login bonus sporting bet welcome offer_Welfare offer bethard no deposit bonus code_best sport odds https://www.google.com//fbe/ Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s en Serendipity 1.5.2 - http://www.s9y.org/ Thu, 13 Dec 2018 02:46:53 GMT /fbe/templates/default/img/s9y_banner_small.png RSS: Cinema Retro - Vintage Movie Photos - Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s https://www.google.com//fbe/ 100 21 THOSE WONDERFUL OLD MOVIE PHOTOS: JOHN WAYNE FILMING "BRANNIGAN" IN PICCADILLY, 1974 https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/10303-THOSE-WONDERFUL-OLD-MOVIE-PHOTOS-JOHN-WAYNE-FILMING-BRANNIGAN-IN-PICCADILLY,-1974.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/10303-THOSE-WONDERFUL-OLD-MOVIE-PHOTOS-JOHN-WAYNE-FILMING-BRANNIGAN-IN-PICCADILLY,-1974.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=10303 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=10303 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> <!-- s9ymdb:9939 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/BRANNIGANPICADILLY.jpg" width="450" height="297" /></p> <p>&quot;The Duke is London. God Save the Queen!&quot; So read the tag line on the film posters for John Wayne's detective thriller &quot;Brannigan&quot;. Released in 1975, the fish-out-of-water tale finds the Duke traveling across &quot;the pond&quot; to extradite a prisoner back to Chicago. Needless to say, there are complications. This photo shows Wayne on location for a key scene in Piccadilly Circus in 1974. Note the marquees for the stage production of &quot;Oh, Calcutta!&quot; and the Robert Redford/Mia Farrow screen version of &quot;The Great Gatsby&quot;. Peeking out from behind the traffic light is a poster for &quot;The Sting&quot;. <br /></p> Wed, 19 Dec 2018 13:26:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/10303-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THOSE GLORIOUS OLD MOVIE MARQUEES: "THE PLEASURE GIRLS" TAKE LONDON (1965) https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/7032-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-MARQUEES-THE-PLEASURE-GIRLS-TAKE-LONDON-1965.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/7032-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-MARQUEES-THE-PLEASURE-GIRLS-TAKE-LONDON-1965.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=7032 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=7032 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> <!-- s9ymdb:5950 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/The_Pleasure_Girls_19654502.jpg" width="450" height="566" /></p> <p> </p> <p><!-- s9ymdb:5951 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/The_Pleasure_Girls_450.jpg" width="450" height="349" /> </p> <p>Cinema Retro reader and contributor Kev Wilkinson was kind enough to provide these rare photos of the British sexploitation film <em>The Pleasure Girls </em>playing at London theaters in 1965. For Adrian Smith's extensive articles on the British sex film industry in the 60s and 70s, see Cinema Retro issues #23 and #24.</p> Sat, 13 Oct 2018 13:22:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/7032-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ OUT OF THE PAST: JILL IRELAND AND CHARLES BRONSON ON THE SET OF "BREAKOUT", 1975 https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/10149-OUT-OF-THE-PAST-JILL-IRELAND-AND-CHARLES-BRONSON-ON-THE-SET-OF-BREAKOUT,-1975.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/10149-OUT-OF-THE-PAST-JILL-IRELAND-AND-CHARLES-BRONSON-ON-THE-SET-OF-BREAKOUT,-1975.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=10149 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=10149 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> <!-- s9ymdb:9759 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/breakoutbts.jpg" width="450" height="360" /></p> <p>Real-life husband and wife Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland made numerous films together. Among them: &quot;Breakout&quot;, a 1975 film that was shot quickly in order to capitalize on Bronson's soaring popularity with &quot;Death Wish&quot;. The crime thriller was lambasted by critics but performed very well indeed at the boxoffice. <a href="http://cinemaretro.com/index.php/archives/9730-REVIEW-BREAKOUT-1975-STARRING-CHARLES-BRONSON-AND-ROBERT-DUVALL,-BLU-RAY-RELEASE-FROM-EXPLOSIVE-MEDIA.html">Click here</a> for review.&#160; <br /></p> Tue, 14 Aug 2018 13:00:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/10149-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THOSE GLORIOUS OLD MOVIE PHOTOS: DUSTIN HOFFMAN VISITS THE SET OF "CABARET" https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/10152-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-PHOTOS-DUSTIN-HOFFMAN-VISITS-THE-SET-OF-CABARET.