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    TAKE ONE
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    Monthly magazine from Montreal, Canada published by Unicorn Publishing,

    - First and last issue: 1966-1979
    - 81 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - Editor: Peter Lebensold.
    - Ceased publication.

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    Vol 7 # 9
    Issue #81
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    Vol 7 # 8
    Issue #80
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    July 1979
    Results of the Brian de Palma Screenplay Contest; MEATBALLS (a production report by Kay Armatage); Dore Schary Career Interview (by Gerald Peary and Patrick McGilligan); 30 Seconds Over America (article by Jon Fase); Cannes Film Festival (report by David Overbey); National Film Board (article by Holly Dressel); The Whiffenpoof Solution (article by Harlan Jacobson); Reviews: ALIEN; LES RENDEZ-VOUS D'ANNA; THE MARRIAGE OF MARIA BRAUN; ASPARAGUS; WINTER KILLS.Overlooked and Under-rated: AND NOW THE SCREAMING STARTS!; SORCERER. Encore: AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER. Book Reviews, including Andrew Sinclair's biography of John Ford.
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    Vol 7 # 7
    Issue #79
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    June 1979
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    Vol 7 # 6
    Issue #78
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    May 1979
    George Lucas: An Interview (by Audie Bock); Tracking Nikola Tesla; A Screenwriter's Diary (by John Hughes); Popcorn! (article by Marsha Coburn); Hot Books (article by Jenny Tripp); The Psychopathology Of The Film Buff (article by Patricia Goldstone); Stalking THE DEER HUNTER: interviews with Michael Cimino (by Donald Chase and Joseph Coencas) and Peter Zinner (by Paul Nagle); Yugoslavia's New Wave (article by Peter Cowie); Video: Take-Home TV (article by Tim Onosko); Scoring: Nino Rota (article by Ross Care); NY, NY, Part Two (article by Harlan Jacobson); Reviews: MANHATTAN; HAIR; RICHARD PRYOR: LIVE IN CONCERT; A PERFECT COUPLE; DAWN OF THE DEAD. Book reviews: including reeviews of "Camerado" by Donald Spoto and "Ten Film Classics" by Edward Murray.
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    Vol 7 # 5
    Issue #77
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    April 1979
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    Vol 7 # 4
    Issue #76
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    March 1979
    On The Set With The Muppets (article by David Colker and Jack Viertel); Interview With Carole Laure (by David Overbey); Throw Me Something, Mister! (article by Michael Goodwin); Paris Journal (by David Overbey); Kurosawa (article by Audie Bock); NY, NY (article by Harlan Jacobson); Jean Renoir (obituary by Naomi Wise); Pay-TV Report (article by Tim Onosko); Reviews: THE DEER HUNTER; THE SILENT PARTNER; L'AMOUR EN FUITE (aka LOVE ON THE RUN); ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE; the films of Howard Guttenplan.Overlooked and Under-rated: SHOCK WAVES; HOW TASTY WAS MY LITTLE FRENCHMAN; THE SQUEEZE.Encore: REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE.Book reviews: including three books on Fellini and "Close-Ups", edited by Danny Peary.
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    Vol 7 # 3
    Issue #75
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    February 1979
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    Vol 7 # 2
    Issue #74
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    January 1979
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    Vol 7 # 1
    Issue #73
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    Vol 6 # 12
    Issue #72
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    November 1978
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    Vol 6 # 11
    Issue #71
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    October 1978
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    Vol 6 # 10
    Issue #70
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    September 1978
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    Vol 6 # 9
    Issue #69
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    August 1978
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    Vol 6 # 8
    Issue #68
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    July 1978
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    Vol 6 # 7
    Issue #67
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    June 1978
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    Vol 6 # 6
    Issue #66
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    May 1978
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    Vol 6 # 5
    Issue #65
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    April 1978
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    Vol 6 # 4
    Issue #64
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    March 1978
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    Vol 6 # 3
    Issue #63
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    February 1978
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    Vol 6 # 2
    Issue #62
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    Vol 6 # 1
    Issue #61
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    December 1977
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    Vol 5 # 12
    Issue #60
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    November 1977
    Reviews: VALENTINO; NOVEMBER 15TH; STROSZEK; RIMBAUD EST MORT; OUTRAGEOUS; WHY SHOOT THE TEACHER?; THE WEREWOLF OF WASHINGTON.Print The Fact: For And Against The Films Of John Ford (article by Pierre Greenfield); Agnes Varda Sings (an interview with Ying Ying Wu); Looking For Diane Keaton (article by James Monaco); Pauline Kael, The Desperate Critic (article by Mitch Tuchman); Regular Columns: Coffee, Brandy And Cigars (by Herman G. Weinberg); Women In Film (by Kay Armatage); Technical Notes (by Bob Parent); From The Festivals (by Carmel Dumas and Holly Dressel); Letter From South Africa (by Eric Litnaitzky); Sound Tracks (by Robert Fiedel).Groucho Marx: A Retrospective (article by David Thomson); Book Reviews, including "Fellini The Artist" and "The Long View".
