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LE CINEMA CHEZ SOI
Revue Illustree Du Cinematographe De La Famille Et De L' Ecole
Magazine from France
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1955-1965
- "Cinema chez soi" means "Home cinema".
- Covered the first steps of amateur film: Educational films, scientific cinematography, technical matters, articles on projection, shooting, and new materials.
- Changed name to "CINEMA PRATIQUE CHEZ SOI" in 1961, and became "CINEMA PRATIQUE" in 1965.
- Published by Pathe

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13 December 2018

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COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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There are 54 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 54
Covers missing: None
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CONTENTS: 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 All GALLERIES: 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
1955

Issue 1
May
1955

Issue 2
1955

Issue 3
1955

Issue 4
1955
1956

Issue 5
February/March
1956

Issue 6
1956

Issue 7
1956

Issue 8
1956

Issue 9
1956
1957

Issue 10
1957

Issue 11
1957

Issue 12
1957

Issue 13
1957

Issue 14
1957

Issue 15
1957
1958

Issue 16
1958

Issue 17
1958

Issue 18
1958

Issue 19
1958

Issue 20
1958
1959

Issue 21
1959

Issue 22
1959

Issue 23
1959

Issue 24
1959

Issue 25/26
1959
1960

Issue 27
1960

Issue 28
1960

Issue 29
1960

Issue 30
1960

Issue 31
1960
1961

Issue 32
1961

Issue 33
1961

Issue 34
1961

Issue 35
1961

Issue 36
Autumn
1961

Issue 37
Winter
1961
1962

Issue 38
1962

Issue 39
1962

Issue 40
1962

Issue 41
1962

Issue 42
1962
1963

Issue 43
1963

Issue 44
1963

Issue 45
1963

Issue 46
1963

Issue 47
1963

Issue 48
1963

Issue 49
1963
1964

Issue 50
1964

Issue 51
1964

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