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SCENE AT THE MOVIES: 1992, NM/M, Tom Cruise cover and interview, "Home Alone 2," Patricia Arquette, "Used People," "Malcolm X," Jeff Goldblum, and reviews of current movies. Digest size, 32 pages, distributed at theaters. See cover  $5

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SCIENCE FICTION, HORROR AND FANTASY MAGAZINE Volume 1, #1: Fall 1977, VF/NM, Premiere Issue, "Star Wars Collector's Edition," Darth Vader front cover and Luke Skywalker & Han Solo back cover, The Making of Star Wars, bios on George Lucas, Gary Kurtz, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Alec Guinness, Peter Cushing, David Prowse, and John Williams, Ralph McQuarrie production artwork, X- and Y-Wing Fighter blueprints, Walt Disney's "The Rescuers," Christopher Lee profile Part 1, interview with Ray Harryhausen, loaded with B&W and color photos, also news briefs on SF films and TV shows. See cover  $25

SCIENCE FICTION, HORROR AND FANTASY MAGAZINE Volume 1, #2: May-June 1978, NM, Last Issue, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" front cover and "Star Wars" back cover, "The Swarm," Ray Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles" on stage, Mark Hamill talks about making "Star Wars," Behind the Scenes of "Star Wars" with Gary Kurtz, Charles Lippincott, John Dykstra, Rick Baker, Douglas Barnett, Adam Beckett, Robert Blalack, Chris Casady, Richard Edlund, Peter Kuran, Bruce Logan, Dennis Muran, Sam Shaw, and Joe Viskocil, in-depth making of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" with Douglas Trumbull, Christopher Lee profile Part 2, "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" remake, Kirk Alyn, "Quark" TV Series, the new "Superman" movie with Ilya Salkind interview, Walt Disney's "Return From Witch Mountain," "The Manitou," "Meteor," loaded with B&W and color photos, also news briefs on SF films and TV shows. See cover  $20

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SCREEN SUPERSTAR STAR WARS SPECIAL: 1977, VF, Beautiful, oversized 9 x 11.5 inch magazine, color issue covering the making of the Star Wars, Special Effects information, bios on cast and crew. This was the finest magazine of its time to cover the film. See cover  $25

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SELECT VIDEO/ESSEX FILMS CATALOG: January 1981, Graded F/VF (the slick black cover shows wear, but the insides are NM), This full color, 8.5 x 11 inch, coated stock, 24 page catalog lists the 66 films that Essex had for sale at the time on VHS and Beta tapes. The catalog reproduces the one-sheets from many classic films, most 2 or 3 to a page, including Champagne For Breakfast, For The Love Of Pleasure, Sex World, Platos The Movie, Blondes Have More Fun, Ms. Magnificent, A Piece of American Pie, Health Spa, Starship Eros, China de Sade, Ecstasy, Lipps & McCain, and many others from the Golden Age of XXX Films. You'll see photos of stars Seka, Deseree/Desiree (spelled both ways) Cousteau, Annette Haven, Linda Wong, Amber Hunt, and others. Great reference work, except running times, which are uselessly listed as "Approx. 90 min." for every film! This copy was obtained directly at the Hollywood warehouse and I doubt if you'll find many others floating around. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this catalog. See cover  $75

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SPACE: 1999 #6: Charlton Magazine, August 1976, NM-, Cover art by Gray Morrow; interior artwork by Gray Morrow, Adolfo Buylla and Vicente Alcazar. See cover  $20

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DER SPIEGEL (The Mirror) #39: September 23, 1974, VG: "Second Class Postage Paid at New York, NY" stamped on bottom right front cover border with price written next to it, The Exorcist/Linda Blair demon make-up shot front cover and a lengthy feature article on the film inside, including color and B&W photos, plus demon/devil/possession related articles. Warner Bros. blocked the make-up shots from being published early on and this magazine was one of the earliest to print them. Interview with Willem Cornelis van Dam about demonology, possession, etc. is also inside. A rare Exorcist-related magazine in the U.S. From the first year of Der Spiegel's publication! All in German. See cover  $45

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STAR ENCOUNTERS #2: June 1978, NM, "Star Wars," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "2001: A Space Odyssey," "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," "Capricorn One," "Destination Moon," "War of the Worlds," Professor Quatermass, 8 pages of color photos, and more! See cover  $18

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STARLOG

STARLOG #1: August 1976, VF/NM, Star Trek cover painting by Jack Thurston. Star Trek articles, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek complete episode guide including titles, stories, guest stars, and air dates, Star Trek puzzles and word games, The Bionic Woman, Space: 1999 second season changes, new King Kong with stills from the original version, "Squirm," Isaac Asimov piece, David Bowie in “The Man Who Fell To Earth” blurb, plus news pieces. See cover  $50

