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    • [Cinema Retro Volume 18 #54 (Product Image)]
    • 26 Oct 2022

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      Our last issue of the year is packed with features, including a 12-page Film in Focus on Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970), and the unearthing of un-cut versions of Sam Peckinpah’s Convoy (1978) and The Osterman Weekend (1983). Nicholas Anez revisits Sean Connery’s Robin and Marian (1976), and Hank Reineke delves into Vincent Price’s The Last Man on Earth (1964).

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    • [Cinema Retro: Volume 17 #52 (Product Image)]
    • 19 Jan 2022

      Cinema Retro: Volume 17 #52

      We start the year with a terrific line-up of features! John LeMay takes a look at Blake Edwards’ The Pink Panther (1964), and James Sherlock unearths the trials and tribulations of making Steve McQueen’s The Sand Pebbles (1966). Dave Worrall unmasks Dr. Syn: Alias the Scarecrow, Disney’s forgotten masterpiece, and Nicholas Anez delves into the jungle with his take on Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure (1959).

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    • [Cinema Retro #51 (Product Image)]
    • 29 Sep 2021

      Cinema Retro #51

      We end the year with a ‘Blockbuster’ of an issue, with a 12-page feature on the Cinerama drama Ice Station Zebra (1969), a 14-page photo-fest dedicated to Cleopatra (1963), and a 7-page feature on Sean Connery’s forgotten Russian/Italian roadshow movie, The Red Tent (1969).

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    • [Cinema Retro #50 (Product Image)]
    • 19 May 2021

      Cinema Retro #50

      Another cracking issue that features Mark Cerulli talking to Jenny Hanley and Christopher Matthews about the making of Scars of Dracula (1970). The family of producer Kevin McClory talk to Matthew Field and Ajay Chowdhury about their late father’s connection with James Bond. Robert Leese takes a look at Bad News Bears (1976), and Lee Pfeiffer revisits Goodbye Columbus (1971). Todd Garbarini talks to director William Friedkin about his classic New York crime drama The French Connection (1971), and Joh Harty recalls the making of the Irish political drama Young Cassidy (1965).

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    • [Cinema Retro #49 (Product Image)]
    • 20 Jan 2021

      Discontinued Cinema Retro #49

      A cracking issue to start the New Year with - and our 17th year in publication! Terence Denman reveals Michael Carreras’ western Savage Guns (1962), and our Film in Focus special is a 10-page feature on the Sensurround WWII epic Midway (1976). Robert Leese reviews the weird Carnival of Souls (1962), Dave Worrall investigates what happened to the Thunderball yacht The Disco Volante, and Cair Ross examines the making of Damien: Omen 2 (1978).

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    • [Cinema Retro #48 (Product Image)]
    • 30 Sep 2020

      Cinema Retro #48

      John Hart takes an in-depth look at Yul Brynner’s epic Taras Bulba, and Nicholas Anez concludes his Elvis feature with Wild in the Country. Mark Cerulli interviews actor Christopher Matthews about working on Scream and Scream Again, and we revisit a location from Clint Eastwood’s Magnum Force.

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    • [Cinema Retro #47 (Product Image)]
    • 5 Aug 2020

      Cinema Retro #47

      Horror, Animation, Westerns and Sci-Fi! First off, film director John Stevenson recalls the work of stop-motion pioneer Karel Zeman, and Tim Greaves re-evaluates the Amicus portmanteau The House that Dripped Blood. Ian Brown interviews seventies actress Isobel Black, and Barnaby Page takes flight on Capricorn One.

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    • [Cinema Retro #46 (Product Image)]
    • 3 Jan 2020

      Cinema Retro #46

      We begin the year with the conclusion of Mark Mawston’s exclusive interview with elusive actor John Richardson (Black Sunday, She, One Million Years B.C), who talks about working with Raquel Welch and his foray into the Italian B-movie industry.

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    • [Cinema Retro #45 (Product Image)]
    • 18 Sep 2019

      Cinema Retro #45

      In this issue: World Exclusive! Mark Mawston interviews John Richardson, star of Black Sunday (with original scream queen, Barbara Steele) and One Million Years B.C. (alongside the fabulous, Raquel Welch)! And as the world celebrates the 79th Anniversary of the real event, Cinema RETRO pays tribute to Harry Saltzman’s 1969 epic of aerial combat, Battle of Britain, with this 50th Anniversary movie special! Plus: The man who Raised the Titanic!

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    • [Cinema Retro #44 (Product Image)]
    • 9 May 2019

      Cinema Retro #44

      ‘Girl Power’ is the theme of this issue, with female perspectives from writers Dawn Dabell and Diane Rogers exploring how Hollywood exploited the female form in many different ways, including the spy boom of the Sixties with Raquel Welch’s Fathom and Monica Vitti’s Modesty Blaise, and the soft-porn blockbuster Emmanuelle films.

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    • [Cinema Retro #43 (Product Image)]
    • 4 Jan 2019

      Cinema Retro #43

      The first issue of 2019 celebrates the 50th anniversary of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service with a 5-page photo gallery of actor George Lazenby ‘Becoming Bond’ with rare behind-the-scenes images.

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    • [Cinema Retro #42 (Product Image)]
    • 5 Dec 2018

      Cinema Retro #42

      The last issue of 2018 celebrates the 40th anniversary of Superman the Movie and includes exclusive interviews with Richard Donner, Ilya Salkind, Pierre Spengler, Margot Kidder, Marc McClure, Sarah Douglas, Jeff East, and Jack O’Halloran. Jonathan Dobell remembers the Airport disaster movie franchise, and we have an exclusive unpublished interview with Stella Stevens.

