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Leonard Maltin - Selected Short Subjects A book about the history of Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s, in regard to short subjects: one and two reelers. The saga of the movie short subject has finally been written. For decades, countless millions of movie-goers the world over were short-subject fans. When the main title of a popular minifilm or personality was flashed on a cinema screen the cash customers generally burst into happy applause and, often, screams of delight. An exhibitor would no...
Topic: Movies
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Dr Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine Film comedy starring Vincent Price . A James Bond spoof. The title spoofs the Bond films Dr No and Goldfinger , as Dr Goldfoot. A mad scientist (Vincent Price) builds an android machine, which manufactures dozens of beautiful girl androids in bikinis. Wacky Sixties science fiction comedy. Vincent Price is excellent as the mad genius who wants to use his invention to rule the world. Movie poster
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Hugh Walters was a British writer of science fiction for children, who is best remembered for creating the Chris Godfrey of U.N.E.X.A. series, about the fictional United Nations Exploration Agency. This ran to 20 volumes, some of which are presented here. These are strong stories, well written, aimed at anyone with an interest in the actual Space Race of the 1950s and '60s. Of his writing, Walters said:  I believe a good SF story should (1) entertain, (2) educate painlessly, and (3) inspire...
Topic: Science Fiction
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Science  -  Einstein's Theory of Relativity A collection of articles written by or about Albert Einstein , one of the most famous figures in the history of science, explaining his Theory of Relativity.
Topics: Science, Astronomy
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May 24, 2022
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Science - Black Holes A collection of articles written for the general reader, explaining the theory of Black Holes in an easy to understand form. Mainly written by Professor Stephen Hawking , one of the most famous recent figures in the science community. Also included is the Professor's most famous book, because of its coverage of this topic. The book covers other topics also, but Black Holes are a key part of it.
Topics: Science, Astronomy
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Babylon 5 - ePub Collection Presented here is an eclectic selection from the many paperbacks based on the Babylon 5 tv show which were published in the early 1990s. I've tried to pick out the best of the available novels, but if you are familiar with the Byzantine plot structure the television show had, you will realise that, because the novels were mainly contemporaneous with the original show, many of them contradict it, as the show was notorious for the number of plotlines, and characters,...
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May 21, 2022
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Blake's 7 - ePub Collection Presented here are all five of the paperbacks based on the Blake's 7 tv show which were published in the 1980s. The 25 year period of publishers copyright under section 15 of the UK's Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 (www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/48) has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Planet of the Apes - TV Series - ePub Collection Presented here are all four of the paperbacks based on the Planet of the Apes television series which were published in the 1970s.
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Planet of the Apes - The Movies - ePub Collection Presented here are all five of the paperbacks based on the Planet of the Apes movies which were published in the 1970s.
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Gerry Anderson's Space 1999 - ePub Collection Presented here are all 17 of the novels based on the 1975 television series Space 1999 created by Gerry Anderson which were published in the 1970s. These novels were written by E C Tubb ,   John Rankine , Brian Ball and Michael Butterworth . Originally published by Orbit in paperback. Note : The 25 year period of publishers copyright under section 15 of the UK's Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 (www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/48) has...
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May 21, 2022
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Gerry Anderson's UFO - ePub Collection Presented here are both of the novels based on the UFO television series created by Gerry Anderson which were published in the 1960s. These novels were written by Robert Miall (a pen-name of John Burke). Originally published by Pan in paperback. Both volumes are novelisations of episodes from the television series. Note : The 25 year period of publishers copyright under section 15 of the UK's Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988...
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The Secret Service - ePub Collection Presented here are both of the novels based on the Secret Service television series created by Gerry Anderson which were published in the 1960s. These novels were written by John Theydon (a pen-name of John W Jennison). Originally published by Armada in paperback. Set in the year 2069, and based on the British science fiction television series. The television show was made in 1969, by ATV/ITC for Lew Grade (later Lord Grade), in Supermarionation, on film and...
