Sunday Times Magazine 25 November 1973 Frankenstein and Dracula John Maclean Adrien de Schryver
THE SUNDAY TIMES magazine Contents, November 25, 1973
The Ape Man: the work of Adrien de Schryver, friend and protector of the Zaire mountain gorillas. Report and photographs by Lee Lyon. Page 22
The many-sided Penhaligon: a young British actress whose versatile range makes hers a name to watch. Photograph by Duffy. Report by George Perry. Page 32
"I know I am dying": Sadie Dunnet's account of 12 months living with cancer. Page 38 The cold glass eye: transistorised cameras and high-speed film versus the bank robber. Report and photographs by William Vandivert. Page 48
Vacation in America: Elkan Allan assesses the advantages of a Stateside holiday. Page 58 The Leader of the Glasgow Soviet: an account of the dramatic career and socialist beliefs of John Maclean, the Scottish Marxist. Report by Angus Calder. Page 70
CLOSE-UP Franc. and Drac.: an appraisal of the two best-known names in horror movies, by Mark Amory. Page 79 The Ancient Art: the icons of Wendy Beckwith. Page 81 The Smile of the Untouchable: life in Bombay's red-light area, by Philip Norman. Page 82
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