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Cinema: Periodicals

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Cine-Tracts, A Journal of Film and Cultural Studies (Winter 1981) [whole issue no. 12] The Film Body, (Mellencamp, Patricia, ed.)
21 (Mellencamp, Patricia, ed.) Cine-Tracts, A Journal of Film and Cultural Studies (Winter 1981) [whole issue no. 12] The Film Body
Montreal Cine-Tracts 1981 NO (Vol. 3, No. 4) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, the faintest bit of soiling to mostly-white covers]. (B&W photographs) "The Film Body" is the theme of the issue. Contents: "Made in the Fade" by Patricia Mellencamp; "Film Body: An Implantation of Perversions" by Linda Williams; "The Economics of U.S. Film Exhibition Policy and Practice" by Douglas Gomery; "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: Conditions of Reception" by Michael Budd; "Theatre and Cinema: The Scopic Drive, The Detestable Screen, and More of the Same" by Herbert Blau. 
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Cinema [magazine] (issue no. 31) (Spring 1972) [Preston Sturges special supplement], (Schrader, Paul, ed.)
22 (Schrader, Paul, ed.) Cinema [magazine] (issue no. 31) (Spring 1972) [Preston Sturges special supplement]
Beverly Hills CA Spectator International 1972 NO (Vol. 7, No. 2) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, faint handling wear only]. (B&W photographs) The primary feature of this issue is a center section devoted to the work of writer/director Preston Sturges. Also: a discussion/analysis of STRAW DOGS (Sam Peckinpah); a joint discussion of Arrabal's VIVA LA MUERTE ("a wretched failure of a film") and Alejandro Jodorowsky's EL TOPO ("the fevered work of a genuinely audacious imagination"); a couple of articles devoted to Akira Kurosawa's DODES'KA-DEN, including an interview with the director and a black-and-white reproduction of a poster for the film, drawn by him; a "Guide to Christian Metz" (then the Next Big Star of film analysis, God help us); a discussion of LE BOUCHER (Claude Chabrol); reviews of THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE (Walon Green) and TRASH (Paul Morrisey); and a discussion (with bibliography) of the critical writings of Raymond Durgnat. 
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Kaleidoscope - Vol. 2, No. 2 (1966) [cover: Buster Crabbe in FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE], (Shay, Don, and Ray Cabana Jr., eds.)
23 (Shay, Don, and Ray Cabana Jr., eds.) Kaleidoscope - Vol. 2, No. 2 (1966) [cover: Buster Crabbe in FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE]
East Longmeadow MA Ray Cabana, Jr. (c.1966) (Vol. 2, No. 2) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[minor handling wear only, slight age-toning to covers]. (B&W photographs, graphics) This entire issue of this serious-minded (but short-lived) movie fanzine is devoted to actor Buster Crabbe -- famous to movie serial audiences of the 1930s as both Flash Gordon AND Buck Rogers (what are the odds?), and who also was an Olympic gold medalist AND one of the many screen Tarzans -- who is described in an introductory note as "the childhood hero of at least half of our staff." An exclusive interview with Crabbe takes up most of the magazine, which also includes a detailed filmography. An indispensible item for any serious Crabbeian (you know who you are). 
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Cinema [magazine] (July 1964) [cover: Sue Lyon], (Silke, James R., ed.)
24 (Silke, James R., ed.) Cinema [magazine] (July 1964) [cover: Sue Lyon]
Hollywood CA Spectator International 1964 (Vol. 2, No. 2) Magazine Near Fine 
[no significant wear, very light soiling to covers]. (B&W photographs) The feature stories in this issue are: Charlton Heston's BEN-HUR diaries; "What is a Film?" by director Samuel Fuller; and an article about old-time character actors. Includes pictorial features on John Ford's CHEYENNE AUTUMN, Martin Ritt's THE OUTRAGE, and Jack Cardiff's THE LONG SHIPS, and a "picture essay" on actress Sue Lyon, with photography by William Claxton (who also did the cover shot). There are several pages of various news bits relating to international cinema (with pages devoted exclusively to France, Italy and Japan), and brief reviews of about a dozen films, among them THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE, Ingmar Bergman's THE SILENCE, BECKET, FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE and THE CARPETBAGGERS. 
