CINEMA RETRO ISSUE #26, THE SECOND ISSUE OF SEASON 9, HAS NOW SHIPPED TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS WORLDWIDE.
DON'T MISS A SINGLE ISSUE OF THIS SEASON. IF YOU HAVEN'T SUBSCRIBED,DO SO TODAY!
HIGHLIGHTS OF ISSUE #26 INCLUDE:
Lee Pfeiffer interviews comedy legend Mel Brooks, who reflects on his long career in TV and feature films
Mike Siegel takes you to the set of Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs, the 1971 classic starring Dustin Hoffman and Susan George; rare production photos and international ad campaigns.
Howard Hughes examines the Spaghetti Western classic The Five Man Army starring Peter Graves, Bud Spencer and Tetsuro Tamba
Dean Brierly pays tribute to the great French crime films of the 1960s and 1970s
David McCallum recalls the making of Oakmont Studio's 1969 WWII film Mosquito Squadron
Cinema Retro attends the 40th anniversary cast and crew reunion of Bob Fosse's Cabaret and gets interviews with JoeL Grey, Michael York, Marisa Berenson and Robert Osborne of Turner Classic Movies. Plus we cover the "re-premiere" at New York's Ziegfeld Theatre, attended by Liza Minnelli herself.
Don R. Stradley looks at Sextette, the bizarre cinematic swan song of Mae West
Raymond Benson's ten best films of 1985
Gareth Owen examines the making of the 1969 spy flick The Chairman (aka The Most Dangerous Man in the World) starring Gregory Peck
Dave Worrall covers the new restoration of the Hammer horror classic Dracula (aka Horror of Dracula)
Remembering the brilliant, cynical comedy of Paddy Chayefsky in The Hospital starring George C. Scott and Diana Rigg
Plus the latest DVD, soundtrack and film book reviews