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Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1961-1975
- Founded by Daryl A. Davy, thereafter edited by Leonard Maltin.
- Published by Leonard Maltin
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There are 110 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 109
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CONTENTS: 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 GALLERIES: 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 All

Issue 168
June 1975

Issue 167
May 1975

Issue 166
April 1975

Issue 165
March 1975

Issue 164
February 1975

Issue 163
January 1975

Issue 162
December 1974
Featuring: George Zucco & his films and ASIFA (International Animated Film Society)

Issue 161
November 1974

Issue 160
October 1974
A jam-packed issue! Veteran character actor Richard Haydn is profiled by Doug McClelland, complete with a Haydn filmography. Kirk Crivello celebrates The Goldwyn Girls, the chorine beauties who counted Betty Grable and Paulette Goddard among their numbers; wonderful photos complement the fact-filled article. Marilyn Henry interviews the matchless Mel Torme and Leonard Maltin revisits rare movies from RKO.

Issue 159
September 1974

Issue 157/158
July/August 1974

Issue 156
June 1974
Geraldine Fitzgerald is profiled by David Rode, with great photos and a complete filmography. Memories of Lowell Sherman from Ken Murray. Leonard Maltin's interview with Jackie Cooper, covering his years with Our Gang and beyond. Book reviews and more.

Issue 155
May 1974

Issue 154
April 1974
Cover photo: Dwight Frye in Dracula. Inside: Dwight Frye career article by James T. Coughlin with photos and filmography... A look back at The Great Gatsby (1949) by Marilyn Henry... Jayne Meadows career article/interview with photos and filmography by Doug McClelland... an installment of RKO Revisited by Leonard Maltin.

Issue 153
March 1974
Dan Dailey is profiled by J. E. Albert, with interview quotes, photos, and filmography. Former child star Darryl Hickman is the subject of Doug McClelland's piece, which also includes a filmography. David Rode remembers Austrian actress Helene Thimig, Leonard revisits rare 1930s films from RKO, reviews on films books and more!

Issue 152
February 1974

Issue 151
January 1974

Issue 150
December 1973

Issue 149
November 1973
The unforgettable Carole Landis is remembered by Kirk Crivello, with photos and a complete filmography. A salute to the PBS series 'The Men Who Made the Movies,' with great photos. Unforgettable character actress Maude Eburne stars in Doug McClelland's appreciative article. Book reviews and more.

Issue 148
October 1973
Cover photo: John Carradine. Inside: John Carradine career article with photos and filmography by Gregory Mank... an installment of RKO Revisited by Leonard Maltin, with reviews and photos of rare 1930s films... profile/interview of veteran costumer Sheila O'Brien by David Chierichetti, including rare photos of Sheila with Lana Turner and Joan Crawford... a toast to character actress Mary Field by Doug McClelland.

Issue 147
September 1973

Issue 145/146
July/August 1973

Issue 144
June 1973
Popeye the Sailor Man stars in a lengthy feature by Leonard Maltin reviewing the cartoon character's long career, with rare artwork and a filmography. Leonard also profiles film favorite Lee Patrick based on an interview with the woman who was Effie to Humphrey Bogart's Sam Spade in The Maltese Falcon. Book reviews and more.

Issue 143
May 1973

Issue 142
April 1973
Fats Waller is pictured for Leonard Maltin's feature on 'Soundies', the early film version of music videos, complete with a selected index of soundies and recollections by the co-founder of the company, songwriter Sam Coslow. Ruth Roman is profiled by Don Stanke, with photos and filmography included. Al Raker and Doug McClelland contribute a piece on British sparkler Virginia Field. Film Clips, book reviews, and more.

Issue 141
March 1973

Issue 140
February 1973

Issue 139
January 1973

Issue 138
December 1972
A rare interview with Madge Evans - child star, stage actress and movie star of the 30s - complete with rare photos and a filmography by Richard E. Braff. Get the inside scoop on A Tribute to Joan Crawford held at Wesleyan University in November, 1972. Plus veteran soundman Edward Bernds on the highs and lows of recording sound for movies - back at the beginning of talkies!

Issue 137
November 1972

Issue 136
October 1972
Suave George Brent is featured in an article by Fred Watkins, with rare photos and a Brent filmography. A rare interview with early musical star Vivienne Segal by Anthony Slide. William Boyd photos, book reviews, and more!

Issue 135
September 1972

Issue 133/134
July/August 1972
The 11th Anniversary Issue of FFM features David Chierichetti's appreciation of Dorothy Lamour, Eric Spilker's lament on the state of Technicolor in the 70s, Denis Gifford's diary of the first World Festival of Animated Films at Zagreb. Plus director H. C. Potter's inside story on The Cowboy and the Lady with Gary Cooper and Merle Oberon, a complete rundown of the Torchy Blane films, MGM Revisited by Leonard Maltin and more!

Issue 132
June 1972
Featuring: Will Rogers & Robert Douglas

Issue 131
May 1972

Issue 130
April 1972

Issue 129
March 1972

Issue 128
February 1972

Issue 127
January 1972

Issue 126
December 1971
Leonard Maltin celebrates the reissue of The Gang's All Here starring the inimitable Carmen Miranda. Doug McClelland admires actress Irene Hervey; photos and filmography are included. Plus Leonard Maltin salutes Robert Florey in 'Directors on TV', with rare photos from Florey's collection and recollections of making The Twilight Zone and other memorable shows. Book review, and more.

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