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    Page last updated:
    14 July 2015
    Subject: Retro,  
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Scott Matheson
    Retro, Quarterly magazine from Muscatine, United States published by Muscatine Journal,

    - First issue: 1995
    - 80 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - Sister mag to Classic Images.
    - Website: www.filmsofthegoldenage.com
    - From the same publisher: Classic Images,

    Showing: 4 issues from 1998
    Search only in FILMS OF THE GOLDEN AGE
    Issues by year: 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

    Issue #15
    December/Jan./Feb. 1998
    Marian Marsh - Little Maid Marian Norma Shearer - The First Lady of MGM Jack Elam - The Good, the Ugly, & the Gambler A History of First National Pictures Gertrude Michael Hollywood Survivor Fredric March - More Than an Icon Dorothy Dandridge - The Wonder Child
    Highslide JS

    Issue #14
    September/October/November 1998
    Anna Lee - Remembers the British Raj Evelyn Venable - An Earlier, Gentler Time Tallulah Bankhead - Southern Star Irene Dunne - Elegant Leading Lady The Ken Annakin Story An interview with Richard Todd Jimmy Durante - That Well Dressed Man
    Highslide JS

    Issue #13
    June/July/August 1998
    Veronica Lake - The Peekaboo Queen Fay McKenzie - Girl of the Golden West Vincent Sherman - From the Director's Chair Maris Wrixon - Beauty and the B's - Part 2 Aldo Ray - The Long, Hard Fall of a Hollywood Hero Judy Tyler - The Brief Career of the Cinderella G
    Highslide JS

    Issue #12
    March/April/May 1998
    Helen Chandler - Vision of Beauty Mervyn LeRoy - 'You Shoot the Picture not the Money' Ben Lyon - The Lyon King Eleanor Parker - Magnificent Chameleon
    Highslide JS

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