Cinema Retro Issue #10 - January 2008 - Elke Sommer

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Cinema Retro is a US/UK based limited issue magazine that focuses on films of the 1960's and 1970's.  Filled with a wealth of information on classic to cult films and tons of rare images and interviews.

This issues features:

  • Extensive coverage of the 1960s Bulldog Drummond films Deadlier Than The Male and Some Girls Do including exclusive interviews with stars Elke Sommer and Richard Johnson.
  • Part 2 of The Films From U.N.C.L.E. 8-part series covering the U.N.C.L.E. feature films. This issue: The Spy With My Face. Features rare photos, behind the scene stills, international movie posters and collectibles.
  • Part 2 of our exclusive interview with special effects genius Ray Harryhausen.
  • Exclusive interview with David McCallum recalls the U.N.C.L.E. era and the filming of Three Bites of the Apple and Sol Madrid (aka The Heroin Gang).
  • Exclusive interview with James Bond girl Luciana Paluzzi covers the filming of Thunderball.
  • Whatever happened to Joy Harmon, the sexpot whose wordless role in Cool Hand Luke made her an international cult figure?
  • Author Tom Santopietro, author of Considering Doris Day, provides an in-depth tribute to the legendary actress.
  • Cinema Retro attends Sir Roger Moore's surprise 80th birthday party in NY- and takes you behind the scenes.
  • Raymond Benson's ten best films of 1969.
  • John Exshaw brings you exclusive coverage of the Venice International Film Festival and the tribute to the Italian westerns.
  • Dean Brierly recalls the underrated Michael Winner classic I'll Never Forget What's'isname.
  • Remembering Lois Maxwell, the screen's Miss Moneypenny.
  • Reviews of the special DVD editions of the erotic cult films Caligula and Emmanuelle.
  • A look at the soundtrack music to the porn classic The Devil in Miss Jones.
  • The Unseen Peckinpah discusses the script changes to the classic Straw Dogs.
  • Tribute to legendary British producer Betty Box of the Carry On comedies.
  • Exclusive coverage of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Hammer horror classic The Curse of Frankenstein.
  • Plus the best DVD, soundtrack and film book reviews.

Country - US / UK

Total Pages - 63

Condition -  EX

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