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    MOVIE STARS/Movie Stars Parade/Movie Stars Tv Close-Ups
    Page last updated:
    2 August 2015
    Subject: Fan!,  
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Scott Matheson
    Fan!, Monthly magazine from United States published by Ideal Publishing Corporation,


    - First issue: 1941
    - 474 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database.
    - Was called MOVIE STARS PARADE from 1941 to 1958.
    - Changed to "Movie Stars T V Close-Ups", and finally to "Movie Stars".
    - Ceased publication.
    - From the same publisher: Cinema Scene, Dracula, Hollywood Rebels, Intimate Lives Of Movie Stars, Modern Movies (ideal), Movie Life, Movie Pin-ups, Movie Thrills, Star Album, Super Star Heroes, Tv Star Parade, Tv-movie Men, Jackie, Tv Star,

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