KINOREVUE
Weekly Magazine from Prague ,Czechoslovakia
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1934-1945
- Domestic and foreign films, interviews with popular actors and actresses.
- In 1934-1936, editor was Czech film critic and actor Karel Smrz.
- From 1941 to 1945 it was pubished by the German publishing house Karl Curtius.
- The last issue was on 25 April 1945. Kino took its place after the war.

Last updated:
2020-11-19

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Stefan
Scott Matheson
Tim Kunev

COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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Listing is not complete, so it is not known what is missing.
There are 125 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 125
Covers missing: Not known
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CONTENTS: 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1943 1944 1945 All GALLERIES: 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1943 1944 1945 All

Issue 52
21 August 1935


Issue 51
14 August 1935


Issue 50
7 August 1935


Issue 49
31 July 1935


Issue 48
24 July 1935


Issue 47
17 July 1935


Issue 46
10 July 1935


Issue 45
3 July 1935


Issue 44
26 June 1935


Issue 43
19 June 1935


Issue 42
12 June 1935


Issue 41
5 June 1935


Issue 40
29 May 1935


Issue 39
22 May 1935


Issue 38
15 May 1935


Issue 37
8 May 1935


Issue 36
2 May 1935


Issue 35
24 April 1935


Issue 34
17 April 1935


Issue 33
10 April 1935


Issue 32
3 April 1935


Issue 31
27 March 1935


Issue 30
19 March 1935


Issue 29
12 March 1935


Issue 28
5 March 1935


Issue 27
27 February 1935


Issue 26
20 February 1935


Issue 25
13 February 1935


Issue 24
6 February 1935


Issue 23
30 January 1935


Issue 22
23 January 1935


Issue 21
15 January 1935


Issue 20
9 January 1935


Issue 19
2 January 1935


Issue 13
21 November 1935


Issue 9
24 October 1935


Issue 8
17 October 1935


Issue 7
10 October 1935


Issue 6
3 October 1935


Issue 5
26 September 1935

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