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  • Vol. 4 #4
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Vol. 4 #4


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    • Front cover detached 5%. Back cover detached 5%. Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.
  • Vol. 5 #6
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Vol. 5 #6


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    • Back cover detached 5%.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1928

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Sep 1928
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Sep 1928

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    Issue #2 - Sept. 1928. Contains four adaptations of current movies told with movie stills and text including Lilac Time with Gary Cooper and Colleen Moore, Conrad Veidt in The Man Who Laughs, The Cossacks starring John Gilbert and The Sawdust Paradise with Esther Ralston. Feature on director Raoul Walsh. Heavily illustrated. 8 1/2-in. x 11, 66 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1928

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1928

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Staple rust. Rust migration. Creasing. Denting. Residue. Soiling. Tape repair on inside front cover.

    Volume 2, Issue 4 - April, 1929. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11.5", 116 pages, tinted B&W. Cover price $0.15.

    • Corner Damage. Denting. Edge damage. Foxing. Soiling. Water damage.

    Volume 2, Issue 5 - May, 1999. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 116 pages, tinted B&W. Cover price $0.25.

  • Jun 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Aug 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Sep 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Spine split, most of spine cover missing. Front and back covers detached. Water damage. Creasing. Edge damage. Corner damage.

    Volume 3, Issue 4 - October, 1929. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 116 pages, tinted B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1929

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Spine stress. Corner Damage. Creasing. Denting. Scuffing. Soiling.

    Volume 4, Issue 1 - January, 1930. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11.5", 116 pages, tinted B&W with interior color covers. Cover price $0.25.

  • Feb 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Published 1930 (est.) by Fawcett.
    • Front cover detached 5%. Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    August, 1930. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11.5", 116 pages, tinted B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Sep 1930

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Front cover detached 5%. Back cover detached 5%. Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    Besides reviews, gossip and news, Screen Book features fictionalizations of movies using stills such as Song of My Heart starring Maureen O'Sullivan, Three Faces East starring Constance Bennett and Erich von Stroheim and Romance starring Greta Garbo. 8 1/2-in. x 11 1/2-in., 114 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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    Volume 5, Issue 5 - November, 1930. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 116 pages, B&W and tinted B&W with color interior covers. Cover price $0.25.

  • Jan 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Aug 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July, 1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Oct 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1931
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Nov 1931

    Cover by Edwin Bower Hesser. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Articles in this issue feature Clara Bow, Marlene Dietrich, Joan Bennett, movie accidents, Sylvia Sidney, Jackie Cooper and more. Portrait section includes Greta Garbo and Gloria Swanson. Movie ads include The Squaw Man, Monkey Business, Five Star Final, Street Scene, Penrod and Sam. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 82 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Dec 1931
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Dec 1931

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1932

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1932

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Spine split 5%.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1932

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1932

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1932

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Aug 1932
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Aug 1932

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Sep 1932
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Sep 1932

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

    • Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Slight.

    Oct. 1932. Cover painting of Jean Harlow by Martha Sawyer. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. In this issue; One-page features on Loretta Young, Marlene Dietrich, Gary Cooper, Marion Davies, Clara Bow. Articles on a studio barber, how fight scenes are shot and more. Movie reviews, news and gossip. Movie ads for John Ford's Air Mail and a two-page spread on MGM featuring their stars. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 66 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

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    Volume 9, Issue 5 - December, 1932. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 68 pages, tinted B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Jan 1933

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1933
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Feb 1933

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    Volume 10, Issue 1 - February, 1933. Gloria Stewart painted cover by Preston Duncan. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. This issue features an article about Clark Gable. 8.5" x 11", 66 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

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    Vol. 10 #2 - Mar. 1933. Features on Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, George Raft and others. Illustrated with photographs. 8 1/2-in. 11-in., 66 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Apr 1933
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Apr 1933

    Cover by Henry Clive of Katherine Hepburn. Articles and features on Marlene Dietrich, Dick Powell, Joan Crawford, Jean Harlow, Katherine Hepburn, Norma Shearer, Rudolph Valentino and more. 8 1/2-in. x 11 1/4-in., 74 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1933
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) May 1933

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    May 1933. Featuring two pages of "How King Kong was Filmed," illustrated by Norm Saunders (see note below) and full of behind-the-scenes info. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. This issue's articles include: "Culbertson Can't Take It!" The Marx Brothers play bridge; "Who Wears the Pants?" the scandalous trend of women wearing trousers and more. Full page ads for "Ex-Lady" with Bette Davis and "The Kiss Before the Mirror" with Nancy Carroll. Norma Shearer cover. 8.5" x 11.25". 72 pages. Black and white. NOTE: in Norm Saunders' early career he signed his work saunders, all lower case and evenly spaced, just like this example. He was a staff artist at Fawcett until 1934, when he moved to New York City. Cover price $0.10.

    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Staple rust. Rust migration. Denting. Residue. Scuffing. Soiling.
    • Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Moderate.

