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MOTION PICTURE CLASSIC
aka "Motion Picture Supplement"
Fan! Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1915-1931
- Started as "Motion Picture Supplement".
- Took the name "Motion Picture Classic" in December 1915 (to April 1922).
- Title changed to "Classic" in September 1922 (to January 1924).
- Was called "Classic Pictorial of Screen and Stage" from February to August 1924.
- Then again "Motion Picture Classic".
- Absorbed Shadowland in November 1923.
- Became Movie Classic in September 1931.
- Published by Brewster Publications Inc.

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