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PHOTOPLAY
aka "Photoplay Film Monthly/Photoplay Film & Tv Scene/Photoplay Movies & Video"
The Magazine That Loves Movies
Fan! Magazine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1950-1989
- British version of Photoplay.
- Featured an equal mix of American and British films and stars.
- Was called "Photoplay Film Monthly" from February 1968 to January 1978.
- Was called "Photoplay Film & TV Scene" from February 1978 to October 1980.
- Was called just "Photoplay" from November 1980 to March 1981.
- Was called "Photoplay Movies & Video" from April 1981 to March 1989.
- Changed name and continued as Film Monthly in April 1989.
- Published by Argus Press Ltd.

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