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MOVIE PICTORIAL
Fan! Magazine from United States
Ceased publication


- First issue: 1913
- Large format, lavishly illustrated.
- Started as a weekly.
- On 1 October 1914 it started being fortnightly, but only for 2 issues.
- In November 1914 it changed publishers and became monthly.

Last updated:
15 August 2019

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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 1914 1915 GALLERIES: 1914 1915 All

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Editorial


15 October 1914


1 October 1914


19 September 1914


12 September 1914


5 September 1914


29 August 1914


22 August 1914


15 August 1914


8 August 1914


1 August 1914


25 July 1914


18 July 1914


11 July 1914


4 July 1914
Stills from The Million Dollar Mystery (and full page ad) with Florence La Badie, Kalem's In Wolf's Clothing with Alice Joyce, American's Feast and Famine with Vivian Rich. Features on producer Jesse L Lasky, producer Sigmund Lubin, actor Richard C Travers of Essany, actress Kathlyn Williams, actor Hobart Bosworth, outlaw Al Jennings (who played himself in the biopic of his exploits. Reviews of Cabiria, one of the first 'epics', the first color full-length feature The World, the Flesh and the Devil and DW Griffith's The Escape. Plus "West Coast Studio Jottings" (reminding us that there were still East Coast Studios in 1914) and "Eastern Studio News" and "Answers to Questions about Plays and Players" - meaning photoplays of course. The "Players Birthday Calendar" lists between 6 and 12 stars for each day, suggesting that there were already some 3,000 people famous enough in movies for their birthdays to be worthy of note. And this only three years after the studios had first started releasing names of their hitherto anonymous players!


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20 June 1914


13 June 1914


6 June 1914


30 May 1914


23 May 1914
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