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CINEMA
Irregular Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1962-1976
- Published by Spectator International Inc.

Last updated:
9 May 2017

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COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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There are 35 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 35
Covers missing: None
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CONTENTS: 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 GALLERIES: 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 All

Issue 35
March 1976


Issue 34
March 1974


Issue 33
Vol 8 # 1
March 1973


Issue 32
Vol 7 # 3
December 1972


Issue 31
Vol 7 # 2
Spring/March 1972
STRAW DOGS (by Stephen Farber);EL TOPO and VIVA LA MUERTE (by Foster Hirsch);DODESKADEN - Akira Kurosawa discusses his film with Yoichi Mtasue, Kei Kumai, Tadao Sato, Koichi Yamada and Yoshi Shirai (translated by Leonard Schrader and Haruji Nakamura);Kurosawa, DODESKADEN and Japanese Culture (by Masahiro Ogi);Preston Sturges (by Richard Corliss);A Guide To Christian Metz (by Richard Thompson, with an extract from Metz's book LANGUAGE IN CINEMA);LE BOUCHER (by John Belton);Reviews: THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE; TRASH.Books: Raymond Durgnat's books (reviewed by Robert Mundy).


Issue 30
Vol 7 # 1
September 1971


Issue 29
Vol 6 # 3
March 1971


Issue 28
Vol 6 # 2
Fall/September 1970
Black American Cinema: A Primer (article by Norman Kagan); Dreyer In Double Reflection (a 1946 essay by Carl Dreyer, translated by Gwen Morgan and Donald Skoller); PERFORMANCE: The Nightmare Journey (review article by Stephen Farber); Budd Boetticher: A Case Study In Criticism (article by Paul Schrader); The Uniqueness Of Kon Ichikawa (a symposium, translated by Haruji Nakamura and Leonard Schrader); The Interplay Of Forces Large And Small (article on Ingmar Bergman by Peter Harcourt); SATYRICON: Fellini's Continuing Autobiography (review article by John Myhers); Book Reviews: four books by Parker Tyler, reviewed by Margaret Bach.


Issue 27
Vol 6 # 1
March 1970
Ozu Spectrum (translated by Haruiji Nakamura and Leonard Schrader); Ozu On Ozu; Ozu and I: Reflections On My Mentor (by Chishu Ryu); A Talk With Ozu (translated from "Kinema Jumpo"; Abusing The Star System (by Yasujiro Ozu); The Monster Marathon: THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY? (review article by Stephen Farber); Renoir: A Progress Report (article by Alexander Sesonske); The New Ballgame: THe Cartridge Revolution (article by Peter Guber); The New Documentaries Of Frederick Wiseman (article by Stephen Mamber); Interview With Frederick Wiseman; Revolution And Melodrama (article by Bill Nichols); Reveiws: WOMEN IN LOVE; WOODSTOCK; TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE; ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS.


Issue 26
Vol 5 # 4
December 1969


Issue 25
Vol 5 # 3
September 1969


Issue 24
Vol 5 # 2
June 1969


Issue 23
Vol 5 # 1
March 1969


Issue 22
Vol 4 # 4
December 1968


Issue 21
Vol 4 # 3
September 1968


Issue 20
Vol 4 # 2
June 1968


Issue 19
Vol 4 # 1
March 1968


Issue 18
Vol 3 # 6
December 1967


Issue 17
Vol 3 # 5
June 1967


Issue 16
Vol 3 # 4
December 1966


Issue 15
Vol 3 # 3
July 1966


Issue 14
Vol 3 # 2
March 1966


Issue 13
Vol 3 # 1
December 1965


Issue 12
Vol 2 # 6
August 1965


Issue 11
Vol 2 # 5
March/April 1965


Issue 10
Vol 2 # 4
January 1965
Wrongly states Vol 2 #3.


Issue 9
Vol 2 # 3
October/November 1964


Issue 8
Vol 2 # 2
July 1964


Issue 7
Vol 2 # 1
February/March 1964


Issue 6
Vol 1 # 6
November/December 1963


Issue 5
Vol 1 # 5
August/September 1963


Issue 4
Vol 1 # 4
June/July 1963


Issue 3
Vol 1 # 3
April 1963


Issue 2
Vol 1 # 2
February 1963


Issue 1
Vol 1 # 1
December 1962

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