Fun vintage movie magzine Modern Screen Magazine just packed from beginning to end with great movie stars and celebrity portraits. On the cover we have swimming star Esther Williams and inside Montgomery Clift, Tony Curtis, Farley Granger, June Haver and so many more. It's packed with gossip too, as well as an open letter to Shirley Temple on her marriage and quitting Hollywood.
Modern Screen featured celebrity articles, interviews, gossip and photo features. It rivaled Photoplay for popularity. It also had gossip by the infamous Louella Parsons, Queen of Hollywood (until her rivalry with Hedda Hopper), where she viewed herself as the arbiter of morals. She could ruin a movie at the box office, or send a star spiraling out of favor!
This celebrity Hollywood magazine ran from the thirties through eighties. Sadly many of these classic movie magazines were mutilated for their covers and movie ads. This magazine is intact.
CONDITION: Very good with some light wear on the spine (very normal) and a little creasing and tanning. One tear on an early page.
SIZE: It is a 8.5 inch by 11 inch format
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