Hollywood Nights was a pulp magazine that was published from 1930 through 1932 and then again in 1936 and 1937. Judging from the covers, it was a magazine that featured what would have then been considered “racy” covers about what went on behind the scenes of Hollywood. The covers were largely pin-ups of aspiring and usually scantily-clad actresses, either posing for the movie camera or getting into some sort of trouble.
Here’s a small sampling of the covers of Hollywood Nights! Where known, the artist has been credited.
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