Issue #17 of Cinema Retro has been sent out to subscribers around the world.
Don't miss these highlights from the latest issue:
with cover girl Valerie Leon about her fascinating career including
roles as a Bond girl and Hammer horror star.
tribute to the classic horror film The Haunting featuring Todd
Garbarini's unpublished interview with director Robert Wise and John
Exshaw's fascinating history of the film, including insights from star
Dean Brierly's unpublished interview with
David Carradine, who discusses the Kung Fu years and the Kill Bill films
David V. Picker recalls the filming of the cult comedy classic Smile
starring Bruce Dern and Barbara Feldon
Tony Dalton provides
exclusive photos from Ray Harryhausen's amazing archive of original film
Christopher Gullo looks at the cult
Blaxploitation/voodoo film Sugar Hill and interviews director Paul
Maslansky and star Don Pedro Colley.
Storm in a D Cup: Dave
Worrall celebrates the career of buxom beauty June Wilkinson.
How the West Was Won: Tom March takes us
on a road trip to visit the present day locations seen in the Cinerama
Cinema Retro reunites The Men From U.N.C.L.E. at
the Players Club when David McCallum makes a surprise appearance at our
black tie dinner for Robert Vaughn - exclusive photos.
Benson provides with his choices for the best films of 1976
Owen looks at the shooting of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes at
Plus the usual extensive news about movie
soundtracks, film-related books and hard-to-find DVDs.