Rogue's Gallery (Harrison Ford zine)
|Date(s):||June 1981-December 1986|
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The zine had "Rogue's Gallery" on the cover of issues #1-19. From issue #20 onwards, "The Rogue" was the title on the cover.
There were twenty-five issues.
From an ad in Southern Enclave: "Ford fans, put more scoundrels in your life!"
From an ad in Scoundrel: "The most complete Harrison Ford coverage you can find. Want news, reviews, photos, plus fanfiction 4 times a year?"
From an ad in A Close Circle of Friends #1: "THE ROGUE (formerly called Rogue's Gallery) Is a news digest devoted to Harrison Ford's movies and activities; past, present, and future. Published four times a year (March, June, September, and December), and Includes news Items, stories, drawings, pictures, cartoons, and puzzles, sent In by subscribers."
Rogue's Gallery 1 was published in June 1981 and contains 15 pages.
The first issue of the GALLERY was not as difficult to put together as I had thought. I had visions of running out of paper, then running out of ink, but only after I had run out of material to put in print. Nothing like that has happened and I am grateful. More material is coming in every week. anything and everything on news or article about Harrison such meeting him, or seeing Harrison at a con, stories true or false, single panel cartoons, ideas for promoting the club, etc....all is welcome. just make sure I know you want it in print. I am asking certain people to do certain jobs, but any input you would like considered, just send it to me and we will fit it in somewhere. the more Iget here, the better this fanzine will be. It is your fanzine on Harrison Ford. This fanzine will be a reflection of Harrison's fans to his work and to those critics views and interviews that we all want to answer but never get it to print. Copies of ROGUE'S GALLERY will be sent to many addresses to make our collective ideas known. We will be heard!
- Learn... Control, an essay by a fan named Pam became a huge Harrison Ford fan and lost a lot of weight (2 pages)
- a short description by Jeff Sillifant (an actor with a small part as "one of the 'crazies') of his experience working on the set of Escape from New York (1 page)
- Dream Portal, Part One, fiction by Nancy Savula (Mr. Roarke helps a female fan who wants to meet Han Solo.) (6 pages)
- a short opinion about Raiders of the Lost Ark by Joanne Emerson (1 page)
- various fannish ads
- many short quotes from newspapers and magazines
Rogue's Gallery 2 was published in 1981 and contains 17 pages.
- many quotes and clippings from news sources
- various testimonial letters by fans
- Insomnia Finally Pays Off by Lynda R (August 25, 1981), a description of Harrison Ford interview that was on a radio program in the middle of the night
- U.F.O. by Nancy Lynch, poem
- My Convention Experience by Lynda (description of attending Denvention II -- lots of merch for sale, a slide show of Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, a 'promo film' of Raiders of the Lost Ark that included Ford doing an interview)
- A Report from Denvention II (September 1981), a VERY LONG con report by Joann Emerson, focus on the Raiders of the Lost Ark slide show, the presentation by Maureen Garrett, much description about filming the movie, the comment that Ford was NOT sick when they did the scene where he simply shot the "Arab" in the market - "They needed to make up time, and the planned battle between the Arabswordman and Indy's whip would have taken 5 days to shoot. They had one day left. Harrison wanted to do something different and Steven Spielberg said, 'Why don't you just shoot him?'", also many slides and discussion of the filming of Bladerunner
- the conclusion of "Dream Portal" by Nancy Savula
- a pen pal list
Rogue's Gallery 3 was published in 1981 and contains 36 pages. The cover is by Joann Emerson.
- "Almost Casual Observations, short essay by Pam W (1 page)
- Interview with a Rebel, fic by Julie Cordell (Star Wars) (6 pages)
- Touched by You, poem by Judy Watson (1 page)
- Talking to a Pro, fiction by Carol-Lynn Sappe (Star Wars) (21 pages)
- many quotes and clippings and commentary snips
Rogue's Gallery 4 was published in 1981 and contains 41 pages.
- includes a quote by For: "I want people to know as little about me personally as possible, because it get in the way of the job I want to do, which is to present I'm someone else. On the other hand, I don't want to person you see on the screen -- that can only lead to bar fights." -- quote from "Tulsa World Celebrities Speakout" November 26, 1981
- To Harrison Ford: Remembering Ancient Egypt, vignette by Judy W.
- The Wanderer, poem by Peggie R
- Stage One: American Graffiti, plot synopsis by P. T. Chelf
- review of Hardware Wars by Pam Willbanks
- Interview with Han Solo and Indiana Jones by Susan Kandt (RPF-ish) (9 pages)
- The Silent Shrine, fiction by Pam Willbanks (Indiana Jones) (16 pages)
- pen pals
- some ads
Rogue's Gallery 5 was published in 1982 and contains 41 pages.
Rogue's Gallery 6 was published in 1982 and contains 45 pages.
