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The Journal Of America's Film Heritage
Magazine from Kansas City ,United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1976-1984
- Published Bimonthly by the National Film Society.
- "From 1974 to the mid-1980s, the National Film Society held a prestigious place in the entertainment industry, producing a heavily attended annual convention of filmmakers, actors, scholars, collectors, film archivists and enthusiasts alike. In addition, the society produced a bimonthly publication, American Classic Screen, which highlighted filmmakers from the past and present and gave film historians and enthusiasts a forum for education and discussion." (www.oscars.org)
- Published by American Classic Screen

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There are 43 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 40
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CONTENTS: 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 All GALLERIES: 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 All

Issue 25
Vol Vol 5 #1 January/February 1980

Issue 24
Vol 4 #6 November/December 1980

Issue 23
Vol 4 #5 September/October 1980

Issue 22
Vol 4 #4 July/August 1980

Issue 21
Vol 4 #3 Spring/May/June 1980
Disney's Gremlins: An Unfinished Story (article by John Cawley); Kubrick, KILLER'S KISS, THE KILLING and Film Noir (article by Fr. Gene Phillips); In All Its Splendor (article by Jim Welsh); Tracking The Score (article by Dr. Charles Berg); Seymour Stern: American Film Critic, Guardian And Prophet (article by Ira H. Gallen); Sam Peckinpah And The "Post-Western" (article by Joseph Gomez); Murder Will Out: A Life And Death Of William Desmond Taylor (article by Robert Young Jr.); The Salisbury Conference (report by Jim Welsh); Book Reviews: including "Frances Farmer: Shadowland" by William Arnold.

Issue 20
Vol 4 #2 February/March/April 1980
Special Western Issue

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