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PREVUE


- Began in November 1972 as Mediascene.
- Published by writer-artist-historian Jim Steranko.
- A source of showbiz news, views, and previews.

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United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
11 March 2013

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52 listed issue(s)

Issue 65
1986

ALL-STAR INTERVIEW ISSUE! Robert Redford; Jack Nicholson; Kurt Russell; Aliens director James Cameron; Walter Matthau; Tony Perkins; Lois Hamilton; Karen Black; Under the Cherry Moon's Kristin Scott Thomas; Richard Chamberlain in The Lost City of Gold; Madonna and Sean Penn in Shanghai Surprise; Wendy O. Williams in Reform School Girls; Robert DeNiro in The Mission; Lois Hamilton cover


Issue 64
1986

BATTLE OF THE CINEMA STARS! Showdown: Stallone vs. Schwarzenegger; Tom Cruise in Legend; Kurt Russell in Big Trouble in Little China; Rob Lowe and Demi Moore in About Last Night; Charles Bronson in Murphy's Law; David Bowie in Absolute Beginners; James Woods in Salvador; Melanie Griffith in Cherry 2000; Laurene Landon: rapid-fire rap; Angel Tompkins interview; Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive; Invaders From Mars.


Issue 63
1986

ALL-WOMAN ISSUE! Sybil Danning cover and photo layout; intimate conversation with Meryl Streep; Kathleen Turner goes wild; Wendy O. Williams: skull-ripping rap; Caroline Munro close-up; Glenn Close on stardom's edge; Mariel Hemingway reaches for her legend; Sylvia Kristel as Mata Hari; Daryl Hannah in Clan of the Cave Bear; Lee Marvin, Chuck Norris in The Delta Force; Rutger Hauer in The Hitcher.

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