Cinema Retro: Essential Guide to Movies of the '60s & '70s - Volume #6, #18 (Limited Edition) [UK Import]
by Cinema Retro
Psycho: 50 Years on Gary Giblin remembers Hitchcock's Masterpiece; Interviews With: Lewis Gilbert, Sir John Mills, Roger Corman and Fred Williamson & Much More!!!
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- 63 Pages
- Glossy Magazine Format
- Illustrated in Full Color and B&W Photos
- Released: September 24, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Publisher: Cinema Retro
Description by OLDIES.com:
Gary Giblin offers an extensive, in-depth tribute to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho to commemorate the film's 50th anniversary. He shares little-known facts about the movie and also examines its legacy, including the sequels. Matthew Field offers part one of his recent interview with director Lewis Gilbert, who discusses his war movies such as Sink the Bismarck! and The 7th Dawn. Dean Brierly's ass-kicking interview with ass-kicking Blaxploitation legend Fred ("The Hammer") Williamson. Coverage of Cinema Retro's Movie Magic Tour of England: Richard Johnson joins us at the mansion seen in The Haunting and we catch up with Sir Roger Moore, Britt Ekland, Maud Adams, Richard Kiel and George Lazenby at a major London James Bond event. Howard Hughes' special tribute to the life and career of Lee Van Cleef. Gareth Owen's unpublished interview with screen legend Sir John Mills. Ian Brown interviews Roger Corman and analyzes his film adaptations of the stories of Edgar Allan Poe that starred Vincent Price. Tom Lisanti celebrates the cult B movie Once You Kiss and Stranger and star Carol Lynley shares her memories of the film. Lee Pfeiffer looks back at the British film noir crime movie Never Let Go starring Peter Sellers in a rare dramatic role. Dave Worrall tracks down the film locations from the British serials based on the Famous Five stories. Raymond Benson reveals his choices for the best films of 1977. Rare unpublished photos from the Suzy Kendall/Dudley Moore groovy comedy hit "30 is a dangerous age, Cynthia...". Plus the usual extensive reviews of soundtracks, DVDs and movie books.