This packed copy of Screen Stories Magazine from July 1961 is loaded with great stars and great movies, It also features Liz getting an Oscar for "Butterfield 8" with a charming little piece about how Hollywood forgave her for being a femme fatale and stealing Eddie Fisher from Debbie Reynolds now. Just wait a few years folks, when she dumps Eddie for Richard Burton. Love these old movie magazines. Also many other stars and movies are featured including Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Jane Wyman, Danny Kaye, and "Gidget goes Hawaiian".
Screen Stories, formerly Screen Romances, apparently, focused on short stories based on movies, as well as celebrity features and photos.
Sadly many of these magazines were mutilated for their covers and movie ads. This magazine is intact.
CONDITION: Very good with only a bit of creasing. Spine is excellent.
SIZE: It is a 8.5 inch by 11 inch format
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