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Captain Scarlet - ePub Collection Presented here are all three of the novels based on the Captain Scarlet television series created by Gerry Anderson which were published in the 1960s. These novels were written by John Theydon (a pen-name of John W Jennison). Originally published by Armada in paperback. Note : The 25 year period of publishers copyright under section 15 of the UK's Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 (www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/48) has expired for all items included in...
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David Niven - 2 Volumes of Autobiography Hollywood movie star David Niven published two volumes of autobiography, recording the highlights of a long and eventful showbusiness career, stretching from the 1930s to the 1970s. 1972 - The Moon's a Balloon 1975 - Bring on the Empty Horses
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Stingray - ePub Collection Presented here are both of the novels based on the Stingra y television series created by Gerry Anderson which were published in the 1960s. These novels were written by John Theydon (a pen-name of John W Jennison). Originally published by Armada in paperback. These novels are the most recent revised editions of the two epub files, corrected as at 16 May 2022, in which mistakes present in earlier editions -- due to the automatic Optical Character Recognition (OCR)...
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Thunderbirds - ePub Collection Presented here are all nine novels based on the Thunderbirds television series created by Gerry Anderson which were published in the 1960s. These novels were mainly written by John Theydon (some were published under his real name, John W Jennison), except for two of the Lady Penelope titles which were written by Kevin McGary . Originally published by Armada in paperback or by World Distributors in hardcover. The novels presented on this webpage are the most recent...
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The Man from UNCLE   --  16 magazine stories These sixteen novellas were originally published in The Man From UNCLE magazine in 1965-66. Published under the collective pen-name Robert Hart Davis , these stories are in fact by various different authors. Davis is a house pseudonym. The automatic player, above, only shows a few of the sixteen magazines. The complete collection of sixteen editions can be found here:    https://archive.org/download/man-from-uncle-magazine-stories
Topic: UNCLE
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Patrick Moore - Guide to the Stars (1960 Edition) Presented here are two editions of this handbook of Astronomy, both published in 1960, one of which is for observers in Great Britain, the other for observers in the USA. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
Topic: Astronomy
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Patrick Moore - Yearbook of Astronomy During the 1970s, Sir Patrick Moore was the editor of an annual volume, the Yearbook of Astronomy , which published notes and star charts for the assistance of the amateur observer in each month of the year, together with a collection of articles on topics related to astronomy in general. The monthly notes continue to be of use: in any year, the Constellations visible in the night sky during any given month are broadly identical in every year. Only the...
Topic: Astronomy
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Jennings Goes to School (1950) Anthony Buckeridge When Jennings arrives at Linbury Court Preparatory School as a new boy, he soon discovers how much he has to learn, especially when the other boys seem to be talking in a different language! Spivish ozard! But it is not long before Jennings becomes a celebrity, following an intrepid escape from the school grounds and a riotous attempt to enliven a fire practice, which leaves Old Wilkie literally climbing the walls! From then on, every time...
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Timeslip - Bruce Stewart Timeslip   is a novel adapted from the successful 1970s Television Series, written by Bruce Stewart, based on an original format by J and R Boswell. Produced by ATV Network Ltd. St Oswald, 1970. In   The Wrong End of Time   Simon and Liz crash into an invisible barrier and are plunged into the dangerous days of 1940; then in The Time of the Ice-Box   they travel to a confrontation at the South Pole some time in the future. Simon Randall and Liz Skinner pass through...
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Mar 26, 2022
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Secret Agent X-9 by Dashiell Hammett Episode 1 - Murder Mansion Episode 2 - Carnage at Sea Episode 3 - The Powers That Be Episode 4 - You're the Top 320 kbps 48 kHz m4a (aac) Tough-guy hero Secret Agent X-9 (Stuart Milligan) tackles his arch-enemy The Top in 1934. A warehouse is ablaze on New York's Lower East Side, where a gang of gun-runners are holed-up -- until their supply of ammunition explodes. Secret Agent X-9 receives a phone call from wealthy industrialist Tarleton Powers, asking for...
