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THE FILM STAR WEEKLY
Weekly Magazine from London ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1932-1935
- Was called "The Film Star Weekly and Girls' Cinema" for the first 7 issues (26 November 1932 - 7 January 1933).
- After 149 issues it incorporated with Picture Show.

Last updated:
28 June 2018

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Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
Brian Poynton
Al Primon

COVERS FOUND & MISSING
Info from the Database
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There are 149 issues listed in the database

Info from the Cover Gallery
Covers found: 110
Covers missing: 39
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CONTENTS: 1932 1933 1934 1935 All GALLERIES: 1932 1933 1934 1935 All

Issue 110
29 December 1934


Issue 109
22 December 1934


Issue 108
15 December 1934


Issue 107
8 December 1934


Issue 106
1 December 1934


Issue 105
24 November 1934


Issue 104
17 November 1934


Issue 103
10 November 1934


Issue 102
3 November 1934


Issue 101
27 October 1934


Issue 100
20 October 1934


Issue 99
13 October 1934


Issue 98
6 October 1934


Issue 97
29 September 1934


Issue 96
22 September 1934


Issue 95
15 September 1934


Issue 94
8 September 1934


Issue 93
1 September 1934


Issue 92
25 August 1934


Issue 91
18 August 1934


Issue 90
11 August 1934


Issue 89
4 August 1934


Issue 88
28 July 1934


Issue 87
21 July 1934


Issue 86
14 July 1934


Issue 85
7 July 1934


Issue 84
30 June 1934


Issue 83
23 June 1934


Issue 82
16 June 1934


Issue 81
9 June 1934


Issue 80
2 June 1934


Issue 79
26 May 1934


Issue 78
19 May 1934


Issue 77
12 May 1934


Issue 76
5 May 1934


Issue 75
28 April 1934


Issue 74
21 April 1934


Issue 73
14 April 1934


Issue 72
Vol 3 # 72
7 April 1934


Issue 71
31 March 1934

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