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Motion Picture Magazine

Motion Picture Magazine was an American magazine for movie fans published in the early 20th century. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

Motion Picture Magazine began in 1911 as The Motion Picture Story Magazine. The name was shortened to Motion Picture Magazine beginning with the March 1914 issue. The first copyright-renewed issue is January 1944 (v. 66 no. 6). The first copyright-renewed contribution is from April 1935. (More details) It was known as "Motion Picture-Hollywood" for some of the early 1940s, and "Motion Picture and Television Magazine" in the early 1950s. The magazine ran until 1977.

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