Cinema Retro starts our 14th season with issue #40.
Highlights of this issue:
*Tribute to Sir Roger Moore and in-depth coverage of his memorial service at Pinewood Studios and the rarely-seen feature films derived from episodes of his classic TV series "The Saint".
*Exclusive! Steve Rubin interviews screen legend Kirk Douglas about the underrated classic Lonely are the Brave.
*Tim Greaves examines every Hammer studios Dracula movie starring Sir Christopher Lee.
*Cai Ross examines the inside story behind director Robert Altman's bizarre live action version of Popeye starring Robin Williams.
*Lee Pfeiffer covers director Sydney Pollack's controversial WWII film Castle Keep starring Burt Lancaster as well as Irwin Allen's disastrous "bee movie", The Swarm.
*Jack Hardy rediscovers the largely forgotten French epic Lafayette.
*Frank Aston revisits Blake Edwards' western Wild Rovers starring William Holden and Ryan O'Neal.
*Raymond Benson looks back on his ten best films of 1959.
*Brian Hannan's top boxoffice attractions of 1968
*Tribute to Hugh Hefner
Plus DVD and movie book reviews, Gareth Owen's "Pinewood Past" column and Darren Allison's news and reviews of latest soundtrack releases.
NOTE: Because of unexpectedly heavy demand, our U.S. office cannot sell single copies of issue #40, as the remaining supplies are reserved for subscribers. However, it can be ordered from our UK office. See "Rest of the World" button below to order if you live in North America, South America, Asia, Africa or Australia.