Cine Revue - Barbara Bouchet - April 1978 Issue 12A
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Cine Revue Magazine is a long running film and television review magazine published in Paris, France. Known for featuring a lot of hot actresses in various stages of undress. This would be categorized as a Men's Magazine in the USA, but French censorship is not as strict.
This issue contains 11 pages dedicated to Barbara Bouchet with a great selection of photos from her Italian Playboy photo shoot and some from her early acting roles in films like Sweet Charity, Miss Money Penny from Casino Royale, and Danger Route.
Country - France
Total Pages - 66
Condition - Excellent
This magazine does contain nudity and is therefore not suitable for those under the age of 18. Any censoring of photos is not on the actual product.
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