The Landau/Bain Fan Association

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Convention
Name: The Landau/Bain Fan Association
Dates: 1976 to 1983
Frequency: Quarterly
Location: USA
Type: fan-run
Focus: Space: 1999, Mission: Impossible
Organization: Fan club for actors Martin Landau and Barbara Bain
Founder: Terry S. Bowers
Founding Date: 1976
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The Landau/Bain Fan Association was an international fan club for actors Martin Landau and Barbara Bain that was created and organized by Terry S. Bowers.

The group was in existence from 1976 to 1983 published a quarterly newsletter entitled The Landau/Bain Concordance.

The newsletter covered all aspects of both actor's careers including television, film, stage, and radio productions. It carried information about their work, personal appearances, and often included news clippings from newspapers and magazines. Landau and Bain would occasionally write notes that were reproduced in the periodical.

The group was officially authorized and sanctioned by both Landau and Bain.

Bowers, also editor of the newsletter, was based in Wisconsin, USA during her tenure as President of the club.

When the actors separated, the clubs also split into separate entities: Barbara Bain International and The Martin Landau Aficionados. Jointly and separately, the clubs were in existence for more than 25 years.