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Cinema [magazine] (June-July 1963) [cover: Ursula Andress], (Silke, James R., ed.)
25 (Silke, James R., ed.) Cinema [magazine] (June-July 1963) [cover: Ursula Andress]
Hollywood CA Spectator International [1963] (Vol. 1, No. 4) Magazine Very Good 
[some rubbing to covers, a few annotations on one page]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: an interview with Sam Peckinpah, focusing on RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY; an interview with Shelley Winters regarding her experience filming THE BALCONY and her reaction to the finished film ("I wish they'd lose the negative"); a short article by Harold J. Mirisch about the production of Billy Wilder's IRMA LA DOUCE; an interview with Italian director Franco Rossi; a pictorial feature on Ursula Andress (with photographs by her then-husband John Derek); a discussion of the career of director Tod Browning; and an interview with Japanese director Masaki Kobayashi. There are film-related news blurbs from the international film scene, and brief reviews of 16 current features (including LAWRENCE OF ARABIA and THE GREAT ESCAPE). Worth noting is that photographer William Claxton is listed as a "contributing editor," and his photos illustrate the Shelley Winters and Franco Rossi interviews. 
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Cinema [magazine] (October-November 1964) [cover: Jackie Lane], (Silke, James R., ed.)
26 (Silke, James R., ed.) Cinema [magazine] (October-November 1964) [cover: Jackie Lane]
Northridge CA Spectator International 1964 NO (Vol. 2, No. 3) Periodical Very Good+ 
[some rubbing to covers, minor edgewear]. (B&W photographs) A real potpourri of an issue, reflecting (somewhat haphazardly) the editor's stated ambition to put out "the most current, stylish and valid magazine on movies in the world." Included here: a first-hand report (by editor Silke) of the production of Sam Peckinpah's MAJOR DUNDEE; a "photographic reminiscence" of Gary Cooper, accompanied by an article considering whether he was a great actor or a great star personality (verdict: both); a two-page illustrated profile of actress Jackie Lane (the cover girl), "a modern vamp" then appearing in ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES; an interview with director Fred Zinnemann, about his new film BEHOLD A PALE HORSE; a rather odd photo feature entitled "You Are Cordially Invited To Attend An Orgy," by Peggy Moffitt, illustrated entirely with shots of silent-era stars such as Rudolph Valentino and Betty Blythe in various exotic get-ups. There are several pages of various news bits relating to international cinema (mostly, it seems, as an excuse to a flaunt a little 60s-style cheesecake), and a number of film reviews, including a longish one of Alfred Hitchcock's MARNIE by Peter Bogdanovich. [For collector-completists, please note that this is the *real* Volume 2, Number 3; the next issue had the same designation, in error, on its front cover.] 
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Cinema [magazine] [1962] [first issue], (Silke, James R., ed.)
