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The Magazine Of The Directors Guild Of America

- First and last issue: 1966-1978
- Published by "The Directors Guild of America" (DGA).
- From July 1976 to the end of 1977 no issues were published.
- Bi-monthly.
- Published by Directors Guild of America (DGA)

Bimonthly
Trade Journal
from
Los Angeles
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
14 October 2015

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
CONTENTS: 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 GALLERIES: 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 All DATABASE INFO
63 listed issue(s)

Issue 63
November/December 1978



Issue 62
September/October 1978



Issue 61
July/August 1978



Issue 60
March/April 1978



Issue 59
May/June 1976



Issue 58
March/April 1976



Issue 57
January/February 1976



Issue 56
November/December 1975



Issue 55
September/October 1975



Issue 54
July/August 1975



Issue 53
May/June 1975



Issue 52
March/April 1975



Issue 51
January/February 1975



Issue 50
November/December 1974



Issue 49
September/October 1974



Issue 48
July/August 1974



Issue 47
May/June 1974



Issue 46
March/April 1974



Issue 45
January/February 1974



Issue 44
November/December 1973



Issue 43
September/October 1973



Issue 42
July/August 1973



Issue 41
May/June 1973



Issue 40
March/April 1973



Issue 39
January/February 1973



Issue 38
November/December 1972



Issue 37
September/October 1972

Cover photo of John Huston. Huston interview.
"Vincente Minnelli and Gigi" by Digby Diehl.
"Tay Garnett: A Man for All Films" by Bob Thomas.
And more.


Issue 36
July/August 1972



Issue 35
May/June 1972



Issue 34
March/April 1972



Issue 33
January/February 1972



Issue 32
November/December 1971



Issue 31
September/October 1971

A special issue of the DGA magazine, devoted exclusively to John Ford's classic 1939 western STAGECOACH. Includes: appreciations of the film by critics Arthur Knight and Andrew Sarris; Ford's own account of the film's conception and production; a kind of highlights-reel summary of the film, with frame blow-ups and dialogue excerpts; "The Company Remembers Stagecoach," featuring reminiscences by John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Yakima Canutt, Wingate Smith, Walter Reynolds, Dorothy Spencer, Andy Devine, Walter Plunkett, and John Carradine; and "an intimate view of John Ford today" by his grandson, Dan Ford.


Issue 30
July/August 1971



Issue 29
May/June 1971



Issue 28
March/April 1971



Issue 27
January/February 1971



Issue 26
November/December 1970



Issue 25
September/October 1970



Issue 24
July/August 1970


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