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Mar 15, 2022
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Billy Bunter  :  Radio shows Good Old Greyfriars - 1981-09-22 - 40th Anniversary documentary Saturday Night Theatre - 1986-12-13 - Billy Bunter's Christmas Party Whatever Happened To - s01e04 - Horace Henry Samuel Quelch
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Pulp Fiction Miscellaneous
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The Best of John Jakes Published in 1977 by DAW Books (No. 244). This is a scan of the edition printed in Canada by The New American Library of Canada (pdf OCR Bookmarks, 8.9 MB) From the ISFDB, these are the contents: * 7 • Introduction (The Best of John Jakes) ( http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?119278 ) • essay by Martin H. Greenberg ( http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?509 ) *and* Joseph D. Olander ( http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?7854 ) * 13 • Machine (...
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Laurel And Hardy's Laughing 20's Compilation by Robert Youngson of highlights from the 1920s Silent screen comedies of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Black-and-white. Comedy.
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Bill the Galactic Hero - Harry Harrison A science fiction comedy in 7 Volumes, written by Harry Harrison . Harry Harrison - [Bill 01] - Bill the Galactic Hero Harry Harrison - [Bill 02] - On the Planet of Robot Slaves Harry Harrison - [Bill 03] - On the Planet of Bottled Brains Harry Harrison - [Bill 04] - On the Planet of Tasteless Pleasure Harry Harrison - [Bill 05] - On the Planet of Zombie Vampires Harry Harrison - [Bill 06] - On The Planet of the Hippies From Hell Harry Harrison - [Bill...
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E. E. "Doc" Smith's classic Lensman Series 01:  Triplanetary 02:  First Lensman 03:  Galactic Patrol 04:  Gray Lensman 05:  Second Stage Lensman 06:  Children of the Lens Here are all six novels in the ' Lensman ' series, written in the 1930s by Edward E Smith, PhD , more familiarly known as E E "Doc" Smith , the inventor of the space opera. The series was first published in serial form in the SF magazines of the 1930s, before appearing in book form from 1950. Two...
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Penny Dreadfuls And Comics (V & A Museum, 1983) by Carpenter, Kevin Penny Dreadfuls And Comics: English Periodicals For Children From Victorian Times To The Present Day . A Loan Exhibition from the Library of Oldenburg University, West Germany, at the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood, 2 June-20 October 1983. By Kevin Carpenter. (London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1983) (124 pages) CBR (128 MB) £4.95 A profusely illustrated catalogue (in B&W and color) for a 1983 loan exhibition of...
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Biggles In France  -  Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #9 A further collection of short stories set in World War One, originally published as a series in a magazine, written by an author who served as an officer in the British airforce in that war. Here presented in .epub format. The hero of these tales, informally known as Biggles, is a British fighter pilot attached to 266 Squadron, based on the Western Front in France. These tales are set in 1917 and 1918. The squadron is equipped with the...
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The Three Investigators presented by Alfred Hitchcock A pulp magazine collection in 54 volumes. Until the 1960s, many pulp magazines were published each month in the USA. Some contained mystery tales. Here is a collection of 54 such tales associated with the motion picture director Alfred Hitchcock, the complete series dealing with the trio of detectives known as The Three Investigators. Pulp magazines were a popular form of printed periodical in Britain and America long ago This is a set of...
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A Bakers Dozen of Suspense Stories by Alfred Hitchcock (Editor) A pulp magazine; a collection of 13 short stories. Published in December1963. This magazine includes stories by many famous authors including Agatha Christie, Graham Greene, John Steinbeck, Ray Bradbury, and D H Lawrence. With an introduction by Alfred Hitchcock. Until the 1960s, many pulp magazines were published each month This is a scan of a Pulp Magazine, a popular form of printed periodical in Britain and America long ago,...
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The Clitheroe Kid Starring Lancashire comedian Jimmy Clitheroe , this is a British radio comedy series which began in April 1956. Set in the North of England. Jimmy Clitheroe, born in 1921, was an English variety artist who began his career on the music-halls. In his act, he always played a schoolboy -- on the stage, on tv, and on radio. A collection of recordings in WAV format, mostly with lossless compression as .ape files (Monkeys Audio format), from Series 7 to 12. Note : The 50 year period...
