clothes involve only subtle changes. In this case, the classic dinner jacket is abbreviated, to fall just to the hip.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0058.xml
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Timex Corp.
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TIMEX CORP.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0059.xml
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Atari, A Warner Communications Company
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Atari Inc.
ATARI SPACE INVADERS
Atari Inc.
ATARI MISSILE COMMAND
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0060.xml
article
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84,85,86,87
It's Only Money
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The Season’s Ultimate Christmas Gifts
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0061.xml
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Schenley Imports Company: "White Label"
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SCHENLEY IMPORTS COMPANY
"White Label"
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0062.xml
article
C1
C1,C3
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A Special Holiday Esquire Supplement
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0063.xml
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C2
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Jos. Garneau Co.: Martell
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Jos. Garneau Co.
MARTELL
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0064.xml
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C4
C4
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Paddington Corporation: Baileys
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Paddington Corporation
BAILEYS
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0065.xml
article
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C5
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The Lore of Liquor
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THE WORLD OF DISTILLED SPIRITS IS A WIDE WORLD: THE PANOPLY of liquors is almost beyond imagination, certainly beyond the scope of this booklet. Our purpose here is to provide an entry for the man who wants to explore this world but doesn’t know where to start—to give him a few of the rudiments of mixology, history, and propriety, things a respectable drinker should know.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0066.xml
article
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C6
The Lore of Liquor
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Scotch
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JACK KEROUAC, OF ON THE ROAD FAME, drank Scotch, presumably not because of the image it has always had as the drink of the aristocrat, the snob, the stuffed shirt. Kerouac knew what all of us should know, that Scotch is not necessarily the drink of the man of means; rather, it’s suited to the man of experience.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0067.xml
article
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C6,C9
The Lore of Liquor
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Bourbon
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THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO GET RAMBUNCTIOUS, nostalgic, and maudlin, but bourbon with beer chasers is one of the best. This image of bourbon as the liquor of boors, however, maligns the southern gentlemen and the polite legions of grandmothers and great-aunts who drink bourbon—straight.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0068.xml
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C7
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James B. Beam Distilling Co.: Jim Beam
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JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO.
Jim Beam
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0069.xml
advertisement
C8
C8
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Advertisement: Old Bushmills
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Old Bushmills
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0070.xml
article
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C9
The Lore of Liquor
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Irish
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EVER SINCE PROHIBITION MADE SCOTCH the word for quality whiskey, the Irish have had to play catch-up, but we might be well advised to take a lesson from the Irish themselves. It’s a rare event when an Irishman of Ireland drinks a whiskey other than his own native product.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0071.xml
article
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C10
The Lore of Liquor
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Rye
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IF YOU SWAGGER UP TO THE ONLY BAR IN a dusty western town with your friends and growl to the nervous barkeeper, "Whiskey for my boys," inevitably he slides over a bottle of rye. Rye has always been the frontier drink, Its popularity dates back to the Revolutionary War, up to which time the United States had been a land of rum drinkers.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0072.xml
article
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C10,C11
The Lore of Liquor
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Canadian
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O CANADA! WHETHER IT’S THE COSMOpolitan nature of a bilingual society or just a desire to do things differently than we do, the Canadians have developed a particularly light and silken-smooth spirit. Their whiskey is lighter in body, crisper, and less assertive than U.S. whiskeys.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0073.xml
article
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C11
The Lore of Liquor
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Gin
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GIN, THAT MOST IDENTIFIABLY ENGLISH OF spirits, was originated, surprisingly enough, by the Dutch. In the mid-1500s a chemist at the University of Leyden, Franciscus de la Boe, turned from steeping juniper berries in wine, as the French did, to redistilling a neutral spirit with the berries.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0074.xml
article
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C11,C12
The Lore of Liquor
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Vodka
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VODKA, A WORD THAT IRONICALLY MEANS "LITtle water," is believed to have been developed as the ultrapure distilled spirit it is because only the purest alcohol could resist freezing in the extreme conditions during the bitter Russian winters.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0075.xml
article
C12
C12
The Lore of Liquor
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Rum
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THE STORY OF RUM RANGES FROM THE SWASHBUCKling to the sophisticated, and the range of character in the rum itself is just as extraordinary, from almost tasteless and colorless to as rich as unblended Scotch and as dark as mahogany. Rum is produced in one of two ways: either it can be distilled directly from the fermented juice of crushed sugarcane, or the sugar can first be extracted from the cane and the rum made from the remaining molasses.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0076.xml
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C13
C13
[no value]
[no value]
Government of Puerto Rico
[no value]
Government of Puerto Rico
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0077.xml
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C14
C14
[no value]
[no value]
Somerset Importers, Ltd.: Johnnie Walker
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SOMERSET IMPORTERS, LTD.
