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Sam Cherry (1947): Bar Fight

'Bar Fight'

New Western magazine (August, 1947).

Cover art: Sam Cherry.

Via HERITAGE AUCTIONS

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Rudolph Belarski (1942)

Startling Stories; Volume 8, #2 (September, 1942)

Cover at: Rudolph Belarski

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Samuel Cherry (1952) What Price Murder

"What Price Murder"; Cleve F. Adams.

Popular Library #456 (1952)

Cover Art: Sam Cherry

She Was Too Hot To Handle

Via HERITAGE AUCTIONS

Via Steve

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Samuel Cherry (1945).

'Hearing Footsteps'; Detective Tales cover; September, 1945.

Cover Art: Sam Cherry.

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Samuel Cherry (1953) Young Nurse.

"Young Nurse"; Sylvia Erskine

Cameo Books #340 (1953) [2nd Print]

Cover Art: Samuel Cherry.

Paperback Digest:

"A young girl in a doctor’s office soon learns the naked truth about men, women… and passion!"

Via HERITAGE AUCTIONS

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Robert Maguire: Cage Me A Peacock

'Cage me a Peacock'; Noel Langley

Lion Library 71, 1956

Cover Art: Robert Maguire

'The Private Affairs Of A Wandering Wife'

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/reviews/invisible-ink—no-143-noel-langley-8190747.html

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'Pleasure at Midnight' by Peggy Gaddis

Venus Books #122 (1951).

Cover art: Unknown.

Venus Books Cataloge

Via MICKSIDGE

Bibliography of Erolie Pearl Gaddis Dern (1895-1966)

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James Avati (1949): Nightmare Alley

'Nightmare Alley'; William Lindsay Gresham

Signet Books #738 (1949)

Cover Art: James Avati.

"A shocking revelation of passion and evil".

James Avati based his cover art on the 1947 film version of Nightmare Alley, starring Tyrone Power and Coleen Gray.

Power plays a carnival spieler and Gray plays the death-defying Electra.

Her scanty costume plays a pivotal role in the story

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Watch the full movie here

Cult classic ‘Nightmare Alley’ resurfaces more macabre than ever

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2010-04-16/services/bs-ae-nightmare-alley-20100418_1_nick-tosches-william-lindsay-gresham-geek

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John Fleming Gould: G-8 & His Battle Aces

'G-8 & His Battle Aces; Vol. 21, No. 4 (Sept., 1940).

'G-8 & His Battle Aces', Vol. 23; No. 2 (March, 1941).

'G-8 & His Battle Aces'; Vol. 25, No. 4 (Oct., 1942).

Cover Art: John Fleming Gould.

Pulp hero G-8 was a World War I aviator and spy who starred in his own magazine “G-8 and his Battle Aces” from October 1933 to June 1944. His stories had many supernatural and science fiction elements and all of them were written by Robert J. Hogan for the magazine’s publisher, Popular Publications.

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Ernest Chiriaka: September 1956.

Esquire Girl Calender, September 1956.

Illustration by Ernest Chiriaka

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