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The Clitheroe Kid Starring Lancashire comedian Jimmy Clitheroe , this is a British radio comedy series which began in April 1956. Set in the North of England. Jimmy Clitheroe, born in 1921, was an English variety artist who began his career on the music-halls. In his act, he always played a schoolboy -- on the stage, on tv, and on radio. A collection of recordings in WAV format, mostly with lossless compression as .ape files (Monkeys Audio format), from Series 2 to 6. Note : The 50 year period...
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The Clitheroe Kid Starring Lancashire comedian Jimmy Clitheroe , this is a British radio comedy series which began in April 1956. Set in the North of England. Jimmy Clitheroe, born in 1921, was an English variety artist who began his career on the music-halls. In his act, he always played a schoolboy -- on the stage, on tv, and on radio. A collection of recordings in WAV format, mostly with lossless compression as .ape files (Monkeys Audio format), from Series 14 to 15. Note : The 50 year...
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Battle Picture Library #29:  Jaws Of Hell UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Commando Picture Library #887:  International Squadron UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Air Ace Picture Library #122:  Jungle Wings UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Air Ace Picture Library #117:  Cruel Harvest UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Air Ace Picture Library #95:  Death Takes Wing UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Battlestar Galactica (1978): Battlestar Galactica Annual 1980 Mission Galactica: The Cylon Attack Published in London Printed in Holland
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Nigel Short’s Chess Skills Guidance on playing the game of Chess, from a well regarded 20th Century British player. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
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Lion and Thunder - Sark The Sleeper (compilation) Repaired (version 2). A compilation of the science fiction strip Sark The Sleeper from 1973 (b/w). Originally presented in Lion and Thunder , a UK boys comic. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
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Thunderbirds - Mini Album MA 103: Introducing Thunderbirds 21 minutes of adventure : A Thunderbirds mini album, originally released in 1965 as an LP (33rpm vinyl record) by Gerry Anderson 's company, Century 21 Ltd. International Rescue's newly appointed London agent, Lady Penelope, and her chauffeur Parker, the latest additions to the International Rescue organisation, are given a guided tour of Tracy Island by Jeff Tracy, to become acquainted with the Thunderbirds machines. Lady Penelope...
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Thunderbirds - Mini Album MA 110: The Stately Homes Robberies 21 minutes of adventure : A Thunderbirds mini album, originally released in 1965 as an LP (33rpm vinyl record) by Gerry Anderson 's company, Century 21 Ltd. International Rescue's London agent, Lady Penelope, and her chauffeur Parker, investigate a series of robberies of English stately homes. Written by Alan Fennell from a story by Jim Watson. Music by Barry Gray. Produced by Len Cleal. Lady Penelope ...... Sylvia Anderson Parker...
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Thunderbirds - Mini Album MA 107: FAB  ( The Abominable Snowman ) 21 minutes of adventure : A Thunderbirds mini album, originally released in 1965 as an LP (33rpm vinyl record) by Gerry Anderson 's company, Century 21 Ltd. International Rescue's London agent, Lady Penelope, and her chauffeur Parker, are assigned by Jeff Tracy to investigate a series of mysterious disappearances in the snowy wastes of the Himalayas that are being linked to the legendary Abominable Snowman. Written by Des...
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The Glorious Fifth At Greyfriars - Frank Richards Magnet #1290 A complete story in one volume. Remember, Remember, the Fifth of November! November 5th -- Bonfire Night -- is a big event in the autumn term at Greyfriars, for Billy Bunter and his pals: Harry Wharton & Co, Lord Mauleverer, Smithy, et al. On the great and glorious Fifth of November the Greyfriars fellows are allowed to spread themselves to any extent with crackers, squibs, roman candles, all sorts and conditions of fireworks....
