Two copies of Hong Kong-based film magazine, International Screen, December 1968 and October 1969.


International Screen was the publication of Hong Kong film studio MP&GI, founded by Loke Wan Tho and known for its stylish American-style comedies and musicals made for Chinese audiences. These issues feature mod graphics, shots from the studio's latest films, out-there hairstyles and fashions modelled on the studio's starlets, pin-up pages of the latest young actors and actresses to join the Hong Kong movie scene, and more.


Fair condition - toning to pages, creases and some marks to both covers and chipping at spines, tear to upper right-hand 1968 cover, wear, 1969 has torn hinges at top and bottom. See images for reference, and feel free to email for more information.

Hong Kong film magazine, International Screen, December 1968 & October 1969.


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