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|Written by: Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall ||Date: 10.07.2022|
|It's that time of year, Cinema Retro fans! We're about to enter our 18th year of publishing in 2023. Now is a great time to support the world's most unique film magazine by subscribing or renewing so you can enjoy a full year of our in-depth look at films of the 1960s and 1970s.|
Cinema Retro issue #53 has now shipped to subscribers worldwide. If you thought the issue was a bit late, you are correct. Since the magazine is printed in the UK, our subscribers there and in Europe received the issue last month. However, all other parts of the world are mailed from our U.S. office and there is always a lag time...but never this long. We're told it was caused by continuing lingering disruptions to the international shipping industry due to the pandemic. In any event, we thank you for your patience and we think you'll find this issue has been worth the wait. Here are some highlights:
We pay tribute to the eternal cinematic love story Somewhere in Time starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour. Cai Ross provides an exclusive interview with the film's director, Jeannot Szwarc.
Simon Lewis provides a 12-page "Film in Focus" article detailing the trials and tribulations of making David Lean's ill-fated Irish romance, "Ryan's Daughter".
John P. Harty examines the merits of another high profile boxoffice misfire, Richard Brooks' “Lord Jim” starring Peter O'Toole.
Mark Mawston entices actor John Leyton to give a rare interview in which he discusses his successful career as a rock 'n roll heartthrob and, as an actor, filming The Great Escape.
Dave Worrall shines the spotlight on Helen Mirren's breakthrough film, Age of Consent.
Thomas Hauerslev celebrates the recent restoration of MGM's Cinerama classic "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm"
Lee Pfeiffer looks at the dark side of director Blake Edwards' films with Experiment in Terror starring Lee Remick, Glenn Ford and Stefanie Powers.
Subscribe or renew today for Season 18 and get this issue along with issue #52 and our Fall/Winter issue #54.
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