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MONTHLY FILM BULLETIN
Published By The British Film Institute
Monthly Magazine from London ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1934-1991
- Published from February 1934 to April 1991.
- Reviews for every movie on release in England.
- Merged with Sight and Sound in 1991.
- Published by British Film Institute (BFI)

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23 January 2019

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Issue 687
April 1991


Issue 686
March 1991


Issue 685
February 1991
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Issue 684
January 1991


Issue 683
December 1990
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Issue 682
November 1990


Issue 681
October 1990


Issue 680
September 1990


Issue 679
August 1990


Issue 678
July 1990


Issue 677
June 1990
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Issue 676
May 1990


Issue 675
April 1990


Issue 674
March 1990


Issue 673
February 1990


Issue 672
January 1990


Issue 671
December 1989


Issue 670
November 1989


Issue 669
October 1989
Long review: ISTORIYA ASI KYACHINOI, KOTORAYA LYUBILA, DA NIE VSHIA ZAMUZH (aka ASYA'S HAPPINESS); Feature articles: Unshelving The Soviet Cinema (by Mark LeFanu); Mothers, Lovers and Others (by Karen Alexander); Other reviews: ARIEL; THE BEAR; CHECKING OUT; DROLE D'ENDROIT POUR UNE RENCONTRE (aka A STRANGE PLACE TO MEET); EL DORADO; ERIK THE VIKING; THE FLY II; GETTING IT RIGHT; HARD ROAD; HENRY V; THE IRON TRIANGLE; K-9; LETHAL WEAPON 2; MELANCHOLIA; OLD GRINGO; PATTI ROCKS; QUEEN OF HEARTS; RESURRECTED; WE THINK THE WORLD OF YOU; WHEN THE WHALES CAME; WIRED; YOUNG EINSTEIN. Short Films: COFFEE-COLOURED CHILDREN; DREAMING RIVERS; I'M BRITISH, BUT...; PERFECT IMAGE.Video: WHO WILL CAST THE FIRST STONE? Interview: Oliver Stone (by John Wrathall).


Issue 668
September 1989
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Long review: TESTAMENT. Feature articles: Possessed By Memory (by Julian Petley); A Fabulous Melancholy And A Greater Design: The Restored PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID (by Richard Combs); Who Are His People: BATMAN (by Kim Newman). Other reviews: APARTMENT ZERO; ASHIK KERIB; BAD TASTE; BATMAN; BULL DURHAM; CAMP DE THIAROYE; DEAD POETS SOCIETY; JACKNIFE; THE KARATE KID PART III; KICKBOXER; KILLING DAD; THE LAND BEFORE TIME; LA LEGGENDE DEI SANTO BEVITORE (aka THE LEGEND OF THE HOLY DRINKER); MY LEFT FOOT; PHYSICAL EVIDENCE; POLICE ACADEMY 6: UNDER SIEGE; QUE HE HECHO YO PARA MERECER ESTO! (aka WHAT HAVE I DONE TO DESERVE THIS?); SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL; SEX, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE; SPEAKING PARTS; TALK RADIO.Video: IT'S ALIVE III: ISLAND OF THE ALIVE; A RETURN TO SALEM'S LOT.


Issue 667
August 1989


Issue 666
July 1989


Issue 665
June 1989


Issue 664
May 1989


Issue 663
April 1989


Issue 662
March 1989


Issue 661
February 1989


Issue 660
January 1989


Issue 659
December 1988


Issue 658
November 1988


Issue 657
October 1988


Issue 656
September 1988


Issue 655
August 1988


Issue 654
July 1988


Issue 653
June 1988


Issue 652
May 1988


Issue 651
April 1988


Issue 650
March 1988


Issue 649
February 1988


Issue 648
January 1988

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