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CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #4: May 1964, F: small "9" penciled on "F" in logo, Special Vampire Issue: Bela Lugosi as Dracula cover painting by Lee Wanagiel, TV Movie Guide, Lon Chaney Jr., Birds in horror films, Tod Browning's "Freaks," "The Haunting," "Blood of the Vampire," "Kiss of the Vampire," "Nosferatu," Vampire films, "Black Sunday," Mummy films, George Pal, new film and book reviews, and more! See cover  $45

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #8: 1966, G/VG due to pencil markings on several interior pages and 3 loose centerfolds, David McCallum with stills from The Outer Limits TV series, Fu Manchu, Batman, the last days of Bela Lugosi, Roy Ashton interview, TV Movie Guide, new film reviews, 1965 books reviewed by Lin Carter, and more! See cover  $13.50

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #9: November 1966, F, Batman/The Joker cover, Batman TV series - Batmania, Boris Karloff interview, Laird Cregar, Victor Buono, TV Movie Guide, "Judex," "Fantomas," Barbara Steele, strip by Larry Hama, new books reviewed by Lin Carter, new film reviews, and more! See cover  $40

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #10: February 1967, F, Green Hornet/Van Williams cover with blurb on the TV series inside (only 1 Bruce Lee photo), Bela Lugosi's drug addiction, Christopher Lee interview, King Kong, Lon Chaney Jr. interview, "Adventures of Rat Pfink and Boo Boo," "Curse of the Fly," TV Movie Guide, Wally Wood and Will Eisner spot illos, new film reviews, and more! See cover  $40

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #16: July 1971, F, Dark Shadows cover painting by Ken Kelly, Robert Bloch interview part 1 - loaded with stills from "Psycho," "When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth," "Dorian Gray," "The Vampire Lovers," a look at classic Horror films, "Count Yorga, Vampire," Dark Shadows, early comic book story by Berni Wrightson, new film reviews, and more! For Mature Readers. See cover  $20

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #17: October 1971, VG/F, Frank Brunner cover painting, "Scream And Scream Again," "THX 1138," Fantasy Film Music, "Cry of the Banshee," Rondo Hatton, Robert Bloch interview part 2, TV Movie Guide, Heinrich Kley artwork, comic book strip by Gus St. Anthony, Mel Laybourn comic book story, Senta Berger, new film reviews, and more! For Mature Readers. See cover  $12.50

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #18: 1972, VG due to a 3 inch cover spine split at center staple and 2.5 inch piece of tape on bottom spine, Frankenstein cover painting by Ken Kelly, "The Mephisto Waltz," HP Lovecraft film adaptations, "The House That Dripped Blood," Alexandro Jodorowsky interview focused on "El Topo," John Carradine interview, "Night of the Living Dead," Tarzan, "Tales From The Crypt," spot artwork by Ken Barr, Wally Wood, Roy Krenkel, Jim Steranko, Larry Hama, Virgil Finlay, Berni Wrightson, and Neal Adams, "Lust For A Vampire," new film reviews, and more! For Mature Readers. See cover  $10

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CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #19: 1972. F, Wraparound cover painting of Harryhausen film monsters, Ray Harryhausen interview part 1 loaded with stills from his films, "Dracula A.D. 1972," "Vampire Circus," "Twins of Evil," "Blood From the Mummy's Tomb," "Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde," "Hands of the Ripper," "A Clockwork Orange," "Z.P.G.," "The Pied Piper," Douglas Trumbull interview focused on "Silent Running," new film reviews, TV Horror film guide, and more! For Mature Readers. See cover  $16

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #20: Summer 1973, VG/F with roughly a 4 x 5 inch back issue coupon cut on the last page, Maelo Cintron wraparound cover painting of Harryhausen film monsters, Ray Harryhausen interview part 2 loaded with stills from his films, "Vault of Horror," "Theatre of Blood," new film reviews, "Soylent Green," TV Horror film guide, and more! See cover  $12.50

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #21: 1974, VF, Marcus Boas wraparound cover painting from "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" with feature article on the film inside, "Jonathan," "Frankenstein: The True Story," "Vampira" with David Niven, Don Siegel interview focused on "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," new film reviews, and more! See cover  $22.50

