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Issue #5 (May 2006)
Something for everyone in this action-packed issue: Exclusive interviews with Hugh Hefner, Tigon's Tony Tenser and actor Michael York. Vic Armstrong talks about the dangers of stunt work with horses, including rare photos taken by him on the set. We take a look at the Disney live-action films made at Pinewood Studios, and brace yourself for our special 8-page tribute to Vincent Price's gory Witchfinder General. Part 2 of our Tony Rome feature explores, in depth (pardon the pun!) Lady in Cement, and our Australian correspondent David Brown reports on the Stanley Kubrick exhibition that included an array of props from 2001 A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Dr Strangelove, Barry Lyndon and more - we have the photos! We also report on the cast and crew of Kes reunion at the 12th Bradford Film Festival, discuss the big-screen comedy movies of Morecambe and Wise, visit the fort set of El Condor in Spain, and remember John Wayne's El Dorado and the excellent Peter Fonda horror flick Race with the Devil. All of this, plus our usual round-up of Soundtrack, book and CD releases and Raymond Benson's top ten films of 1964, make this the best must-have movie magazine on the market.