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    Full Movie Saturday: Charlie Chan at the Olympics & Other Lot (Paris Publishing, 1938). French Magazines (2) (16 Pages, 7" X 10.25"). Mystery.
    Starring Warner Oland, Katherine De Mille, Pauline Moore, Allan Lane, and Keye Luke. Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. A distant cousin of the American magazine, Motion Picture Story Magazine, Full Movie retells an entire film within 16 pages and several images from that particular film, unlike Motion Picture Story Magazine, which the retelling was part of several features in the issue. At its peak publication, Full Movie produced three different editions a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Included in this lot with Full Movie Saturday: Charlie Chan at the Olympics is a another issue for Full Movie Saturday: Charlie Chan on Broadway (1938). Unrestored magazines with good color and overall presentable appearances. They may have edge and spine wear, spine separations, creases, tears, smudges, light surface scuffs, small chips in the borders, and/or minor toning. Each magazine has two punched holes in the left side. Please see full-color, enlargeable image above for more details. Fine+.


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