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Movie Magic Tour
 - Celebrating British Film Heritage

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall (Cinema Retro publishers) Date: 21.01.2010
Many readers of the in70mm.com web site are also fans of Cinema Retro magazine, which is dedicated to celebrating movies of the 1960s and 1970s. Now publishers Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall are teaming with T.W.I.N.E. Tours for a British movie location tour no classic movie lover will want to miss. The Movie Magic Tour runs from April 23-May 1 2010 and will encompass an itinerary jam-packed with exciting locations and events. For wide screen movie fans, however, one of the highlights is sure to be Cinema Retro’s presentation of "How the West Was Won" in its original Cinerama, 3-projector format. The screening will take place at the National Media Museum in Bradford. The Museum is familiar to many of our readers who attend their annual Widescreen Weekend event. This will be a rare opportunity to see the film in its magnificent original format.

Other highlights of the tour will include attending a special ceremony at the London Film Museum where Sir Christopher Lee will be presented with the Cinema Retro lifetime achievement award; attendance at an event that will include many stars from the James Bond films, spending the night in the actual 15th century mansion house where Robert Wise’s "The Haunting" was filmed, exclusive personal tour of Pinewood Studios, a visit to the actual Village where Patrick McGoohan shot "The Prisoner" in Wales, an afternoon at the beautiful village where "The Eagle Has Landed" was shot, visits to the Laurel and Hardy Museum in Stan Laurel’s home town and the James Bond Museum and much, much more. This is a highly exclusive tour and is strictly limited in number of attendees. For full information click on the banner ad above. For more about Cinema Retro magazine, visit www.cinemaretro.com

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