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MOTION (60s)
Review Of The Film

- First and last issue: 1962-1963
- Short-lived British film magazine of the early 60s, which ran for six issues.
- Raymond Durgnat and Ian Johnson were its chief contributors and co-editors.

Magazine
from
Loughton
United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
5 March 2016

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Pierre Greenfield
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1962 1963 GALLERIES: 1962 1963 All DATABASE INFO
6 listed issue(s)
Full listing

Issue 6
Autumn 1963



Issue 5
March 1963



Issue 4
February 1963

Editorial (by Raymond Durgnat and Ian Johnson); The Elan Vital of the Japanese Cinema (article by Alain Joubert); Special section on "Violence And Sadism In The Cinema", including notes on: Death By Crustacea; Du Rififi Chez Dassin; Famous Monsters; Famous Movie Scars; Formication; Incineration; Leather; Antonella Lualdi; Military Heroism; My, Eyes, Not My Eyes; Religious Weapons; Snakes Up The Plumbing; Barbara Steele; Supermen; Temper, Temper, Burning Bright; Torture By Deaf-Aid (by Raymond Durgnat, Barrie Pattison and Ian Johnson); Article on William Wyler (by Raymond Durgnat).Reviews including: LA MASCHERA DEL DEMONIO (aka BLACK SUNDAY); DR. NO; FANTOMAS; GOG.


Issue 3
1962

Articles include "Me Deadly Kiss" (by Raymond Durgnat).


Issue 2
1962



Issue 1
Spring 1962


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