27 (Silke, James R., ed.) Cinema [magazine] [1962] [first issue]
Hollywood CA James R. Silke [1962] NO (Vol. 1, No. 1) Periodical Very Good 
[some scuffing/rubbing to covers, moderate wear along spine, very slight damage at very top of spine; still a decent, clean copy]. (B&W photographs, graphics) The debut issue of what eventually (after some growing pains and various format changes) became one of the leading American critical film journals of its day, producing a total of 36 issues before petering out in the mid-1970s. The first issue looks more than a bit tentative, however; an editorial note describes it as "a graphic magazine of information on the diverse world of film entertainment," but its graphic design overwhelms its very thin editorial content. The features of this issue, such as they are, are primarily pictorial: "On Location with LAWRENCE OF ARABIA"; "The Pagan Bardot," a rather silly feature with drawings (by Guy Deel) of Brigitte Bardot costumed (or not) as various legendary ladies (Cleopatra, Theodora, Venus, etc.); a 7-page spread on EL CID; a two-page spread about John Cassavetes, with a few pithy quotes but not much else; a pictorial feature on the women characters' costumes in KING OF KINGS; brief "previews" of 16 upcoming releases. It's worth mentioning that noted photographer William Claxton is credited on the masthead as "Feature Photographer," although the magazine contains only one photograph (a sort of artsy shot of Cassavetes) attributed to him. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (April 1978) [cover: Houdini], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
28 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (April 1978) [cover: Houdini]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1978 NO (Vol. III, No. 6) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, with just light handling wear, slight bump at top of spine; no marks of any kind, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) The cover story, "The Magician and the Movies" by Erik Barnouw, discusses how old-time magicians "created moving images [and] prepared audiences for the magic of movies." Other feature articles include: "Producers and Publishers: The Book Brothers," about the various linkages (artistic and commercial) between books and movies; "Growing Up with Gloria Jean," a reminiscence by critic Andrew Sarris about "the days when going to the movies was an outing with the family"; a profile of Joseph L. Mankiewicz; an article about the then-current rash of West German films about the Third Reich. The "Dialogue on Film" is with producer/director Sydney Pollack. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (December-January 1977) [cover: KING KONG], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
29 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (December-January 1977) [cover: KING KONG]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1977 NO (Vol. II, No. 3) Magazine Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, a little wear along spine; no marks, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) Feature articles include: two articles keyed to the KING KONG cover ("Will King Kong Rescue De Laurentiis?," about the remake; "Merian C. Cooper: First King of Kong," by Ron Haver, about the creation of the original 1933 classic); profile of filmmaker Marcel Ophuls; article about the CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes"; an article by veteran writer Samson Raphaelson, "Sonny, Cher, and Me," about his unexpected obsession with the pair's variety show. The "Dialogue on Film" is with producers Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler, and there is a review by Joseph McBride of David Yallop's book "The Day the Laughter Stopped," about the Fatty Arbuckle case. Also includes an index to Volume I of the magazine. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (December-January 1978 [cover: Nicola Pagett in "Anna Karenina"], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
30 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (December-January 1978 [cover: Nicola Pagett in "Anna Karenina"]
Washington DC The American Film Institute (c.1977) NO (Vol. III, No. 3) Magazine Very Good 
[nice clean copy, with a couple of small tears adjacent to the lower staple, resulting in a very slight pulling-away of the cover at the spine (although it's still well attached)]. (B&W/color photographs) Feature articles include: "The Legacy of 'Masterpiece Theatre'" (the cover story); a speculative article about the potential for home viewing of newly-released movies; an article about director Don Siegel; "The RKO Years: Orson Welles and Howard Hughes" by Ron Haver (the conclusion of a 2-part article); "The Moyers Style," an article about Bill Moyers's work for "CBS Reports"; David Thomson's ruminations on how movie stars' images are affected by their (often phony) names. The "Dialogue on Film" is with director Peter Bogdanovich. Column entries include an examination of the hot-and-cold enthusiasm of Pauline Kael for the films of Robert Altman, and reminscences about songwriter Johnny Mercer. Also includes an index to Volume II of the magazine. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (July-August 1976) [cover: Billy Dee Williams, James Earl Jones, Richard Pryor], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