JOHNNIE WALKER
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0078.xml
article
C15
C15
The Lore of Liquor
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International Spirits
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THERE ISN’T A NATION IN THE WORLD THAT doesn’t have a favorite tipple that can fire national pride and kindle patriotic passion. There is no country so effete that it hasn’t a spirit meant to turn its boys into men, even if it more often makes its men into boys.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0079.xml
article
C15
C15,C16
The Lore of Liquor
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Brandies
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FROM STATE DINNERS TO AN EVENING’S END for two, no style of liquor holds greater preeminence than brandy. Clear eaux-de-vie, amber cognacs, dark armagnacs—in the brandy spectrum there is a spirit to satisfy any palate, to serve any situation.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0080.xml
article
C16
C16
The Lore of Liquor
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Cordials and Liqueurs
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SIMPLY SAID, A LIQUEUR OR CORDIAL IS AN alcoholic beverage prepared by combining a spirit, usually brandy, with flavorings and then adding sugar syrup in excess of 2.5 percent of the total volume. (Bitters are considered cordials as well.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0081.xml
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C17
C17
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[no value]
Remy Martin Amerique, Inc.
[no value]
Remy Martin Amerique, Inc.
[no value]
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[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0082.xml
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C18
C18,C19
[no value]
[no value]
Maidstone Wine & Spirits Inc.: Kahlúa
[no value]
Maidstone Wine & Spirits Inc.
Kahlúa
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0083.xml
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C20
C20
[no value]
[no value]
Paddington Corp.
[no value]
Paddington Corp.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0084.xml
article
C21
C21
[no value]
[no value]
The Art of Choosing
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IN THE LIFE OF EVERY YOUNG MAN THERE COMES A TIME WHEN HE grows bored with the commonplace and the habitual. Suddenly he finds himself intrigued by a different standard of behavior and style, one based on knowledgeability and selectivity. That’s called sophistication.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0085.xml
article
C22
C22
The Art of Choosing
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The Cocktail Party
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HAVING PEOPLE OVER FOR COCKTAILS, WHETHER before or, as is increasingly common, after dinner, has become the archetypal American social gathering. A roomful of adults milling and drinking provides entertainment that can be on the one hand simple and self-evident and on the other, intricate and arcane.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0086.xml
article
C22
C22,C25
The Art of Choosing
[no value]
The Perfect Brunch
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THOUGH BRUNCHES CAN BE PLANNED IN ADVANCE, particularly for a holiday weekend, spontaneity is more in line with the nature of the occasion. At a late-night party, for instance, it is in the most sociable of traditions to suggest to your friends that they drop by the following morning for some group rejuvenation.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0087.xml
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C23
C23
[no value]
[no value]
Heublein, Inc.: Saint James
[no value]
Heublein, Inc.
Saint James
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0088.xml
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C24
C24
[no value]
[no value]
W.a. Taylor & Co.: Drambuie
[no value]
W.A. TAYLOR & CO.
