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Look (American magazine)

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Look[1] was an American magazine pubilshed between 1937 and 1971. It was published every two weeks. It had an interest in photographs, and photojournalism. It was a direct competitor of Life (magazine), the market leader. Life began publishing a few months earlier, and stopped in 1972. Notable staff include Stanley Kubrick,[2] who worked for Look before starting his career as a movie maker.

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  1. "Look Magazine - OTHER MAGAZINES". oldlifemagazine.com. Retrieved 2024-04-21.
  2. Lindberg, Melissa. "Research Guides: Stanley Kubrick's Photographs for LOOK Magazine, 1946-1950 (Library of Congress): Introduction". guides.loc.gov. Retrieved 2024-04-21.