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STAR CINE WINCHESTER
Photonovel Monthly Magazine from France
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1969-1973
- Photonovels of Italian westerns.
- The twin brother of Star Cine Colt.
- Other titles in the "Star Cine" collection: Star Cine Aventures, Star Cine Bravoure, Star Cine Vaillance, Star Cine Roman, Star Cine Cosmos,

Last updated:
9 April 2015

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COVERS FOUND & MISSING
Info from the Database
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There are 44 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 44
Covers missing: None
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CONTENTS: 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 All GALLERIES: 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973
1969

Issue 1
September
1969

Issue 2
October
1969

Issue 3
November
1969

Issue 4
December
1969
1970

Issue 5
January
1970

Issue 6
February
1970

Issue 7
March
1970

Issue 8
April
1970

Issue 9
May
1970

Issue 10
June
1970

Issue 11
July
1970

Issue 12
August
1970

Issue 13
September
1970

Issue 14
October
1970

Issue 15
November
1970

Issue 16
December
1970
1971

Issue 17
January
1971

Issue 18
February
1971

Issue 19
March
1971

Issue 20
April
1971

Issue 21
September
1971

Issue 22
October
1971

Issue 23
November
1971

Issue 24
December
1971
1972

Issue 25
January
1972

Issue 26
February
1972

Issue 27
March
1972

Issue 28
April
1972

Issue 29
May/June
1972

Issue 30
July
1972

Issue 31
August/September
1972

Issue 32
October
1972

Issue 33
November/December
1972
1973

Issue 34
January/February
1973

Issue 35
February/March
1973

Issue 36
April
1973

Issue 37
May
1973

Issue 38
June
1973

Issue 39
July
1973

Issue 40
August
1973

Issue 41
September
1973

Issue 42
October
1973

Issue 43
November
1973

Issue 44
December
1973

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