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #22: 1974, VF/NM, "The Exorcist"/Regan-demon cover painting, "The Exorcist" in-depth feature articles including a William Friedkin interview, "The Legend of Hellhouse," "The Mutations" including Charles Parker's make-up work, "Madhouse," Peter Cushing interview, "Zardoz," Ingrid Pitt topless, Miklos Rozsa, Virgil Finlay frontispiece, Marcus Boas back cover painting, and more! For Mature Readers. See cover  $30

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #23: 1974, VF, Marcus Boas wraparound cover painting from "The Planet of the Apes," "The Planet of the Apes" film series in review, Hannes Bok, "Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze," Roddy McDowall and the "Planet of the Apes" TV series, "Alphaville," Roger Corman interview part 1, "Not Of This Earth," and more! For Mature Readers. See cover  $22.50

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #24: 1974, NM-, Boris Karloff memorial special issue, Karloff cover and his last COF interview, Linda Blair and "The Exorcist," Tod Browning’s "Freaks” from 1932, "The Mutations," Roger Corman interview part 2, "The Evil of Frankenstein," Hammer Film’s Roy Ashton interviewed, Hercules, and more! See cover  $35

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #24: 1974, VF with 4 pages manufactured with selvage folds near the top right edge, Boris Karloff memorial special issue, Karloff cover and his last COF interview, Linda Blair and "The Exorcist," Tod Browning’s "Freaks” from 1932, "The Mutations," Roger Corman interview part 2, "The Evil of Frankenstein," Hammer Film’s Roy Ashton interviewed, Hercules, and more! See cover  $22.50

CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN #25: June 1975, F/VF, Marcus Boas wraparound cover painting from George Pal's "The Time Machine," "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," Andy Warhol's "Dracula" and "Frankenstein," Ed Parker, "Phantom of the Paradise," "Young Frankenstein," George Pal interview, "Kolchak: The Night Stalker," Barry Atwater interview, Star Trek photos, Television shows and movies of 1973-74, and more! Last Issue in the original run of the magazine! For Mature Readers. See cover  $18

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CELEB CONFIDENTIAL Volume 1, #3: 1993, VF/NM, Hollywood's Hottest Issue, Nude photos of 45 of your favorite starlets published by Spotlite Communications; Demi Moore cover, includes pictures (mostly color, some B&W) of Linda Blair, Phoebe Cates, Jennifer Connelly, Jamie Lee Curtis, Laura Dern, Bridget Fonda, Kelly Lynch, Madonna, Kelly McGillis, Demi Moore, Brigitte Nielson, Rosie Perez, Kelly Preston, Mimi Rogers, Meg Ryan, Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone, Uma Thurman, Sigourney Weaver, Sean Young, and 25 more! You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. By clicking the "See cover" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See cover  $20

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CELEBRITY SKIN Volume 1, #5: 1981, NM, Squarebound, Nude photos of your favorite starlets published by High Society; Farrah Fawcett cover, includes pictures (mostly color, some B&W) of Nancy Allen, Ursula Andress, Barbara Bach, Carroll Baker, Adrienne Barbeau, Brigitte Bardot, Priscilla Barnes, Jamie Lyn Bauer, Marisa Berenson, Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset, Susan Blakely, Barbara Carrera, Lynda Carter, Joanna Cassidy, Julie Christie, Jill Clayburgh, Catherine Deneuve, Bo Derek, Angie Dickinson, Faye Dunaway, Britt Ekland, Farrah Fawcett, Jane Fonda, Susan George, Jessica Harper, Marilu Henner, Pamela Hensley, Glenda Jackson, Grace Jones, Madleen Kane, Diane Keaton, Nastassia Kinski, Sondra Locke, Sophia Loren, Ali MacGraw, Yvette Mimieux, Princess Caroline, Vanessa Redgrave, Misty Rowe, Dominique Sanda, Susan Sarandon, Romy Schneider, Elke Sommer, Susanne Somers, Sissy Spacek, Connie Stevens, Dorit Stevens, Stella Stevens, Liz Taylor, Linda Thompson, Brenda Vaccarro, Lindsay Wagner, Mare Winningham, and Susannah York. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $95