STARLOG #2: November 1976, NM, Space: 1999 cover painting by Dick Kohfield. Gene Roddenberry, the "new" Star Trek movie, famous Star Trek fans - including Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, and Rod Serling, "Logan's Run," new TV Season shows, “War Of The Worlds,” Space: 1999 with Complete Season 1 episode guide plus 12 episodes from Season 2, Flash Gordon with gorgeous Alex Raymond illustrations, 1936 Flash Gordon serial chapter guide, Comic book/strip characters come to movies and TV, Science Fiction Film Soundtracks, plus news pieces. See cover  $30

STARLOG #3: January 1977, VF/NM, Star Trek cover artwork by Jack Rickard. 40 Science Fiction movies made for TV, Star Trek convention history with photo scrapbook and pieces on most of the main original series actors and a few guest stars, photo essay on 75 years of film and TV spaceships, Space: 1999 with new episode guides from Season 2, Lee Majors - "The Six Million Dollar Man," plus news pieces. See cover  $20

STARLOG #4: March 1977, VF/NM, Six Million Dollar Man & Bionic Woman cover painting by Jack Thurston. Wade Williams, Richard Anderson interview (The Six Million Dollar Man & The Bionic Woman discussed), 3-D Science Fiction films with 3-D filmography, Jessica Lange King Kong photos, interview with Nick Tate of Space: 1999, The Outer Limits behind the scenes stories and a complete series episode guide, Fredric Brown’s “Arena” with Boris Vallejo color artwork, the "Arena" Star Trek episode, David Gerrold's new opinion column begins, plus news pieces. See cover  $17

STARLOG #5: May 1977, VF/NM, Space Artwork cover by Don Dixon. “UFO” TV series with complete episode guide, Space: 1999 Season 2 final episode guide, Star Trek censored in Texas, 3-D History and Techniques with Jack Rickard color illustration, 3-D How to do-it-yourself, 3-D photos inside, Science Fiction TV show address guide, Spacescapes color gallery with artwork by Don Dixon, plus news pieces. See cover  $17

STARLOG #6: June 1977, VF, “Destination Moon” cover. The Making of “Destination Moon” by Robert A. Heinlein, Special Effects: Part 1 - Miniatures, the Star Trek movie report by Susan Sackett, Star Trek TV animated series with complete episode guide, “Fantastic Journey” with Roddy McDowall and D.C. Fontana interviewed, Science Fiction film address guide, Space: 1999 cancelled, “Star Wars” brief preview with Ralph McQuarrie paintings, plus news pieces. See cover  $14

STARLOG #7: August 1977, VF/NM, “Star Wars” cover with lengthy “Star Wars” article inside, “Rocketship X-M” with Kelly Freas color artwork, National Air & Space Museum, NASA space shuttle, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, screenwriter Allan Scott on Star Trek The Movie, Space: 1999 Eagle ships with centerfold Eagle blueprints, Special Effects: Part 2 - Robby the Robot, plus news pieces. See cover  $25

STARLOG #8: September 1977, NM, Special Effects: Part 3 - Stop Motion Animation discussed with Ray Harryhausen and others, “Star Wars” photos, Harlan Ellison interview, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, “The Fly,” flying on the Space Shuttle, Saturday Morning TV preview with upcoming season guide, Halley’s Comet, plus news pieces. See cover  $20

STARLOG #9: October 1977, VF/NM, Logan's Run TV show cover. Special TV Issue featuring "Logan's Run" with Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts interviewed, Lynda Carter/Wonder Woman interview, Patrick Duffy/Man From Atlantis interview, Jared Martin/Fantastic Journey interview with complete episode guide, Gerry Anderson interview, William Shatner on life after Star Trek, Kid-Vid Update for Fall's Science Fiction TV schedule, Special Effects: Part 4 - Magicam, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, the Golden Age of Science Fiction TV shows, "Star Wars" with mini-glossary, Wernher Von Braun memorial, plus news pieces. See cover  $17

STARLOG #10: December 1977, NM, “When Worlds Collide” cover. The World's of George Pal, "Faster Than Light" by Isaac Asimov, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind,” Science Fiction & Rock Music, Ray Harryhausen interview, TV's new "Space Academy," Space: 1999 set designs, Ralph Bakshi on "The Lord of the Rings," Albert Glasser, Special Effects: Part 5 - Homemade SPFX, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $20

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STARLOG #11: January 1978, NM, Rick Baker cover. "The Prisoner" TV series with complete episode guide, NBC's "Quark," “The Incredible Shrinking Man,” Special Effects: Part 6 - Make-up Part 1 with John Chambers, Stuart Freeborn and Rick Baker, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind,” science fiction comic books, computer games, TV's "Logan's Run," Ilya Salkind on “Superman,” Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

