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    CLASSIC IMAGES/The 8mm Collector
    Page last updated:
    13 June 2015
    5 June 2015
    Subject: Retro,  
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Scott Matheson
    Retro, Monthly newspaper from Muscatine, United States published by Muscatine Journal,


    - First issue: 1962
    - 480 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - The "Golden Age" of Film and television.
    - Founder Samuel K. Rubin.
    - Started in 1962 as "The 8mm Collector" (later "The 8mm/16mm Collector", "Classic Film Collector").
    - Articles, interviews and reviews about popular stars and movies of the past.
    - Website: www.classicimages.com/index.html
    - From the same publisher: Films Of The Golden Age,

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