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SILVER SCREEN
Reflecting The Magic Of Hollywood

- First and last issue: November 1930- May 1977
- American 'fan Magazine' .
- Combined with Screenland since 1971.
- Published by "J. Fred Henry Publications", later by "Affiliated Magazines" and later by "Popular Library".
- NO ISSUES FROM SEPTEMBER 1954 UNTIL FEBRUARY 1955. Thereafter, bimonthly until January 1968.
- Published by POPULAR LIBRARY INC.

Fan!
Monthly
Magazine
from
New York
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
1 May 2017

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Vol 49 # 3 May 1977

A Special Presentation by Vincent (The Fly) Price, The Originals by Bob Shelly, The Creatures by Mike Mirolla, The Giants by H.J. Kirchhoff, The Occult by Rod Davies, and more.


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