Cinema Retro proudly presents this year's Movie Classics 80-page special issue: "World War II Movies of the Sixties", showcasing films that only Cinema Retro would cover in-depth. Some are true classics, others are simply vastly entertaining- and all are celebrated through rare production photos, international marketing campaigns, then-and-now location photos and little-known facts.
Films covered in this issue:
The Guns of Navarone - Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn, David Niven
Battle of the Bulge- Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan
Anzio- Robert Mitchum, Peter Falk
The Victors- George Peppard, Eli Wallach, George Hamilton
The Train- Burt Lancaster, Jeanne Moreau
Tobruk-Rock Hudson, George Peppard, Nigel Davenport
Hannibal Brooks- Oliver Reed, Michael J. Pollard
The Devil's Brigade- William Holden, Cliff Robertson, Vince Edwards
Von Ryan's Express- Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard
Operation Crossbow- George Peppard, Sophia Loren, Richard Johnson
Is Paris Burning?- Orson Welles, Gert Frobe, Alain Delon
Play Dirty- Michael Caine, Nigel Davenport
The Heroes of Telemark- Kirk Douglas, Richard Harris
We realize that there are still plenty of worthy titles deserving of coverage and we plan to get to them in a follow-up WWII issue.
As with all Cinema Retro issues, this one is a limited edition - so order now!
Note: This issue is not part of the subscription plan and must be ordered separately.