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All That's Jazz

All That's Jazz

by Stein, Sammy

All That’s Jazz is about the passion of jazz music; how jazz persists as a genre; its evolving development and how it affects those who play, record, host and manage the industry. Jazz in the 21st century is a huge but little-explored community, consisting of artists, record labels, magazines, jazz venues, jazz festivals and jazz radio stations...

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The Battle for Bond

The Battle for Bond

by Sellers, Robert

In 1963, Ian Fleming, the creator of the 20th century's greatest fictional character was in court, accused of plagiarism. The screen version of James Bond was not Fleming's creation. It was the creation of Jack Whittingham, who was employed by maverick producer Kevin McClory to adapt the character to the big screen...

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Cliff Richard and The Shadows – A Rock & Roll Memoir

Cliff Richard and The Shadows – A Rock & Roll Memoir

by Ellis, Royston

In 1959 teenage poet Royston Ellis teamed up with Cliff Richard’s group, the Drifters (later called The Shadows) and appeared with them on television and stage shows performing his unique brand of ‘rocketry’ (rock ‘n’ roll poetry)...

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A Fans' Guide to Hawaii 5-0

A Fans' Guide to Hawaii 5-0

by Hollar, Cheryl

This unofficial book for the fans takes a first-ever look behind the camera with directors and writers of the original and reboot Hawaii Five-0. Take a walk with author Cheryl Hollar from the beginning of the original Hawaii Five-0 series right through to the immensely successful re-boot. Discover how it all began back in 1968...

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Greasepaint and Gore

Greasepaint and Gore

by Sachs, Bruce

When you hear the words Hammer Films, you instantly conjure up mental images of monsters and vampires. Behind the scenes was one man working flat out to produce those wonderful creatures. That man was Roy Ashton, and it was he who created all of the make-up effects for mummies, werewolves and Gothic horrors...

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Hammer Films- A Life In Pictures

Hammer Films- A Life In Pictures

by Kinsey, Wayne

Last year, several boxes of never-seen-before photos of Hammer Films productions was archived by Hammer expert Wayne Kinsey for the British Film Institute. Kinsey and the BFI were so impressed by the collection, that it was agreed the best should be published.Through these rare and mostly previously unseen images, Hammer Films - A Life in Pictures tells the visual story of Hammer's output...

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Last of the Summer Wine - From the Director's Chair

Last of the Summer Wine - From the Director's Chair

by Bell, Alan

Roy Clarke’s Last of the Summer Wine was the longest running TV comedy series in the world, largely due to the passion, dedication and creativity of its producer/director – ALAN J W BELL. It has been broadcast in the United States on PBS for years and has become one of PBS' most successful British programs...

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So you wanna be a director?

So you wanna be a director?

by Annakin, Ken

Ken Annakin was one of the greatest international film directors. The last of the English directors to make it on the international arena (others included Hitchcock and Lean), this 'no holds barred' autobiography traces Annakin's career from his early British films through to Hollywood...

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Thorntons - My Life in the Family Business

Thorntons - My Life in the Family Business

by Thornton, Peter

This is the frank and honest story of the Thornton family and their confectionery business. It's the story of the building of one of Britain's premier brands by a family that was frequently at war: the battles of generations and sibling rivalry...

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Tod Browning's Dracula

Tod Browning's Dracula

by Rhodes, Gary D.

Few movies in film history have resonated with audiences as deeply and for as many years as Universal’s original 1931 version of Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi as the vampire count.  Filmmaker and film historian Gary D. Rhodes brings years of research to fruition, providing conclusive answers to everything you ever wanted to know this iconic film...

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Whatshisname

Whatshisname

by Butters, Wes

At last - the definitive biography of Charles Hawtrey! From Wes Butters, Sony award winning broadcaster and author of Kenneth Williams Unseen, comes an extensively researched and compelling book almost fifteen years in the making, featuring scores of exclusive interviews, including Hawtrey's inner circle and surviving descendents, never-before-seen photographs, and private documents and...

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Will Hay

Will Hay

by Rinaldi, Graham

Every British comic actor that followed Will Hay owes Hay a debt of gratitude - for it was Hay who defined the modern essence of British comedy. Working closely with Hay's family, Graham Rinaldi's definitive tribute to the respected comic actor, takes a close look into Hay's on and off-screen personae...

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Zulu - With Some Guts Behind It - The Making of the Epic Movie

Zulu - With Some Guts Behind It - The Making of the Epic Movie

by Hall, Sheldon

THE EPIC BOOK ABOUT THE EPIC MOVIE – NOW IT’S BACK! One of the best-loved and most enduringly popular British films ever made, Zulu tells the epic story of the Battle of Rorke’s Drift of 1879, in which barely 150 soldiers of the British Army in South Africa fought for twelve hours to defend an isolated mission station against an attack by 4,000 highly disciplined Zulu warriors...

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Similar Titles

  • The Battle for Bond
  • Cliff Richard and The Shadows – A Rock & Roll Memoir
  • A Fans' Guide to Hawaii 5-0
  • Greasepaint and Gore
  • Hammer Films- A Life In Pictures
  • Last of the Summer Wine - From the Director's Chair
  • So you wanna be a director?
  • Thorntons - My Life in the Family Business
  • Tod Browning's Dracula
  • Whatshisname
  • Will Hay
  • Zulu - With Some Guts Behind It - The Making of the Epic Movie
  • All That's Jazz
 

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