DRAMBUIE
[no value]
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0089.xml
article
C25
C25
The Art of Choosing
[no value]
The Gentleman's Flask
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THE FLASK, A CONVENIENT AND HANDSOME CONtainer made of metal or leather-protected glass that can slip easily into a pocket, may be carried and used where other sources of liquor aren’t readily available. Drinking from a flask at an elegant cocktail party, for example, is not recommended behavior.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0090.xml
article
C25
C25
The Art of Choosing
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Warm Days, Cold Drinks
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THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF DRINKS FOR HOT WEATHER, and they’re both great. There are the marvelous blender-bred concoctions made with crushed ice and fruit, and there are the tart and clean effervescent mixed drinks such as the classic Gin and Tonic.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0091.xml
article
C26
C26
The Art of Choosing
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Cold Nights, Warm Drinks
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THOUGH IT MUST BE SAID THAT ALCOHOL DOESN’T actually warm the body, a Hot Rum Toddy or an Irish Coffee can perform miraculous thaws on the iciest hearts. There’s a special romance that surrounds hot drinks, evoking scenes of deep woods, snug cabins, fires crackling in hearths.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0092.xml
article
C26
C26
The Art of Choosing
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Looking for Mr. Good Bartender
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THERE ARE FEW PLACES MORE PLEASANT THAN A BAR whose decor is agreeable, whose employees are deft and deferential, whose ambience is affable, and in whose domain you feel at ease. Of course, all bars differ in what they look like and in who goes to them, so it’s up to you to choose your surroundings and your company.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0093.xml
article
C27
C27
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[no value]
The Science of Mixing
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HERE ARE RECIPES FOR SEVERAL USEFUL AND POPULAR DRINKS that every home bartender should know. Their range of taste and ingredients makes them fine examples of the versatility of the cocktail. Bartending is a complex skill, though, that requires mastery of a significant body of knowledge.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0094.xml
article
C28
C28
The Science of Mixing
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The Dry Martini
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No cocktail has spawned more legends or inspired more debates than the Dry Martini. John Doxat, who wrote a book on the subject, claimed that the drink was invented around 1910 for John D. Rockefeller at the Knickerbocker Hotel by a barman named Martini.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0095.xml
article
C28
C28
The Science of Mixing
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The Manhattan
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The harsh, crude liquors that were the results of prohibition inspired the creation of innumerable concoctions designed to smooth and sweeten the sometimes too-fiery spirits. One of the all-time classics is the Manhattan. The recipe below is standard, but there are many variations.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0096.xml
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C29
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Foreign Vintages, Inc.: Amaretto Di Saronno
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FOREIGN VINTAGES, INC.
AMARETTO DI SARONNO
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0097.xml
article
C30
C30
The Science of Mixing
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The Old-fashioned
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Despite rumors to the contrary, the Oak Room Bar in New York’s Plaza Hotel is not the only place left that serves the Old-Fashioned. This drink has held its ground as a perennial favorite, indicating that a good drink will survive. Perhaps the survival of the Old-Fashioned has something to do with the infinite variety of its recipes.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0098.xml
article
C30
C30
The Science of Mixing
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The Gimlet
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The Gimlet is a venerable and popular libation, and still there is debate over the proportions of its ingredients. It is a sophisticated summer cooler and an elegant before-dinner cocktail. And it’s also the foundation for such concoctions as the Gin Rickey and the Ramos Fizz.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0099.xml
article
C31
C31
The Science of Mixing
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The Whiskey Sour
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This is the original Sour, a stylish mixture that has since made every kind of spirit welcome and has become a particularly popular cocktail by virtue of its suitability to so many occasions, from brunch to before dinner. The key to making this drink is to use fresh lemons.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0100.xml
article
C31
C31
The Science of Mixing
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The Margarita
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The Margarita is a cool and biting thirst quencher with a wallop lying in wait, a marvelous way to serve tequila. Its taste is as palatable and refined as a Sour’s and its preparation as pleasing as the old saloon ritual of tossing back a jigger of tequila with a lick of salt beforehand and a squeeze of lemon afterward.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0101.xml
article
C32
C32
The Science of Mixing
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The Stinger
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The pleasures of brandy are not confined to those we can glean from a warmed snifter. Brandy is a versatile spirit that can serve as the base for before-dinner cocktails or sweet after-dinner drinks. The Stinger, for example, can be made with any spirit, but it is with brandy as a base that it merits our special attention.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0102.xml
article
C32
C32
The Science of Mixing
[no value]
The Bloody Mary
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[no value]
[no value]
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The Bloody Mary is the queen of pick-me-ups, and everyone’s favorite first drink of the day. There are as many recipes as there are amateur mixologists, and though we firmly believe that everyone has a right to his own mysteries, we feel honor-bound to tell you that virtually everyone’s secret ingredient turns out to be horseradish.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0103.xml
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C33
C33
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Advertisement: Wolfschmidt Genuine Vodka
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Wolfschmidt Genuine Vodka
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0104.xml
article
C34
C34
The Science of Mixing
[no value]
The Daiquiri
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The Daiquiri, with its blend of tart and sweet, is as welcome as a first kiss—it makes you pucker and then smile. It was made famous by Constante Ribalagua of La Florida restaurant in Havana. He had five recipes himself, and there are numerous others.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0105.xml
article
C34
C34
The Science of Mixing
[no value]
The Piña Colada
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Here’s a carefree summer day in a glass. We can’t think of anything that goes better with the hard work of getting the perfect tan than a Piña Colada (literal translation: strained pineapple). How’s this for a vacation scenario? Mix up a pitcher first thing in the morning, and spend your day sunning, swimming, and sipping.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0106.xml
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C35
C35
[no value]
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.: Grand Marnier
[no value]
Carillon Importers, Ltd.
