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MOTION PICTURE STORY MAGAZINE


- First issue: February 1911
- The first movie fan magazine in the world.
- Founded by J.Stuart Blackton of Vitagraph.
- Title changed to Motion Picture Magazine in March 1914.
- It provided movie fans with short story adaptations of recent fims along with publicity photos and 'behind the scenes' profiles of popular movie personalities, commentary about the topics of the day, and a sort of personalized 'ask the Editor' feature.'
- Published by The Motion Picture Story Publishing Company.

Fan!
Monthly
Magazine
from
New York
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
2 August 2013

Special thanks for this page goes to:
David
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1911 1912 1913 1914 GALLERIES: 1911 1912 1913 1914 All DATABASE INFO
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July 1914

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Issue 37
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Issue 36
January 1914

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Issue 35
December 1913

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Issue 34
November 1913

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Issue 33
October 1913

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Issue 32
September 1913

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Issue 31
August 1913

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Gallery of Picture Players:
Marie Weirman (Lubin); Pearl Sindelar (Pathe Freres); Mae Marsh
(Biograph); John E. Brennan (Kalem); Billie West (American); Dorothy
Gish (Biograph); Mabel Turnelle (Edison); True Boardman, Dorothy
Phillips, Arthur Mackley, Cleo Ridgely & J. M. Ridgely (Essanay); Ethey
Clayton (Lubin); Edwin August (Universal); Beverly Bane (Essanay); Gene
Gauntier (G. G. P. Co.), Carlyle Blackwell (Kalem), Myrtle Gonzalez
(Vitagraph); Walter Miller (Biograph)
Photoplay Stories:
With Honor at Stake (Gaumont); Every Thief Leaves a Clew (Essanay); The
Mistake (Biograph); The Benefactor (Lubin); Tom Blake's Redemption
(American); A Modern Garrick (Patheplay); The Fight at Grizzly Gulch
(Kalem); In the Garden (Edison); The Sultan's Dagger (Melies); When
Darkness Came (Thanhouser); Wild Beasts at Large or When the Menagerie
Broke Loose (Vitagraph)
Chats with the Players:
Lottie Briscoe (Lubin); Jean Acker (IMP); Laura Sawyer (Edison); Ruth
Roland (Kalem)


Issue 30
July 1913

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Issue 29
June 1913

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Gallery of Picture Players:
Norma Talmadge (Vitagraph); Victoria Forde (Universal); Blanche Sweet
(Biograph); Henry Walthall (Biograph); Florence Labadie (Thanhouser);
Dolores Cassinelli (Essanay); Mary Fuller (Edison); Barney Gilmore
(Solax); Frederick Church (Essanay); John Bunny (Vitagraph); Ethel
Clayton (Lubin); Mabel Normand (Keystone)
Photoplay Stories:
The Ashes of Three (American); Two Social Calls (Essanay); A Yaqui Cur
(Biograph); Brightened Sunsets (Lubin); The Frozen Trail (Patheplay);
The Battle for Freedon (Kalem); A Concerto for the Violin (Edison);
Carmen (Thanhouser); The Black Trackers (Melies); Sweets to the Sweet
(Gaumont); The Vampire of the Desert (Vitagraph)
Chats with the Players:
Edwin Carewe (Lubin); G. M. Anderson (Essanay); The Benham Family
(Thanhouser); The Costello Children (Vitagraph)


