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  1. Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview
    Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview
    Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview
    Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview
    Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview
    Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview
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  2. Cinema Retro Issue #35 Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon; James Bond, Caroline Munro, When Eight Bells Toll, Ian Ogilvy Interview

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  • Cinema Retro
  • Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
  • James Bond
  • Dean Martin as Matt Helm
  • Kubrick's 2001
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HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: · Mike Siegel's 12 page in-depth report on the tragedy and triumph in the making of Bruce Lee's last film, Enter the Dragon · Mark Mawston's exclusive interview with Ian Ogilvy, who talks about filming She Beast, Witchfinder General and his close call with playing James Bond · Extensive report from Tim Greaves on the underrated Alistair MacLean spy thriller When Eight Bells Toll, which afforded young Anthony Hopkins an early starring role. · Peter Cook pays tribute to "The Art of Deception"- a look at the use of matte paintings in famous films. · Michael Commes takes a fun filled visit to The House of Bare Mountain, the infamous nudie monster flick · Esteemed photographer Keith Hamshere shares his memories and photos from The Living Daylights, Murphy's War and Death on the Nile. · Raymond Benson's Ten Best Films of 1954 · Patrick Cooper pays tribute to Robert Mitchum and The Friends of Eddie Coyle · Lee Pfeiffer's "Take Two" column examines Assignment K starring Stephen Boyd andCamilla Sparv · Brian Hannan looks at what was hot at the boxoffice in 1966 · Sheldon Hall reviews a video release of Jacques Rivette's films · Daniel D'Arpe celebrates the cult sci-fi flick Starcrash starring Caroline Munro and David Hasselhoff. · Adrian Smith joyfully uncovers the 007 sexploitation spoof Bonditis · Plus Raymond Benson's top ten films of 1953, 1954 and 1955, Darren Allison's soundtrack reviews and the latest movie book and DVD/Blu-ray releases

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