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    PHOTOPLAY
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    Fan!, Magazine from New York, United States published by MacFadden Publications Inc.,

    - First and last issue: 1911-1980
    - 847 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - The magazine that represents the Golden Age of the Hollywood studio system during the 1930s and '40s.
    - First issue was published in Chicago.
    - In 1915 James R. Quirk became editor and he gave to Photoplay the form and format of a 'fan magazine': glamorous coverage of the movie world.
    - Merged with Movie Mirror in 1941.
    - Merged with TV-Radio Mirror in 1977.
    - After it ceased publication, in 1980, its staff were moved to US magazine.
    - Ceased publication.
    - From the same publisher: Movie Magazine, Movie Weekly, True Experiences, True Love And Romance, True Romances, True Story,

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    Issue #828
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    May/June 1980
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    Issue #827
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    April 1980
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    Issue #826
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    March 1980
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    Issue #825
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    February 1980
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    Issue #823/824
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    Dec.79/January 1980
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