CELEBRITY SKIN Volume 1, #7: 1984, NM, Nude photos of your favorite starlets published by High Society; Pia Zadora cover, includes pictures (mostly color, some B&W) of Joan Collins, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jane Fonda, Phoebe Cates, Faye Dunaway, Patty Duke-Astin, Mariel Hemingway, Margaux Hemingway, Jodie Foster, Lee Grant, Karen Black, Laura Antonelli, Barbara Bach, Barbara Carrera, Brigitte Bardot, Dyan Cannon, Julie Christie, Clio Goldsmith, Joey Heatherton, Nastassja Kinski, Valerie Kapriski (centerfold), Cheryl Ladd, Jessica Lange, Kim Lankford, Janet Leigh, Sophia Loren, Jayne Mansfield, Carroll Baker, Christie Brinkley, Cybil Shepherd, Lynda Carter, Candy Clark, Patti Davis, Joan Hackett, Sally Field, Deborah Harry, Goldie Hawn, Caroline Munro, Abby Dalton, Sybil Danning, Pamela Sue Martin, Tatum O'Neal, Susannah York, Lynn Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave, Susan Sarandon, Jane Seymour, Liv Ullman, Debra Winger, and Pia Zadora. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $75

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CELEBRITY SLEUTH #53 (Volume 6, #8): 1993, NM, The Anatomy Awards 4 Issue, Nude photos of your favorite starlets published by Broadcast Communications; Linda Blair cover, includes pictures (mostly color, some B&W) of Jane Alexander, Julie Andrews, Ann-Margret, Marie-Christine Barrault, Kathy Bates, Annette Bening, Ingrid Bergman, Linda Blair, Lorraine Bracco, Catherine Burns, Ellen Burstyn, Diahann Carroll, Cher, Diane Cilento, Geena Davis, Faye Dunaway, Jodie Foster, Gloria Grahame, Katherine Hepburn, Carolyn Jones, Sally Kirkland, Christine Lahti, Juliette Lewis, Shirley MacLaine, Madonna, Bette Midler, Mary Tyler Moore, Kate Nelligan, Irene Papas, Estelle Parsons, Rachel Roberts, Mercedes Ruehl, Diana Sands, Laura San Giacomo, Susan Sarandon, Diana Scarwid, Talia Shire, Sissy Spacek, Jan Sterling, Meryl Streep, Barbra Streisand, Janet Suzman, Emma Thompson, Ingrid Thulin, Debra Winger, and Susannah York. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $30

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CINEFANTASTIQUE

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 6, #4/Volume 7, #1: Spring 1978, VF+, Wraparound "Star Wars" cover artwork by Ira Gilford, 94 page double size issue extensively devoted to very detailed coverage of the making of "Star Wars," complete with many special effects production photos, interviews with most department crew heads and a few of the lead actors, David Allen discusses his stop motion animation for "Laser Blast," interviews with Steven Spielberg and Douglas Trumbull about "Close Encounters Of The Third Kind," "Damnation Alley," "3 Women," "Allegro Non Troppo," one pagers for "The Manitou," "Dominique," "Damien - The Omen Part II," Amy Irving on "The Fury," "Galactica" (before "Battlestar" was added), "Planet Of The Dinosaurs," Alfred Sole on "Communion," and more! See cover  $30

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 9, #2: Winter 1979, NM, In-depth article on the making of "Salem's Lot," Ron Miller and Gary Nelson discuss "The Black Hole," Interviews with Charles H. Schneer, Ray Harryhausen and Desmond Davis about "Clash Of The Titans," "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" interviews with cast and crew, one pagers for "Time After Time," "Arabian Adventure," "The Amityville Horror," "The Muppet Movie," "The Shape Of Things To Come," "The Mafu Cage," "Legend Of The Wolf Woman," "Americathon," "Tanya's Island," "Buck Rogers," "The Fog," and more! See cover  $15

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 9, #3/4: Spring 1980, NM, Wraparound "Black Hole" cover artwork by David B. Mattingly, 94 page double size issue extensively devoted to very detailed coverage of Disney’s "The Black Hole," complete with many special effects shots and pre-production artwork, "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" with some original TV series photos, matte painter Peter Ellenshaw interviewed, a look back at the genre films of the 1970s, one pagers for "Meteor," Stephen King’s "Salem's Lot," "The Final Countdown," "Mark Of The Beast," "The Coming," "The Aftermath," "Peeping Tom," "Brave New World," "Dressed To Kill," "The Godsend," and more! See cover  $20

