June 7, 2012

CINEMA RETRO 23

Spy Vibers who were planning to pick up the new issue of Cinema Retro at their local bookstore are encouraged to subscribe directly to ensure they get their copy. Subscription details here. The magazine posted this announcement earlier today:




DUE TO UNEXPECTEDLY HIGH DEMAND, THIS ISSUE IS ALREADY IN SHORT SUPPLY. AS OUR FIRST PRIORITY IS TO BE ABLE TO FILL ORDERS FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS, WE MUST RESERVE THE LIMITED NUMBER OF ISSUES LEFT IN STOCK TO FILL NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS AND RENEWALS THROUGHOUT THE REST OF THE CURRENT SEASON. WE REGRET THAT WE CANNOT OFFER SINGLE ISSUE SALES OF #23 AT THIS TIME. DON'T MISS A SINGLE ISSUE OF THIS SEASON. IF YOU HAVEN'T SUBSCRIBED OR RENEWED, DO SO TODAY!
HIGHLIGHTS OF ISSUE #23 INCLUDE:
  • Coverage of the Bond in Motion exhibition in England- the largest single collection of original 007 vehicles ever displayed. We take you inside the gala press event that opened the exhibit.
  • Dean Brierly analyzes the criminally underrated crime thriller The Night of the Following Daystarring Marlon Brando and Richard Boone
  • Roland Schaefli pays tribute to the John Wayne-Howard Hawks adventure Hatari! and takes us on a visit to the African locations as they are today
  • Tim Graves celebrates the excellent, but little-remembered psychic thriller Games starring James Caan and Katharine Ross.
  • Adrian Smith examines the British sex films of the 60s and 70s- and how film companies battled the censors to sneak in as many "tits and bums" as possible
  • Elvis on the Back Lot: Dean Sills looks back on The King's Hollywood hits- and how infrequently the exotic locations were actually filmed on location
  • Raymond Benson looks at the best films of 1982
  • Lee Pfeiffer takes a second look at the Italian Western A Minute To Pray, A Second to Diestarring Alex Cord and Robert Ryan
  • Gareth Owen revisits the filming of The Slipper and the Rose at Pinewood Studios
  • Dave Worrall looks at the films that depicted the legendary raid on Entebbe and takes us back in time to the filming of Disney's Candleshoe through unseen on-set photos
  • Plus the latest DVD, soundtrack and film book reviews
In addition, Spy Vibers who missed the original printing of Cinema Retro's tribute issue to Where Eagles Dare can now purchase a new updated edition. Details here.

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