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Elvis And Jimmy (1956)


By Jans Rabbers

DeanandLiz It is with great pleasure that we present the famous Elvis And Jimmy magazine, from 1956!
Back in the day, this mag was published as a ‘Double Feature’, with the first 32 pages dealing with Elvis, while the second half was a ‘picture drama’ (comic strip) about the life and times of James Dean.

Jimmy and Liz (1955).



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7 Comments Post a comment
  1. Harry Carrigan #

    Thanks for posting this – it’s a magazine I’ve never managed to obtain in the past. Excellent work.



    July 23, 2013
  2. Yet another title publised by the same people who’d done “Elvis Speaks”,
    and the “16″ magazines, focusing largely on the photographs by Robert Williams
    from Memphis. Some of the photos, like the one made in Ellis Auditorium in
    Memphis, on May 15 ( next to the Natalie Wood full page shot) can be considered
    as rare. I’ve never seen it reprinted in later years. The cover shot of this mag is
    another one from the May 15 concert.

    July 25, 2013
  3. Alan White #

    Awesome, never seen this publication before.

    July 26, 2013
  4. Awesome!

    July 26, 2013
  5. Ken Hercock #

    Excellent post, thanks!

    November 28, 2013
  6. Kathy Hogan #

    I bought this magazine back in 1956, read it over and over. I had it for years, but it must have gotten tossed out at some point. I’ve remembered it from time to time and never thought I’d see it again. I remember the depiction of James Dean’s last drive, driving, with the other vehicle and his headed for each other, unable to avoid a collision. Thank you for showing this!

    January 18, 2014
  7. Michelle Twiford #

    I have a copy of this magazine and was wondering what it might be worth?

    April 2, 2014

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