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HIGHLIGHTS OF ISSUE #32 INCLUDE:
Ray Morton looks at the revivals of King Kong beginning in the 1960s, with special emphasis on his two-part report on the making of the 1976 big budget remake.
Howard Hughes takes an in-depth look at the making of 100 Rifles starring Raquel Welch, Jim Brown and Burt Reynolds.
Matthew Field interviews iconic producer Anthony Waye about his work on the Star Wars and James Bond series.
Ernie Magnotta goes overboard and analyzes the merits of Orca, The Killer Whale
Tim Greaves goes undercover to examine the Charles Vine spy films of the 1960s and talks with star Tom Adams.
Adrian Smith interviews screen sex siren Caron Gardner and reviews Our Man in Marrakesh (aka Bang! Bang! You're Dead!)
Raymond Benson's Top Ten Films of 1952
Tom Santopietro celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music
Lee Pfeiffer looks back on the underrated British thriller, Val Guest's 80,000 Suspects starring Richard Johnson and Claire Bloom.
Plus Gareth Owen's Pinewood Past column, the latest soundtrack, film book and DVD reviews and much more!
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