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Friday, December 17, 2010

Famous Monsters of Filmland" Magazine - Issues 11-20 (1961-1962)

As promised, here is my second installment of issues of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. I covered the basic history of the magazine in my original post, so I'm simply going to copy and paste it below to save myself some time. Directly below you will find the link to my original post, which contains issues 1-10, and issues 11-20 can be found at the bottom of this post.

Famous Monsters of Filmland - Issues 1-10 (1958-1961)


Randy said...

Wow. Thanks for this. Feeling like a kid again.

Anonymous said...

had problems with issue 12--it looked like a flawed file and gave what looked like a partial selection of pages from issue 13.

Anonymous said...

yes, actually the supposed issue 12 is a flawed set of issue 13, a duplicate. could you repost 12? great stuff, FM was a wonderful magazine!