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Cinema Retro's 12th Season Announced
Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s. An exciting New Season from our friends at Cinema Retro.

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Written by: Dave Worrall & Lee Pfeiffer, Cinema Retro Publishers Date: 16.12.2015
Cinema Retro's 12th season begins as issue #34 is scheduled to ship over the weekend to our readers in the UK and Europe. Subscribers in North America and the rest of the world will be receiving their issues in January. Thanks to our loyal readers, we've made it this far even in an era in which print magazines seem to be going the way of the leisure suit. Then again, Cinema Retro is unique, which may explain why our readers are so loyal. No other magazine centers specifically on the great Golden Age of film making: the 1960s and 1970s. Our 12th season will be as exciting as ever, with exclusive interviews, rare photos and insightful columns about classic and cult movies that virtually no one else covers in this kind of detail.

We begin the season on an exciting note. Issue #34 features Mark Mawston's exclusive interview with legendary stills photographer Keith Hamshire, who takes us behind the scenes on Stanley Kubricks's "2001: A Space Odyssey" and reveals fascinating facts and rare photos from this landmark movie for which Kubrick chose Keith to photograph pivotal aspects of the production. Next, bestselling author Robert Sellers looks at the making of "The Three Musketeers" and "The Four Musketeers" with exclusive comments from the star-studded cast. Tim Greaves celebrates the cult horror classic "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors" starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee and Tom Lisanti interviews glamour girl Jan Watson about working as a "Slaygirl" on the Matt Helm films with Dean Martin. If that isn't enough for you, Bond book authors Ajay Chowdhury and Matthew Field provide first hand coverage of George Lazenby's return to the Swiss mountain location Piz Gloria as part of the recent tribute held there for the James Bond classic "On Her Majesty's Secret Service". Also, Steven J. Rubin concludes his fascinating article about the making of the epic "The Bridge at Remagen" with Robert Vaughn and George Segal, Dawn Dabell looks at three key WWII films that highlight women as the heroic figures, Raymond Benson provides his choices for the ten best films of 1953, Lee Pfeiffer examines the attributes of the "B" movie winner "Ambush Bay" starring Hugh O'Brian and Mickey Rooney, Brian Davidson celebrates the sexploitation flick "The Au Pair Girls", plus Darren Allison's column covering the latest soundtrack news and Gareth Owen's popular "Pinewood Past" column. Oh, and for good measure there is coverage of the royal premiere of "Spectre".

CINEMA RETRO: the Essential Guide to Cult and Classic Movies is a 64-page full colour magazine - now in it's 12th year of publication - devoted to those great films of the 60's and 70's. Every photo-packed issue features:

Major in-depth look at a classic film or film series.
Cinema sirens and hunks: photos of those delicious sexy actresses and actors whom we all long to see again.
Reproductions of some of the greatest movie poster art of all time.
Exclusive interviews with actors, producers and directors from films of this period.
An international team of film scholars and journalists brining you classic movie news and articles from around the globe.

Each issue is a limited edition collector's item- published in England but available worldwide. This is not an amateur fan magazine. Rather, it is written by recognised writers in the field of film criticism as well as from the vantage point of the actors, producers, directors and technicians who were a part of this wonderful era of film making. To ensure you receive each issue of this magazine, you must be a subscriber. Cinema Retro is a premium-priced magazine designed for readers who take their moves seriously. You will not find the latest film news, gossip or rumours. You will find insightful and fun articles regarding classic and cult movies, in-depth interviews and some of the rarest photos imaginable.
 
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