The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Julie Walters and Tom Courtenay cover (1 April 1984)
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Good condition - yellowing to page edges - some light wear - some light creasing to page corners and light age wear to spine
SIR JOHN GIELGUD - "Man of the Week" three-quarter page
JULIE WALTERS - Acclaimed on all sides, actress Julie Walters is likely to win an Oscar when the awards are made in Hollywood next week. How is she enjoying her success? Two and a half pages
BARKING UP THE FAMILY TREE - Could a small terrier in the Midlands be a lone descendant of the Volkshund, the Nazi "People's Dog", promoted by Hitler as a racially-pure household pet? We trace the adventures of Anna, and her unusual pedigree Two and a half pages
A RUN FOR THEIR MONEY - Big business has entered the Olympics arena. This summer's Games will be unlike any which have gone before. Why is this so? We report 4 pages
LORD OF THE MANORS AND MONUMENTS - "This is the culmination of everything I started at Beaulieu", says Lord Montagu of his new appointment as Chairman of the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission. We meet the enterprising stately-home owner Three and a quarter pages