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    Vol 5 # 11
    Issue #59
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    September 1977
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    Vol 5 # 10
    Issue #58
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    July 1977
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    Vol 5 # 9
    Issue #57
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    April 1977
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    Vol 5 # 8
    Issue #56
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    March 1977
    Fritz Lang Remembered (article by Scott Eyman); Ellen Burstyn Talks (interviewed by Ying Ying Wu); Hollywood Turns To The Right (article by Peter Roffman and Jim Purdy); Funny Man (interview with George Burns by Albert Nussbaum); Films On Film: A Checklist (article by Judith Trojan); Reviews: PROVIDENCE; THE LATE SHOW; IN THE REALM OF THE SENSES; MIKEY AND NICKY; FELLINI-CASANOVA; JONAH WHO WILL BE 25 IN THE YEAR 2000; Overlooked And Under-rated: THE ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE; STEEL ARENA; MY NAME IS NOBODY; CHE? (aka WHAT?); LOOSE ENDS.Regular Columns:Animation (by Chuck Jones); Music (by Robert Fiedel); Technical Notes (by Bob Parent); Notes From The New Cinema (by Bob Cowan); Flamingo Hours (by Gene Youngblood); Film As Business (by Michael Mayer); Letters From Rome (by Gideon Bachmann), Paris (by Geoffrey Minish) and London (by Robert Macdonald);Coffee, Brandy And Cigars (by Herman G. Weinberg); Book Reviews (including biographies of Leni Riefensthal and Norman McLaren).Books On Film: A Checklist.
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    Vol 5 # 7
    Issue #55
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    February 1977
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    Vol 5 # 6
    Issue #54
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    January 1977
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    Vol 5 # 5
    Issue #53
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    December 1976
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    Vol 5 # 4
    Issue #52
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    October 1976
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    Vol 5 # 3
    Issue #51
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    August 1976
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    Vol 5 # 2
    Issue #50
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    May 1976
    Special 50th edition number on Alfred Hitchcock.
    Contents:
    The Cinema And Its Double (article by James Monaco);
    Shooting Hitchcock (article by Phillippe Halsman);
    The Last Great Silent Director (article by John Russell Taylor);
    Alma Hitchcock (profile by John Russell Taylor);
    Hitchcock's Films: A Critical Guide (short reviews of 53 Hitchcock films by Jay Cocks, William K. Everson, Michael Goodwin, Greil Marcus, Joe Medjuck, James Monaco, Catherine Plumb, Frank Rich, Donald Spoto, Michael Tarantino, John Russell Taylor and Naomi Wise);
    Hitchcock At Work;
    How He Does It (article by Michael Tarantino);
    Remembering Herrmann (article by Brian De Palma);
    Hitchcock: The Best Of The Earliest (article by Maurice Yacowar);
    Book-keeping On An Analyst's Couch (article by David Bombyk);
    Plotting The Hitchcock Family (article by Susan Schenker);
    Personal letters about Hitchcock from James Stewart, Ingrid Bergman, Francois Truffaut and Mike Hodges, with a brief interview with Cary Grant by James Monaco;
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    Making CINDY (article by Elizabeth Wajnberg);
    Regular Columns: by Chuck Jones, Bob Cowan, Michael F. Mayer and Herman G. Weinberg;
    Film Reviews: THE FAR SHORE; HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD; TAXI DRIVER;
    Books reviews (including "The Dracula Book", "Lorentz On Film" and "Cagney By Cagney").