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 9, #3/4: Spring 1980, VF/NM-, Wraparound "Black Hole" cover artwork by David B. Mattingly, 94 page double size issue extensively devoted to very detailed coverage of Disney’s "The Black Hole," complete with many special effects shots and pre-production artwork, "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" with some original TV series photos, matte painter Peter Ellenshaw interviewed, a look back at the genre films of the 1970s, one pagers for "Meteor," Stephen King’s "Salem's Lot," "The Final Countdown," "Mark Of The Beast," "The Coming," "The Aftermath," "Peeping Tom," "Brave New World," "Dressed To Kill," "The Godsend," and more!  $16

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 10, #3: Winter 1980, NM-, Two articles on "Clash Of The Titans" with the focus of the first on Ray Harryhausen's animation, "The Howling" (features Rob Bottin's make-up), "Flash Gordon," Tobe Hooper's "Funhouse," one pagers for "Dressed To Kill," "CE3K: The Special Edition," "The Island," "Divine Madness," "Somewhere In Time," "Fear No Evil," "The House Of Hammer," "Alligator," and more! See cover  $15

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 10, #4: Spring 1981, NM with a top right corner dog-ear through the second half of the issue, Detailed article on the films of David Cronenberg, Jeannot Szwarc on "Somewhere In Time," Graphics by R/Greenberg Associates, one pagers for "Conan The Barbarian," "The Incredible Shrinking Woman," "CHUD," "The Wolfen," "Caveman," "Superman II," "I Go Pogo," "Inseminoid," "Escape From New York," "Blade Runner," "Motel Hell," "Fade To Black," "Scanners," "The Elephant Man," Stephen King, and more! See cover  $12

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 11, #4: December 1981, VF/NM, Detailed article on the early career (1920-1958) of Ray Harryhausen with many armature photos and examples of his artwork, "Swamp Thing," "Cat People," one pagers for "The Works," "Thursday The 12th," "Fire And Ice" (Frazetta art), "Riverworld," "Possession," "Goliath Awaits," "An American Werewolf In London," "Tarzan The Ape Man," "Wolfen," "Deadly Blessing," "Heavy Metal," and more! See cover  $12

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 12, #1: February 1982, NM, Detailed coverage of "Ghost Story" (includes Albert Whitlock's visual effects and Dick Smith's make-up), Interview with Peter Straub, "Quest For Fire," John Carpenter's remake of "The Thing," "Heartbeeps" (with Stan Winston's make-up), one pagers for "Psycho II," "The Secret Of NIMH," "Something Wicked This Way Comes," "Halloween II," "Time Bandits," "Shock Treatment," "Looker," and more! See cover  $15

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CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 12, #4: May-June 1982, VF, Detailed coverage of Paul Schrader's "Cat People" (includes Albert Whitlock's visual effects and Tom Burman's make-up), retrospective on Val Lewton's 1942 "Cat People," Nicholas Meyer and "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan," "Tron" (includes Disney's computer animation), "The Thing," one pagers for "Road Warriors" (The Road Warrior!), "Slumber Party Massacre," "Megaforce," "Krull," "Swamp Thing," "Conan The Barbarian," "Battletruck," "Night In The Crypt," and more! Subscription card still intact. See cover  $10

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 12, #5/6: July-August 1982, VF/NM, 94 page double size issue, Detailed coverage of "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan," (includes all of ILM's visual effects), Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" (includes Douglas Trumbull's visual effects and the Spinner models), Ralph McQuarrie's "Revenge Of The Jedi" artwork, retrospective on Howard Hawks' "The Thing," David Cronenberg's "Videodrome," Ralph Bakshi's "Fire & Ice" (with Frank Frazetta), Jack Clayton and "Something Wicked This Way Comes," "Possession," one pagers for "Deathwatch," "The Plague Dogs," "Poltergeist," "Xtro," "Nannaz," "Brainstorm," "Firefox," "Endangered Species," "Basket Case," "The Road Warrior," "Quest For Fire," "Cat People," and more! See cover  $24

