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1940s/1950s/Early 1960s Italian Pin-Up Magazines

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Mascotte or Mascotte Spettacolo (Mascotte showbiz) was a fortnightly magazine (then a ten-day periodical magazine and a weekly magazine) whose first issue was published in 1946. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and showbiz news. In 1964, the name was changed in Mascotte Nuova (Mascotte new).


18th February 1947 - Swiss dancer Syra.


15th April 1947.


10th November 1958 - Abbe Lane.


6th November 1957 - Sheree North.


9th April 1961 - Sophia Loren and an exclusive service about American burlesque.


28th August 1957 - Barbara Nichols.


6th November 1957 - Julie Newmar.


29th February 1956 - Anita Ekberg.


30th October 1964 - Italian circus and movie star Liana Orfei.
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Coquette - La Cicala (Coquette - The cicada) was a weekly magazine whose first issue was published in 1945. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and nude photos of anonymous female models.


25th August 1946 - Jane Russell.


25th January 1948 - Martha Vickers.


25th June 1946 - Italian revue and movie actress Myriam Glori.


25th September 1947 - Italian revue and movie actress Anita Davila.
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Settimo Velo (Seventh veil) was a weekly magazine whose first issue was published in 1949. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and nude photos of anonymous female models.


N. 1, 1949.


N. 3, 1949.


N. 4, 1949.


November special issue, 1949.
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Follie! (Folies!) was a monthly magazine (then a fortnightly magazine and again a monthly magazine) whose first issue was published in 1948. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and showbiz news.


April 1948 - Cover of the first issue.


15th May 1949 - Adele Jergens.


1st July 1949 - Sandra Martin.


December 1949.


April 1952 - Summer preview.
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Otto (Eight) was a weekly magazine whose first issue was published in 1946. It featured pin-up art, glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, exotic short stories, humorous articles and showbiz news.
Otto was the twin magazine of Sette (see below).


20th January 1949 - Esther Williams.


27th April 1952 - Virginia Mayo.


30th March 1952 - Linda Christian.


10th November 1949 - Corinne Calvet.


4th November 1951 - Betty Luster.


25th November 1951 - Evelyn Lovequist.


25th August 1949 - Bridget Carr.


30th August 1949 - Betty Bryant.


18th November 1951 - Paris' Lido dancer Suzy Lemaire.


24th February 1952 - California doesn't know winter.


20th October 1949 - Italian revue and comedy star Tina De Mola.


16th March 1952 - Italian movie star Eleonora Rossi Drago.
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Sette (Seven) was a weekly magazine whose first issue was published in 1945. It featured pin-up art, glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, exotic short stories, humorous articles and showbiz news.


2nd December 1945 - You, only you make dream...sigh - Miss Sette.


29th December 1946 - They've kidnapped Santa Claus.
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Parade was a monthly magazine whose first issue was published in 1956. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and showbiz news.


November 1956 - Cyd Charisse.


June 1957 - Jayne Mansfield.


October 1957 - Italian comedy star Marisa Allasio.


March 1957 - Maureen O'Hara.


July 1957 - Shirley Jones.


September 1956 - Irene Tunc.


January 1959 - Nina Shipman.


February 1958 - Marcia Eddington.


April 1958 - Colleen Bennett.


December 1956 - Hot summer souvenir.
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Alta Tensione (High tension) was a weekly magazine whose first issue was published in 1955. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, spicy lifestyle articles and showbiz news. In 1964, the name was changed in Nuova Alta Tensione (New Alta Tensione).


10th August 1955 - Dorothy Malone.


13th April 1957 - Diana Dors.


18th October 1955 - Mara Corday.


10th January 1957 - Jill Ireland.


10th December 1957 - Shirley Ann Field.


31st January 1957 - Lynn Shaw.


7th April 1964 - Ingrid Schoeller.


10th June 1955 - Italian movie actress Lyla Rocco (Miss Cinema 1952).
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Frufrù was a monthly magazine whose first issue was published in 1955. It featured glamour photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and showbiz news.


March 1955 - Cover of the first issue featuring Marla English.
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77 - Settantasette - La Rivista Di Lui E Lei (77 - Seventy-seven - The magazine of him and her) was a weekly magazine whose fist issue was published in 1956. It featured leggy and barefoot photos of revue and movie stars and starlettes, and photos of legs (most of them in stockings and high heels) of anonymous female models.


15th December 1956.


9th January 1957 - Legs under the table.


16th January 1957 - Women in car.


15th May 1957 - Italian movie star Sandra Milo: invitation to the sea.
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Selected Italian pin-up magazines from the 1940s, the 1950s and the early 1960s.



Above and below, in the centre of the picture: Italian revue and comedy star Antonio De Curtis (aka Totò) as the publisher of the fictional pin-up magazine Cocotte, in Steno's fantasy comedy Totò Nella Luna (Totò in the Moon, 1958).



See also:

1940s/1950s/Early 1960s Italian People's Magazines

1940s/1950s/Early 1960s Italian Women's Magazines

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