Films and Filming, September 1966

Includes two pages of stills from the film Chappaqua by Conrad Rooks, which features William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, and others, pp.34-35.  Three photos of William S. Burroughs are pictured.

Published in London, England by Hansom Books in September, 1966.

Bibliographic Information: 

  • Not in M&M
  • Not in Shoaf
  • Not in Schottlaender (v4)
  • Raven 19660900FAFI.0.0
Selected Contents: 
  • Richard Davis: 
    • review of Charles Walter's Walk Don't Run
    • review of Andrew V. McLaglan's The Rare Breed
    • review of Biron Paul's Lt. Robin Crusoe USN
    • review of E. Darrell Hallenbeck's One of Our Spies Is Missing
    • review of Boris Sagal's Made in Paris
    • review of Guy Green's A Patch of Blue
    • "Pesaro Festival" (essay)
  • David Rider: 
    • review of Gordon Flemyng's Dalek's Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
    • review of Michael Moore's Paradise, Hawaiian Style
  • Gordon Gow: review of Susumu Hani's She and He
  • Robin Bean: review of Mark Robson's Lost Command
  • Allen Eyles: 
    • review of John Guillermin's The Blue Max
    • review of Stanley Donen's Arabesque
    • review of Ralph Nelson's Duel at Diablo
    • "Men of Action" (essay)
  • Mike Sarne: review of Irvin Kerschner's A Fine Madness
  • Raymond Durgnat: 
    • review of Sidney Lumet's The Group
    • review of Desmond Davis' I Was Happy Here
  • Leslie Halliwell: "What's In a Name" (essay)
  • Gideon Bachmann and Pietro Germi: "Man Is No Longer Enough for Man" (interview)
  • Lionel Godfrey: "The Music Makers" (on Elmer Bernstein and Jerry Goldsmith)
  • Douglas McVay: "The Art of the Actor" (essay)
  • Irving Stone: "A Novelist Looks at His Movie" (essay)
  • Robin Bean: "The Old and the Lonely" (essay)
  • Paul Rotha: concluding essay
  • stills from:
    • Stanley Donen's Arabesque
    • Jack Donohue's Assault on a Queen
    • Henry Hathaway's Nevada Smith
    • Mike Nichols' Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    • "Addiction – from the Inside: Chappaqua" (from Conrad Rooks' Chappaqua)
    • Peter Brook's The Persecution and Assassination of Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton, Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade
    • Will Tremper's Playgirl
    • Gordon Douglas' Way... Way Out!
Publishing Information: 
  • Editor: Peter G. Baker
  • Assistant Editor: Robin Bean
  • Circulation Director: Stanley Norman
  • Advertising Director: Alfred Fishburn


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