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids Part 7 (of 7) - The Magnet #1284 The Eye Of Osiris Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are on holiday in Egypt, searching for the treasure. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's...
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids Part 6 (of 7) - The Magnet #1283 The Secret Of The Scarab Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are on holiday in Egypt, searching for the treasure. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the...
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids Part 5 (of 7) - The Magnet #1282 The Shadowed Schoolboy Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are on holiday in Egypt, searching for the treasure. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's...
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids Part 4 (of 7) - The Magnet #1281 Billy Bunter's Bargain Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are on holiday in Egypt, searching for the treasure. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's...
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids Part 3 (of 7) - The Magnet #1280 The Lure Of The Golden Scarab Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are on holiday in Egypt, searching for the treasure. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under...
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids Part 2 (of 7) - The Magnet #1279 Harry Wharton And Co In Egypt Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are on holiday in Egypt, searching for the treasure. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under...
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Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids by Frank Richards Part 1 - The Magnet #1278 Southward Bound Somewhere in Egypt lies a hidden treasure worth a quarter of a million pounds. The only clue to its whereabouts is to be found from a Golden Scarab, which is now in the hands of Harry Wharton and Co of Greyfriars. Financed by Lord Mauleverer, Wharton & Co -- accompanied by Billy Bunter -- are holidaying in Egypt, searching for the treasure. This is a .pdf scan of the original 1932 magazine,...
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Ace Doubles #D139 The Atom Curtain - Nick Boddie Williams Originally scanned as a set of page images, this magazine has now been converted to an .ePub text format. Before the 1960s, many pulp magazines were published each month in the USA. Some contained science fiction tales. Here is one such, a sci fi story from one of the very best professional SF authors who would go on to dominate the field in the 1950s and 1960s. This is a scanned copy of a pulp magazine, originally published in a digest...
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Ace Doubles #D139 Alien from Arcturus - Gordon R. Dickson Originally scanned as a set of page images, this magazine has now been converted to an .ePub text format. Before the 1960s, many pulp magazines were published each month in the USA. Some contained science fiction tales. Here is one such, a sci fi story from one of the very best professional SF authors who would go on to dominate the field in the 1950s and 1960s. This is a scanned copy of a pulp magazine, originally published in a digest...
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Biggles of 266 -  Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #54 A further collection of short stories set in World War One, originally published as a series in a magazine, written by an author who served as an officer in the British airforce in that war. The hero of these tales, informally known as Biggles, is a British fighter pilot attached to 266 Squadron, based on the Western Front in France. These tales are set in 1917 and 1918. The squadron is equipped with the popular model of fighter aircraft known...
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Biggles Flies East - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #7 A tale set in World War One, originally published in 1935, written by an author who served as an officer in the British airforce in that war. The hero of the tale, informally known as Biggles, is a fighter pilot attached to a British squadron based on the Western Front in France, during 1917 and 1918. Mistaken for an enemy agent, he finds himself working for the Germans. As a double-agent, can he survive the eagle-eyed suspicions of his German...
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Biggles of the Camel Squadron - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #3 A further collection of short stories set in World War One, originally published as a series in a magazine, written by an author who served as an officer in the British airforce in that war. The hero of these tales, informally known as Biggles, is a fighter pilot attached to a British squadron based on the Western Front in France. These tales are set in 1917 and 1918. The squadron is equipped with the popular model of fighter...
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The Camels are Coming - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #1 The first ever Biggles volume, a collection of short stories set in World War One, originally published as a series in a magazine, written by an author who served as an officer in the British airforce in that war. The hero of these tales, informally known as Biggles, is a fighter pilot attached to a British squadron based on the Western Front in France. These tales are set in 1917 and 1918. The squadron is equipped with the popular model of...
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Biggles Takes The Case - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #42 In the years following World War Two, Biggles was attached to Scotland Yard as an Air Police officer, heading an investigation unit which dealt with crimes involving aviation. This is a collection of short stories detailing nine investigations handled by Biggles and Co, as Air Detective Inspector Bigglesworth, C.I.D., and his Air Police. Captain W.E. Johns was born in Hertfordshire in 1893. He flew with the Royal Flying Corps in the First...