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    • [Cinema Retro #41 (Product Image)]
    • 16 May 2018

      Cinema Retro #41

      Our May issue features two ‘Film in Focus’ specials: A 10-page 50th anniversary celebration of 20th Century-Fox’s musical extravaganza Doctor Dolittle, and an in-depth 14-page feature on the making of Peter Yates’ The Deep, featuring unseen behind-the-scenes photographs!

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    • [Cinema Retro #40 (Product Image)]
    • 29 Dec 2017

      Cinema Retro #40

      Our first issue of the year - our 15th in print - has a terrific 13-page feature on the ‘rise and demise’ of Christopher Lee’s Dracula in the seven films he made for Hammer, and Steven J. Rubin interviews Hollywood Icon Kirk Douglas, who turned 100 last year!

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    • [Cinema Retro #39 (Product Image)]
    • 13 Sep 2017

      Cinema Retro #39

      Our final issue of the year is, in the words of James Bond’s boss M, ‘This is the big one, Double-O-Seven,’ as we publish an extensive tribute to the fifth OO7 on-screen adventure You Only Live Twice which celebrates its 50th-anniversary this year.

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    • [Cinema Retro #38 (Product Image)]
    • 10 May 2017

      Cinema Retro #38

      Our mid-year issue see’s us celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Dirty Dozen with a special 18-page tribute, including the made-for-TV sequels and short-lived TV series.

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    • [Cinema Retro #37 (Product Image)]
    • 30 Dec 2016

      Cinema Retro #37

      We enter 2017 with another jam-packed issue, beginning with a look back at Doc Savage, and a 10-page special on ‘Rocky at 40’ (with contributions from Stallone himself).

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    • [Cinema Retro #36 (Product Image)]
    • 28 Sep 2016

      Cinema Retro #36

      Hammer starlet Linda Hayden gives us an exclusive interview where she talks about Taste the Blood of Dracula, Baby Love, Blood on Satan’s Claw, and, yes, House on Straw Hill.

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    • [Cinema Retro #35 (Product Image)]
    • 2 Jun 2016

      Cinema Retro #35

      Mike Siegel discusses the Bruce Lee actioner Enter the Dragon in a 12-page feature, plus we go behind the scenes on the Alistair MacLean thriller When Eight Bells Toll, including rare BTS photos by producer Tony Waye.

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    • [Cinema Retro #33 (Product Image)]
    • 23 Sep 2015

      Cinema Retro #33

      The main ‘Film in Focus’ features part one of a 12-page special on The Bridge at Remagen, including exclusive interviews with stars Robert Vaughn, George Segal, Bradford Dillman, and Bo Hopkins. We conclude our special on the 1976 King Kong remake by Dino De Laurentiis, while Part 3 of ‘Welch out West’ covers Hannie Caulder. Sir Roger Moore discusses his time playing James Bond, Brian Hannan re-evaluates Fellini’s classic, La Dolce Vita. and we take a look at the career of Carol White.

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    • [Cinema Retro #30 (Product Image)]
    • 10 Sep 2014

      Cinema Retro #30

      Cinema Retro closes out 2014 with its 30th issue and celebrates 10 years in print with a packed publication featuring all genres of cinema: War, Western, Sword & Sandal, Music, Horror, and Adventure! Our exclusive interview this issue is with the legendary cinematographer Oswald Morris, who passed away earlier this year.

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    • [Cinema Retro #29 (Product Image)]
    • 7 May 2014

      Cinema Retro #29

      This issue of Cinema Retro takes us to the present-day locations of The Great Escape, while our Oakmont Production’s series features the WW2 actioner The Last Escape.

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    • [Cinema Retro #28 (Product Image)]
    • 8 Jan 2014

      Cinema Retro #28

      This latest blockbuster issue sees Cinema Retro celebrate its tenth year in print, and boy have we an issue for you! Author Sheldon Hall pays tribute to the classic Zulu (which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year) in a 12-page special loaded with rare images. Our regular “Film in Focus” takes a look at Butterfield 8, which won Elizabeth Taylor an Oscar, and Ray Morton talks to legendary cinematographer Richard H. Kline, whose forty year career included Star Trek: The Motion Picture, The Boston Strangler, and many more.

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    • [Cinema Retro #27 (Product Image)]
    • 1 Sep 2013

      Cinema Retro #27

      The Amicus-made Edgar Rice Burroughs trilogy featuring The Land That Time Forgot, At The Earth’s Core, and The People Time Forgot commands the main “Film in Focus” feature this issue and it’s loaded with stories and photos! And if that’s not enough for fans of this genre, we have an exclusive never published interview with The Master, Peter Cushing!

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    • [Cinema Retro #26 (Product Image)]
    • 28 Apr 2013

      Cinema Retro #26

      Sam Peckinpah’s controversial Straw Dogs is our 10-page “Film in Focus” special this issue, with dozens of rare behind-the-scenes photos and interesting anecdotes by Peckinpah historian Mike Siegel. Another major article looks at the Us-financed “Italian Western” The Five Man Army, which brought together Mission Impossible’s Peter Graves and Italy’s Bud Spencer, who take on a train filled with gold bullion in “Spaghetti Western” style fashion, complete with Ennio Morricone score.

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    • [Cinema Retro #25 (Product Image)]
    • 19 Dec 2012

      Cinema Retro #25

      Cinema Retro enters 2013 with a salute to Hammer Film Productions, and reports on the new Blu-ray releases, the film locations then and now, and a report on the convention in the UK.

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