This is the real Hammer story: Wayne Kinsey presents an oral history detailing the fascinating biographies of Hammer's key players, many telling their stories for the first time in all new interviews specially commissioned for this book. This is their fascinating story. From the lowly tea boy to the most vociferous producer, each made their own unique contributions to a group of films that have since achieved cult status around the world. We will learn about their trade and their achievements but above all see their valued place in the Hammer puzzle that became the envy of the British film industry.The key to Hammer's success were these talented individuals. A group of unsung heroes and experts in their fields, they came together by chance to form a well oiled machine producing lavish looking features at miniscule budgets. For some, their work at Hammer would be the stepping stone to bigger things (even Oscars!); all moving on to make major contributions to international film and television.Crammed with 1000 blood rare behind the scenes photos, read this and you'll see why Hammer's films achieved a standard that other rival companies could only dream of. Written by the highly acclaimed Hammer expert Wayne Kinsey, this book goes where no book on Hammer has ever gone before, and provides an understanding of life at this famous studio that is more accurate than any previously published accounts!
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Wayne Kinsey is considered to be the world'sleading expert on Hammer Films. He has writtenthree very highly acclaimed books on the famousfilm studio and more are on the way! Waynehas also acted as a consultant to others onHammer Films, and writes and publishes TheHouse That Hammer Built, a very successfulmagazine on the history of the studio.
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Descrizione libro Tomahawk Press (GA), 2010. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 955767083
Descrizione libro Tomahawk Press (GA), 2010. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110955767083