COLLECTOR'S Screen Stories Magazine, February 1951. Features Elizabeth Taylor' gorgeous cover in vibrant color.
Rare issue that contains some of the greatest Hollywood icons, best articles, movie studio promotional advertisements; all jam-packed in this one magazine.
Over 21 thrilling stories and features.
"A Place in the Sun" starring Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor and Shelley Winters.
A Place in the Sun – Stunning Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift full page color portrait and several small b&w photographs
September Affair - several photos including half page,
Valentino - starring Anthony Dexter as Rudolph Valentino and Eleanor Parker. Full page Dexter color photo.
The Enforcer – Humphrey Bogart, The Scarlet Pen,
Trail of Robinhood – Roy Rogers and Penny Edwards, Roy and his horse Trigger – great photos on the trail,
The Magnificent Yankee and Katie Did It – Ann Blyth,
Black & white photo of Betty Grable and husband Harry James,
Here's Howard Keel article with full page color portrait.
MOVIE advertisements are outstanding, each a work of art and collector's items on their own:
"September Affair" starring Joan Fontaine and Joseph Cotton – Full page
"The Mudlark" - Irene Dunn and Alec Guinness – full page
M-G-M's Rudyard Kipling's Kim – Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, Robert Douglas
Universal "Harvey" - James Stewart, Josephine Hull, Charles Drake, Cecil Kellaway – full page
Columbia Pictures "Born Yesterday" – Judy Holliday, William Holden, – terrific full page
Warner Bros "Operation Pacific"- John Wayne, Patricia Neal – full page
*Even a scarce Howard Hughes production "Vendetta" 1950 film based on 1840 novella "Colomba" by Prosper Mérimée, about a young Corsican girl who pushes her brother to kill to avenge their father's murder. Looks like a horror film
Movie is starring Faith Domergue, George Dolenze – full page - see photo.
Maybelline make-up, Jergens Lotion 3/4pp - very creative ad,
Joan Fontaine Lux soap ad – full page - see photo
Woodbury Dream Stuff – Tinted foundation and powder – wow full page color.
1847 Rogers Bros Silverware – wonderful full page color,
Luster Crème shampoo and so much more.
Its in amazing condition, hard-to-find so nice. The cover is brilliant color and color portraits too. Binding tight!!
Pages excellent/bright/clean-normal light age yellowing/minimal shelfwear. Cover excellent/bright/clean-light shelfwear.
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