1938-40 Boy's Cinema Annual
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Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding
Two years of the 'Boy's Cinema Annual', a popular annual, these copies being for the years 1938 and 1940.
'Boy's Cinema' was a riveting weekly paper published from December 1919 to May 1940, focusing on the Hollywood stars of the day.
The issues contained film scripts which were adapted to a story paper format.
Each annual is illustrated profusely throughout.
1938 includes the stories 'Crack Up', 'Dark Journey', 'Join the Marines', and articles such as 'Filming in the Desert', 'Hollywood's Cowboys', 'The Long, Long Trail to Stardom', and more.
1940 includes the stories 'Old Bones of the River', 'Trade Winds', 'They Drive By Night', and articles such as 'Animal Stars', 'How Talkies are Made', 'Screen Detectives', and more.
In the original publisher's quarter cloth binding with pictorial paper to the boards. Externally, with some rubbing and bumping to the spine and extremities. Spines are a little faded and spotted. Rubbing to the boards. Hinges are a little strained. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages are a little age-toned and clean.
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