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SCREEN AND RADIO WEEKLY

- First and last issue: 1935-1948
- A weekly section of daily newspapers like "The Atlanta Constitution", "The Milwaukee Journal", The Detroit Free Press", and others.

Weekly
Magazine
from
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
30 May 2017
1 March 2013

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1941 1944 1945 GALLERIES: 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1941 1944 1945 All DATABASE INFO
50 listed issue(s)

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25 June 1944



10 August 1941



17 December 1939



11 June 1939



28 May 1939



28 August 1938



14 August 1938



16 January 1938



2 January 1938



12 December 1937



17 October 1937



10 October 1937



12 September 1937



29 August 1937



18 July 1937



11 July 1937



6 June 1937



23 May 1937

Cover: Francis Kay
It's Fun to be Dumb by Stuart Erwin
Design for living apart by Mary Jacobs about Ozzie Nelson and wife Harriet Hilliard
Spring Cleaning by Grace Grandville with pictures of Gertrude Niesen adn Margaret Lindsay
Misunderstoon Lady by Lyle Rooks about Kay Francis
Love is an art by Charles Wales with pictures of Robert Taylor with Barbara Stanwyck and Randolph Scott with Irene Dunn
Reviews of New Films by The Boulevardier
Night Must Fall
photo of Robert Montgomery
Turn off the moon
Wings over Honolulu
Kid Galahad
Oswald's Boss, Ken Murray by Virginia Lindsey


28 March 1937



27 December 1936

Cover: Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor from the movie "Camille"


26 September 1936



29 August 1936



8 August 1936



28 June 1936



21 June 1936



20 June 1936



13 June 1936



31 May 1936



17 May 1936



7 March 1936



1 March 1936



25 January 1936



18 January 1936



4 January 1936



28 December 1935



21 December 1935



14 December 1935



7 December 1935



1 December 1935


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