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MOTION PICTURE
Fan! Monthly Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1914-1977 December
- The first 'fan magazine' ever.
- Launched in 1911 by Eugene V. Brewster and was called The Motion Picture Story Magazine.
- Later, March 1914, was renamed Motion Picture Magazine.
- Combined with Hollywood Magazine in April 1941.
- Incorporated SCREEN LIFE in 1941.
- Published by Brewster Publications Inc., Fawcett Publications

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