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True Movie and Television (1950) comic books

  • Issue #1
    True Movie and Television (1950) 1

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    Cover photo of Elizabeth Taylor. Stories and art by Al Capp, Mel Lazarus, Pat Murphy, Elsa Branden, Lyle Stuart and Denny Shane. A movie magazine for teens by Toby Press. This debut issue features a "guest column" by Li'l Abner cartoonist Al Capp (brother of True Movie publisher Elliot Caplin). An article about Elizabeth Taylor's first wedding, to hotel heir Conrad Hilton, great-uncle of the future Paris Hilton. A Peggy Dean Discovers Hollywood comics story. Plus fun facts and gossip about Alan Ladd, Shirley Temple, June Allyson, and Gene Autry. And a vintage ad for the Martin and Lewis comedy "My Friend Irma Goes West." Wedding Gift for Liz; Keep Your Eye on Betty Underwood; I've Got News for You; My Alan Ladd Memory Book; The Story of John Derek; New Faces; Peggy Dean Discovers Hollywood!; Central Mis-Casting Office; TV Finds the Stars; Duo in the Sun; Gene Autry's Love Story; It's a Trick! The Story of Ben Johnson. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    True Movie and Television (1950) 2

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    Cover photo of Ava Gardner, Peter Lawford, Janet Leigh, Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Powell. Stories and art by Gill Fox, Mel Lazarus, Pat Murphy, Elsa Branden, Lyle Stuart and Denny Shane. A movie magazine for teens by Toby Press. In a Patsy Walker-style teen comic story, Melody can't decide what to get her boyfriend for his birthday. An article "introducing" future film legend Charlton Heston, and an interview with the immortal John Wayne. A profile of Judy Garland's film career as an adult. Plus fun facts and gossip about Jane Powell, Marlon Brando, June Allyson, and Betty Grable. And vintage ads for the Barbara Stanwyck Western "The Furies," and Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard"! Jane Powell, Luckiest Girl in the World; Confessions of a Talent Scout; I've Got News for You; Paging John Wayne; The True Story of Judy Garland; New Faces; That Man Marlon!; Introducing Charlton Heston; TV or Not TV?; Pete's Kind of a Girl; Life with Betty. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    True Movie and Television (1950) 3

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    Cover photo of June Allyson. Stories and art by Jack Sparling, Mel Lazarus, Joan Robin, Elsa Branden, Lyle Stuart and Denny Shane. A movie magazine for teens by Toby Press. In a Peggy Dean comics story, Peggy and her pal Pat try to ingratiate themselves with a famous director by preparing a rare French meal. An article "written by" starlet Faith Domergue, and a health guide by Terry Moore (the Mighty Joe Young actress, not the comics artist). A discussion of honesty, featuring movie stars Peter (Rat Pack) Lawford and Piper (Carrie's mom) Laurie. Plus fun facts and gossip about Montgomery Clift, Betty Hutton, Audie Murphy, Esther Williams, and Faith Domergue. And a vintage ad for the William Holden thriller "Union Station." Hiya, Dollface!; Can Men and Women Be Honest With Each Other?; I've Got News for You; June Allyson's House of Dreams; Star Born; Feudin' for Fun; New Faces; Peggy Dean in Hollywood; Sadie Hawkins' Day; New Light on Monty Clift; First Lady of TV; Good Health for Teenagers. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    True Movie and Television (1950) 4

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    Cover photo of Jane Powell. Stories and art by Edith Head, Vic Herman, Mel Lazarus, Joan Robin, and Denny Shane. A movie magazine for teens by Toby Press. A profile of Howard Keel, legendary singing star of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Annie Get Your Gun. A teen fashion guide by legendary Hollywood costume designer Edith Head! Plus fun facts and gossip about Jane Powell, Burt Lancaster, Rhonda Fleming, Roy Rogers and Mona Freeman. And a vintage ad for the Bing Crosby musical "Mr. Music." Jane Powell Grows Up; Hollywood Romance; I've Got News for You; There's No Business Like Show Business; Born Lucky; They Are for Real; New Faces; Tookie: Purely Personal; Destination Hollywood; The Star Maker; Relaxing with Rogers; Brains and Brawn; Teen Age Is a Clothes Age! Final issue of the series. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.15.