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L'Écran français was a French monthly film magazine. The first issue was published on July 4 1945, the last on n° 348, on March 12 1952. Notable contributors included Guillaume Apollinaire, Roland Barthes and Anthony Burgess.

It also published the "Entomology of the Pin-Up Girl," by André Bazin.

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  • Olivier Barrot, L'Écran français 1943-1953, Histoire d'un journal et d'une époque, Paris, Les Éditeurs français réunis, 1979, 382 p.

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