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/10152-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-PHOTOS-DUSTIN-HOFFMAN-VISITS-THE-SET-OF-CABARET.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=10152 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=10152 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> <!-- s9ymdb:9766 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/cabarethoffman.jpg" width="450" height="254" /></p> <body> <p>Flashback: 1972. Dustin Hoffman drops by the set to visit director Bob Fosse and star Liza Minnelli, who were filming &quot;Cabaret&quot;. Hoffman would star in Fosse's next film, &quot;Lenny&quot;, the biopic of Lenny Bruce. <br /></p> </body> Fri, 03 Aug 2018 13:00:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/10152-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ VINTAGE MOVIE PHOTOS: STEVE MCQUEEN GOES "007" WITH HIS FERRARI https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/7091-VINTAGE-MOVIE-PHOTOS-STEVE-MCQUEEN-GOES-007-WITH-HIS-FERRARI.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/7091-VINTAGE-MOVIE-PHOTOS-STEVE-MCQUEEN-GOES-007-WITH-HIS-FERRARI.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=7091 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=7091 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p><!-- s9ymdb:6009 --><img width="500" height="334" class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/mcqueen007.jpg" /> </p> <p>Cinema Retro contributor David Dorward found this interesting photo of young Steve McQueen and his wife posing with his Ferrari Lusso. The license plate number reads 007! We think this may be just a coincidence that one of real-life coolest guys on the planet had a license plate pertaining to the one of the coolest fictional characters, as the Bond phenomenon hadn't totally kicked in yet...unless McQueen was so smitten by the Ian Fleming novels and the release of <em>Dr. No</em> on screen that he was inspired to request &quot;007&quot;. Either way, it makes for a fascinating photo. <br /></p> Mon, 23 Jul 2018 13:00:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/7091-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THOSE GLORIOUS OLD MOVIE ADS https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/5172-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-ADS.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/5172-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-ADS.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=5172 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=5172 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/BRITMOVIEADS.jpg" width="450" height="620" /></p> <p>The above ad ran in ABC Film Review, a British movie publication, in 1962. All of these films were showing simultaneously around the UK. </p> Sun, 15 Jul 2018 13:58:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/5172-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ OUT OF THE PAST: BATMAN COLA! https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/8095-OUT-OF-THE-PAST-BATMAN-COLA!.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/8095-OUT-OF-THE-PAST-BATMAN-COLA!.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=8095 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=8095 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> </p> <p><!-- s9ymdb:7113 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/BATMANCOLA2.jpg" width="377" height="400" /> </p> <p> <!-- s9ymdb:7114 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/BATMANCOLA.jpg" width="391" height="367" /></p> <p>Steve Thompson's addictive blog 1966 My Favorite Year has a wealth of pop culture photos and videos pertaining to what was hot during that glorious one year period. There is an abundance of Batman-related posts including Batman &quot;Sparking&quot; Cola by Cott, which we confess we don't recall back in the day but was apparently marketed as the champagne of sodas. You'd need quite a few dollars in your utility belt to afford a can or bottle of this today.&#160;<a href="http://1966myfavoriteyear.blogspot.com/">Click here</a> to visit the blog...it's not only groovy, it's downright fab! &#160;</p> Fri, 29 Jun 2018 09:12:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/8095-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THOSE GLORIOUS OLD VINTAGE MOVIE MARQUEES: "THE DIRTY DOZEN"; "THE WAR LOVER" AND "REQUIEM FOR HEAVYWEIGHT" https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/21-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-VINTAGE-MOVIE-MARQUEES-THE-DIRTY-DOZEN;-THE-WAR-LOVER-AND-REQUIEM-FOR-HEAVYWEIGHT.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/21-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-VINTAGE-MOVIE-MARQUEES-THE-DIRTY-DOZEN;-THE-WAR-LOVER-AND-REQUIEM-FOR-HEAVYWEIGHT.