    Volume 10, Issue 6 - July, 1933. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 76 pages, tinted B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Aug 1933

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Sep 1933

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Oct 1933

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1933

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1933

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • This issue features Walt Disney on Mickey Mouse. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1934
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) May 1934

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

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    Vol. 13 #1 - Aug. 1934. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. This issue features "Hollywood's Champion Heartbreakers with Mickey and Minnie Mouse" where in four pages Minnie is shown talking to Mickey about his admiration for movie stars like Joan Crawford, Thelma Todd and other starlets. Art courtesy Walt Disney Studios. Articles on Bing Crosby, Shirley Temple, Joan Bennett, Claudette Colbert, George Arliss, Gracie Allen, Katharine Hepburn plus news, reviews and a behind-the-scenes double-page spread of Victor Fleming's Treasure Island. Heavily illustrated with movie stills and candid shots. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 84 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Sep 1934
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Sep 1934

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    Vol. 13 #2 - Sept. 1934. Movie magazine with news, short articles, features, gossip and more. Short features on Max Baer, Mae West, Margaret Sullavan, Alice Faye, Ruby Keeler, Marlene Dietrich. Full-page movie ads include Bing Crosby in She Loves Me Not, Joan Crawford and Clark Gable in Chained, Claudette Colbert in Imitation of Life, Fay Wray in The Affairs of Cellini. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 74 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Oct 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1934

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Jan 1935
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Jan 1935

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    January 1935. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. This issue's articles include: "The Private Life of Myrna Loy"; "Presenting Lupe Velez - The Queen of Burlesque" photos of Velez impersonating her fellow stars; "How Clark Gable Saved Himself". Full-page ads for "David Copperfield" directed by George Cukor; "The Little Minister" with Katharine Hepburn; Full-page color ads for Tattoo Lipstick and Wrigley's Double Mint Gum. Jean Harlow cover by Tempest Inman. 8.5" x 11". 72 pages. Black and white. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Aug 1935
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Aug 1935

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    Volume 15, Issue 1 - August, 1935. Greta Garbo painted cover. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 82 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Volume 15, Issue 2 - September, 1935. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Oct 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1935

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1936
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Jan 1936

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    January, 1936 Issue - Cover portrait of Claudette Colbert by Mozert. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. This issue features articles on Joan Crawford, Fred Astaire, Joan Woodard, Shirley Temple, James Cagney, and many others. 8.5" x 11", 74 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Aug 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Staple rust: Extensive.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Oct 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1936

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1936
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Dec 1936

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    Volume 18, Issue 5 - December, 1936. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11.25", 100 pages, B&W with spot color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • May 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1937
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Jun 1937

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    Vol. 18 #11 - June 1937. Features on Clark Gable, alternate cast for Gone With the Wind includes Zazu Pitts as Scarlett with caricature artwork, Bing Crosby, Jean Arthur, Fred MacMurray and more. Movie portraits of Loretta Young, Jane Wyatt, Mary Astor, Claude Rains and others. Full-page movie ads include the Marx Brothers A Day at the Races, Errol Flynn in The Prince and the Pauper and Alice Faye in Wake Up and Live. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 106 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Aug 1937
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Aug 1937

    August 1937. Irene Dunne cover. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11". 98 pages. Black and white. Cover price $0.10.

  • Sep 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Nov 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1937

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1938

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Moderate.
    • Front cover detached 30%. Back cover detached 50%. Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Moderate.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1938

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1938
    Screen Book Magazine (1928-1940 Fawcett) Apr 1938

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    April 1938. Claudette Colbert cover. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11". 82 pages. Black and white. Cover price $0.15.

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Moderate.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Jul 1938

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Staple rust: Slight.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Sep 1938

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Oct 1938

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

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    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.
  • Dec 1938

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Feb 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Mar 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr. 1939. Cover of Mickey Rooney as Huckleberry Finn. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. This issue features articles on David Niven, Vivien Leigh, Mickey Rooney, Humphrey Bogart, Cesar Romero, Victor McLagen, Walter Pidgeon, Ann Sheridan and more. Lavishly illustrated with candid and posed photographs. Plus news, gossip and movie reviews. Movie ads include Ice Follies of 1939, Cafe Society, The Little Princess, Dark Victory and Love Affair. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 82 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

    • Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Slight.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

    • Staple rust. Spine stress. Corner Damage. Edge damage. Soiling.
    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    Volume 21, Issue 11 - June, 1939. Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. 8.5" x 11", 100 pages, B&W and tinted B&W with color interior covers. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Staple rust: Moderate.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

    • Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Moderate.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.10.

  • Oct 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Dec 1939

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1940

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    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.

  • This item is not in stock at MyComicShop. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Screen Book was a monthly published American magazine that ran from July,1928 to February, 1940, and was centered around the golden-age of Hollywood. In addition to celebrity gossip, it also included a fair amount of exclusive behind-the-scenes content as well as movie reviews, latest fashions, make up tips, and slice-of-life human interest stories that were usually written by, or about a specific celebrity of the time. Cover price $0.15.