If you haven't already had an incentive to join the merry ranks of subscribers to Cinema Retro magazine, here's something that
should wear down your resistance: a sneak peak at issue #10 which
begins our fourth season of publishing. Here's what's in store for issue #10, which will be out in January:
Add the illustrious names of Elke Sommer and Richard Johnson to the ever-growing list of celebrated actors and filmmakers who are boarding the Cinema Retro Express. Both give exclusive interviews for our cover story on the Bulldog Drummond films Deadlier Than the Male and its sequel Some Girls Do. We've unearthed a treasure trove of very rare photos from both films, including some eye-popping shots of bikini-clad Elke and her partner in crime Sylva Koscina.
Our exclusive interviews with Man From U.N.C.L.E. David McCallum continue with his reflections on filming Three Bites of the Apple and Sol Madrid (aka The Heroin Gang)
The conclusion of our interview series with femme fatale Luciana Paluzzi
Part two of our exclusive interview with special effects legend Ray Harryhausen
The Unseen Peckinpah provides a look at deleted scenes from Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs
A tribute to director Michael Winner's quirky cult comedy I'll Never Forget What's 'isname
Whatever happened to Joy Harmon, the sultry vixen seen briefly but memorably in Cool Hand Luke? Find out in an exclusive interview.
Inside Hammer's 50th anniversary celebration for The Curse of Frankenstein starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Part two of our eight-part series covering The Man From U.N.C.L.E. feature films centers on The Spy With My Face- illustrated by rare photos and international film posters.
Raymond Benson's Top Ten Films of 1969
Plus the best DVD, film book and soundtrack reviews anywhere!
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