Bibliographic Details

The Motion picture news.

Imprint New York : Exhibitors' Times, 1913-1930.
Description 35 v. : ill. ; 30-31 cm.
Language English
Subject Motion pictures -- Periodicals.
Motion picture industry.
Motion pictures.
United States.
Periodicals.
Format Microform, Journal
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/2735122
Related ItemsContinues: Moving picture news
Merged with / Forms: Exhibitors herald-world
Merged with / Forms: Motion picture herald
Note: Merged with: Exhibitor's herald-world, to form: Motion picture herald.
Frequency Weekly
ISSN 0748-5921
Date/volume Vol. 8, no. 15 (Oct. 11, 1913)-v. 42, no. 26 (Dec. 27, 1930).
Notes Title from cover.
Microfilm. 1913-1930. On film with related title. New York : New York Public Library. 47 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Merged with: Exhibitor's herald-world, to form: Motion picture herald.
Other form Print version: Motion picture news

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  • v.8:no.15-26(1913:Oct 11-1914:Jan 3) filmed with: Moving picture news, v.6-8(1912-1913)
  • v.9-42(1914-1930) lacks v.21:no.3(1920), v.36:no.3(1927)
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