What's Inside the Pages of Vintage Magazine Back Issues
1923-12-08 Picture Show Movie Magazine Contents
24 pages including Art Supplement.
Inside this issue contains articles and photos about and of:
“Picture Show Chat” has photos of Gloria Swanson and Patsy Ruth Miller
Virginia Brown Faire is one page with 5 photos of Faire including with Leonard Clapham in “The Scarlet Rider”, with Thomas Holding in “Without Benefit of Clergy”, with Evelyn Selbie in “Omar the Tentmaker”, plus another scene from “Omar the Tentmaker” and a portrait
“The Extra Girl” by Edgar Wallace is part of a serialized story
“The Expressions of Matt Moore” is a single-page with a larger photo of Moore and then several smaller pics of him acting out various expressions
“Christmas Hints” includes small pics of Ruth Roland, Dorothy Gish, Rudolph Valentino, Constance Talmadge, Thomas Meighan, Bebe Daniels, and Shirley Mason
“Getting Ready for Xmas” has Christmas photos of Shirley Mason, William Farnum, Pauline Frederick, Wesley Barry, Doris Pawn and Barbara La Marr, Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven
Art Supplement: Single page shows Reginald Denny with wife and daughter on Christmas morning, 2-pages in center titled “Baby Peggy’s Message to Santa Claus,” last single page is titled “Striking Scenes from this Week’s Picture Plays” and includes several smaller pics: Gladys Walton in “The Love Letter”, Pola Negri in “Mad Love”, Agnes Ayres and Richard Dix in “Racing Hearts”, John Gilbert, Carmel Myers and William Lawrence in “The Love Gambler”, Milton Sills, Anna Q. Nilsson and Frank Campeau in “The Isle of Lost Ships”, and Kenneth Harlan and Colleen Moore in “April Showers”
Short Story: “Mighty Lak’ a Rose”
“Bill Hart Returns” with half-page photo of William S. Hart
“Gossip about British Players” is a single page that includes small pics of Isobel Elsom, Gerlad Ames, Ivor Novello, Ben Field, and some film scenes.
“Fashions & Fancies in Filmland” includes a recipe with small pic of Marjorie Hume, and “Dulcy, the Beautiful” comic strip at bottom of page credited as being by Constance Talmadge with cartoons by Lauren Stout
“Ask the Picture Show” is a page of questions from readers with answers and very small pics of Alma Taylor, Nazimova, and Ruth Roland