As you can see from the nifty Robert Vaughn cover, this issue focuses on John Guillermin's 1969 WWII epic, "The Bridge at Remagen", in a sprawling first-part retrospective by Steven Jay Rubin. The article presents many interesting tidbits on the film's development, including insight on Rod Serling's contributing draft.
And in sticking to Guillermin's work, the second half of Ray Morton's overview on "King Kong '76" (aka, "Dino Kong") is included. Its inclusion is most appreciated, considering the remake is heading toward its fortieth anniversary. (My, how time does fly!)
As a bonus for adventure fans, Issue #33 also offers an interview with Sir Roger Moore, where he shares some fond words on fellow Bond actors, Sean Connery and Daniel Craig.
Once more, CINEMA RETRO does an admirable job paying tribute to films of the '60s and '70s. Get your issue now at your local Barnes and Noble.