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Contributor: Garry Malvern,

PLAY PICTORIAL


Monthly
Magazine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 90

Highslide JS
Issue 38

1905
Highslide JS
Issue 112

1911
Highslide JS
Issue 297
December
1926
Highslide JS
Issue 297
Sample page
December
1926
Highslide JS
Issue 309

1928
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Contributor: Garry Malvern,

PLAYGOER BILTMORE THEATRE


Magazine from United States

Ceased publication

Highslide JS

1955

Contributors: Mike, Garry Malvern,

POP FANTASIES


- First issue: 1986
One-off
Magazine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 1
1986
Highslide JS
Issue 1
Sample page
1986
Highslide JS
Issue 1
Sample page
1986
Highslide JS
Issue 1
Sample page
1986

Contributors: Garry Malvern, Vitelloni,

PREMIERE
The Film Magazine

- First and last issue: 1992-1998
Monthly
Magazine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 3
April
1993
Highslide JS
Issue 63
April
1998

Contributor: Garry Malvern,

REDEEMER


- First issue: 1992
Magazine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 2
Contents
1993

Contributors: Scott Matheson, Garry Malvern,

SAGA MAGAZINE


Magazine from United Kingdom

Highslide JS
July
1999
Highslide JS
April
2002
Highslide JS
June
2002
Highslide JS
May
2006
Highslide JS
December
2009
Highslide JS
August
2010
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Contributor: Garry Malvern,

SCREEN FUN


Magazine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
1948
Highslide JS
Information
1948

Contributors: Garry Malvern, Scott Matheson,

SCREEN PICTORIAL
aka "The New Royal Magazine"

- First and last issue: 1898-1939
Monthly
Magazine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Summer
1936
Highslide JS
July
1936
Highslide JS
February
1937
Highslide JS
April
1937
Highslide JS
June
1937
Highslide JS
October
1937
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