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Issue 40 of the classic film magazine Cinema Retro

By: FSWL team
Cinema Retro magazine 40
A preview of the 64-page issue #40 (season 14) of Cinema Retro, THE essential guide to films of the 1960's, 1970's & 1980's from FSWL readers Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall. The new issue will be shipped to all subscribers at the beginning of January 2018.

The first issue of Cinema Retro for 2018 continues to celebrate the legacy of the late Sir Roger Moore who sadly passed away on 23 May 2017. And throughout 2018, the Cinema Retro team promises to continue to provide an outstanding coverage of the films you want to read about.

Content in this issue of Cinema Retro include:
Dave Worrall investigates The Saint feature films starring Roger Moore that were derived from the classic television series
Cai Ross's in-depth report on director Robert Altman's ill-fated (but under-rated) big screen version of Popeye (1980)
Steven J. Rubin's exclusive interview with screen legend Kirk Douglas, who - at age 100 - reflects on his favourite film, Lonely Are the Brave (1962)
Tim Greaves sinks his teeth into a film-by-film analysis of every Christopher Lee Hammer Dracula movie
Lee Pfeiffer examines the fascinating WWII misfire Castle Keep (1969) starring Burt Lancaster
• The Ten Best Films of 1959 according to FSWL reader Raymond Benson

And the usual round-up of CD, book and DVD reviews, makes for a great read.

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The cover for issue 40 of Cinema Retro. © 2017 Cinema Retro, Inc. All rights reserved.

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