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EXHIBITORS HERALD AND MOVING PICTURE WORLD

- First and last issue: 1928-1930
- Early American trade journal.
- First issue in January 7, 1928, after the merger of Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World .
- Title changed to Exhibitors Herald World January 5, 1929. Again title changed to "Motion Picture Herald" in January 1931.
- Stopped circulation in 1973 as "QP Herald."
- Second covers refer to a Section 2 of the magazine.
- Published by Martin J. Quigley

Weekly
Trade Journal
from
Chicago
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
29 May 2015

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
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CONTENTS: 1928 1929 1930 GALLERIES: 1928 1929 1930 All DATABASE INFO
114 listed issue(s)

27 December 1930



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20 December 1930



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13 December 1930



6 December 1930



29 November 1930



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22 November 1930



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15 November 1930



8 November 1930



1 November 1930



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25 October 1930



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18 October 1930



11 October 1930



Contents

4 October 1930



27 September 1930



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20 September 1930



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13 September 1930



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6 September 1930



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30 August 1930



16 August 1930



9 August 1930



2 August 1930



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26 July 1930



19 July 1930



12 July 1930



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5 July 1930



29 March 1930



22 March 1930



15 March 1930



8 March 1930



1 March 1930



22 February 1930



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15 February 1930



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8 February 1930



1 February 1930



25 January 1930



18 January 1930



11 January 1930



4 January 1930



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28 December 1929



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21 December 1929


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