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Esquire 1
Esquire 1

Magazine ESQUIRE Sept. 2002 ED NORTON FIENNES KELLITA SMITH

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Issue Type: Monthly Issue Subject: Men Month: September Publication Name: Esquire Publication Year: 2002 "The Magazine for Men" -- Including all the great writers, illustrators, pictorials, vintage advertisements, fashion and more -- Exclusive MORE MAGAZINES detailed content description, below! Issue Date: September 2002; Vol 138, No 3 ON THE COVER: EDWARD NORTON and RALPH FIENNES Photographed exclusively for Esquire by Norman Jean Roy. Plus: Remember September 11. Secrets of Style. INSET: EMILY PROCTOR: A woman we love. Title Page: Photograph by Stephen Danellan. The photographs below were captured by a New York City Fire Department photographer. The top one was made during the period after the planes hit but before the towers collapsed. It was taken from a pedestrian bridge that connected the World Trade Center to the World Financial Center across the street: the brldge remnants can be seen In the second photo. All fire, police. and emergency vehicles were destroyed by the falling North lbwer. Virtually all who remained in the area perished. September In the first few days and weeks after September 11, a makeshift civilization grew amid the ruins at Ground Zero. Made up of tribes of cops and fire-fighters, doctors and laborers, shocked volunteers and dazed sunivors-dike the author -- it was a weirdly productive but closed world where people could lose themselves for a while in the noise and work and acres ofmess. A story ofheroes, scavengers, spontaneous leaders, ghoulish opportunists, and endless piles oftrash. By C. J. Chivers. PORTRAIT OF THE ACTOR AS TWO MEN -- Separate but parallel interviews with two formidable actors, EDWARD NORTON and RALPH FIENNES, who face off against each other -- and Hannibal Lecter -- in the upcorning Red-Dragon. BY BILL ZEHME. Here Comes Kellita! -- An interlude with Bernie Mac's beautiful and buttoned-up straight woman, KELLITA SMITH, who tells us who she likes in the NBA, what she bought when she hit it big, and why she's always in trouble with wardrobe: "Yeah, honey. I work out. I gotta show that off". THE FINAL DAYS OF GARY CONDIT -- America's most silent public man knows what you want him to say. At home with Gary Condit as he faces the last election night of his life. BY MIKE SAGER. WHAT I'VE LEARNED: ELVIS PRESLEY From rare unpublished interviews, the King on fried foods, flashy clothes, cars, sports, trouble, and women: "I wouldn't call girls a hobby. It's a pastime". ROOSTER AT THE HITCHIN' POST -- They never thought they'd see the day, but the guests are assembled, the dogs a re on leash, and the psychic is ready. Welcome to a Sedans family wedding. BY DAVID BEDARIS. A WOMAN WE LOVE: EMILY PROCTOR. [Text, plus NICE full page photo!] Magazine is COMPLETE and in VERY GOOD condition (see photo), Approx 8 1/2" X 11" Standard magazine Format. Vintage Esquire magazines are more and more sought after as time goes by, and they are getting more scarce on the market!
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