LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #47
By the end of 1963, the golden-era of Hammer Films was coming to an end. 1964 would mark the end of long time distribution contracts with Universal and Columbia Pictures. THE GORGON would represent the last film to feature Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and to be directed by Terence Fisher. At its conclusion, the backlot at Bray Studios would be plowed under, taking out sets going back to 1957. It was an end to an era" and Hammer went out on top with the stylish atmospheric THE GORGON.
- Reflections of Fear: The Making of THE GORGON - by Joshua Kennedy
- Cut Me A Robe From Toe to Lobe... Give Me A Skin For Dancing In: The Making of THE WITCHES - by Bruce G. Hallenbeck
- Joan Fontaine: Dreams of Manderley. From Hitchcock to Hammer" by Rod Labbe
- Ingrid Brett by Michael Reed
- Dracula and the Modern Age: Don Houghton and His Screenwriting of the Modern Day Hammer Dracula Films by David Gee
- Hello Dolly! The star of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls on The Kiss of the Vampire, Russ Meyer, Playboy and Hollywood interview by Bruce G. Hallenbeck
- Christopher Wicking Hammer Diaries Part 4 - 1976 edited By Mitchel Wicking
- Fools Rush In...
- Letters to LSoH
- Ralph's One-and-Only Travelling Reviews Company
- Hammer News
- 100 Pages of The Best Classic British Horror Film Coverage Since 1972!
Front Cover by Jeff Preston
Back Cover by Colin Fenwick
Inside Front Cover by Dan Gallagher Jr.
Inside Back Cover by Alistair Hughes
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