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I have copies of the oop issue of CR - Lee Marvin cover - from Sept. 2009.
Features an in-depth interview with screenwriter Richard Tuggle who tells how he came to write the script and get the film made.
Yours truly conducted the interview.
$45 FREE shipping
http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2009/11/02/required-reading-cinema-retro-15/

KELLY'S HEROES - an entire issue devoted to this classic Eastwood film!  SOLD OUT .
$45 Free shippinG

I also have many other Eastwood related film magazines from FILM COMMENT et. al , along with tons of news clippings of Clint and "Mayor" Clint of Carmel.
Bruce Marshall
[email protected]


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Collectors' Corner / WHERE EAGLES DARE cd & magazine
« on: May 13, 2010, 01:33:33 PM »
WHERE EAGLES DARE - Film Score Monthly 2cd release
contains the COMPLETE score!
also features the score to OPERATION CROSSBOW, also composed by Ron Goodwin

WHERE EAGLES DARE - Cinema Retro special edition
80 pages devoted to every aspect of the film!

$25 for each
buy both for $40!
bruce
[email protected]

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Collectors' Corner / CINEMA RETRO #13 & Where eagles Dare special
« on: January 09, 2010, 02:11:10 PM »
CINEMA RETRO
issue #13 features interview with screenwriter Richard Tuggle about ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ
$15 includes shipping

WHERE EAGLES DARE special edition
$25 INCLUDES SHIPPING
get it before it sells out!

[email protected]

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Collectors' Corner / Cover Boy Clint: LOOK< CRAWDADDY< FILM COMMENT more
« on: January 09, 2010, 02:07:39 PM »
for sale: price tbd
my entire collection of mags w/Clint either on the cover or featured in the magazine
 [email protected]


Clint Eastwood Memorabilia:
    Look Magazine, July 1979. Clint Eastwood on cover,
story entitled: A Straight Shooter Speaks Candidly".
     Film Comment , September-October 1992. Cover story
featuring Clint Eastwood in "Unforgiven".
   Film Comment, January-February 1978. Cover story
featuring Clint Eastwood. Also stories on Steven Spielberg (Close
Encounter)
    Image Magazine of Northern California from the San
Francisco Examiner, August 10, 1986: Clint Eastwood cover story: "Local
Hero: Carmel's Acting Mayor."
    San Francisco Examiner Magazine, March 26, 1995,
Clint Eastwood Cover Story: "Local Hero - Clint Eastwood Finally Gets
Respect" by Duane Byrge.
     Crawdaddy Magazine, April 1978. Clint Eastwood
cover story: "Survivors  - Dirty Harry in the Critics Crossfire" by Robert
Ward. Also in the issue "Breakthrough! The Moment I Made It, by Stevie
Wonder." The cover of this issue is not attached to the magazine and some
pages are loose.
    The New York Times Magazine, February 24, 1985.
Clint Eastwood cover story, "Clint Eastwood, Seriously" by John Vinocur
   Premiere Magazine - "In Like Clint" by Peter Biskind Academy Awards Issue (UNFORGIVEN)


I also have the Playboy interview from the Seventies- removed and stapled!



BONUS! my clippings collection FREE to the person who buys 'em :)

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General Discussion / How does your screen name relate to CLINT?
« on: October 31, 2009, 12:29:47 PM »
American Beauty INSPIRED THIS THREAD.
iS that from MILLION DOLLAR BABY?

there are others too, i cant figure out (KC for example - BIRD?)
so please tell me how you chose your screen name.

thanks!

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So , has anyone read my interview w/Richard T.  in the new Cinema Retro (see link below)?
Or, have I just " wasted" 6 months of my life?
 :(

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Eastwood News / KELLY'S HEROES featured in upcoming CR
« on: September 15, 2009, 12:07:21 PM »
Just a heads up...
The September 2010 (that's one year from now) CINEMA RETRO has a cover story on
KELLY'S HEROES
 
not one his best films imho but still good news!

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When a movie ends nowadays I head for the exit. The end titles, with an occasional  exception (WALL-E) consist of an endless credit crawl on a black backgrpound with a lame song that has nothing to do with the film (GOTHIKA).
ALCATRAZ has one of the most creative , memorable end sequences ever. It starts on the San Francisco Bay as boats scurry about looking for the escaped convicts. Then it fades onto that great mask of Frank Norris with the mocking grin.
The soundtrack features sounds of the ocean and bay plus Jerry Fieldings mysterious music.

So, if they did have a song playing over the credits, what would be appropriate?

I like "The Porpoise Song" by The Monkees

ANY more suggestions?

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Collectors' Corner / CLINT COVER BOY collection
« on: July 12, 2009, 01:47:31 PM »
am putting together a collection og mags that feature Clint on the cover for possible sale on EBAY.

included:
LOOK (alcatraz)
FILM COMMENT (UNFORGIVEN; TIGHTROPE)
CRAWDADDY ("dIRTY HARRY IN THE CRITICS CROSSFIRE")
NYT MAGAZINE
and local mags like the Sunday supplements.

if interested or want more info
[email protected]

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Collectors' Corner / Mayor CLINT CLIPPINGS in Carmel
« on: July 11, 2009, 02:04:13 PM »
Hi all,

goin' thru my massive archive of CE stuff and i came across newspaper clippings re: Mayor Clint.
As i live in SF this topice got mucho coverage in the local press (SF CHronicle etc.)

anybody want them for their collection?
no charge
Bruce
[email protected]

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Collectors' Corner / SOMETHING TO DO WITH DEATH bio of Sergio Leone
« on: July 02, 2009, 12:53:42 PM »
I have an extra copy which is for sale.
if interested
[email protected]

thaNKS!
BRUCE

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General Discussion / Clint flicks I missed. No apologies
« on: May 13, 2009, 02:46:30 PM »
There is only one actor i can honestly say "i never miss one  of his films".
But, there are a handful I just could not bring myself to watch:

CITY HEAT - I was really looking forward to to this but everybody said it was a totAL disaster, even Clint fans.
ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN- I saw the first one. One orangutan movie was enough.
THE ROOKIE - Clint reduced to starring in a buddy-cop flick!? Too embarrassing to contemplate.
THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY - Hey! My name is Bruce, not Brenda!
TRUE CRIME - Innocent man on death row with time running out - too hackneyed (same with Clint's character)

Considerin'all the films he has made that is a pretty good percentage.
Feel free to tell me i missed out on a good film from my list.

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Eastwood News / new Cinema Retro features Clint!
« on: May 11, 2009, 10:46:28 AM »
The new issue is out with an article on BREEZY, BEGUILED, PLAY MISTY FOR ME

CANY WAIT TO CHECK MY MAIL TODAY!!!!!!! :)

# RAY HARRYHAUSEN INVITES CINEMA RETRO TO VIEW HIS PRIVATE PROP COLLECTION
# STRANGE LOVE: ANALYZING THREE OFF-BEAT CLINT EASTWOOD FILMS: THE BEGUILED, PLAY MISTY FOR ME AND BREEZY.
# THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. FEATU

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Collectors' Corner / HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER 0ne-sheet more...
« on: May 10, 2009, 12:19:42 PM »
A true work of art and the definitive painting of Clint as Western icon.

for sale

Make me an offer.

I also have lotsa magazines featuring Clint on the cover including CRAWDADDY, PREMIERE etc.


bruce
[email protected]

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