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The Simpsons

Author: John Ortved
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780865479395
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A behind-the-scenes history of the popular animated series traces its rise from an animated short on "The Tracy Ullman Show" to a mainstream institution, while exposing alleged clashes between its studio executives and creative producers.

Simpsons Confidential

Author: John Ortved
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407028812
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The Simpsons is the world's most popular entertainment phenomenon, regularly voted on both sides of the Atlantic as the best TV show ever made. Simpsons Confidential is the uncensored, unauthorised oral history of the show from the people who made it happen. It takes you into the inner sanctum of the series to reveal the mechanics and politics of how The Simpsons became of global significance - from Matt Groening drawing his first Homer on the ride over to pitch the show, to Conan O'Brien and the other Harvard comedy geniuses taking us into the daily life of the writing room. Animators, writers, actors, directors, producers, executives and celebrity guest stars - everyone from Rupert Murdoch down - all offer their opinions, insights and stories. Positively fizzing with indiscretions and intrigue, here at last is the book that legions of Simpsons fans have been waiting for.

The Simpsons See Isbn 978 1 4299 3151 9

Author: John Ortved
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429990042
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The Simpsons is one of the most successful shows to ever run on television. From its first moment on air, the series's rich characters, subversive themes, and layered humor resounded deeply with audiences both young and old who wanted more from their entertainment than what was being meted out at the time by the likes of Full House, Growing Pains, and Family Matters. Spawned as an animated short on The Tracy Ullman Show—mere filler on the way to commercial breaks—the series grew from a controversial cult favorite to a mainstream powerhouse, and after nineteen years the residents of Springfield no longer simply hold up a mirror to our way of life: they have ingrained themselves into it. John Ortved's oral history will be the first-ever look behind the scenes at the creation and day-to-day running of The Simpsons, as told by many of the people who made it: among them writers, animators, producers, and network executives. It’s an intriguing yet hilarious tale, full of betrayal, ambition, and love. Like the family it depicts, the show's creative forces have been riven by dysfunction from the get-go—outsize egos clashing with studio executives and one another over credit for and control of a pop-culture institution. Contrary to popular belief, The Simpsons did not spring out of one man's brain, fully formed, like a hilarious Athena. Its inception was a process, with many parents, and this book tells the story.

Homers Letzter Satz

Author: Simon Singh
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
ISBN: 3446437738
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Die Simpsons sind nicht nur „eines der intelligentesten Kunstwerke unserer Zeit“ (Daniel Kehlmann), sie stecken auch voller Mathematik! Spielerisch leicht und unterhaltsam lüftet Simon Singh die mathematischen Geheimnisse der erfolgreichsten TV-Serie der Welt. Ob Homer ein donutförmiges Universum entwirft, den berühmten Fermat‘schen Satz zu widerlegen scheint, oder Lisa als Baseballtrainerin den Geheimnissen der Statistik auf die Spur kommt: Der Bestsellerautor aus Großbritannien nimmt die Episoden der Simpsons zum Ausgangspunkt für eine Tour d’Horizon durch die Welt der Algebra und Geometrie. Ein Muss für Millionen Simpsons-Fans - und ein Buch, das die Mathematik ins Zentrum der Populärkultur rückt. „Simon Singh deckt auf, wie Simpsons-Fans jahrzehntelang klammheimlich Mathe-Unterricht erhielten. Ein brillantes Buch.“ David X. Cohen, Autor von Futurama und Die Simpsons "Sie glauben, dass sich Mathematik und Humor widersprechen? Simon Singh beweist das Gegenteil!" Christoph Drösser, Journalist der Zeit

Die Simpsons

Author: Matt Groening
Publisher: Panini Verlags GmbH
ISBN: 9783897483231
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Film Im Transferprozess

Author: Thomas Bräutigam
Publisher: Schüren Verlag
ISBN: 3741000302
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Original- oder Synchronfassung? Das Publikum hierzulande konsumiert Filme lieber auf Deutsch. Den massenhaft rezipierten Synchronfassungen steht freilich ein ebenso großes Forschungsdefizit gegenüber. Obwohl Film-, Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft längst international und transkulturell ausgerichtet sind, gerät jene Instanz, die zwischen Ausgangs- und Zielkulturen vermittelt, reguliert und adaptiert nur selten in ihr Visier. Synchronisationen beeinflussen durch ihr hohes Variations- und Manipulationspotential den interkulturellen Transfer von Filmen jedoch entscheidend. Medienkompetenz setzt daher auch Synchronkompetenz voraus. Gegen die voreilige Disqualifizierung als "Verfälschung" oder "Verhunzung" ist eine faktenbasierte nüchtern-sachliche Analyse ins Feld zu führen. Erkenntnisfördernd ist eine transdisziplinäre Herangehensweise, da sich die Probleme audiovisueller Übersetzung nur schwer in traditionelle wissenschaftliche Disziplinen integrieren lassen und nur die Kombination von Wissenschaft und Praxis für eine sachgerechte Beurteilung zielführend ist. Neben einer allgemeinen Einführung in die Problemfelder des Sprach- und Stimmenaustauschs informieren die Beiträge dieses Sammelbands u.a. über die einzelnen Arbeitsschritte des Synchronisationsvorgangs und über linguistische Aspekte der Dialogübersetzung. Sie widmen sich der Synchronisation einzelner Filme und Serien und gehen Fragen zur Rolle der Synchronisation bei der Alteritätserfahrung ebenso nach wie zu ihrer Funktion bei der Konstituierung nationaler Images.

The Simpsons

Author: Moritz Fink
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1538116170
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From its crudely drawn vignettes on The Tracey Ullman Show to its nearly 700 episodes, The Simpsons has evolved from an alternative programming experiment to a worldwide cultural phenomenon. At 30 seasons and counting, The Simpsons boasts the distinction as the longest-running fictional primetime series in the history of American television. Broadcast around the globe, the show’s viewers relate to a plethora of iconic characters—from Homer, Marge, Lisa, Maggie, and Bart to Kwik-E-Mart proprietor Apu, bar owner Moe, school principal Seymour Skinner, and conniving businessman Montgomery Burns, among many others. In The Simpsons: A Cultural History, Moritz Fink explores the show’s roots, profiles its most popular characters, and examines the impact the series has had—not only its shaping of American culture but its pivotal role in the renaissance of television animation. Fink traces the show’s comic forerunners—dating back to early twentieth century comic strips as well as subversive publications like Mad magazine—and examines how the show, in turn, generated a new wave of animation that changed the television landscape. Drawing on memorable scenes and providing useful background details, this book combines cultural analysis with intriguing trivia. In addition to an appreciation of the show’s landmark episodes, The Simpsons: A Cultural History offers an entertaining discussion of the series that will appeal to both casual fans and devoted aficionados of this groundbreaking program.

The Simpsons Satire And American Culture

Author: M. Henry
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137027797
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How is The Simpsons a satirical artwork engaged with important social, political, and cultural issues? In time for the twenty-fifth anniversary, Henry offers the first comprehensive understanding of the show as a satire and explores the ways in which The Simpsons participates in the so-called "culture war" debates taking place in American society.