Issue #30 of Cinema Retro is now shipping worldwide, as is our
special issue "Foto Files #1: Spy Girls", an 80-page special tribute to
the sexiest femme fatales of '60s and '70s cinema.
Highlights of issue #30 include:
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles screen debut in "A
Hard Day's Night" with exclusive insights from the film's director
Richard Lester and David V. Picker, former head of production for United
"Blood, Sweat and Togas": Hercules and the Italian sword and sandal epics of the 1960s.
Exclusive! Oswald Morris: the final interview with the legendary
cinematographer of such film classics as "The Guns of Navarone", "The
Man Who Would Be King", "Moulin Rouge", "Oliver!", "Lolita", "Fiddler on
the Roof" and "The Hill".
"From Rio Bravo to El Dorado"- Part 2 of the in-depth comparison between two Howard Hawks film classics.
"Francoise Dorleac: A Remembrance": a look at a rising star whose promising career was tragically cut short.
"Warlords of Atlantis" - to some, a stirring '70s adventure flick; to others, a guilty pleasure!
The late, great Gerry Anderson: his work and career at Pinewood Studios.
The little-seen cult suspense thriller "Fright" starring Susan George.
Our coverage of Oakmont Productions' series of "B" WWII flicks concludes with "Hell Boats" starring James Franciscus.
"One Eyed Jacks"- the troubled classic starring and directed by Marlon Brando
Plus the latest reviews of noteworthy videos, film books and soundtrack releases.