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Biggles Works It Out - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #41 Captain W.E. Johns was born in Hertfordshire in 1893. He flew with the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War, and made a daring escape from a German prison camp in 1918. Between the wars he edited the magazines Flying and Popular Flying and became a writer for the Air Ministry. The first Biggles book, Biggles: The Camels are Coming , was published in 1932, and W. E. Johns went on to write 102 Biggles titles in all. The 25 year term of...
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No Rest For Biggles - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #55 Biggles is assigned to investigate the disappearance without trace, over Africa, of three practically new aircraft, which are suspected to have been lost due to sabotage. Captain W.E. Johns was born in Hertfordshire in 1893. He flew with the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War, and made a daring escape from a German prison camp in 1918. Between the wars he edited the magazines Flying and Popular Flying and became a writer for the Air...
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Another Job For Biggles - Captain W.E. Johns Biggles #39 Newly promoted to head an airbourne investigation team, Biggles is sent to Arabia to investigate drug smuggling in the desert. Captain W.E. Johns was born in Hertfordshire in 1893. He flew with the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War, and made a daring escape from a German prison camp in 1918. Between the wars he edited the magazines Flying and Popular Flying and became a writer for the Air Ministry. The first Biggles book, Biggles:...
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Two Complete Science-Adventure Books - No.8 Spring 1953 edition An American digest-size pulp magazine, containing two science fiction tales: #1:  Sargasso of Lost Cities by James Blish #2:  Survivor of Mars by Vargo Statten This volume includes another tale from the epic Cities in Flight saga by the famed American SF author, James Blish . This is a scan of a Pulp Magazine, a popular form of printed periodical in Britain and America long ago, provided by courtesy of:...
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Orca A novel by Arthur Herzog POCKET BOOKS Original Story and Screenplay by LUCIANO VINCENZONI and SERGIO DONATI Produced by LUCIANO VINCENZONI Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON A FAMOUS FILMS N.V. PRODUCTION A PARAMOUNT RELEASE
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Adventures in The Far Future & Tales of Outer Space Two books (anthologies), published in a single pulp magazine. Originally scanned as a set of page images, this magazine has now been converted to an .ePub text format. Before the 1960s, many pulp magazines were published each month in the USA. Some contained science fiction tales. Here is one such, an anthology collection of sci fi stories from some of the very best professional SF authors who would go on to dominate the field in the 1950s...
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Combat Picture Library #170:  The Grim Game of War UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages A Micron publication , circa 1966 . The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Combat Picture Library #169:  Hill of No Return UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages A Micron publication , circa 1966 . The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Combat Picture Library #168:  Strike Island UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages A Micron publication , circa 1966 . The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Battle Picture Library Vol.2 #7:   Tracks of a Killer UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Battle Picture Library Vol.2 #3:  Five Seconds to Live UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Battle Picture Library Vol.2 #1:   The Wining Round UK boys comic, war (b/w) 68 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection.
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Lion and Thunder - Sark The Sleeper A compilation of the science fiction strip Sark The Sleeper from 1973 (b/w). Originally presented in Lion and Thunder , a UK boys comic. Addendum : A revised (and much improved) version of this compilation is now available at:   https://archive.org/details/sark-the-sleeper-repaired-v-2 The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
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Thunder - Black Max A compilation of the supernatural strip Black Max from 1970 (b/w). Originally presented in Thunder , a UK boys comic. The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
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The Mighty Thor #143 And Soon Shall Come: the Enchanters Story: Stan Lee Art: Jack Kirby Synopsis -- In the dread land of Ringsfjord , Balder the Brave and the fair Sif are bested in combat with the evil Enchanters. Fleeing to Earth to enlist the aid of Mighty Thor , they are pursued by two of the deadly trio, whilst the third journeys to Valhallah, intent upon destroying Imperial Odin himself. Next ish: This Battleground, Earth.
