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CHEERIO

Magazine
from
Netherlands

Ceased publication
Last updated:
20 April 2015

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Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
CONTENTS: 1952 1953 1954 1957 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1952 1953 1954 1957 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
9 listed issue(s)

Issue 129
July 1957

Special Bathing Issue.
There is a NINE page article all about sensual, sexy and burlesque actress DIANA DORS.
ABBE LANE, BRIGITTE BARDOT, RITA HAYWORTH.
Bathing beauties Marisa Allasio, Mamie van Doren, NATALIE WOOD, Terry Moore and Bob Wagner, Dolores Carlo, Rock Hudson, Etchika Choureau, Vera Miles, Randy Stuart, Barbara Ruick, Shirley Jones, Tab Hunter, Mary Murphy, Marjorie Hellen, Audie Murphy, Magda Miller, Janis Paige, very sexy Claude Benedetti, Janet Leigh, Tony Perkins, sensual Valerie Allen, Belinda Lee, Saundra Meek, Kathryn Grant, the Cypress Garden Aquamaids and Isabelle Corey.


Issue 96
October 1954

MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN on the cover, a very sexy Son of Sinbad actress NEJLA ATES, very seductive JAN STERLING and a photo of TAB HUNTER.
There is a NINE page article with lovely photos of American actor TAB HUNTER.
Full page photos of Simone Staerler, Anne Ford, Lili St Cyr, Jeff Chandler, Anitra Stevens, Mara Kim, Pat Crowley, Katherine Cassidy, Victor Mature.


Issue 87
January 1954

BARBARA PAYTON on the cover, RITA HAYWORTH photo from Miss Sadie Thompson and a sensual photo of KATHLEEN HUGHES.
There is an EIGHT page article with lovely photos of American actor MARLON BRANDO.
Photos of Patricia Wymore, Virginia Leith, Piper Laurie, Debra Paget, Judy Dan, Lina Romay, Susan Hayward, Stewart Granger, Terry Moore, Audie Murphy.


Issue 82
August 1953



Issue 81
July 1953



March 1953



Issue 71
September 1952



Issue 37


Issue 32

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