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Picturegoer was a magazine published in the United Kingdom between 1913 and 1960. Its primary focus was contemporary films and the performers who appeared in them.
It started as a weekly movie review in the era of silent films, then evolved into a weekly listing of films showing at UK cinemas when talkies became popular. Eventually it became a bi-weekly movie magazine featuring the screen's biggest stars that was sold at all movie theaters.