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Tv Guide

Author: Mark Lasswell
Publisher: Crown Pub
ISBN: 9781400046850
Size: 64.84 MB
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Celebrates a half century of television history, from "The Howdy Doody Show" and "I Love Lucy" to "The Simpsons" and "The Sopranos," and the personalities, shows, and landmark events that changed entertainment history.

Tv Guide

Author: Stephen F. Hofer
Publisher: Bangzoom Publishers
ISBN: 9780977292714
Size: 54.26 MB
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A guide to collecting the television magazine which includes fifty years of national and regional covers, a history of television programming, a publication history of the guide, and a table of the current market value for each issue.

Film And Television Music

Author: Warren M. Sherk
ISBN: 9780810876866
Size: 30.11 MB
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This book compiles over 100 years of writings devoted to the subject of film and television music and its practitioners. It includes bibliographic citations and supplementary information on books, academic dissertations, composer and songwriter biographies, music for the accompaniment of silent films, and a wide range of film, music, and general interest periodicals. Providing context, background, accuracy, and breadth of coverage, the entries in this book assist researchers with thoughtful and succinct synopses of the contents of books and articles from the silent era to the digital age.

Why We Love Sociopaths

Author: Adam Kotsko
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1780990928
Size: 42.90 MB
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Sociopaths are pervasive in contemporary television, from high-brow drama all the way down to cartoons -- and of course the news as well. From the scheming Eric Cartman of South Parkto the seductive imposter Don Draper of Mad Men, cold and ruthless characters captivate us, making us wish that we could be so effective and successful. Yet why should we admire characters who get ahead by being amoral and uncaring? In his follow-up to Awkwardness, Adam Kotsko argues that the popularity of the ruthless sociopath reflects our dissatisfaction with a failed social contract, showing that we believe that the world rewards the evil and uncaring rather than the good. By analyzing characters like the serial killer star of Dexter and the cynical Dr. House, Kotsko shows that the fantasy of the sociopath distracts us from our real problems -- but that we still might benefit from being a little more sociopathic.

The Tv Guide Book Of Lists

Author: TV Guide
Publisher: Running PressBook Pub
ISBN: 9780762430079
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A compilation of TV trivia contains 175 lists that highlight some fifty years of TV series, characters, famous episodes, and celebrities, including such lists as "Soap deaths that shocked viewers," "10 most memorable dance moments," and "50 greatest shows of all time."

Total Television

Author: Alex McNeil
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
ISBN: 9780140249163
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Provides information on all television series, including syndicated shows and cable productions, and lists prime time fall schedules for every season since 1948

An Analytical Guide To Television S One Step Beyond 1959 1961

Author: John Kenneth Muir
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786455348
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Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond made its television debut in 1959, nine months before Rod Serling’s classic The Twilight Zone, and paved the way for a generation of television programs devoted to paranormal topics such as the occult, ESP, and ghost stories. One Step Beyond was also where some of Hollywood’s most famous leading men, including Warren Beatty, William Shatner, and Charles Bronson, got their starts in television. This complete reference work to the 96 half-hour episodes that ran for three seasons on ABC also offers a detailed history, extensive commentary and summaries of the critical reception of One Step Beyond as well as coverage of the sequel series produced in 1978 entitled The Next Step Beyond. Complete credits for both series are provided.