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APRIL 2010
ISSUE 17 OF CINEMA RETRO

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2010-04-17
CINEMA RETRO ISSUE 17 RELEASED THIS MONTH!

Highlights include:

• ADRIAN SMITH interviews Valerie Leon who is well-known for her cleavage roles in the Hammer, Carry On and James Bond films of the Sixties and Seventies.
• LEE PFEIFFER continues his conversation with producer David V. Picker. This time around he recalls the movie Smile from 1975.
• CHRISTOPHER GULLO talks to both director and star of the Blaxploitation zombie flick Sugar Hill.
• DEAN BRIERLY gets to grips with the late David Carradine, star of the classic Kung Fu TV-series and, later, Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill movies.
• TODD GARBARINI'S rare interview with the late Robert Wise, who discusses his 1963 chiller The Haunting.
• PINEWOOD PAST: GARETH OWEN takes us for a stroll down Baker Street, the home of Sherlock Holmes which was built on the backlot for Billy Wilder's The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes in 1969 - and is still there!
• RAYMOND BENSON presents his list of the best films of 1976

PLUS the latest soundtrack, DVD and movie book reviews!

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