Cinema Retro is the only magazine dedicated to the film industry's last "Golden Age": the 1960s and 1970s. Every issue of this British import magazine is filled with rare movie stills, behind the scenes production photos and international movie poster art.
Issue No. 33 presents in-depth coverage of the 1969 WWII epic "The Bridge at Remagen". World War II author and film historian Steven J. Rubin obtained extensive access to the personal archive's of the late, legendary David L. Wolper, who produced the film. The result is the most extensive analysis of the film ever done, from early drafts of the script to the final production- with contributions from Rod Serling along the way.?
This two-part coverage commences with issue #33 and is completed in issue #34. The issue also includes rare international movie stills and historic photos as well as exclusive interviews with stars Robert Vaughn, George Segal and Bradford Dillman.
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