Climax: Exciting Stories for Men, vol. 3, no. 5 (February 1959)
Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Label: Macfadden Publications
Manufacturer: Macfadden Publications
Number Of Pages: 96
Publication Date: 1959
Publisher: Macfadden Publications
Studio: Macfadden Publications
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On the cover: "500 Indians against 50 Cavalrymen: Sharp the Bugle Calls!"--"Billy the Kid's Trial--1959 Style"--"The Enigma of Walter Winchell"--"The Fireman's Muster"--"Private Mulvaney's Jungle Juice"--"Fiction Feature: A Modern Mayan Myth: Sex Doesn't Mix with Archaeology."
Contents: The Mailbox; "Who Needs a Saltwater Fishing License?" (The Outdoorsman), by Michael Dillon; "The New Records," by Sam Goody; "The Enigma of Walter Winchell," by George O'Neal; "The Battleship with Nine Lives," by Robert A. Cutter; "Anything Goes at the Firemen's Muster" ("When smoke-eaters get together, it's a real wing-ding with bands, old fire-burners and bathing beauties strutting up the main drag"), with photos by Russell C. Brown; "Sharp the Bugle Calls," by Will Cook; "They're Trying Billy the Kid," by Edward Linn; "Dead Man's War!", by Robert Laguardia; "A Modern Mayan Myth," by Albert G. Schmidt ("Tucker's obsession with the lost temple treasure of Yucatan finally cost him his young wife--and stood to cost her lover his life on a sacrificial altar"); "The Man with the Licorice Stick," by Bruce Mitchell; "A Sight for Tired Eyes," with photos by Ed Lettau; "Without a Gun," by Dale Vincent; "The Double-Cross Filly," by Ted F. Parker; "'My Favorite Girl' Photo Contest"; "Private Mulvaney's Jungle Juice" (Book-Length Feature), by Robert Leckie ("Mush's home-brew could kill a horse, but who figured it would turn a gravel-throated Marine top-kick into an ever-loving buddy and make scrap iron out of a Japanese cannon"); "America's Last Pirate," by Les Hemingway.
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