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For All Who Enjoy Taking Cinema Seriously
Magazine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First issue: 1956
- Published by BFFS

Last updated:
18 June 2014

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There are 3 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 2
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CONTENTS: 1978 2003 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1978 2003 All (There are undated issues)

Summer 2003

Issue 40
January 1978
Top Ten 1977 (lists and comments by George Akers, Peter Allen, Kim Armitage, Jack Babuscio, Max Benedict, Peter Benson, Sid Brooks, Geoff Brown, John Brown, Jeremy Buncombe, Maryvonne Butcher, James Cameron-Wilson, Ramesy Campbell, Peter Cargin, Artie Carver, Helen Chadwick, Peter Cowie, John Cutts, Michael Darvell, Clive Denton, Virginia Dignam, Lavinia Dove, Marcus Eavis, Derek Elley, Graham Fisher, Peter Griffiths, Peter Hames, Denis Hobson, Oliver Hush, Robert Kitley, Mari Kuttna, Richard Lawton, Peter Ludbrook, Barrie Macdonald, David McGillivray, Rod McShane, Douglas McVay, Roger Manku, David Meeker, Jane Mercer, Eric Mival, Andrew Nickolds, Barrie Pattison, Owen Peterson, Chris Petit, Simone Posner, Dilys Powell, Lucian Prechner, Tim Pulleine, Bob Quaif, Peter Rambridge, Sue Reid, Diana Saulsbury, Tony Sloman, F. Maurice Speed, Mark Spratt, Neil Stevens, Mansel Stimpson, Philip Strick, Roger Townsend, Adrian Turner, Tom Vallance, Tony Vernon, David Watterson, Keverne Weston, Geoffrey Wheatley, Ken Wlaschin, Barrie Wood, David Yarnell, Jean Young, Alexandra Zuck;Film Sociey News;London Film Festival (report);Film Reviews: L'INNOCENTE; BEFORE HINDSIGHT; THE CHESS PLAYERS; CADDIE; JULIA.

Issue 21

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