Hollywood CA: Spectator International. Near Fine. 1964. (Vol. 2, No. 2). Magazine. [no significant wear, very light soiling to covers]. (B&W photographs) The feature stories in this issue are: Charlton Heston's BEN-HUR diaries; "What is a Film?" by director Samuel Fuller; and an article about old-time character actors. Includes pictorial features on John Ford's CHEYENNE AUTUMN, Martin Ritt's THE OUTRAGE, and Jack Cardiff's THE LONG SHIPS, and a "picture essay" on actress Sue Lyon, with photography by William Claxton (who also did the cover shot). There are several pages of various news bits relating to international cinema (with pages devoted exclusively to France, Italy and Japan), and brief reviews of about a dozen films, among them THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE, Ingmar Bergman's THE SILENCE, BECKET, FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE and THE CARPETBAGGERS. . (Inventory #: 22551)
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