Issue 28
May 1913

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Gallery of Picture Players:
Lois Weber (Rex); Maata Horomona (Melies); Eleanor Blanchard (Essanay);
Edna Payne (Lubin); Princess Mona Darkfeather (Universal); Flora Finch
(Vitagraph); Martha Russell (Salex); Miriam Nesbit (Edison); Ruth
Roland (Kalem); Lilian Wiggins (Pathe Freres); Virginia Westbrook
(Punch); Mildred Gregory (Lubin); Edna Flugrath (Edison); Mary
Charleson & George Stanley (Western Vitagraph Players); Romane Fielding
(Lubin); Edward Boulden (Edison)
Photoplay Stories:
Diamond Cut Diamond (Lubin); The Children's Conspiracy (Thanhouser);
How Chief Te Ponga Won His Bride (Melies); The Artist's Great Madonna
(Vitagraph); The Unknown (Essanay); The Little tease (Biograph); In the
Days of War (Patheplay); The Fire Fighting Zouaves (Kalem); Dick
Whitington and His Cat (Solax); With the Eyes of the Blind (Edison);
The Bishop's Candlesticks (Imp.)
Chats with the Players:
Jack Warren Kerrigan (American); Betty Grey (Pathe Freres); Marguerite
Loveridge (Keystone); Clara Kimball Young (Vitagraph); Jack Richardson
(American)


Issue 27
April 1913

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March 1913



Issue 25
February 1913

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Issue 24
January 1913

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Full page portraits of Lottie Briscoe, Guy Coombs, Roswell Buster Johnson, Jack Richardson, Ruth Rowland, Carlotta De Felice, Alice Joyce, Marian Nesbit, Fred Mace, Jessalyn Van Trump, Benjamin Wilson, Beverly Bayne, Edgar Jones, Maurice Costello, Helen & Dolores Costello, JW Johnston. Stills from Gaumont's A Hazard for a Heart, Vitagraph's A Night Before Christmas, Kalem's The Shaughraun (Irish subject), Lubin's Madeleine's Christmas, Melies' Tempest-tossed, Thankhouser's The Star of Bethlehem, Edison's Fog Essanay's The Reward for Broncho Billy, Biograph's My Hero, Path?'s The Compoact. Features on Florence La Badie, Harry R Morgan, Elinor Middleton, Guy Coombs, Eleanor Blanchard. Robert Gau on "Moving Pictures in Literature".


Issue 23
December 1912

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Issue 22
November 1912

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Issue 21
October 1912

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Issue 20
September 1912

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Issue 19
August 1912

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Issue 18
July 1912

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Issue 17
June 1912

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Issue 16
May 1912

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Gallery of Picture Players:
Gladys Hulette, Yale Boss & Edna May Weick (Edison); Billy Quirk
(Solax); Lottie Bricoe (Lubin); Mildred Weston (Essanay); Mae Hotely
(Lubin); Carlyle Blackwell (Kalem); Edith Storey (Vitagraph); Elsie
McLeod (Edison); Dolores Cassinelli (Essanay); Lillian Walker
(Vitagraph); Helen Marten "The Gibson Girl" (Lubin); Maris Sais
(Kalem); Rosemary Theby (Vitagraph); Adele de Garde (Vitagraph); Paul
W. Panzer (Pathe Freres); "The Thanhouser Kid" & James Cruze
(Thanhouser)
Photoplay Stories:
The Lesser Evil (Biograph); The Anonymous Letter (Pathe Freres); The
Sewer (Solax); The Clue (Essanay); The Old Kent Road (Vitagraph);
Finding The Last Chance Mine (Melies); The Little Woolen Shoe (Edison);
The Ring of a Spanish Grandee (Thanhouser); The Boss of the Lumber Camp
(Edison); Fighting Dan McCool (Kalem); The Stolen Invention (Kalem);
Abraham's Sacrifice (Pathe Freres); His Other Self (Art Film Co.)
Chats with the Players:
John Bunny (Vitagraph); Jean Acker (Lubin); Lottie (Briscoe (Lubin);
May Buckley (Lubin)


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April 1912

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Issue 14
March 1912

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Issue 13
February 1912

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Issue 12
January 1912

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Issue 11
December 1911

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Issue 10
November 1911

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Issue 9
October 1911

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Issue 8
September 1911

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Issue 7
August 1911

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Issue 6
July 1911

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Issue 5
June 1911

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Issue 4
May 1911

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Issue 3
April 1911

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