Compelling documentary from Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe charting the derailment of Terry Gilliam 's film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote in which Johnny Depp was to star as a time traveller mistaken for Sancho Panza. Review page 103.
01' Blue Eyes in concert at the Royal Albert Hall , London in 1970. Songs include You Make Me Feel So Young, Pennies from Heaven, I've Got You
Under My Skin and My Way. The Man with the Golden Arm follows. The truth behind Sinatra's Mafia connection: page 16
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