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=21 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=21 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p><strong>RETRO-ACTIVE: THE BEST FEATURES FROM THE CINEMA RETRO ARCHIVE</strong></p> <p>This feature puts the spotlight on those glorious old movie marquees. This one depicts the Loew's Capitol theater on the evening of the New York premiere of <em>The Dirty Dozen </em>in June 1967 at the Loews Capitol. Continue reading to see vintage marquees for Steve McQueen's <em>The War Lover </em>and <em>Requiem for a Heavyweight </em>starring Anthony Quinn and Jackie Gleason.<span style="text-decoration: underline;"></span> </p> <p> </p> <p><img src="/fbe/uploads/dirtydozenmarquee.jpg" style="border: 0px none; padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px;" width="450" height="221" /></p> <br /><a href="/fbe/index.php?/archives/21-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-VINTAGE-MOVIE-MARQUEES-THE-DIRTY-DOZEN;-THE-WAR-LOVER-AND-REQUIEM-FOR-HEAVYWEIGHT.html#extended">Continue reading "THOSE GLORIOUS OLD VINTAGE MOVIE MARQUEES: &quot;THE DIRTY DOZEN&quot;; &quot;THE WAR LOVER&quot; AND &quot;REQUIEM FOR HEAVYWEIGHT&quot;"</a> Tue, 05 Jun 2018 14:13:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/21-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THOSE GLORIOUS OLD MOVIE PHOTOS: JOHN STURGES AND STEVE MCQUEEN ON THE SET OF "LE MANS" (1971) https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/7766-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-PHOTOS-JOHN-STURGES-AND-STEVE-MCQUEEN-ON-THE-SET-OF-LE-MANS-1971.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/7766-THOSE-GLORIOUS-OLD-MOVIE-PHOTOS-JOHN-STURGES-AND-STEVE-MCQUEEN-ON-THE-SET-OF-LE-MANS-1971.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=7766 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=7766 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> </p> <p><!-- s9ymdb:6679 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/mcqueenlemans.jpg" width="700" height="476" /> </p> <p><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif"><span style="font-size: 9.5pt; color: #37404e; line-height: 18px; background-color: #ffffff;">The feud between John Sturges and McQueen was tragic...he had made McQueen a star in The Magnificent Seven and The Great Escape. However, McQueen's long-delayed plans to bring a racing movie to the screen culminated in the ill-conceived Le Mans</span><span class="text_exposed_show" style="font-size: 9.5pt; display: inline; color: #37404e; line-height: 18px; background-color: #ffffff;">. The two old friends feuded over the film's concept. After Sturges quit the project, &quot;B&quot; movie director Lee H. Katzen took over. The film was one of the few outright bombs of McQueen's career, consisting mostly of footage of speeding cars and virtually no plot. (Thanks to Cinema Retro contributing writer Steve Saragossi for sharing this rare photo).&#160;</span></font></p> Wed, 11 Apr 2018 13:37:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/7766-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THOSE WONDERFUL OLD MOVIE MARQUEES: TONY CURTIS AS "THE GREAT IMPOSTER" https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/5170-THOSE-WONDERFUL-OLD-MOVIE-MARQUEES-TONY-CURTIS-AS-THE-GREAT-IMPOSTER.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/5170-THOSE-WONDERFUL-OLD-MOVIE-MARQUEES-TONY-CURTIS-AS-THE-GREAT-IMPOSTER.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=5170 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=5170 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p><img class="serendipity_image_center" src="/fbe/uploads/GREATIMPOSTERMARQUEE1961.jpg" width="450" height="246" /></p> <p>Here's a blurb from a 1961 issue of Boxoffice magazine showcasing impressive signage at a New York state theater showing Tony Curtis as <em>The Great Imposter. </em></p> Mon, 29 Jan 2018 15:06:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/5170-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ OUT OF THE PAST: PAUL NEWMAN RECEIVES 1964 WORLD FILM FAVORITE AWARD https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/5098-OUT-OF-THE-PAST-PAUL-NEWMAN-RECEIVES-1964-WORLD-FILM-FAVORITE-AWARD.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/5098-OUT-OF-THE-PAST-PAUL-NEWMAN-RECEIVES-1964-WORLD-FILM-FAVORITE-AWARD.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=5098 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=5098 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> </p> <p><!