- Dream Portal: Thermal Socks, Part Two by Nancy Savula (Mr. Roarke helps a female fan who wants to meet Han Solo.) (8 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 7 was published in 1982 and contains 53 pages.
- Another Beginning by Joann Emerson (Star Wars) (16 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 8 was published in 1982 and contains 64 pages.
- All's Fair in Love and War by Nancy Lynch (Star Wars) (9 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 9 was published in 1983 and contains 55 pages.
- Dream Portal, Part Three by Nancy Savula (Mr. Roarke helps a female fan who wants to meet Han Solo.) (15 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 10 was published in 1983 and contains 65 pages.
- Prologue by Rebecca Carey (Star Wars) (Han is helped by a woman who turns out to be his mother.) (4 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 11 was published in 1983 and contains 77 pages.
- Sabaac, Anyone? by Cheryl Flint (Star Wars) (7 pages)
- Hoth Encounter by Carol-Lynn Sappe (Star Wars) (3 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 12 was published in 1983 and contains 72 pages.
- Han Solo: Reflections in an Ewok Celebration by Beth Lentz (Star Wars) (2 pages)
- Where Have We Heard This Before by Beth Lentz and Bills (Star Wars, Frisco Kid fusion) (4 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 13 was published in 1983 and contains 73 pages.
- For the Lack of Something Better... by Nola Caulfield (Star Wars) (8 pages)
- Gen Solo is Your Strike Team by Beth Lentz (Star Wars) (8 pages)
- Death Scene by Carolyn Purnhagen (Star Wars) (2 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 14 was published in 1984 and contains 85 pages.
- Wages by Nora Caulfield (Star Wars) (16 pages)
- The Wedding by B.J. Kreuz (Star Wars) (7)
- The End by Homer Sapiento (Star Wars) (5 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 15 was published in 1984 and contains 104 pages.
- The Letter by Carolyn Purnhagen (Star Wars) (11 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 16 was published in 1984 and contains 119 pages.
- The Search for Astelle by Carolyn Golledge (Star Wars) (Luke, Leia, and Han search for Luke and Leia's mother) (23 pages)
- Franco Alderaani Spaghetti and Meatball by Wendy Lewis (Star Wars) (1 page)
Rogue's Gallery 17 was published in 1984 and contains 97 pages.
- Where's the Womprat? by Wendy Lewis (Star Wars) (1 page)
- Post Script by Cynthia Smith (Star Wars) (20 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 18 was published in 1985 and contains 115 pages.
- Resolutions Solo by Homer Sapiento (After Return of the Jedi, Han and Leia try to build a lasting relationship.) (This was later part of the standalone novel Resolutions Solo)
- The Crown of Martiza by M.E. Cooper (Star Wars) (9 pages)
Rogue's Gallery 19 was published in 1985 and contains 94 pages.
- What's In a Name? by Carolyn Golledge (Star Wars) (4 pages)
- Crossed Currents by Laura O'Brien (Han Solo/Indiana Jones) (15 pages)
The Rogue 20 was published in 1985 and contains 101 pages.
- Closet Castaways by Homer Sapiento (9 pages)
The Rogue 21 was published in 1985 and contains 81 pages.
- Cockpit Conversation by Carolyn Golledge (Star Wars) (3 pages)
- Supposition by Homer Sapiento (Star Wars) (5 pages)
The Rogue 22 was published in 1986 and contains 92 pages.
- Friend is Someone Who by Homer Sapiento (Star Wars) (9 pages)
The Rogue 23 was published in 1986 and is 77 pages long.
- Wire Service: Awards, articles, reviews, etc.) (37 pages)
- A Blade Runner Pilgrimage (article) (2 pages)
- Thoughts On Hanover Street (article) (1 page)
- Quotes of Note (5 pages)
- Mosquito Coast Visited (News and TV interviews) (9 pages)
- Sashi or Kimchee (Blade Runner) (16 pages)
- Martian Flu (6 pages) (Witness)
The Rogue 24 was was published in 1986 and is 70 pages long.
- Wire Service (Articles, reviews, etc.) (21 pages)
- Quotes of Note (6 pages)
- A Walk of Fame Star (1 page)
- Strangers, Both, In Strange Lands (article) (2 pages)
- A Parting Shot (Article) (2 pages)
- Interchanges (Witness) (5 pages)
- Diptych by Paula Freda (Star Wars) (12 pages)
- Brigid’s Cup (TOMMY LILLARD) (15 pages)
The Rogue 25 was published in December 1986 and is 83 pages long.
- Wire Service (Articles about different films with pictures that Harrison Ford has been in) (46 pages)
- Close Encounters Of The Ford Kind (Fan meeting with Harrison Ford) (3 pages)
- Rachel Was Special (Deckard) (4 pages)
- A Mid-Winter’s Nightmare (Han Solo) (4 pages)
- And One Clear Call For Me (Indiana Jones) (4 pages)