King of the Half Hour: Nat Hiken and the Golden Age of TV Comedy

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Regarded by his contemporaries as one of television's premier comedy creators, Nat Hiken was the driving creative force behind the classic 1950s and 1960s series Sgt. Bilko and the hilarius Car 54, Where Are You?

King of the Half Hour, the first biography of Hiken, draws extensively on exclusive first-hand interviews with some of the well-known TV personalities who worked with him, such as Carol Burnett, Fred Gwynne, Alan King, Al Lewis, and Herbert Ross. The book focuses on Hiken's immense talent and remarkable career, from his early days in radio as Fred Allen's head writer to his multiple Emmy-winning years as writer-producer-director on television.

In addition to re-establishing Hiken's place in broadcast history, biographer, David Everitt places him in the larger story of early New York broadcasting. Hiken's career paralleled the rise and fall of television's Golden Age. He embodied the era's best qualities -- craftsmanship, a commitment to excellence and a distinctive, uproariously funny and quirky sense of humor. At the same time, his uncompromising independence prevented him from surviving the changes in the industry that brought the Golden Age to an end in the 1960s. His experiences bring a flesh and until now unknown perspective to the medium's most extraordinary period.

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Descrizione libro Syracuse University Press, United States, 2001. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 234 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Regarded by his contemporaries as one of television s premier comedy creators, Nat Hiken was the driving creative force behind the classic 1950s and 1960s series Sgt. Bilko and the hilarious Car 54, Where Are You? King of the Half Hour, the first biography of Hiken, draws extensively on exclusive first-hand interviews with some of the well-known TV personalities who worked with him, such as Carol Burnett, Fred Gwynne, Alan King, Al Lewis, and Herbert Ross. The book focuses on Hiken s immense talent and remarkable career, from his early days in radio as Fred Allen s head writer to his multiple Emmy-winning years as writer-producer-director on television. In addition to re-establishing Hiken s place in broadcast history, biographer, David Everitt places him in the larger story of early New York broadcasting. Hiken s career paralleled the rise and fall of television s Golden Age. He embodied the era s best qualities craftsmanship, a commitment to excellence and a distinctive, uproariously funny and quirky sense of humor. At the same time, his uncompromising independence prevented him from surviving the changes in the industry that brought the Golden Age to an end in the 1960s. His experiences bring a fresh and until now unknown perspective to the medium s most extraordinary period. Codice libro della libreria AAC9780815606765

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Descrizione libro Syracuse University Press, United States, 2001. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 234 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Regarded by his contemporaries as one of television s premier comedy creators, Nat Hiken was the driving creative force behind the classic 1950s and 1960s series Sgt. Bilko and the hilarious Car 54, Where Are You? King of the Half Hour, the first biography of Hiken, draws extensively on exclusive first-hand interviews with some of the well-known TV personalities who worked with him, such as Carol Burnett, Fred Gwynne, Alan King, Al Lewis, and Herbert Ross. The book focuses on Hiken s immense talent and remarkable career, from his early days in radio as Fred Allen s head writer to his multiple Emmy-winning years as writer-producer-director on television. In addition to re-establishing Hiken s place in broadcast history, biographer, David Everitt places him in the larger story of early New York broadcasting. Hiken s career paralleled the rise and fall of television s Golden Age. He embodied the era s best qualities craftsmanship, a commitment to excellence and a distinctive, uproariously funny and quirky sense of humor. At the same time, his uncompromising independence prevented him from surviving the changes in the industry that brought the Golden Age to an end in the 1960s. His experiences bring a fresh and until now unknown perspective to the medium s most extraordinary period. Codice libro della libreria AAC9780815606765

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Descrizione libro Syracuse University Press. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Hardcover. 248 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.3in. x 1.0in.Regarded by his contemporaries as one of televisions premier comedy creators, Nat Hiken was the driving creative force behind the classic 1950s and 1960s series Sgt. Bilko and the hilarius Car 54, Where Are YouKing of the Half Hour, the first biography of Hiken, draws extensively on exclusive first-hand interviews with some of the well-known TV personalities who worked with him, such as Carol Burnett, Fred Gwynne, Alan King, Al Lewis, and Herbert Ross. The book focuses on Hikens immense talent and remarkable career, from his early days in radio as Fred Allens head writer to his multiple Emmy-winning years as writer-producer-director on television. In addition to re-establishing Hikens place in broadcast history, biographer, David Everitt places him in the larger story of early New York broadcasting. Hikens career paralleled the rise and fall of televisions Golden Age. He embodied the eras best qualities -- craftsmanship, a commitment to excellence and a distinctive, uproariously funny and quirky sense of humor. At the same time, his uncompromising independence prevented him from surviving the changes in the industry that brought the Golden Age to an end in the 1960s. His experiences bring a flesh and until now unknown perspective to the mediums most extraordinary period. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Codice libro della libreria 9780815606765

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