picturegoer


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picturegoer

(ˈpɪktʃəˌɡəʊə)
n
old-fashioned Brit a person who goes to the cinema, esp frequently
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picturegoer

[ˈpɪktʃəˌgəʊəʳ] Naficionado/a m/f al cine
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Picturegoer, Handsworth Birmingham Mail, January 26, 1954
Q I HAVE 135 Picturegoer magazines dating from 1948 to 1956 along with 25 Illustrated magazines from 1949.
They would sell pre-war film books and comics such as Picturegoer, Picture Show, Picture Post, Rover, Wizard, Hotspur, Adventure, and Champion.
Indeed, Cukor's collaboration with actress Katherine Hepburn in particular exploits a longstanding history of gender ambiguity perhaps coordinate with his own (and Deleuze's) depersonalizing approach to identity that Hepburn's most searching biographer, Andrew Britton, dates back to an article entitled "The Screen's Real Mystery Woman" from a November 1937 issue of Picturegoer Magazine.
Full of hope, I traversed my makeup rite of passage with Max Factor's pancake, seen in Picturegoer bestowing perfection on film stars.
I continued as a regular picturegoer throughout the 1950s, '60s and early '70s.
Value guide: 1933 King Kong original poster, pounds 25,000; Picturegoer magazine 1934 Jean Harlow issue, pounds 10; Williamson Kinematograph hand-cranked cinema camera, c1910, pounds 2,500.
LONDON'S Museum Of The Moving Image is hosting Picturegoer, an exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the cinema.
Our grandmothers could swoon over Picturegoer spreads of Cary in his suave prime and enjoy his signature wit and charisma on the big screen.
When my handsome, 16-year-old brother mutated, seemingly overnight, from a reasonably normal person into a full-on, quiff-sporting, slouchy James-Dean-lookalike disaffected teenager (styling courtesy of Picturegoer Magazine), that was a problem.
Ideally you could begin with a page of medieval calligraphy and move on to the dustjacket of an Agatha Christie thriller or even a 1940 copy of the fanzine film magazine Picturegoer.
Cris Langton, of Farnley Tyas, assures me that other picturegoers followed the same practice.