STARLOG #12: March 1978, NM, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” cover. "Laserblast," Gene Roddenberry interview on the new "Star Trek," "Starship Invasions," The Making of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” including interviews with the cast and crew, Douglas Trumbull’s special effects secrets and alien designs, Special Effects: Part 7 - Make-up Part 2 with Dan Striepeke and Dick Smith, TV superheroes including Spider-Man and The Hulk, new design for the starship Enterprise, UFOs: Reel vs. Real, Star Wars digital animation, Chesley Bonestell paintings, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

STARLOG #13: May 1978, VF, Space Art cover by Ludek Pesek. "The Manitou," David Prowse interview, CBS' "The Return of Captain Nemo," “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” color photos, Walt Disney’s space shows of the '50s, “The Time Machine,” Special Effects: Part 8 - Matthew Yuricich's matte paintings, 3001: A Space Comedy with art by Don Dixon, Logan’s Run complete TV episode guide, Forrest J. Ackerman, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, on the set of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," plus news pieces. See cover  $11

STARLOG #14: June 1978, NM, “Star Wars” matte painter Peter S. Ellenshaw on cover and in Special Effects: Part 9 - Matte Artists, Jim Danforth's stop motion animation, “The Incredible Melting Man,” Virgil Finlay artwork, Space: 1999 color photos, "The Last Voyage of the Starship Enterprise" SNL script by Michael O'Donoghue with color illustrations by Jack Rickard, “Capricorn One” preview, Saving NASA’s Skylab,  Interplanetary Excursions Inc.,  "Project UFO" producer William T. Coleman interviewed, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

STARLOG #15: August 1978, VF/NM, “This Island Earth” cover with inside story and color photos, Richard Donner interviewed on "Superman," David Gerrold’s new novel “Death Beast,” Rod Serling’s "Twilight Zone" 18 page special section with episode guide, "Battlestar Galactica" preview, Special Effects: Part 10 - Sound Effects in the Golden Era, “Star Wars” merchandise, Grand Canyon of Mars, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, Thongor, Brian DePalma's "The Fury," David Ayres alien make-up, plus news pieces. See cover  $13

STARLOG #16: September 1978, VF/NM, Robert McCall's pre-production art for "Buck Rogers" on cover and inside, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” Director Philip Kaufman interviewed, "The Invaders" TV episode guide, Alan Dean Foster interview with Ralph McQuarrie artwork, the making of “Fantastic Voyage,” Solar power satellites, Interplanetary Excursions to Mercury, Bert I. Gordon's films, The Body Human - The Red River, Special Effects: Part 11 - Supermarionation, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, Space stamps in color, plus news pieces. See cover  $13

STARLOG #17: October 1978, F due to lower spine corner ding, "Battlestar Galactica" cover and inside color poster by Ralph McQuarrie, Special Fall TV Issue, Gene Roddenberry on "Star Trek: TMP," Steven Spielberg, Joe Haldeman, Ralph McQuarrie color artwork and interview, SF TV Show Updates, TV Superheroes: Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk and Wonder Woman, Supermarionation in advertising, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, "Dr. Strange" TV pilot, Special Effects: Part 12 - Explosions for Miniatures, Frank Frazetta ERB artwork, plus news pieces. See cover  $6.50

STARLOG #18: December 1978, NM, Hollywood Halloween cover. Special Effects: Part 13 - Halloween special effects wizards in Hollywood, Gary Kurtz interview on "The Empire Strikes Back," "Battlestar Galactica" interviews with Dirk Benedict and Richard Hatch, Dracula movies, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde movies, "The Boys From Brazil," David Hasselhoff in the "Adventures of Stella Star," "Piranha," Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

STARLOG #19: February 1979, NM, Star Wars TV Special cover. Gil Gerard speaks about “Buck Rogers,” Battlestar Galactica's Maren Jensen interviewed, “Invasion Of The Body Snatchers” remake, Ralph Bakshi interviewed on “The Lord Of The Rings” animated feature, Roger Corman interview, Star Wars CBS TV Special, Special Effects: Part 14 - The Mothership from CE3K, Volcanoes on Mars, "Superman" preview, NASA: Flying in Space, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, Faeries with art by Brian Froud, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

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STARLOG #21: April 1979, VF, "Buck Rogers" cover. Mark Hamill interview, the Venus Pioneer orbiter, "Battlestar Galactica" bridge set, "Lost In Space" with complete TV episode guide, George Romero "Dawn of the Dead" interview, Buck Rogers The Movie, history of plastic space model kits with SF model checklist, Special Effects: Part 16 - Animation by David Allen, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $11

STARLOG #23: June 1979, F due to lower spine corner ding, "Alien" cover. Special preview of "Alien," "Monument," "Dr. Who" with 1974-78 seasons episode guide, "The Day The Earth Stood Still," behind the scenes with Joe Viskocil, David Prowse interview, black actors in science fiction films, Special Effects: Part 18 - Careers 1, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $7

