This is a fun issue of Screen Story Magazine from July 1950, and is packed with great stars and famous movies. On the cover is Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in "Trigger, Jr." where Roy has to combat a killer stallion with the aid of his handsome Tennessee Walking Horse, Trigger Jr. (replaced the original palomino Trigger when Trigger got too old). This issue also includes classic comedy "Father of the Bride" starring the Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett, and Elizabeth Taylor. Inside you'll also find other great stars, fun ads, and movie gossip.
Screen Stories, formerly Screen Romances, apparently, focused on short stories based on movies, as well as celebrity features and photos. This one also also includes "The Gunfighter" with Gregory Peck as well as "The Flame and the Arrow" with Burt Lancaster and Virginia Mayo.
Sadly many of these Classic Hollywood magazines were mutilated for their covers and movie ads. This magazine is intact.
You can check out all my vintage movie magazines in my Vintage Movie Magazine Section.
CONDITION: Good with some wear on the top and bottom spine, and the cover is becoming loose.
SIZE: It is a 8.5 inch by 11 inch format
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