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|From Fancyclopedia 1 ca 1944|
|Science Fantasy Correspondence Club, one of those organizations that sprang up (like funguses) in the First Transition. sfcc has been used to mean Science Fiction Comic Club (or Cartoon Club, as he named it) which was suggested to Speer by Wollheim in 1934, but not organized. SFCC also means Science Fiction Cinema Club. Sykora, Goudket, and others wanted to carry out the project of the defunct ISA for a science-fiction movie; and old fantafilms were shown at club meetings. The organization was penetrated by the Wollheimists, and ceased to exist in the early part of 1938, to be replaced by the Scientifilmakers.|
|William S. Sykora|
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