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More Theatre: Stage to Screen to Television, 1993-2001

More Theatre: Stage to Screen to Television, 1993-2001 (Hardback)

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A continuation of More Theatre: Stage to Screen to Television, this new volume brings the previous volumes into the new millennium, covering the years 1993-2001. All volumes cover productions that have been performed in all of three media: stage, screen, and television. Whether the production began on the stage, screen, or television is not part of the criteria; it is only necessary that it eventually was performed in all three media. Where new information was added to old entries, the entries have been repeated. Plenty of new entries have been added, as many new shows have qualified for inclusion since the last volume. Each entry includes a brief historical overview of the evolution of the stories behind the various productions, followed by a list of the production titles, along with production dates and credits. The stage, screen and television fan and researcher alike will not be able to dispense with this fun and useful tool.

Film, TV & DramaFilms, cinemaFilm, TV & DramaTelevisionFilm, TV & DramaTheatre Publisher: Scarecrow Press Publication Date: 17/12/2002 ISBN-13: 9780810845367  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Alvin H. Marill has spent his career in broadcasting, direct marketing, and publishing. Among his many books are The Complete Films of Edward G. Robinson, Robert Mitchum on the Screen, and Keeping Score (Scarecrow). Since 1980, he has been a contributing editor to Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide, and he is also a charter member of the Television Movie Hall of Fame. His latest book is Movies Made for Television, 1964-2004 (Scarecrow, 2005).

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