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 13, #1: September-October 1982, NM-, Detailed coverage of George Romero and Stephen King's "Creepshow" (packed with Tom Savini's make-up effects), Kurt Vonnegut's "Slapstick,"  Introvision and its use in "Megaforce" and "Outland," "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial," one pagers for "Revenge Of The Jedi," "Blade Runner," "Star Trek II," "The Twilight Zone," "National Lampoon's Class Reunion," "Poltergeist," "Tron," "Halloween III," "The Thing," "Firefox," "Megaforce," and more! See cover  $15

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 13, #5: June-July 1983, VF/NM, Detailed coverage of "Something Wicked This Way Comes" (includes MAGI's computer animation), Ray Bradbury reviews films based on his stories, "Blue Thunder" (includes Dream Quest's visual effects work), "Space Hunter" (includes Tom Burman's make-up), retrospective on Jack Clayton's "The Innocents," Disney's "The Black Cauldron," one pagers for "The Twilight Zone," "Jaws 3-D," "Never Say Never Again," "Chronopolis," "Dreamscape," "Dead Zone," "The Entity," "The Hunger," "Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life," George Romero vs. John Russo, and more! See cover  $10

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 13, #6/Volume 14, #1: August-September 1983, NM, 108 page double size issue, Detailed focus on the 3D Film Process and 3D Effects films "Spacehunter," "Jaws 3-D," and "Metalstorm," "Return Of The Jedi," "Christine," Dario Argento/"Tenebrae," Don Bluth's "Dragon's Lair," "The Evil Dead," BBC's "Sherlock Holmes" TV Series with Peter Cushing, retrospective on Herk Harvey's "Carnival Of Souls," one pagers for "Brainstorm," "The Cold Room," "Sheena," "Wavelength," "The Keep," "The Never Ending Story," "Loose Joints," "The Wizard Of Speed And Time," "Hercules," "Psycho II," "Octopussy," "The Man With Two Brains," "Superman III," "War Games," "Strange Invaders," "Virus," "Something Wicked This Way Comes," "Stalker," "Twilight Zone The Movie," "V," and more! See cover  $20

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 14, #2: December 1983-January 1984, VF/NM, Detailed coverage of David Cronenberg's "The Dead Zone" and "Videodrome" (Rick Baker's make-up effects) with Deborah Harry and James Woods interviews, Stephen King, "The Right Stuff," Douglas Trumbull on "Brainstorm," Don Bluth's "Space Ace," one pagers for "2010: Odyssey Two," "Dreamscape," "Little Shop Of Horrors," "Interface," "Cujo," "The Evil Dead," and more! See cover  $10

CINEFANTASTIQUE Volume 20, #1/2: November 1989, VF/NM, 124 page double size issue, Detailed coverage of "Batman" including pre-production artwork, articles on Sam Hamm (writer), Tim Burton (director), Anton Furst (production designer), Nick Dudman (make-up), and the history of Batman. Also, Phil Alden Robinson on directing "Field Of Dreams," Clive Barker's "Night Breed," "Communion," "Shocker," Dario Argento's "The Church," "Santa Sangre (Holy Blood)", "Child' Play," great series of "making of" articles for Tim Burton films: "Beetlejuice/Vincent/Hansel & Gretel/Aladdin's Lamp/Pee-Wee's Big Adventure," the original "Frankenweenie" short, "Nightmare On Elm Street 5," Sean Cunningham on "Friday The 13th," "Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade," and many more short reviews including "Star Trek V." Subscription card still intact. See cover  $18

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CINEFEX

CINEFEX #10: October 1982, VF, Features in-depth analysis of the special effects created by ILM for Poltergeist including opticals, miniatures, practical set effects, and Craig Reardon discusses the make-up effects. Also, the miniature and optical effects work done by Apogee for the Mach 5 plane in Firefox. Subscription card still bound in the issue. See cover  $30

CINEFEX #11: January 1983, VF/NM, Features in-depth analysis of the special effects created for E.T. The Extraterrestrial including Carlo Rambaldi's creation of E.T., the ship miniature, ILM's Dennis Muren discusses optical and miniature effects. Also, Robert Swarthe discusses his movie effects work including his contributions to Star Trek and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Subscription page still bound in the issue. See cover  $40

