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Cinema Retro Essential Guide to Movies of the '60s & '70s - Volume 15, #44 (Limited Edition) [UK Import]

Girl Power! From comic-strip spies to sex sirens; Stefanie Powers; Pamela Green; Marianne Koch
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  • 63 Pages
  • Glossy Magazine Format
  • Heavily Illustrated With Full Color And B&W Photos
  • Publisher: Cinema Retro



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Cinema Retro presents its first regular edition with a consistent theme throughout: "Girl Power!", as we celebrate female stars and films of the 1960s.

Diane A. Rodgers examines two of the first female action heroes of the big screen: Monica Vitti as Modesty Blaise and Raquel Welch as super spy Fathom.

Mike Siegel provides a rare interview with Marianne Koch, who recalls filming A Fistful of Dollars with Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood.

Lee Pfeiffer presents an exclusive interview with Stefanie Powers about starring in The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.

Dawn Dabell explores the exotic world of the Emmanuelle films, the first attempt to present erotica from a female perspective.

Actress Pamela Green talks to Tim Greaves about the challenge of appearing in Michael Powell's notorious Peeping Tom.

Lee Pfeiffer analyzes the British comedy/drama Take a Girl Like You with Hayley Mills as a young virgin trying to cope with the sexual revolution- as well as would-be seducers Oliver Reed and Noel Harrison.

Gareth Owen pays tribute to the late producer Betty Box, who broke the glass ceiling in the British film industry with the Carry On films.

Olivia de Havilland is a gutsy lady trying to outwit killer James Caan in Lady in a Cage.

Dolores Hart, Pamela Tiffin and Lois Nettleton are high-flying single women who seek love and adventure as "stewardesses" (remember that quaint term?) in the 1960s romantic comedy Come Fly with Me.

Plus: Raymond Benson's latest Cinema 101 column, Darren Allison reviews the latest soundtrack and there is the usual abundance of DVD and Blu-ray reviews.
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