In the French language. Contributors: Alexandre Astruc, André Bazin, Jean George Auriol, Jacques-Bernard Brunius, Lucienne Escoube, Jean-Charles Tacchella, Georges Sadoul.
Paris, Front national des Écrivains, 1947-48
Collections of various issues of the French movie magazine L’Ecran Francais.
Communist-inspired, L’Écran français was distributed clandestinely from December 1943 to July 1945. The first “free” issue appeared on July 4, 19451; the last (no. 348) is dated March 12, 1952. Its circulation reached 110,000 copies at the end of 1945.
His collaborators are Alexandre Astruc, André Bazin, Jean George Auriol, Jacques-Bernard Brunius, Lucienne Escoube, Jean-Charles Tacchella, Georges Sadoul.
Here are the issues for 1947 and 1948, from number 105 to number 139.
Dimensions: 37 x 28 cm
Binding: All issues are bound together in a hardcover binding. Signs of wear, some stains, bumped corners, and the spine cover is damaged.
Condition: Some signs of wear, the paper is slightly dust-toned, and a few illustrations were cut off by the previous owner.
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