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Issues of Entertainment Weekly we need copies of.


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Entertainment Weekly. September 13, 1991.
Special Issue: 1991 Fall TV Preview: Christina Applegate of Married With Children is on the cover.
Other identifying features in the Issue:
"The Ultimate Guide to all the new shows, new stars, and returning favorites." Short profiles on Charles Kimbrough, Ann Wedgeworth, Sara Gilbert, Holly Fulger, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, Richard Dysart, Harry Shearer, Michelle Phillips, Jomarie Payton, Phil Hartman, Sela Ward of Sisters, David Alan Grier, Christina Applegate.


Entertainment Weekly. February 12, 1993.
Stephen Rea, star of The Crying Game, is featured on the cover.
Other identifying features in the Issue:
Crying Game article. Articles on Chuck Woolery, Gregory Peck and daughter Cecilia, Barbara Kopple, Kris Kross; Eldridge Cleaver. Article on The Untouchables TV show. Article on the making of Queen, with Halle Berry, Dennis Haysbert, Danny Glover. Article on Life Goes On.


Entertainment Weekly. May 21, 1993.
Cover features William Baldwin and Sharon Stone from the movie Sliver.
Other identifying features in the Issue:
Brief articles on Cher and her infomercials. interview with Raquel Welch; the making of Age of Innocence, with Winona Ryder, Michelle Pfeiffer, Martin Scorsese, Daniel Day-Lewis; Woody Strode; Max Baer Jr. Article on Full House.


ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, November 25,1994, No.250.
On the Cover: Sex, Violence and Movie Ratings. Pictured on the cover are: Bruce Willis, Tom Cruise, Martin Lawrence, John Travolta.
Contents Include:Why Movie Ratings Don't Work, Bruce Willis, Woody Harrelson, Brad Pitt, Quintin Terentino, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, Elijah Wood, Star Trek Generations, Arnold Swarzenegger, Kate Winslet.

Entertainment Weekly. September 15, 1995.
This is a large issue -- 124 pages.
Other identifying features in the Issue:
Includes ads and info on most of the fall 1995 TV programs, including Central Park West, with Mariel Hemingway, John Barrowman, Michael Michele; Almost Perfect, with Nancy Travis, Kevin Kilner; Cybill Shepherd; Can't Hurry Love, with Nancy McKeon. Interview with Andrew Clay. Reviews of Clockers; Murder One, with Daniel Benzali; Special centerfold Simpsons collectible poster: Who Shot Mr. Burns?


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