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SCREEN PLAY
aka "SO THIS IS PARIS/SCREEN SECRETS/SCREEN PLAY SECRETS"
Fan! Monthly Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1925-1937
- Scandals, gossip, movie and theatre news.
- Name changes:
- "So This is Paris and Hollywood" from March 1925 to March 1926.
- "Paris and Hollywood" from April 1926 to June 1927.
- "Paris and Hollywood Screen Secrets" from July 1927 to March 1928.
- "Screen Secrets" from April 1928 to March 1930.
- "Screen Play Secrets" from April 1930 to September 1931.
- "Screen Play" from October 1931 to September 1937.
- Merged with SCREEN BOOK in October 1937 (which became Screen Life in 1940).
- Published by Fawcett Publications

Last updated:
19 October 2015

Recent updates13 September 2015

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Scott Matheson

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There are 151 issues listed in the database

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