Movie Weekly
New York City, Physical Culture Corporation, 4 March 1922

Born in the heart of New York in 1922, Movie Weekly became a star itself, captivating America with juicy Hollywood gossip, dazzling photos, and insightful reviews. Published by Bernarr Macfadden's fitness empire, it quickly rose to fame, offering a glamorous escape into the silent and early sound film eras before bowing out in 1932, leaving behind a vibrant snapshot of cinema's golden age.

CONTENTS
INSIDE STORIES OF THE MOVIES
• Mack Sennett Beauty
• The Tempestuous Romance of Jack Gilbert and Leatrice Joy
• What Is Hollywood Really Like?
• The Success of Movie Stars Explained by Their Handwriting
• The Dramatic Loves of the Barrymores
• How to Get Into the Movies (Part III)
• Secrets of the Movies
• Weekly Letter of Hollywood News
• Rambling Through the Studios of the East
• Our Fan Page — Letters From Readers
• The Colonel's Page (Queries and Answers)
• Film Flam
• Hints to Scenario Writers
• Mary Pickford Contest Prize Winners
STORIES IN PICTURES
• Baby Peggy As Little Miss Mischief
• Bernarr Macfadden's Beauty Pages
• Rodolph Valentino (Center Spread)
• Komic Kapers
THRILLING ACTION STORIES
• The Growth of a Great Love
• Fighting the King of Crooks
• The Love of a Human Tiger Cat



  








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