The Lost Films Fanzine #2: (Color Edition/Variant Cover A) (Paperback)

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By John Lemay (Editor), John Lemay, Connor Anderson (Contribution by)
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The Lost Films Fanzine is the premiere digest fanzine specializing in lost films, un-produced scripts, and obscure movies long forgotten...until now. In this issue's feature story explore how 1935's Capture of Tarzan was re-shot to become 1936's Tarzan Escapes. Then, delve into Dino De Laurentiis's unmade sequels to Orca. Also explored is Cannon's ill-fated attempt to launch Superman V despite the failure of Superman IV. Investigate how the third film in The Night Stalker continuity, The Night Killers, led to the Kolchak: The Night Stalker TV series (and The Norliss Tapes). Curse of the Pink Panther was meant to launch a whole new series via The Pink Panther brand but failed miserably. Similarly, Connor Anderson explores the Japanese-made Moonlight Mask: The Movie, which was meant to relaunch a Japanese superhero from the 1950s but didn't. And finally, explore Bollywood's 1978 version of One Million Year's B.C. called Aadi Yug. That and more surprises

Product Details
ISBN: 9781734781663
ISBN-10: 1734781661
Publisher: Bicep Books
Publication Date: June 10th, 2020
Pages: 66
Language: English