31 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (July-August 1976) [cover: Billy Dee Williams, James Earl Jones, Richard Pryor]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1976 NO (Vol. I, No. 9) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice copy, minor edgewear, light soiling at top of front cover, lightly bumped at top of spine; no marks, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) Feature articles include: an article on the making of THE BINGO LONG TRAVELING ALL-STARS AND MOTOR KINGS; an account of the tortured production history of Orson Welles's uncompleted film THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND (by Joseph McBride); "The Image Makers" (about the great Hollywood portrait photographers); an article on the depiction of train travel in movies of the 1930s and 1940s; an article about "Saturday Night Live." The "Dialogue on Film" features Billy Wilder and his long-time writing partner I.A.L. Diamond. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (June 1977) [cover: Disney's THE RESCUERS], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
32 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (June 1977) [cover: Disney's THE RESCUERS]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1977 NO (Vol. II, No. 8) Magazine Near Fine 
[nice clean magazine, just a touch of wear along spine, very slight bump to top right corner of front cover, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) The cover story, "The Last of the 'Nine Old Men'," celebrates the Disney animators who were then still at work on the studio's current animated feature, THE RESCUERS. Other feature articles include: a reminiscence, by the theater manager, of the furor caused when Rossellini's THE MIRACLE was exhibited in New York in 1950; "Heartbreak Hollywood," about what happens to stars when they fade from the limelight, but their legend remains; "Going Deeper With MacNeil and Lehrer," a look at the PBS news program "The MacNeil-Lehrer Report." The "Dialogue on Film" features producer Norman Lear. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (May 1978) [cover: John Ford and Monument Valley], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
33 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (May 1978) [cover: John Ford and Monument Valley]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1978 NO (Vol. III, No. 7) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice copy with just minor handling wear, narrow faded strip along bottom edge of front cover, itsy-bitsy piece missing at bottom right corner of front cover, light soiling to rear cover]. (B&W/color photographs) The cover story, "John Ford and Monument Valley," by Todd McCarthy, discusses how Ford first discovered this iconic location, and the importance it came to assume in his work. Other feature articles include: Part II of Erik Barnouw's article "The Magician and the Movies"; a profile of TV director Jay Sandrich (including a one-page sidebar about Susan Harris, producer/writer of the TV hit "Soap"); a tribute to Ernst Lubitsch, by Francois Truffaut; an Ernest Lehman column about working with Alfred Hitchcock; "Hollywood Versus the Press," by Stephen Zito; and "The Ambivalent Star," an examination of how three actors (George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset, and Robert Morley) coped with the demands of movie stardom (all three were then co-starring in SOMEONE IS KILLING THE GREAT CHEFS OF EUROPE). The "Dialogue on Film" is with Edith Head, "the doyenne of Hollywood designers." 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (November 1975) [cover: Erich von Stroheim], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
34 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (November 1975) [cover: Erich von Stroheim]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1975 NO (Vol. I, No. 2) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy with moderate edgewear, minor bumping at corners; no marks of any kind, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) Feature stories: "Who Was Harry Langdon?" (Walter Kerr); "Coppola, Inc." (Joseph McBride); "The Canadian Dilemma" (Bruce Cook; re identity problem of Canadian cinema); "The Rise and Fall of the Rock Film" (Thomas Wiener; part one, continued in next issue); "Family Portraits: Filmmakers Explore Their Roots" (Elisabeth Weis); "Film as Experience" (about Nicholas Ray's experiences as a teacher of film); an article by Michael Pointer about Sherlock Holmes in film, with special mention of the then-current film THE ADVENTURE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES' SMARTER BROTHER. The "Dialogue on Film" seminar interviewee is director Robert Wise. There is a book review (keyed to the cover image) of Herman G. Weinberg's "reconstruction" of von Stroheim's THE WEDDING MARCH, another book review by Budd Schulberg, and Larry McMurtry's regular column. 
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American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (October 1976) [cover: LeVar Burton in "Roots"], Alpert, Hollis, ed.
35 Alpert, Hollis, ed. American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (October 1976) [cover: LeVar Burton in "Roots"]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1976 NO (Vol. II, No. 1) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, minor edgewear, lightly bumped at spine ends; no marks, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) Most of the feature articles in this issue are devoted to TV, including: cover story on the production of "Roots"; an article on the new TV season; article about the PBS drama series "Visions," with emphasis on the opportunities provided for writers; an article on "car culture in film" (the second in a series by Julian Smith, this one featuring an on-location production report on RACE WITH THE DEVIL); an article about pre-World War II cinema programs from Berlin and Vienna. Larry McMurtry expounds about movie westerns in his regular column, and the "Dialogue on Film" is with screenwriter Ernest Lehman. 
