April – This Month in Steve Reeves History

1947 – Steve’s picture is featured in Strength & Health magazine (page 26).

1948 – Steve appears on the cover of Your Physique magazine.

1948 – Steve is featured in Your Physique magazine in an article called Bigger and Better Arms.

1949 – Steve appears on the cover of Muscle Power magazine.

1949 – Steve’s picture is featured in Your Physique magazine (March/April, page 13), Muscle Power magazine (page 21), and the British magazine, Health & Strength (page 29).

1949 – Steve is featured in Strength & Health magazine in an article called Some Training Problems.

1950 – Steve appears on the covers of Body Culture and Your Physique magazines.

1950 – Steve’s picture is featured in the British magazine Health & Strength (page 7).

1952 – Steve’s picture is featured in Your Physique magazine (page 19).

1953 – Steve’s picture is featured in the British magazine Health & Strength (page 47) and Iron Man magazine (March/April, page 7).

1954 – Steve appears on the cover of the British magazine The Reg Park Journal.

1955 – Steve’s pictures are featured in the British magazine The Reg Park Journal (pages 9, 16).

1955 – Steve is featured in Strength & Health magazine in an article called Behind the Scenes.

1956 – Steve is featured in the British magazine The Reg Park Journal in an article called My Impressions of Steve Reeves.

1956 – Steve appears on the covers of Muscle Builder and VIM magazines.

1958 – Steve’s picture is featured in the British magazine The Reg Park Journal magazine (page 12).

1959 – Steve appears on the cover of American Apollo magazine and is featured in an article called Movie of the Month – “Hercules”.

1961 – Filming for “The Trojan Horse” begins in Yugoslavia.

1962 – “The Trojan Horse” is released in Germany under the title, “Kampf um Troja”.

1962 – Filming for “The Slave” completes.

1963 – Steve’s picture is featured in Strength and Health magazine (page 27).

1963 – “Duel of the Titans” is released in the U.S., and “The Slave” is released in Germany and the U.K.

1963 – Steve’s picture is featured in the British Magazine, Man’s World and Reg Park Journal (page 41).

1966 – Steve’s pictures are featured in Muscular Development magazine (pages 41 to 43).

1967 – Steve’s picture is featured in the British Magazine, Man’s World and Reg Park Journal (page 13).

1967 – Steve is featured in the British Magazine, Man’s World and Reg Park Journal in an article called Grimek vs. Reeves.

1968 – Steve is featured in Muscular Development magazine in an article called The Fabulous Steve Reeves.

1969 – “A Long Ride from Hell” is released in Italy in its longest version of 104 minutes.

1974 – Steve’s is featured in a Hercules photo in Muscular Development magazine (page 32).

1977 – Steve is featured in Muscular Development magazine in an article called A Tribute to Steve Reeves.

1978 – Steve’s pictures are featured in Muscular Development magazine (pages 29, 30).

1983 – Steve is featured in Muscle & Fitness magazine in a preview article called The Steve Reeves Story and in an article called Powerwalking to Championship Form.

2000 – Steve enters Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, CA for extensive testing on his stomach cramps. Steve had originally thought his cramps could be due to a reoccurrence of a stomach ulcer he experienced years ago so he initially delayed seeing a physician. As many know, the stomach cramps were due to something much more serious.

Just prior to Steve entering the hospital that April, biographer Chris LeClaire was contacted to fix the numerous errors and inaccuracies Steve had flagged to LeClaire’s biography on Reeves, “Worlds to Conquer”, First Edition. Steve insisted those changes needed to be made before his final approval and authorization were granted. LeClaire REFUSED TO MAKE ANY CHANGES, and never made any attempt to obtain Steve’s comments. Reeves subsequently WITHHELD FINAL AUTHORIZATION.

The author boldly issued a much revised Second Edition in 2017, still FALSELY CLAIMING full authorization by Reeves, despite his death almost 17 years before its publication.


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