Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES). MOVIES.
Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).
Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).
Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).
Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).
Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).
Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).

Screen Pictorial (FOUR ISSUES).

Tokyo. Wada, Harukichi. 1939-1940.
Glossy Japanese fan magazines featuring photos of Hollywood film stars. The magazines, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, contain approximately 40 pp each. The photos are generally of the glamor variety; on other occasions the image is from a scene in a current film. The Pictorial's logo is "The Most Beautiful Magazine of the Screen" and in truth it is quite an attractive production. The four numbers are: Volume 9 No. 2 1939 (LACKS rear cover); Volume 9 No. 6 1939 (lacks front cover); Volume 10 No. 6 1940 (complete); Volume 10 No. 10 1940 (LACKS front cover). Magazines with cover loss have strips of adhesive tape holding the remaining cover in place. The year of each magazine is written on the front cover or first page in pencil. Advertisements in the magazine offer individual photos of stars or bound volumes of Screen Pictorial. An uncommon magazine that invites the Japanese reader to peruse the volume starting from the back and reading toward the front or, alternatively, starting from the front in the Western fashion. The contents of each magazine are in very good clean condition. Item #49884

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