Fabulous 208 Magazine 17 December 1966 Beach Boys George Harrison Lulu Georgie Fame Cilla Black
Cover: The Beach Boys. L. to r.: Dennis Wilson, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, Mike Love and Carl Wilson by Fiona Adams
Page 4: George Harrison by Burry Markham
Page 7: Cilla Black by Fiona Adas
Page 10; Unit 42. L. tor.: Hugh Halliday, Buster Meikle, Rod Garwood,
Lem Lubin, Pete Moules and Tommy Moeller by Vic Savage
Pages 12 13: Georgie Fame by Flair Photography
Pals Luub LP.
Page 24: Ken Dodd by Fiona Adams
Hi there, This week at FAB—-208
it’s nothing but parties. But
that’s typical for this time
of year, I guess. However,
life looks pretty good!
It’s this week that we take
the two winners of the Paul and
Barry Ryan competition out on
the town. It’s this week that
we’re having our FAB Night Out,
and been carol singing with
some of the dishiest names in
show business as well.
All of this will be reported
to you in later issues.
Incidentally, I hope you like
our calendar. Georgie Fame,
this week, is part two, but if
you missed last week’s (The
Small Faces) it is available
from our back number’s department at the usual address. Next
week—Hayley Mills, looking
gorgeous for the March page.
Also next week, of course, our
See you then, huh,
Luv and stuff—
Fabulous was a British pin-up magazine launched in January 1964. It later changed its name to Fabulous 208 after a few years & then again to Fab 208 in the 1970s. Fabulous 208 magazine was one of the top selling UK teen magazines of the 60s and early 70s. It's larger size of 13x10 inches made it extremely popular as many pages consisted of full colour shots of pop, beat, psychedelic groups and musicians of the time. Many of the full page pin-ups were cut out and stuck to bedroom walls so complete issues are becoming increasingly hard to find.
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