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Cinema Retro Issue #24 Now Shipping Worldwide!

1 October 2012 12:56 PM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Issue #24 of Cinema Retro is being hailed by many readers as the very best in the eight years we've been publishing. What makes it so special? Consider the wide range of great films covered in this one, diverse issue:

Major celebration of The Poseidon Adventure's 40th anniversary with articles by David Savage, Tom Listanti, James Radford and Chris Poggiali. Includes many rare photos, international movie posters and interviews with Carol Lynley and Mort Kunstler, the legendary artist who created the movie poster. Kunstler also provides his original sketches for the ad campaign, reproduced in this issue for the first time.  40th anniversary tribute to Deliverance. John Exshaw visits director John Boorman at his home in Ireland for exclusive interview about working with author James Dickey on the landmark film. Gary Giblin takes an in-depth look at another classic film celebrating its 40th anniversary: Alfred Hitchcock's Frenzy, complete with »

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Cinema Retro's Exclusive Interview With Bradford Dillman

31 March 2012 3:35 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Retro-active: The Best Articles From Cinema Retro's Archives 

Bradford Dillman: A Compulsively Watchable Actor

By Harvey Chartrand

In a career that has spanned 43 years, Bradford Dillman accumulated more than 500 film and TV credits. The slim, handsome and patrician Dillman may have been the busiest actor in Hollywood during the late sixties and early seventies, working non-stop for years. In 1971 alone, Dillman starred in seven full-length feature films. And this protean output doesn’t include guest appearances on six TV shows that same year.

Yale-educated Dillman first drew good notices in the early 1950s on the Broadway stage and in live TV shows, such as Climax and Kraft Television Theatre. After making theatrical history playing Edmund Tyrone in the first-ever production of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night in 1956, Dillman landed the role of blueblood psychopath Artie Straus in the crime-and-punishment thriller Compulsion (1959), for which he »

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AfterElton Briefs: Kylie's "Finer Feelings," Mickey Rourke's Dedication, and "Disaster!: The Musical"

26 January 2012 2:50 PM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Anne Hathaway attends An Evening Benefiting Homeless Youth Services Of The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center

Happy Birthday to Ellen DeGeneres, who turns 54, and Anita Baker, who also turns 54. Time to name your top five Anita songs! Here are mine: 5. "No One In The World," 4. "Body & Soul," 3. "I Apologize," 2. "Giving You The Best That I Got," 1. "Sweet Love"Big Congrats to Barney Frank and his soon-to-be hubby Jim Ready.Comedy Central has ordered the sitcom pilot Almost Vacant, about a low-end budget hotel in upper New York. I'll only watch if Marla Gibbs is the executive housekeeper (my undying love to whoever gets that lost 80's reference).In ratings news, the premiere of Keifer Sutherland's Touch was Fox's highest rated new drama series in three years, while Are You There, Ratings? slipped 20% to mark a series low.UK Lawmakers Call For Government Reaction To Jay Leno Joke.And now »

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Gene Hackman Hit by Car: Reports Vary Between Serious Condition, Fine & Going Home

13 January 2012 3:58 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Gene Hackman, Oscar winner for The French Connection (photo) and Unforgiven, was hit by a car while bicycling in Florida earlier today. According to TMZ (and TheWrap, quoting a highway patrol officer), Hackman suffered "serious injuries to his head and body," and was later airlifted to a local hospital. According to Hackman's rep, the 81-year-old actor (82 next January 30), "is fine, he is on his way home" (via Access Hollywood). Hackman was not wearing a helmet. The driver, a 60-year-old woman, wasn't hurt in the accident. The cause of the collision hasn't been determined. In addition to his Best Actor win for Franklin J. Schaffner's thriller The French Connection (1971) and his Best Supporting Actor win for Clint Eastwood's Western Unforgiven (1992) — both films also won Best Picture Oscars — Hackman has been nominated for three other Academy Awards: in the supporting category for Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and Gilbert Cates »

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