The latest issue of Cinema Retro (#38) has shipped to subscribers worldwide.
Highlights of this issue include:
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Dirty Dozen with an extensive report on the making and legacy of the film by Brian Hannan and fascinating insights by Dave Worrall. into the TV sequels and television series .
Nicholas Anez looks back on the 1967 smash hit biker filmThe Born Losersthat introduced the character of Billy Jack.
Mark Mawston gets an inside look at the movie music of director/composerJohn Carpenter.
Brian Davidson celebrates the career of actressSusan George.
Mark Mawston interviews actress and blues legendDana Gillespie.
Dawn Dabell revisits the underrated cult movieThe Hand of Night(akaThe Best of Morocco).
Whatever happened to rising British starVictor Henry? Brian Davidson provides the tragic answer.
Raymond Benson works overtime, providing us with his Ten Best Films of 1957.
Gareth Owen looks back at the illustrious past of Pinewood Studios
Plus Darren Allison's latest soundtrack news and reviews and the newest Blu-ray and film book releases.
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