"Collier's today is a medium of advertising which sells 2,750,000 copies a week and challenges the Saturday Evening Post's long leadership in the mass-circulation field. Weekly it dispenses a dependable quota of murderous fictional villains and young women in shorts and halters, with long, slim athletic legs, vibrantly in love with young men who have long slim legs, hair on their chests and a wallop in each fist. Collier's staff writers dash over land and sea by airplane to get hot news stories that will appear on the newsstands not sooner than four or five weeks later, with facts boiled down into glittering stories of personalities in action- Hollywood fluffies, heavyweights, ski jumpers, war lords and statesmen".
The magazine went belly-up in 1957.
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