Picturegoer magazine dated October 18th 1952. Front cover features a colour photograph of Charlie Chaplin and Claire Bloom in 'Limelight' (Chaplin, 1952); back cover includes an advertisement for 'The Gentle Gunman' (Relph and Dearden, 1952) starring John Mills, Dirk Bogarde, Robert Beatty, and Elizabeth Sellars. Film related articles: Focus on Films fan letters including calls for more horror and thriller pictures, mentions of Yvonne de Carlo, Richard Todd, and Judy Holliday; 'The 'Red Beret' row shook Ladd', on issues whilst filming 'The Red Beret' (Young, 1953) with Alan Ladd; a colour photograph of Anne Baxter; 'Hollywood tackles its toughest job', on the shooting of 'Julius Caesar' (Mankiewicz, 1953) starring Marlon Brando; Gregory Peck remaining in Europe after filming 'Roman Holiday' (Wyler, 1953) with Audrey Hepburn; Yvonne de Carlo on her future career plans; Mary Pickford's postponed comeback after 20 years due to desire to film in Technicolor; Talking of Films, a series of film reviews including 'The Happy Time' (Fleischer, 1952) starring Linda Christian and Bobby Driscoll, 'Lovely To Look At' (LeRo, 1952) with Red Skelton and Howard Keel, and 'Venetian Bird' (Thomas, 1952) starring Eva Bartok and Richard Todd; 'It's Chaplin's trademark', the final part of an article about the Charlie Chaplin nobody knows; Claudette Colbert's clothing in 'The Planter's Wife' (Annakin, 1952).

Item number 72996
Category Periodical
Type Publicity Material
Language English