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    The Essential Guide To Cult And Classic Movies
    Page last updated:
    2 August 2015
    12 June 2015
    Subject: Retro,  
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    - Cinema Retro
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Brian Poynton
    Retro, Magazine from United Kingdom

    - First issue: 2005
    - 38 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - The classic cinema of 60s and 70s.
    - Features on specific films, actors, directors etc.
    - 64 colour pages.
    - Website: www.cinemaretro.com

    Showing: 4 issues from 2009
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    Issue #15
    August/September/October 2009
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    Issue #14
    May 2009
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    Issue #13
    January 2009
    8 page celebration of the 40th anniversary of Chitty Chitty Band Bang.
    Exclusive interviews with Ernest Borgnine and Karen Black.
    The story behind the restoration of the Lee Van Cleef spaghetti western The Big Gundown and interview with director Sergio Sollima.
    A tribute to the films of Bruce Lee.
    The espionage films of Alistair MacLean- Part 1 (The Secret Ways, The Satan Bug).
    Sir Roger Moore receives the Cinema Retro award at the Spy Who Loved Me reunion at Pinewood Studios.
    Cinema Retro's London premiere party for Quantum Of Solace.
    Christopher Lee and director Don Sharp recall the Hammer production of Devil Ship Pirates * The Films From U.N.C.L.E. series continues with coverage of The Spy in the Green Hat
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    Special Edition #1
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    Reprint, July 2012
    In the WHERE EAGLES DARE special issue:
    Exclusive Interviews
    PLUS: Rare Never Seen Before Behind The Scenes Photos... and more!
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