Grand Marnier
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0107.xml
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C36
C36
[no value]
[no value]
Buckingham Corporation
[no value]
BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0108.xml
article
89
89
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[no value]
Quarter Notes the Esquire Music Review
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[no value]
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0109.xml
article
90
90,91,92
Quarter Notes
Jazz
Ornette Coleman
A lifetime spent bebopping outside the mainstream
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JAMES LINCOLN COLLIER
<p>THE HISTORY OF JAZZ is replete with woeful tales of neglected genius. But the case of Ornette Coleman is the most baffling of them all. He is one of the three or four most important innovators in jazz. His musical experiments of the Fifties, highly controversial at the time, have come to permeate the music today.</p>
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0110.xml
article
92
92
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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Program Notes
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[no value]
L.B.
XANADU RECORDS TOOK five of its jazz musicians to Africa early this year, and the result is the recently released Xanadu in Africa. Produced by Don Schlittin, it is one of few live recordings made by American jazz musicians in Africa. The participating musicians were Al Cohn and Billy Mitchell on tenor sax, Dolo Coker on piano, Frank Butler on drums, and Leroy Vinnegar on bass.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0111.xml
article
93
93
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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High Notes
The five best recent releases
[no value]
[no value]
GARY GIDDINS
Arthur Blythe’s music refutes several prejudices held against the jazz modernists—that they reject the standard repertoire, embrace chaos, and solo self-indulgently. His seventh album in four years proves once again that he’s not only a gifted alto saxophonist with an immediately recognizable style but also a meticulous craftsman whose every recording is a deliberated statement.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0112.xml
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94
94,95
[no value]
[no value]
N.a.p. Consumer Electronics Corp.: Magnavox
[no value]
N.A.P. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS CORP.
MAGNAVOX
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0113.xml
article
96
96,97,98
FEATURES
[no value]
Gram Parsons
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
BEN FONG-TORRES
<p>I once knew a man, very talented guy, Sing for the people and the people would cry, They knew that his song came from deep down inside. You could hear it in his voice And see it in his eyes... &copy; 1974 Likely Story Music and Warner Bros. Music A LONG, LONG time ago, long before John Travolta slipped into his first pair of chaps, CBs became a toy, jeans became the national pants, Dallas became a TV show, and Willie and Dolly became motion-picture stars&mdash;long, in short, before country music hit the prime time, on TV and elsewhere&mdash;there was Gram Parsons.</p>
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0114.xml
article
98
98
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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Program Notes
[no value]
[no value]
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W.T.
THE EVER-EMBATTLED Colonel Tom Parker has been hit with what the IRS likes to call "adjustments." A mere twenty of these adjustments have been applied to taxes against the estate of Elvis Presley, but they add up to $14,618,406. AFTER TEN YEARS without writing a song, Loretta Lynn planned to sing two new ones, probably autobiographical as usual, on her NBC special, Somethin’ Special.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0115.xml
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99
99
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CBS Inc.
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CBS Inc.