-- s9ymdb:4432 --><img width="400" height="748" src="/fbe/uploads/newman1964.jpg" class="serendipity_image_center" /> </p> <p>Vintage trade photo of Paul Newman receiving the World Film Favorite award from the Hollywood Foreign Press, which is today known as the association that gives out the Golden Globe awards. Newman accepted the honor in March, 1964. In other movie news that week, it was reported that <em>Becket </em>was doing standing room only business in its engagement at the Loews State Theatre in New York and Patricia Neal and Paula Prentiss were signed as female leads for Otto Preminger's <em>In Harm's Way. </em>(If you enjoy vintage movie news such as this, don't miss our That Was the Week That Was column in every issue of Cinema Retro).&#160; </p> Thu, 25 Jan 2018 14:44:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/5098-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ VINTAGE MOVIE PHOTOS: ON LOCATION IN NEW ORLEANS FOR "THE CINCINNATI KID" (1965) https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/9935-VINTAGE-MOVIE-PHOTOS-ON-LOCATION-IN-NEW-ORLEANS-FOR-THE-CINCINNATI-KID-1965.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/9935-VINTAGE-MOVIE-PHOTOS-ON-LOCATION-IN-NEW-ORLEANS-FOR-THE-CINCINNATI-KID-1965.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=9935 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=9935 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p><!-- s9ymdb:9479 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" width="450" height="565" src="/fbe/uploads/CINCINNATIKIDTHE_450.jpg" /> </p> <p>Steve McQueen with co-star Tuesday Weld on location in New Orleans in this rare behind the scenes photo for &quot;The Cincinnati Kid&quot;. The film was directed by Norman Jewison, who stepped in after Sam Peckinpah had been fired after incurring artistic differences with producer Martin Ransohoff.</p> Thu, 18 Jan 2018 02:31:42 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/9935-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ VINTAGE MOVIE PHOTOS: ON LOCATION FOR "A PATCH OF BLUE" (1965) https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/9924-VINTAGE-MOVIE-PHOTOS-ON-LOCATION-FOR-A-PATCH-OF-BLUE-1965.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/9924-VINTAGE-MOVIE-PHOTOS-ON-LOCATION-FOR-A-PATCH-OF-BLUE-1965.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=9924 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=9924 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> </p> <p><!-- s9ymdb:9461 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" width="450" height="451" src="/fbe/uploads/patch450.jpg" /> </p> <p>Director Guy Green with stars Elizabeth Hartman and Sidney Poitier on location in Los Angeles for &quot;A Patch of Blue&quot; in 1965. Note that the theater seen in the background is showing a double feature of British oldies-but-goodies: Peter Sellers in &quot;Trial and Error&quot; and Terry-Thomas in &quot;Kill or Cure&quot;.&#160;&#160;</p> Sat, 13 Jan 2018 02:57:58 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/9924-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ PHOTOS FROM THE CINEMA RETRO ARCHIVE: ROBERT SHAW AND COLIN SHAW ON THE SET OF "THE DEEP" https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/9799-PHOTOS-FROM-THE-CINEMA-RETRO-ARCHIVE-ROBERT-SHAW-AND-COLIN-SHAW-ON-THE-SET-OF-THE-DEEP.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/9799-PHOTOS-FROM-THE-CINEMA-RETRO-ARCHIVE-ROBERT-SHAW-AND-COLIN-SHAW-ON-THE-SET-OF-THE-DEEP.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=9799 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=9799 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> </p> <p> <!-- s9ymdb:9271 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" width="450" height="595" src="/fbe/uploads/DEEPCROP.jpg" /></p> <p>Here's a gem from the Cinema Retro archives. Robert Shaw on the set of the 1977 thriller &quot;The Deep&quot; with his 14 year-old son Colin. Did you know that Colin played his father's character as a young boy in the film? Look for extensive coverage of the film in an upcoming issue of Cinema Retro. &#160;</p> Mon, 27 Nov 2017 14:15:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/9799-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ VINTAGE MOVIE MARQUEES: "STAR WARS" AT DOMINION THEATRE, LONDON, 1977 https://www.google.com//fbe/index.php?/archives/9607-VINTAGE-MOVIE-MARQUEES-STAR-WARS-AT-DOMINION-THEATRE,-LONDON,-1977.html Vintage Movie Photos /fbe/index.php?/archives/9607-VINTAGE-MOVIE-MARQUEES-STAR-WARS-AT-DOMINION-THEATRE,-LONDON,-1977.html#comments /fbe/wfwcomment.php?cid=9607 0 /fbe/rss.php?version=2.0&type=comments&cid=9607 nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro) <p> </p> <p><!-- s9ymdb:9012 --><img class="serendipity_image_center" width="450" height="293" src="/fbe/uploads/starwarslondon.jpeg" /> </p> <p> </p> <p>Thanks to reader Mark Jarman for sharing this image with us from the web site <a href="http://www.picturesheffield.com/index.php">Picture Sheffield</a>. &#160;</p> Tue, 11 Jul 2017 12:51:00 +0000 /fbe/index.php?/archives/9607-guid.html http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/