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Latest News from Cinema Retro Magazine
Highlights from issue 17 and the latest spectacular special edition

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall, (Cinema Retro editors & publishers)Date: 07.06.2010
Issue 17 of Cinema Retro was shipped in May 2010.

CINEMA RETRO is published three times a year. Although the magazine can be found in specialty shops and major book stores in the US and UK, every issue is a limited edition. Stores tend to sell out quickly, thus the best way to insure that you receive every issue is through subscribing. Every issue delivered to your door prior to the magazine appearing in shops.

"Cinema Retro Magazine is a 'Must' For Fans of Movies From the 1960s & 1970s –And They Didn't Have to Pay Me to Say That!" - Sir Roger Moore

Issue #17 of Cinema Retro has been sent out to subscribers around the world

Interview with cover girl Valerie Leon about her fascinating career including roles as a Bond girl and Hammer horror star.

Ten page tribute to the classic horror film The Haunting featuring Todd Garbarini's unpublished interview with director Robert Wise and John Exshaw's fascinating history of the film, including insights from star Richard Johnson.

Dean Brierly's unpublished interview with David Carradine, who discusses the Kung Fu years and the Kill Bill films

Producer 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 props

Christopher Gullo looks at the cult Blaxploitation/voodoo film Sugar Hill and interviews director Paul Maslansky and star Don Pedro Colley.
 
More in 70mm reading:

"Where Eagles Dare" - Cinema Retro ‘Movie Classics’ Special

Latest news from Cinema Retro

“How Lone Pine Won the West” Film Locations Tour

Movie Magic Tour

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For the large format fans, Tom March has written a very fine "How the West Was Won" location-hunt report for Cinema Retro's 17th edition. Click image to see enlargement.

How the West Was Won: Tom March takes us on a road trip to visit the present day locations seen in the Cinerama classic

Storm in a D Cup: Dave Worrall celebrates the career of buxom beauty June Wilkinson.

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.

Raymond Benson provides with his choices for the best films of 1976
Gareth Owen looks at the shooting of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes at Pinewood Studios

Plus the usual extensive news about movie soundtracks, film-related books and hard-to-find DVDs.
 
“How Lone Pine Won the West” Film Locations Tour

Clint Eastwood Dollar Trilogy special edition

 
The second annual edition of Cinema Retro's Movie Classics special issues is our most ambitious work yet: the most extensive tribute to the Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone 'Dollar' film trilogy ever published.

 Full coverage of 'A Fistful of Dollars', 'For a Few Dollars More' and 'the Good, the Bad and the Ugly' - and why these films remain timeless cinematic classics.

80 full pages (16 pages more than the standard Cinema Retro issue)

Packed with hundreds of rare production stills, collectibles and international movie poster art culled from archives from around the world.

Many photos never before published - including rare behind the scenes production stills from people who acted as extras in 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'

Special foreword by Leone biographer Sir Christopher Frayling

The legendary film locations - then and now

Coverage of the rare, deleted sequences

Cast and crew biographies
 
"Where Eagles Dare" - Cinema Retro ‘Movie Classics’ Special

LEE PFEIFFER, editor

 
Mr. Lee Pfeiffer. Image by Thomas Hauerslev

Lee is the author/co-author of numerous books about the cinema including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Classic Movies 1915-1969, The Great Fox War Movies, The Essential James Bond, The Films of Clint Eastwood, The Films of Harrison Ford, The John Wayne Scrapbook, The Ultimate Clint Eastwood Trivia Book, True Grits, The Films of Tom Hanks, The Incredible World of OO7 and The Official Andy Griffith Scrapbook. He has discussed the cinema on countless TV and radio programmes, including ‘The Howard Stern Show', ‘Geraldo Rivera' and the popular British show ‘Good Morning'. He also co-produced the acclaimed documentaries The Making of Goldfinger, The Making of Thunderball and the Inside Dr. Stranglelove for DVD release, as well as the audio commentary track with director Sidney Lumet for The Verdict. He also created and hosts the acclaimed ‘Let's Bond in Britain' tours of James Bond film locations, has been employed as a consultant for both Christie's, and the official James Bond conventions in America. In addition to teaching classic film courses at NYU, Lee also holds film events at New York's legendary club for the arts, The Players. He resides in New Jersey, where he enthusiastically ignores making household repairs so he can indulge in his passion for classic movies.
 
 

DAVE WORRALL, editor

 
Mr. Dave Worral. Image by Thomas Hauerslev

DAVE WORRALL, a lifelong student of the international cinema, has appeared (and worked on) numerous TV and radio programmes for Home Box Office, BBC, Fox Television, Carlton TV, The History Channel, ITV and Thames Television (with Jonathan Ross). He has also been employed by; Corgi Toys, Eon Productions (the Bond film makers), The National Motor Museum, MGM/UA Home Video and Vodaphone, for his vast knowledge of the OO7 phenomenon. He is the publisher and author of The Most Famous Car in the World: the Complete History of the James Bond Aston Martin DB5, The James Bond Die-casts of Corgi, and co-author (with Lee Pfeiffer) of The Essential James Bond (for Macmillan), an official reference guide to the series that has sold over 250,000 copies to date. Dave is also the publisher of ‘The James Bond Collector's Club' magazine, co-published (and designed) the book James Bond's London, and worked as UK Field Producer on the James Bond DVD documentary films currently on sale around the world. An aficionado of the films of Clint Eastwood, Sergio Leone and Hammer Horror, Dave resides on the edge of The New Forest where he takes a fiendish delight in having turned a childhood obsession for films into a career. He recently co-authored The Great Fox War Movies with his Cinema Retro co-founder Lee Pfeiffer.
 
 
  
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