CINEFEX #12: April 1983, Overall VF: Insides & back cover NM, but front cover has several significant abrasions causing the lower grade, Features in-depth effects analysis of the Disney film adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s "Something Wicked This Way Comes," screenwriter Bradbury and director Jack Clayton discuss the evolution of the film, Stop-motion animation by Dave Allen and Steven Archer - includes many rare armature photos, The miniature and optical effects work done by Dream QuestSee cover  $18

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CINEMA #32 (Volume 7, #3): Winter 1972-73, VG/F, Rare, oversized magazine, approximately 9 x 12 inches; Woody Allen cover and feature article, interview and filmography, Yasujirō Ozu discusses his early silent films, Elia Kazan, Gillo Pontecorvo's "Burn!" with many Marlon Brando photos, "A Clockwork Orange," and more! Stills in the ACO article make this for mature readers, you must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $40

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CINEMA X #12 (Volume 2, #2): February 1981, VF/NM, Kelly Nichols cover and centerfold; Features photos of adult film legends Vanessa Del Rio, Desiree Cousteau, Candida Royale, Seka, Jessie St. James, Maureen Spring, Dorothy LeMay, Desiree West, John C. Holmes, Juliet Anderson; Films reviewed: "Prisoner Of Paradise," "Vista Valley PTA," "Pink Ladies," "Getting Off," "Inside Seka." 98 slick, color pages. Cinema X becomes Adult Cinema Review. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. By clicking the "See cover" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See cover  $25

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CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND: 1977, VF/NM, Published by Warren, issue devoted to "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" with cast profiles, Steven Spielberg tribute, behind the scenes, special effects, CE3K film review, B&W and color photos, fold-out color centerfold of the mothership rising over the Devil's Tower, Forrest J. Ackerman edits and writes. Also an article covering aliens in film and TV from Mr. Spock to "Invaders From Mars." See cover  $17

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COMING ATTRACTIONS #5: March-April 1983, F, Richard Gere and Valerie Kaprisky in "Breathless" on cover, 56 new movies are reviewed, including "Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life," "Britannia Hospital," "Lone Wolf" (Chuck Norris), "Brimstone & Treacle" (Sting), "Tender Mercies," "Breathless," "Flashdance," "The Evil Dead," plus trivia, book reviews and an Oscar rundown from 1927-1981. See cover  $7

COMING ATTRACTIONS #6: June 1983, F: cover address label peeled off, Maud Adams "Octopussy" cover and profile, Over 45 new movies reviewed including many genre films, "Return Of The Jedi" (Darth Vader on cover corner), "Something Wicked This Way Comes," "Octopussy," "Superman III," "Spacehunter," "Twilight Zone: The Movie," "Psycho II," "Yellowbeard," "The Keep," "War Games," "Trading Places," plus book reviews, 007 trivia and James Bond features. See cover  $7.50

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THE COMPLATE (COMPLETE) MONTY PYTHON - The first (or both) issue(s) to sell will get the original mailing envelope for these with Johnson's handwritten note on the mailer.

THE COMPLATE (COMPLETE) MONTY PYTHON Volume 2: 1979, NM/M, Rare, small print run publication by Kim "Howard" Johnson on all things Python, August 1978 interview with Terry Gilliam, on-set preview of Monty Python's Life of Brian, Second Season TV Series Index, profiles of Michael Palin and Eric Idle, Python live on stage, Python discography addendum, BBC Producer Barry Took interview, Charles Alverson interview, reviews of the first two Monty Python films, and other tidbits. Some people list these issues as books, but they are really magazine format. See cover  $35

THE COMPLATE (COMPLETE) MONTY PYTHON Volume 3: 1979, NM with a lower right corner ding, Rare, small print run publication by Kim "Howard" Johnson on all things Python, Graham Chapman, John Cleese and Carol Cleveland Interviews, Python on Record Part 3, Third and Fourth Season TV Series Index, Other Python related TV shows, Python book and magazine partial index, The Rutles, Profiles of Graham Chapman and John Cleese, Video Arts films by John Cleese, Fawlty Towers Index, On-set photos from "Life of Brian," The "Ripping Yarns" Book review, Neil Innes and the Bonzo Dog Band, and other tidbits. Some people list these issues as books, but they are really magazine format. See cover  $28

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CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW - International issues cover priced for the UK, USA and CANADA
This UK based magazine had very limited distribution in the United States and is quite scarce in the U.S. It featured many rare stills from European films and is for adults only. English translations of titles listed in parenthesis when known.