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    Vol 5 # 1
    Issue #49
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    February 1976
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    Vol 4 # 12
    Issue #48
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    December 1975
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    Vol 4 # 11
    Issue #47
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    September 1975
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    Vol 4 # 10
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    June 1975
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    Vol 4 # 9
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    May 1975
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    Vol 4 # 8
    Issue #44
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    March 1975
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    Vol 4 # 7
    Issue #43
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    December 1974
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    Vol 4 # 6
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    November 1974
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    Vol 4 # 5
    Issue #41
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    September 1974
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    Vol 4 # 4
    Issue #40
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    July 1974
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    Vol 4 # 3
    Issue #39
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    May 1974
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    Vol 4 # 2
    Issue #38
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    March 1974
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    Vol 4 # 1
    Issue #37
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    January 1974
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    Vol 3 # 12
    Issue #36
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    November 1973
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    Vol 3 # 11
    Issue #35
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    September 1973
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    Vol 3 # 10
    Issue #34
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    July 1973
    Bruce Dern (interviewed by James Delson); "I Just Feel I've Been Lucky Over The Years": Henry Fonda (interviewed by Roberta Ostroff); Interview With James Wong Howe (by Scott Eyman); The Makers Of CANNIBAL GIRLS (Ivan Reitman and Dan Goldberg interviewed by Joe Medjuck); Film Reviews: THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE; THE HARDER THEY COME; THE GREEN WALL; PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID; IMAGINE; UN FLIC; Overlooked and Under-rated: BORN TO WIN; GET TO KNOW YOUR RABBIT; THE VALACHI PAPERS; THE GROUNDSTAR CONSPIRACY; THE RAIN PEOPLE.Cannes Letter (festival report by Geoffrey Minish, including short reviews of ELECTRA GLIDE IN BLUE, THE HIRELING, L'INVITATION, LA MAMAN ET LA PUTAIN, O LUCKY MAN!, SCARECROW, LA GRANDE BOUFFE and others; Oldies But Goodies: PRAISE MARX AND PASS THE AMMUNITION (review article by James Monaco); The Lesson Of Ingmar Bergman (article by Francois Truffaut); Regular Columns: In The Works (Canadian film production report); Reflections On The Current Scene (by Herman G. Weinberg);Book Reviews: including "A Short History Of The Movies" by Gerald Mast and "The Cinema Of Francois Truffaut" by Graham Petrie.
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    Vol 3 # 9
    Issue #33
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    May 1973
    The Horrible Hammer Films Of Terence Fisher (article by Harry Ringel); THE MURDER OF FRED HAMPTON (review article and interview with Howard Alk by Gerald Peary); A WOMAN OF PARIS in 1972 (review article by Herman G. Weinberg); Carl Foreman (interviewed by Joe Medjuck); The Grotesque West Of Sergio Leone (article by Stuart Kaminsky); Sergio Leone Talks (interview with Noel Simsolo); Film Reviews: AUGUST AND JULY; PULP; LUDWIG; HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER; ULZANA'S RAID; THE FINISHING TOUCH; Movies At A Glance: short reviews of L'AMOUR; CANNIBAL GIRLS; THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES; LOVE AND PAIN AND THE WHOLE DAMN THING; BEQUEST TO A NATION (aka THE NELSON AFFAIR); PAPER MOON; SLITHER; SOYLENT GREEN; A TOUCH OF CLASS; Hollywood Is Our Beat: short reviews of CLASS OF '44; CHARLOTTE'S WEB; WATTSTAX; ASYLUM; SLITHER; FIVE FINGERS OF DEATH; THE THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER; CHANDLER; GODSPELL; TWO PEOPLE; LOST HORIZON. Letter From Ouagadougou (article by Andre Pacquet); Letter From London, Ontario (article by Martin Walsh); Regular Columns: New York Letter (by Bob Cowan); Reflections On The Current Scene (by Herman G. Weinberg); Book Reviews: including "Breaking Through, Selling Out, Dropping Dead" by William Bayer.
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