Saucy Movie Tales, Mystery Adventurers, Saucy Romantic Tales
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I love the Saucys. Maybe even better than the Spicys. Among the hardest pulps to find. I have only seen them in pictures & never owned one. The shark cover is probably my favorite. For the time being, I can only live vicariously¬†through you guys.¬†Keep ‚Äėem coming!

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2 hours ago, RedFury said:

Saucy Stories, Apr 1936

Norman "Blaine" Saunders cover

One of my top favorite covers in my collection.  It was on my wish-list for a long time before a 4-way trade sent this book my way from Dwight a few months ago.

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Looks brand new!

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2 hours ago, RedFury said:

Saucy Stories, Apr 1936

Norman "Blaine" Saunders cover

One of my top favorite covers in my collection.  It was on my wish-list for a long time before a 4-way trade sent this book my way from Dwight a few months ago.

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Now, that's an eyeful!   :whatthe:

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4 hours ago, RedFury said:

Saucy Stories, Apr 1936

Norman "Blaine" Saunders cover

One of my top favorite covers in my collection.  It was on my wish-list for a long time before a 4-way trade sent this book my way from Dwight a few months ago.

saCKwEih.jpg

 

zP0GHMdl.jpg

 

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For whatever reason the group of saucy movie tales (more than what I posted), mystery adventures, saucy romantic tales,  and the Saucy Stories that Todd posted, all came from the same collection that I purchased,  and all had white paper!!

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On 7/11/2020 at 11:45 PM, detective35 said:

A site for Saucy Movie Tales, Mystery Adventurers, Saucy Romantic Tales!

I will get¬†it going with few pics below, then post away! ūüĎć

 

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I will never get over the fact that this magazine was printed and then sold on newsstands across America in the 1930s. 

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On 7/12/2020 at 11:16 AM, RedFury said:

Saucy Stories, Apr 1936

Norman "Blaine" Saunders cover

One of my top favorite covers in my collection.  It was on my wish-list for a long time before a 4-way trade sent this book my way from Dwight a few months ago.

 

 

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If not for the (slight) wear at the bottom, I would swear this was a recent reprint.

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1 hour ago, sagii said:

Anyone know the story why this master signed some of his works 'Blain"?

Blaine was Saunders' his middle name.  I think he was just trying to protect his reputation.  Saucys were sold under the counter.

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