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW #292 (Volume 24, No. 4): February 1977, F/VF, Edwige Fenech from "Sex With A Smile" on cover, "Bruciati da Cocente Passione" (Burnt By A Scalding Passion), the making of "Gore Vidal's Caligula" (before Vidal had his name removed!), "A Star Is Born" (Streisand - Kristofferson version), "Maladolescenza" (Unhappy Youth), film censorship in France, new Greek cinema, new French cinema looks at childhood, "Ludwig, Requiem for a Virgin King," Visconti's "Ludwig," "Come Play With Me" by George Harrison Marks, "Le Seminariste," "Con la Rabbia Agli Occhi" (Fury In The Eyes), "Laure" with Emmanuelle Arsan, Jean Gabin films, "Vanessa" with Olivia Pascal, the films of Lina Wertmuller, "The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum," "Network," current French films, "Inserts," "Les Violons du Bal," plus film news articles. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $20

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW #293 (Volume 24, No. 5): March 1977, F/VF, Fiona Richmond from "Hardcore" on cover, "Armageddon" with Alain Delon, "The Seven Percent Solution," "Sex In Sweden," "L'Ossessa" (The Sexorcist), "Hard To Remember" with Rutger Hauer, career of Romy Schneider, Claude Chabrol on "Alice, ou la Derniere Fugue" with Sylvia Kristel, making "Behind The Iron Mask" with Sylvia Kristel and Ursula Andress, women in the cinema, "Fountain Of Lust," "Lover Boy" with Edwige Fenech, "When Sex Was A Knightly Affair," Werner Herzog's "Heart Of Glass," new book on Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, "Blue Dreams," "Vices In The Family" with Edwige Fenech, "Cat Dance Of Sex," "Two Minute Warning," plus film news articles. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover (censored)  $22

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW #296 (Volume 24, No. 8): June 1977, VF/NM, Olivia Pascal from "The Fruit Is Ripe" on cover, Polish Cinema 1977, Spanish cinema today, current French films, latest Italian cinema, "The People That Time Forgot," Lina Wertmuller and "Swept Away," Borowczyk's "La Marge" (The Streetwalker) with Sylvia Kristel, "Emmanuelle In Tokyo," "When Girls Go To Bed," "Mondo America," Gerard Damiano's "The Story Of Joanna," "What's Up Nurse?," the world of Jacques Prevert 1900-1977, a look at women's prison camp films ("Bamboo House of Dolls," "Caged Women"), plus film book reviews, soundtrack reviews and short news articles. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover (censored)  $28

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW #304 (Volume 25, No. 4): February 1978, VF, "Les Gouines" on cover, "The Class Of Miss MacMichael" with Glenda Jackson and Oliver Reed, "Servante et Maitresse" (Servant And Mistress), current French films, Lenora Fani as "Nene," Spanish cinema today, "Let's Get Laid" with Fiona Richmond, Alan Parker's "Midnight Express," Rugerro Deodato's "Cannibal" aka "Ultimo Mondo Cannibale" (better known now as "Jungle Holocaust") with Me Me Lai, "Jubilee" with Little Nell, "After Dark," "Bathtime In Bangkok," comic strip heroes in the cinema, Oliver Reed, "Another Man, Another Chance," new films from Hungary, British Independent Cinema, "The Happy Hooker Goes To Washington" with Joey Heatherton, "Further Confessions Of A Sixth Form Girl," plus film book reviews and short news articles. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover (censored)  $25

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW #305 (Volume 25, No. 5): March 1978, VF/NM with a back cover fold line - priced as VF, Joan Collins from "The Stud" on cover, "The Serpent's Egg," "The Stud," Hercule Poirot, "La Chanson de Roland" (The Song Of Roland), new French films, latest Italian films, "The Prisoner of Passion," Christopher Lee, "Swedish Nympho," "Erotic Pleasures," "Young Bedmates," "Looking For Mr. Goodbar," "Rolling Thunder," Charlie Chaplin, Bertolucci's "1900," scenes from "The New Black Emanuelle," "The Naked Peacock," plus film book reviews and short news articles. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $20

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