Boy's Cinema was a weekly story paper published by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London.
It ran from December 1919 to May 1940 for a total of 1063 issues.
During its twenty year run, the publication merged with the magazines Boys' Broadcast, Screen Stories and Modern Boy. The outbreak of the Second World War caused wide-spread paper rationing which lead to the ultimate demise of the publication.
As the title suggests it was a boys' comic centred on the Hollywood and British stars of the silver screen with related features and articles.
Each issue consisted of film scripts adapted to a story paper format, sometimes serialised. The films featured were mostly 'B' pictures. Covers and throughout the comic showed stills of the films.