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ACTION FILMS


- First issue: 1982
- Incorporated Martial Arts Movies from its start.

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United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
25 July 2013

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
CONTENTS: 1982 1983 1990 1992 GALLERIES: 1982 1983 1990 1992 All DATABASE INFO
7 listed issue(s)

November 1992



Fall 1990



March 1983



Issue 4
Vol 2 # 2
February 1983

COVER STORY: Nick Nolte's 48 Hours: High tension stunts in Nick Nolte's crime thriller. Article and photos...
FEATURES:
**Director Don Siegel: The Master of the Macho Movie. Called the "Uncrowned King of the Bs" for films ranging from Invasion of the Body Snatchers to Dirty Harry, Siegel rejects both critical acclaim and charges of fascism.
**Peter Sellers' stunt double, Joe Dunne, speaks
**Behind the scenes with Gold Monkey and Hill Street Blues


Issue 3
Vol 2 # 1
January 1983

Feature articles:
Tom Selleck - Can Magnum make the perilous passage from TV to the Large screen?
The Making of Magnum, P.I. - Action Interview - Don Bellisario
Decoding INCHON - What is Rv. Moon's Real Message?
Breakthrough in 3-D: Friday the 13th...and Beyond
TV's Stunt Secrets - Behind the Scenes with the Real Knighriders and Fall Guys
The Profitable World of Exploitation Films: Come And See Them Die
and much more!
Reviews:
First Blood - Sylvester Stallone wges guerrilla warfare on Middle America
Fistful of Chopsticks - Poor timing afflicts both joks and kicks


Issue 2
December 1982



Issue 1
November 1982

Major essays on Clint Eastwood; "The Sinister Samurai of Tales of the Golden Monkey," colorfully illustrated "Roger Corman's Tough Women," much else, plus reviews of many summer films from 1982 including The Road Warrior, Star Trek II, John Carpenter's The Thing, Blade Runner, Sonny Chiba's The Streetfighter, the brilliant Napoleonic action film The Duellists, the Toshiro Mifune film The Challenge, and much else.

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