Excellent copy of March 1950 issue of Picturegoer magazine. Includes:
Margaret Lockwood on cover Glamour as you like it: Margaret Leighton That Fellow Trubshawe: David Niven Doris Day Carol Reed
24 pages with vintage adverts, more features and gossip
Will be packed carefully and sent promptly
Picturegoer was a fan magazine published in the United Kingdom between January 1921 and 23 April 1960. Its primary focus was contemporary films and the performers who appeared in them. Eventually it became a bi-weekly movie magazine featuring the screen's biggest stars that was sold at all movie theatres. Clark Gable, Laurence Olivier, Bette Davis, Paulette Goddard, Petula Clark, Fred Astaire, and Richard Burton were among the hundreds of stars who graced its front cover.
After World War II, it found itself competing with periodicals published by the Rank Organisation, Odeon Cinemas, and Associated British Cinemas, which replaced Picturegoer with their own magazines at their theatre kiosks. As a result, Picturegoer became more sensational in the 1950s, with covers featuring cheesecake and beefcake-style artwork.