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36 Atkins, Thomas R., ed. The Film Journal (September 1972) [Vol. 2, No. 1]
New York The Film Journal 1972 NO September 1972 Magazine Very Good- 
[creasing/wrinkling at all corners and along spine, otherwise a decent copy, internally clean]. (B&W photographs) "Special Sexuality Issue," featuring a long article by David Madden, "Marble Goddesses and Mortal Flesh: Notes for an Erotic Memoir of the Forties." Also: articles by Harry M. Geduld, Lawrence Becker, and others; an examination of the films of Ken Russell, by Jack Fisher; poetry by Annabelle Hebert and Fred Chappell; a feature on MAD Magazine movie satires (reproducing individual frames from various satires, with themes relating to sexuality). 
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American Film [magazine] (June 1983) [cover: George Lucas], Biskind, Peter, ed.
37 Biskind, Peter, ed. American Film [magazine] (June 1983) [cover: George Lucas]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1983 NO (Vol. VIII, No. 8) Periodical Very Good+ 
[moderate edgewear, subscription label on front cover]. (B&W/color photographs) Cover story is "George Lucas--Burden of Dreams" by Aljean Harmetz; there is also a 4-page pictorial feature on the special effects for RETURN OF THE JEDI. Additional features: an article about the resurgence of 3-D films; an examination of politically clashing films about the civil war in El Salvador; a "Dialogue on Film" interview with actress Kim Stanley; a retrospective review of Luis Bunuel's LOS OLVIDADOS; an article on Ingmar Bergman and FANNY AND ALEXANDER; an article on repertory/revival theaters. 
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American Film: Magazine of the Film and Television Arts (October 1981) [cover: Francis Ford Coppola], Biskind, Peter, ed.
38 Biskind, Peter, ed. American Film: Magazine of the Film and Television Arts (October 1981) [cover: Francis Ford Coppola]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1981 NO (Vol. VII, No. 1) Periodical Near Fine 
[light wear along spine, even lighter wear along top and bottom edges of front cover, minor spotting to rear cover; no marks of any kind, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) The cover story is an extensive report on Coppola's then-in-production ONE FROM THE HEART. Other features include: an article on Robert Redford's Sundance Institute, which had opened just the year before; a profile of Candice Bergen; an article about James M. Cain's screenwriting career; a "Dialogue on Film" interview with actress Mary Steenburgen; and a "Special Report" containing three articles about "Pressure Groups and the Media." 
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Films in Review (April 1980) [cover: Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones in COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
39 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (April 1980) [cover: Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones in COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 4) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light handling wear, slight dog-ear to bottom corner of front cover, diagonal crease at bottom corner of one page]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: an account of the festivities surrounding the presentation of the organization's first annual David Wark Griffith Awards; a career article on actress Doris Kenyon, with filmography; an interview with director John Carpenter; a remembrance of the career of Jean Seberg, who died in August 1979; "The Sound Track" commentary on Alfred Newman's score for ANASTASIA; a letter from Wes Gehring, in response to the many criticisms of his article about Leo McCarey and Laurel & Hardy (the article ran in the November 1979 issue; the responses were published in the February 1980 issue); an informative letter about actress Celia Lovsky; a letter commenting on the Janet Leigh career article from January 1979, and offering some additional information about her TV career. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (August-September 1980) [cover: John Travolta in URBAN COWBOY], Bowers, Ronald, ed.
40 Bowers, Ronald, ed. Films in Review (August-September 1980) [cover: John Travolta in URBAN COWBOY]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1980 NO (Vol. XXXI, No. 7) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light wear and minor creasing along spine]. (B&W photographs) Contents include: a career article on early film actress Florence Lawrence, with filmography (titles only); a career article on Chester Morris, with filmography; articles about the feature film directing debuts of Robert Kaylor (CARNY) and Nancy Walker (CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC); a longish review of URBAN COWBOY; an article on director Michael Powell; an account of various retrospectives (including one on Billy Wilder) held at that year's Berlin Film Festival; "The Sound Track" column's discussion of John Williams's scores for STAR WARS and THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK; a review of several TV movies and mini-series about Hollywood's past (MOVIOLA; HAYWIRE; BOGIE); Herman Weinberg's review of the collected film criticism of Graham Greene; two reviews of Kubrick's THE SHINING; a letter reviewing the telecast of the Lincoln Center tribute to John Huston. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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