[no value]
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0116.xml
article
100
100
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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High Notes
The five best recent releases
[no value]
[no value]
ROY BLOUNT
So much slick crap comes out of Nashville, you would think mineral oil was the drug of choice. But now from Washington comes the Smithsonian collection of country music, picked and annotated by eminent C&W historian Bill Malone. And folks, it is worth the $54.95.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0117.xml
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101
101
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Robert Bosch Sales Corporation: Blaupunkt
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Robert Bosch Sales Corporation
BLAUPUNKT
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0118.xml
article
102
102,103,104
FEATURES
[no value]
Glenn Gould
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[no value]
[no value]
LAURENCE SHAMES
<p>"THE NUT’S A genius," said conductor George Szell of Glenn Gould back in the Fifties. Szell thereby succinctly defined the two poles of critical thought that would attach to the Canadian pianist during the whole of his quirky and sometimes baffling career—a career that would give rise to some of the best-loved and most-hated recordings in recent history, that would feature a rocketing to prominence and an abrupt retirement from the concert stage, and that would defy the strictures of the ultraspecialized musician’s role and encompass everything from composing to transcribing to music criticism.</p>
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0119.xml
article
104
104
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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Program Notes
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
L.B.
COLUMBIA ARTISTS Management, Inc. just opened a new television division. Headed by new vice-president Peter Gelb, the division will conceive and develop projects involving CAMI artists, and sometimes finance them through the sale of the rights to various television outlets, including U.S. cable or European television companies.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0120.xml
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105
105
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Scannon, Ltd: Gucci
[no value]
SCANNON, LTD
GUCCI
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0121.xml
article
106
106
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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High Notes
The five best recent releases
[no value]
[no value]
PETER ANDREWS
Of all the so-called forgotten masters of music, no one’s reputation has undergone as sweeping a revival as that of Antonio Vivaldi. When he died in 1741, his bones were consigned to a pauper’s grave and his music seemed to have died with him.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0122.xml
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107
107
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Esmark Company: Discwasher
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ESMARK Company
discwasher
[no value]
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0123.xml
article
108
108,109,110,111
Quarter Notes
Rock
The Clash
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
FRANCISCO GOLDMAN
<p>BY 1977 THE CLASH, along with the Sex Pistols, had become the pivotal band in the now-legendary British pure-punk explosion. You can get a sense of what it all looked like way back then in 1977, of what a really local scene it was, from a movie called <em>Rude Boy</em>.</p>
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0124.xml
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110
110
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Dws Marketing International
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DWS marketing international
[no value]
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0125.xml
article
111
111
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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Program Notes
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
W.T.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO the Beach Boys. It is twenty years since they had their first hit, "Surfin’." Carl Wilson, fourteen at the time, said it took "maybe twelve" minutes to record, with nineteen-year-old Brian Wilson on drums, nineteen-year-old Al Jardine on stand-up bass, and Carl on guitar.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0126.xml
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111
111
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Fuji Photo Film U.s.a., Inc.
[no value]
Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0127.xml
article
112
112
JAZZ COUNTRY ROCK CLASSICAL
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High Notes
The five best recent releases
[no value]
[no value]
BILLY ALTMAN
One of the by-products of the punk/New Wave movement has been the attempted resurrection of rockabilly, the wild Fifties genre that helped build the foundation of rock ’n’ roll, but there’s always been more to rockabilly than mere greased ducktails, pegged pants, and the occasional lip snarl.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0128.xml
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112a
112a,112b,112c,112d,112e,112F,112G,112H,112I,112J,112K,112L,112M,112N,112O,112P,112Q,112R,112S,112T,112U,112V,112W,112X
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0129.xml
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113
113
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0130.xml
article
114
114,115,116
FEATURES
[no value]
A Brief Encounter with Bess Armstrong
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L.E.
LET'S START WITH THE necessary background, a Rothian fantasy to some. She wears a crisp white dress with a crinoline underneath—and that's something you don’t see every day. The lingerie is no affectation: she was bom and raised in crinoline country.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0131.xml
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117
117
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Panasonic
[no value]
Panasonic
[no value]
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0132.xml
article
118
118,119,120,123
Fiction
[no value]
Living Together
You meet her and the earth nearly moves. In a flash you are sure that she is almost everything you've ever dreamed of
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BRUCE JAY FRIEDMAN
<p>SHOT DOWN TWICE IN MARRIAGE, LOSER AFTER A MULTItude of affairs, Pellegrino, in his forties, was about to pack it in romantically, when a fresh and delightful young woman suddenly bobbed up before him at a party like an apple in a barrel. Her eyes were wide, her movements graceful.</p>
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0133.xml
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120
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0134.xml
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121
121
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[no value]
Brown Shoe Company: Levi’s Shoes & Boots
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Brown Shoe Company
Levi’s Shoes & Boots
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0135.xml
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122
122
[no value]
[no value]
Philip Morris Inc.: Merit
[no value]
Philip Morris Inc.
