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Cinema Retro Issue #09 - September 2007 - Dirty Harry

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$ 75.00

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:

  • Part 1 of an extended series on The Man From U.N.C.L.E. feature films that were box-office blockbusters in the mid-1960s. Lee Pfeiffer, Dave Worrall and Craig Henderson take you behind the scenes on the making of the first film, To Trap a Spy.

  • Ten page tribute to Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry. Darren Allison gives you the inside story on the film and provides dozens of rare and unpublished photos.

  • Part 1 of Mark Mawston’s exclusive interview with special effects genius Ray Harryhausen.

  • Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Luciana Paluzzi, the beautiful Italian actress, who recounts her memories of starring in the James Bond epic Thunderball.

  • Tony Earnshaw gives us the fascinating story of the film version of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot.

  • In our continuing interviews with David McCallum, he recalls the trials and tribulations of starring in George Stevens’ The Greatest Story Ever Told.

  • Tom Lisanti’s tribute to In Like Flint’s Jean Hale.

  • Bill Gagliani celebrates the Hammer classic Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter.

  • Joe Sirola recalls his good friend Richard Burton.

  • Gareth Owen looks at the teaming of Laurence Olivier and Marilyn Monroe in his Pinewood Past column.

  • Tim Greaves relives the joys of those soft-core British sex films of the 1970s.

  • Raymond Benson’s list of the Top Ten Films of 1967.

Country - US / UK

Total Pages - 63

Condition -  EX

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