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    Subject: Retro,  
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    Retro, Quarterly magazine from Muscatine, United States published by Muscatine Journal,

    - First issue: 1995
    - 89 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 2006
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    Issue #47
    December/Jan./Feb. 2006
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    Issue #46
    Fall 2006
    Mischa Aeur: Madcap Prince
    Almost every movie fan of Golden Age Hollywood is familiar with the performances of that 'high-strung beanpole' Mischa Auer. His pop-eyed expressions and madly exaggerated gestures were especially appreciated by film directors who knew that if anyone could get an audience to laugh, Mischa could. Ironically, this favorite funny man led a life full of tragedy.
    Anne Jeffries: A timeless quality
    It could easily have been a quarter century ago. The tony Westwood neighborhood looked as it always has, manicured and proud, and the stately home on the hill looked untouched by time. Walking up the steep stone steps to the bright red front door, a visitor feels an immediate and warm welcome.
    Orchestra Wives: The Legendary Big Band Musical
    I've viewed Orchestra Wives dozens upon dozens of times and have never found it less than a totally exhilarating entertainment experience. Many others, I've come to find, have been similarly touched by the movie. From start to finish, the film lifts the spirits and delights the senses. It's fast-paced, witty, visually dynamic and musically sublime. The picture has come to be a veritable time-capsule representation of early 1940s Americana, depicting a period when this country's youth were most enthralled by big band music. And it features the biggest of the big bands, Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, in an innovative manner, a way in which the musicians themselves are central to the film's narrative.
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    Issue #45
    June/July/August 2006
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    Issue #44
    March/April/May 2006
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