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Thunder #2:  1970-10-24 UK boys comic (b/w) 36 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
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Thunder #1:  1970-10-17 UK boys comic (b/w) 36 pages The 25 year term of publishers copyright under the UK's Copyright Acts 1956-88 has expired for all items included in this collection
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FOOM #2  (1973):  Issue 2 of Marvel's official fanclub magazine of the 1970s. FOOM ( Friends Of Ol' Marvel ) was launched in 1973 by Marvel, as a follow up to the company's official 1960s fanclub, the MMMS ( Merry Marvel Marching Society ). For an annual subscription, members received, among other things, a quarterly fanzine published by Marvel itself, giving news about current and upcoming comix titles, plus background and insider information about the comics, about the staff artists and...
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The Man From UNCLE #3 The Copenhagen Affair by John Oram
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The Man From UNCLE #2 The Doomsday Affair by Harry Whittington In Hawaii… A beautiful spy who wanted Napoleon Solo to help her defect from Thrush was killed instantly when a lei of ginger flowers thrown around her neck suddenly exploded.   In Mexico… Illya Kuryakin followed the trail of a mysterious Chinese-American who had been reported dead in a plane crash years ago—but who was now a Thrush agent.   And in California… Deep in the interior of a mountain, technicians in a secret...
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The Man From UNCLE #1 The Thousand Coffins Affair by Michael Avallone It started with two beautiful girls. Napoleon Solo met Denise Fairmount in Paris, and that night in his hotel suite they were attacked by an eerie barrage of killing sound… He met copper-haired Jerry Terry in a plane going to Germany, and before long they were shot down… Then he met the twisted genius Golgotha, whose face was a skull-like travesty of hideously scarred tissue, and he learned of the endless variety of...
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Battlestar Galactica (1978): Battlestar Galactica Annual 1978 Published in London Printed in Holland
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Battlestar Galactica (1978) 14  Surrender the Galactica by Glen A Larson and Robert Thurston A new adventure -- never seen on television . Apollo and Starbuck have been chosen to test-run the new SuperViper , the most awesome ship ever created to help wipe thier enemies from space. But the deadliest enemy is among them, as a ruthless traitor plots to destroy the fleet from within. A Cylon assassin is on the loose somewhere on the   Galactica —and Boxey is missing! "Commander...
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Battlestar Galactica (1978) 13  Apollo's War by Glen A Larson and Robert Thurston A new adventure -- never seen on television . The beautiful planet Yevra is being ravaged by a decades-old conflict, a war that has gone on so long no one can remember its cause. Lured to the planet by the promise of provisions for the Galactican fleet, Apollo, Croft, and Sheba are captured. Quickly forged into a fighting unit, they are cannon-fodder in a war not their own. Apollo struggles to keep his comrades...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #8 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #7 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #6 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #4 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #3 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #2 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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TV Sci-Fi Monthly #1 A British glossy monthly magazine about television science fiction, published in 1976. Each issue was a mix of news and full length articles about popular 1960s and 1970s American and British tv sci-fi shows, seen on UK television during that year, including Star Trek , Doctor Who , Space 1999 and The Six Million Dollar Man . Each issue is based around a pin-up centrespread, revealled by unfolding the magazine. This publication had a most unusual format, in that it was...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #7 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were 'Suspense', 'Sinister...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #6 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were 'Suspense', 'Sinister...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #5 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were 'Suspense', 'Sinister...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #4 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were 'Suspense', 'Sinister...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #3 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were 'Suspense', 'Sinister...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #2 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were 'Suspense', 'Sinister...
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Alan Class comics - Creepy Worlds #1   (August 1962) 68 pages 1960's UK reprints (in b/w) by Alan Class , published monthly, licensed from 1950's sci-fi, monster and supernatural tales published in America by Marvel (when Marvel was still known as Atlas / Timely ). Mr Class republished classic tales featuring art by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby (amongst others) from the period before the Superhero revival began in 1961. Titles published in England each month by Alan Class & Co Ltd were...
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