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TODAY'S CINEMA
aka "The Cinema/Cinema News and Property Gazette/ The Daily Cinema/CINEMA TV TODAY/To-day's Cinema"
The Paper Of The Entertainment Industry
Newspaper from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1912-1975
- Started as "Today's Cinema: News and Property Gazette". It was published 3 times per week.
- The Wednesday's issues were called "The Cinema News and Property Gazette".
- After incorporating Daily Film Renter in 1957 the name changed to "The Daily Cinema" (published five - later three - times per week, 11 November 1957 - 23 December 1968, issues # 7.901 to # 9.616.
- Continued as: Today's Cinema (1 January 1969 - 13 November 1971, # 9.617 to # 9.955).
- Incorporating Kine Weekly since 1971.
- Continued as: Cinema TV Today (20 November 1971 - 30 August 1975, # 9.956 to # 10.149). Printed by Metchin & Son Ltd, Westminster, London in the early 1970s.
- Incorporated with Screen International in September 1975.
- Published by Cinema Press Ltd, Proprietors Cinema Press LTD

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1948

Issue 5617
3 March
1948

Issue 5625
23 March
1948

Issue 5620
1948

Issue 5642
4 May
1948

Issue 5647
14 May
1948

4 July
1948

November
1948

8 December
1948

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