A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 15, 1970

COVERING show business," says Los Angeles Correspondent Sandra Burton, "is mostly a problem of logistics. Just when a star is most preoccupied with a film and least accessible—shooting on some remote location or on a closed sound stage—that's when you decide you must interview him. Because it's nearly impossible to get up earlier or work later than he does, it's difficult to see him before or after shooting. So interviewing has to be piecemeal—between takes, on planes, in cars."

Reporting this week's cover story on Film Director Mike Nichols was no exception for...

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