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Cinema Retro's Coming Issues 2023
Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s.
An exciting New Season from our friends at Cinema Retro.
The 70mm Newsletter
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Issue 55, January 2023
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• Ian Brown explores the Hammer films of director Terence Fisher
• Profile of actress Susan Pethaligon
Issue 56, May 2023
• 16-page Films in Focus "A Bridge Too Far" special feature
• John P Harty exposes the troubles behind Samuel Bronston's "55 Days at
• Sophie Loren's first Hollywood movie
• An alternative ending to "The Cincinnati Kid".
Issue 57, September 2023
• "Circus World"
• "Cross of Iron"
• History of British film magazines
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