Vintage Entertainment

Movies! Television! Music!

Until around 30 years ago, that was pretty much the extent of the entertainment world. No personal computers, smart devices, internet, Google, i-Tunes, YouTube, and countless other resources, and the nearly unlimited world of entertainment options those inventions brought into our lives.

If you wanted celebrity gossip or interviews, there were magazines for that. If you wanted to know what your favorite band or musical artist was up to, there were magazines for that. If you wanted the behind-the-scenes scoop on your favorite TV show, there were magazines for that.

Here in this section, you will find an ever-growing selection of vintage publications focused on all aspects of the entertainment world, from the 1920s up into the 1980s. If you lived through those times, have a little nostalgic visit. If you've heard stories that the world actually existed before the creation of the internet, when you actually had to look for a phone connected to a wire to call your friends, browse around and sample a taste of the way things used to be.


Country Music Vol. 7 #3

December 1977 KBO Publishers Inc.


Edd Byrnes Vol. 1 #1

October 1959 Ideal Publishing


Hollywood Yearbook Vol. 1 #1

1950 Dell Publishing


John Wayne

1979 Dell/Lorelei Publishing


John Wayne & The Great Cowboy Heroes

1979 Starlog Press


Major Bowes' Amateur Magazine #1

March 1936 Andrews Publishing


Movie Time #1

November 1951 Good Publications


Movie TV Family Album #3

1967 Publication House


Old Hollywood #1

1956 Martin Goodman/Warwick Publications


Ringling Bros Circus Magazine 1955

Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus Magazine and Program 1955 FN


Starlog #112

November, 1986


Starlog #42

January, 1981


Starlog #83

March, 1984


Starlog #87

October, 1984


Starlog #90

January, 1985


Starlog #92



Starlog #99

October, 1985


TV Diaries #1 VF Rare First Issue

TV Diaries #1 Rare First Issue 1956 VF


TV Song Stars #1

Rare First Issue 1953


TV's Top Ten #1



US Magazine

Star Trek's "Ilia" on cover