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Displaying 1 to 21 of 21 results matching your search for '"William von Riegen"'.
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[STORY] ["I want something that will attract only wealthy men."] / 0.15 pages (from US Liberty (MacFadden Books / MacFadden-Bartell Corporation, 1931 series) #v18#6 (February 8, 1941))
[STORY] ["Then after this big build-up about how much we mean to each other... guess what he sends me! Flowers!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v124#9 (August 27, 1949))
[STORY] ["Oh, we were just talking about international affairs, and quite suddenly he changed the subject"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v129#11 (March 15, 1952))
[STORY] ["He came over last night... ate up all my mother's cookies, drank two quarts of milk, stayed in the basement to help my father fix the lawn mower... and then had the nerve to thank me for the date!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v129#13 (March 29, 1952))
[STORY] ["I never read books... they make a movie out of it, and then you've simply wasted your time"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v129#14 (April 5, 1952))
[STORY] ["Of course, George is no William Holden... but he has a lot of financial appeal"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v129#15 (April 12, 1952))
[STORY] ["I saw Rudolph Valentino on television.... Mother must have been crazy!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v130#12 (September 20, 1952))
[STORY] ["It's not fair.... you're cheating more on your score than I am on mine!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v130#13 (September 27, 1952))
[STORY] ["It's from somebody I'm going to know"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v130#14 (October 4, 1952))
[STORY] ["Wouldn't you love to be lying on the beach, worrying about how much it was costing you?"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v131#1 (January 3, 1953))
[STORY] ["I go around in about six whistles, three wolf calls, eight invitations to have a drink, and five inquiries as to what I'll be doing tonight"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v131#3 (January 17, 1953))
[STORY] ["As long as I'm with you, darling, it doesn't matter where we live... on a yacht, or a penthouse, or a country estate. I don't care!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v131#9 (February 28, 1953))
[STORY] ["I think George is hinting I should come home. His last check bounced"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v133#5 (March 5, 1954))
[STORY] ["That Academy Award she got went to her head... now, she thinks she can act"] / 0.2 pages (from US Collier's (Collier's, 1888 series) #v133#7 (April 2, 1954))
[STORY] ["$47.50"] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v77#8 (August 1960))
[STORY] ["I'm not good enough for you, Gladys. Keep that in mind, will you?"] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#19 (May 13, 1961))
[STORY] ["I don't like any of them."] / 0.15 pages (from US McCall's (McCall Corporation, 1897 series) #v89#6 (March 1962))
[STORY] ["Just give me the rumor Agnes."] / 0.15 pages (from US McCall's (McCall Corporation, 1897 series) #v89#7 (April 1962))
[STORY] ["She's not home - would you care to leave a rumor?"] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v80#7 (September 1963))
[STORY] Best Cartoons of the Year / 90 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Dell, 1968 series) #0504 (April 1968))
[STORY] More Teen Power / More Teen Power / 126 pages (from US More Teen Power (Pyramid Books, 1970 series) #X2331 (September 1970))

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