MERIT
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0136.xml
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123
123
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[no value]
Fujitsu Ten Corp.
[no value]
FUJITSU TEN CORP.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0137.xml
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124
124
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[no value]
J. C. Penney Company, Inc.: Jcpenney
[no value]
J. C. Penney Company, Inc.
JCPenney
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0138.xml
article
125
125,126
OUTDOORS
[no value]
A Country Christmas
Unlearning the city’s holiday ways
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[no value]
GEOFFREY NORMAN
OUR FIRST YEAR in the country, we went out and paid for a Christmas tree, just as we had done in the city. The difference was that we paid five dollars for a tree that was almost more than our little living room could handle. And this was the most expensive tree in the pile outside the small store.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0139.xml
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126
126
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Random House
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RANDOM HOUSE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0140.xml
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126
126
[no value]
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Ics Center for Degree Studies
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ICS CENTER FOR DEGREE STUDIES
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0141.xml
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127
127
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Advertisement: Hedonism Ii
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HEDONISM II
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0142.xml
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128
128
[no value]
[no value]
N.a.p. Consumer Electronics Corp.: Magnavox
[no value]
N.A.P. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS CORP.
Magnavox
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0143.xml
article
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129,130
The Esquirer
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The Esquirer
Early warnings, inner soundings, offhand comments, gratuitous advice
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John Harris
YES, WELL, I, er, you know, it's kind of, well, no. I mean, it's more, more, how shall I say, more or less like, like, well, it’s hard to say. I mean, it’s, you know, kind of, kind of, oh, what’s the word, it’s on the tip of my tongue, bear with me. I mean, I’m not trying to be mysterious, no, not that, but I mean, I don’t want to mislead anyone.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0144.xml
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Afterthoughts
Memoirs of a Backyard Gunman
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Luke Whisnant
IN MY neighborhood, war began at an early age. At four I packed pistols, two pearl-handled six-shooters, in black holsters with plastic-opal gewgaws on the sides. The bad guys were Indians, bank robbers, horse thieves, and girls. Swift justice ruled.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0145.xml
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Londonaire Ltd.
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Londonaire Ltd.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0146.xml
article
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132
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The Literary Life
Story Ideas
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Peter N. Nelson
RECEIVED FROM a friend in Iowa City, Iowa: Here is a list of stories I would be willing to write for Esquire: 1. Jamaica on a Thousand Dollars a Day 2. Bar Life in Troubled El Salvador 3. Bar Life in Troubled St.Tropez 4. Europe—What Is It Like?
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0147.xml
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Wining and Dining
Serious Eating
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Robert Cochran
SOMETIMES FRIENDS invite you to share a meal and you know, from experience, that they aren’t Serious Eaters. In fact, you know they dine badly— the sort of people who put cottage cheese in a ring of canned pineapple, top it with a bottled cherry, and expect applause.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0148.xml
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133
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Palm Springs
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Palm Springs
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0149.xml
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MOVIE CLASSICS
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Jules and Jim
In which three rebels try to live a life of total freedom
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EDWARD SOREL
HENRI-PIERRE ROCHÉ has two claims to fame: he introduced Gertrude Stein to Picasso and he wrote the novel that François Truffaut used as a basis for Jules and Jim (1961). The film tells of a bohemian ménage à trois in Paris before the First World War.
Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0150.xml
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135
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RCA Consumer Electronics
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RCA Consumer Electronics
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0151.xml
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Par Parfums Ltd.: Paco Rabanne
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Par Parfums Ltd.
Paco Rabanne
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0152.xml
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138
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Seagram Distillers Co.: V.O.
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Seagram Distillers Co.
V.O.
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Esquire_19811201_0096_006_0153.xml