STARLOG #24: July 1979, NM, Special Anniversary Issue, squarebound, Starlog #1 - 22 index, William Shatner interview, 32 page color section featuring Star Wars, Star Trek, CE3K, Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers, Superman, Space: 1999, and much more, Space Art, Jovian Passage, Leonard Nimoy interview, UFOs, Anniversary salute to Starlog, James Bond "Moonraker," "The Cry of Cthulhu," Major Mars, Walter Hill interview discussing "Alien," plus news pieces. See cover  $20

STARLOG #25: August 1979, VF, Star Trek's new USS Enterprise by Mike Minor cover. Dale Enzenbacher's bronze sculptures, Ray Bradbury interview, the making of "The Thing," Mike Minor interview with color paintings shown including a USS Enterprise centerfold, lighting the Enterprise, "Alien" photos, Star Trek: TMP progress report, Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum, fantasy art pinball machines, Special Effects: Part 19 - Careers 2 with Frank Van Der Veer, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $11

STARLOG #27: October 1979, NM, "Battlestar Galactica" cover. Filmation's space cartoons, Ray Bradbury's "The  Martian Chronicles," model makers at Magicam, "Battlestar Galactica" article with episode guide, Disney's "The Black Hole," "Time After Time" Nicholas Meyer interview, "Urshurak" with the Brothers Hildebrandt artwork, Special Effects: Part 21 - Brian Johnson and Nick Allder on "Alien," filming "Dune," Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

STARLOG #28: November 1979, NM, "Buck Rogers In The 25th Century" cover and inside Fall TV preview. "Battlestar Galactica" at the Universal Studios Tour, Don Post Studios, Lynda Carter/Wonder Woman with episode guide, The Hulk/Lou Ferrigno interview, Herb Jefferson Jr. interviewed about Batllestar Galactica, Special Effects: Part 22 - Les Bowie Part 1, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $15

STARLOG #29: December 1979, VF/NM, "Meteor" cover and "making of" article inside. Ted Parvin "Meteor" interview, Erin Gray "Buck Rogers" interview, Martin Bower's miniatures, SF merchandise guide, Dean Jeffries' SF vehicles, Mork and Mindy effects, Buster Crabbe interviewed on his role in the new "Buck Rogers," Special Effects: Part 23 - Les Bowie Part 2, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $13

STARLOG #30: January 1980, NM, "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" cover. Star Trek: TMP special issue: Director Robert Wise interviewed, Walter Koenig's Trek diary, Production Designer Harold Michaelson, "The Questor Tapes," Martin Bower miniatures, stuntwomen, Special Effects: Part 24 - the matte-scan with Harrison Ellenshaw, plus news pieces. See cover  $18

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STAR TV PROGRAM GUIDE - San Francisco Bay Area Cable TV Guide, Size Roughly 8.5 x 5.5 inches, glossy pages

STAR TV PROGRAM GUIDE: February 1982, VG- with address label peeled off back cover, 66 pages, Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall in Popeye cover and inside, features on Robin Williams, Shelley Duvall, Robert Altman, Vikki LaMotta, and Robert DeNiro, plus Raging Bull, Tess, The Competition, La Cage Aux Folles I & II, Elvis Presley, The Way We Were, All Night Long, The Man Who Saw Tomorrow, The Shout, My Bloody Valentine, The Dogs Of War, The Frisco Kid, Sunday Lovers, First Family, The Grasshopper, The Hollywood Knights, Which Way Is Up, Scanners, Altered States, Back Roads, The Black Hole, The Hunter, Nine To Five, Three Women, Fatso, and more! See cover  $4

STAR TV PROGRAM GUIDE: March 1982, F with address label on back cover, 66 pages, Holmes Vs. Cooney/The Oscar cover, features on Clint Eastwood, Richard Pryor, Jack Nicholson, George Burns, AMPAS, and Frank Capra, plus Any Which Way You Can!, Bustin' Loose, In God We Trust, The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Mirror Crack'd, Thief, The Final Conflict, A Change Of Seasons, Winter Equinox, Oh God!, Used Cars, Caveman (with Ringo!), Salem's Lot, Eyes Of A Stranger, Ray Charles, The Pointer Sisters, The Tin Drum, Dog Day Afternoon, Network, Raging Bull, Ordinary People, Melvin And Howard, Manhattan, Mogambo, The Rose, Seems Like Old Times, and more! See cover  $6

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STAR WARP #1: April 1978, NM with 6 interior pages having a 1 inch factory sorting tear, "Star Wars," "Starship Invasion," "Laserblast," "Logan's Run," Hugo Gernsbach, Science Fiction on TV, Science Fiction Animation, Time Travel movies, 8 pages of color photos, and more! See cover  $12

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