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    Motion Picture Herald Magazine (Quigley Publications, 1934). Magazines (4) (Multiple Pages, 9.5" X 12.25"). Miscellaneous.
    These American film industry trade magazines featured industry news, film reviews, photos, and vintage advertisements for theatre owners and managers. Featuring the October 27th and November 3rd/10th/17th issues which showcases articles about the unionization of the Actor's Guild, updates in the Tri-Ergon case, and controversial Russian films claimed to be propaganda; as well as advertisements for such films as Dizzy and Daffy Dean (Vitaphone Baseball Short),The Painted Veil, Broadway Bill, Imitation of Life, The Gay Divorcee, The Captain Hates the Sea, The White Parade, and Anne of Green Gables, just to name a few. Unrestored magazines with overall presentable appearance. They may have edge and spine wear, very minor spine separations, corner bends, creases, tears, smudges, minor stains, and some surface scuffs. The November 3rd issue has torn pages. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine+.


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