Cinema Retro Issue #30 and "Foto Files #1: Spy Girls" Special
Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s.
An exciting New Season from our friends at Cinema Retro.
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Worrall & Lee Pfeiffer, Cinema Retro
#30 of Cinema Retro is now shipping worldwide, as is our special issue "Foto
Files #1: Spy Girls", an 80-page special tribute to the sexiest femme
fatales of '60s and '70s cinema. A new concept in special issue publications
from Cinema Retro!- Now shipping worldwide! Order this limited edition now!
Our new line of special issues is called Foto Files. The images are
derived from the Cinema Retro archives. Our premiere issue is dedicated to
"Spy Girls" of the 1960s and 1970s. It's an 80-page magazine that
emphasizes rare and exciting photographs of those actresses who were
"deadlier than the male" in some of the best retro spy movies ever made!
• Over 350 photos and film poster artwork from the era
• Limited print run. Not available in most retail outlets.
• All of your favorite femme fatales from such legendary series as James
Bond, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Harry Palmer, Bulldog Drummond, Matt Helm,
Our Man Flint, and many others!
• Among the sex sirens featured in this remarkable collector's item issue:
Ursula Andress, Diana Rigg, Elke Sommer, Caroline Munro, Camilla Sparv,
Daliah Lavi, Stella Stevens, Gila Golan, Sylva Koscina, Sue Lloyd, Sharon
Tate, Barbara Bouchet and many, many more.
Do you remember the days when cinemas showed 'Double Bill' programmes, Road
Show films with intermissions, and sold souvenir brochures? Do you long for
those days when you could read great film magazines like ABC Film Review,
Photoplay and Showtime? YOU DO? Then you must remember that the 60's and
70's were probably the greatest period ever for the film industry - an era
that brought the cinemagoer a choice of several classic movies released
every week, film posters that were works of art, and ice cream usherettes
that brought your ice pop to your seat - and wore stockings too!
This was a wonderful period in cinema history, and Dave Worrall and Lee
Pfeiffer, have brought those memories back and recreated some of
those fabulous publications that we all still long for.
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CINEMA RETRO: the Essential Guide to Cult and Classic Movies is a 64-page full colour magazine
- now in it's 11th 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
• 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
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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.
of Cinema Retro issue #30 include:
• Celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles screen debut in "A
Hard Day's Night" with exclusive insights from the film's director
Richard Lester and David V. Picker, former head of production for United
• "Blood, Sweat and Togas": Hercules and the Italian sword and sandal
epics of the 1960s.
• Exclusive! Oswald Morris: the final interview with the legendary
cinematographer of such film classics as "The Guns of Navarone", "The
Man Who Would Be King", "Moulin Rouge", "Oliver!", "Lolita", "Fiddler on
the Roof" and "The Hill".
• "From Rio Bravo to El Dorado"- Part 2 of the in-depth comparison
between two Howard Hawks film classics.
• "Francoise Dorleac: A Remembrance": a look at a rising star whose
promising career was tragically cut short.
• "Warlords of Atlantis" - to some, a stirring '70s adventure flick; to
others, a guilty pleasure!
• The late, great Gerry Anderson: his work and career at Pinewood
• The little-seen cult suspense thriller "Fright" starring Susan George.
• Our coverage of Oakmont Productions' series of "B" WWII flicks
concludes with "Hell Boats" starring James Franciscus.
• "One Eyed Jacks"- the troubled classic starring and directed by Marlon
• Plus the latest reviews of noteworthy videos, film books and
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