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BUBBLEGUM
The Fanzine Of The Bizarre, The Beautiful & The Fantastic
Fanzine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication


- First issue: 1996
- The weird and wonderful side of independent and b-movie filmmaking.
- Editor: Elisar Cabrera
- A4, 24 pages.

Last updated:
12 April 2010

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CONTENTS: 1996 1997 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1996 1997 All (There are undated issues)

Issue 3
Winter 1997
The Gail Harris Fan Club: Recent News
Vending Machine: TV News including Conan, The Hunger & More
Netwatch: ReelDV8
Foil Wrap: Scream Queens Til The End
Sugar Free: Raindance '96 & The Festival of Fantastic Films
Sugar Free Special Report: F**k Production Values by John Bentham at Raindance '96
King-ky Movies: Random Rantings of a Celluloid Sociopath by Richard King
The Gail Harris Fan Club: The Making of Alien Escape by Gail Harris
Stick of Gum: 'If Don Juan Were A Woman' : Bardot & Birkin, Their Controversial Erotic Nude Scene
Minty Fresh: Reviews of Crash, Attack of the 60 foot Centerfold, Lord of Illusions, A Very Brady Sequel, The Craft, The Stendahl Syndrome
Ingredients: Episode Guide To The Simpsons Season 2


Issue 2


Issue 1
Spring 1996
Strawberry Flavour: Pamela Anderson
The Vending Machine: News you can chew
Matt Devlen interview
Classic movies revisited: Barbarella
A Star Struck Film Fan in La-La-Land
Foil Wrap: scenes from the underground
Lois and Clark season 3 episode guide

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