Dale Sherman, author of Armageddon Films FAQ, visits "Pop Culture Tonight with Patrick Phillips" to talk about zombies, contagions, aliens, and the end of the world as we know it!

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About the Book
Mankind has been predicting its own demise through various methods, from fables and religious scriptures to hard-core scientific studies since the dawn of time. And if there is one thing Hollywood knows how to exploit, it is the fears of Things to Come. Movies about the end of the world have been around since the early days of cinema, and Armageddon Film FAQ is a look into the various methods we have destroyed ourselves over the years: zombies, mad computers, uptight aliens, plunging objects from space, crazed animals, Satan, God, Contagions, the ever-popular atomic bomb, sometimes even a combination of these in the same movie!

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Dale Sherman's first apocolyptic movie memory was explaining the plot of This is Not a Test to his family when he was seven. Since then, he has been a fan of the genre, while writing books on such topics as women in music, urban legends, Alice Cooper, and the rock band KISS. He lives above ground and unafraid of zombies in Louisville, Ky., with his healthy wife, angelic daughter, and various nonlethal pets.

Pop Culture Tonight with Patrick Phillips is a 30-minute syndicated radio show broadcast from Austin, Texas.  Learn more here.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre & Cinema Books is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, covering everything from books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries to playscripts and books on television and many other topics.

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Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: PopCultureTonightArmageddon.mp3
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Tom DeMichael, author of James Bond FAQ, visits "Pop Culture Tonight with Patrick Phillips" to talk about everyone's favorite super-spy!

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About the Book
James Bond FAQ takes on the iconic cinema franchise that's lasted for so many years. Sometimes serious as SPECTRE, sometimes quirkier than Q, but always informative, this FAQ takes the reader behind-the-scenes, as well as in front of the silver screen. Everyone's included: Connery, Lazenby, Moore, Dalton, Brosnan, and Craig; little-known facts about TV's first shot at 007, the same Bond story that was made into two different films; whatever happened to those wonderful cars and gizmos that thrilled everyone; plus much more. It's a book for the casual, as well as hardcore, James Bond fan.

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Tom DeMichael has written extensively on subjects as diverse as American film, collectible toys, firefighting, and television's greatest game shows. He has written magazine articles on horror and science fiction movies, and his many book credits include The Groovy Side of the '60s and Armchair Reader: The Book of Myths and Misconceptions. He lives in Arlington Heights, Ill.

Pop Culture Tonight with Patrick Phillips is a 30-minute syndicated radio show broadcast from Austin, Texas.  Learn more here.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre & Cinema Books is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, covering everything from books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries to playscripts and books on television and many other topics.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

 

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: PopCultureBond.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 12:34pm EDT
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Dave Thompson, author of If You Like True Blood..., joins Patrick Phillips on The Patrick Phillips Show to talk about True Blood and vampires!

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About the Book
If You Like True Blood... by Dave Thompson (Limelight Editions) is a popular history of vampires in classical and popular culture, by an author who has been reading and watching such things since high school, and who seriously believes The Hunger is one of the best things David Bowie has ever done.

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Dave Thompson is the author of more than 100 books on music and pop culture, including If You Like Led Zeppelin... and If You Like Bob Marley...

The Patrick Phillips Show is a podcast about pop culture and nostalgia. Click here to visit their website. 

The If You Like series plays the game of cultural connectivity at a high level—each book is written by an expert in their field and travels far beyond the expected, unearthing treats that will enlighten even the most jaded couch potato or pop culture vulture. Every volume tackles several genres, so If You Like the Beatles… introduces the reader not only to records, but to movies and TV shows as well, just as the Sopranos and the Monty Python editions of the If You Like series tackle jewels beyond the small screen.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Limelight Editions is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. For more than 20 years, Limelight has been one of the world's leading publishers of books on the performing arts, including film, theatre, music, and dance. Visit limelighteditions.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: iylTrueBlood.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 12:00am EDT
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Little Blue Book for Filmmakers authors Carl Gottlieb (Jaws) and Toni Attell (The Attell Method of Acting) join Off the Meter radio host Jimmy Failla for a discussion of the writing process, tips for actors, and movie-making! This has been reposted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Off the Meter. This is an excerpt. Visit Off the Meter for the full interview.

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About the Book
The Little Blue Book for Filmmakers discusses issues faced by all beginning filmmakers, with a historical perspective that explains problems and solutions that reach back to the invention of movies at the turn of the last century, and stretch forward to include new digital technology and the popularization of videography as global self-expression.

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Carl Gottlieb is a veteran of more than 40 years in theatre, film, and television. He was nominated for the Golden Globe and a BAFTA for his screenplay for JAWS. He is the recipient of an Independent Spirit Award, an Emmy, a Clio, and the Morgan Cox Award.

Toni Attell is an Emmy-nominated actress, acting coach, motivational speaker, and creator of the Attell Method coaching style. She is an adjunct professor at the USC School for Cinema and currently teaches at the UCLA Extension. 

Off the Meter is a radio program hosted by Jimmy Failla: cabbie, comic, writer, and radio machine. Visit Off the Meter for more episodes.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

iTunes   RSS   Libsyn   Blog  Email

Limelight Editions is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. For more than 20 years, Limelight has been one of the world's leading publishers of books on the performing arts, including film, theatre, music, and dance. Visit limelighteditions.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: littleblue_podcast.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 2:55pm EDT
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Nancy Nelson joins Patrick Phillips to talk about her time working on the lecture circuit with actor Cary Grant and the book that came out of those experiences, Evenings with Cary Grant (Applause Books). This episode has been reposted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Patrick Phillips.

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About the Book
Evenings with Cary Grant: In this sublimely truthful and candid portrait, biographer Nancy Nelson draws on interviews with Grant, as well as material from his personal papers, along with loving, revelatory reminiscences from some of his closest friends and loved ones – including Katharine Hepburn, Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, Quincy Jones, James Stewart, and many more – to reveal the vaudevillian, actor, lover, and father. 

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Nancy Nelson at first persuaded Cary Grant to make public appearances and then represented and accompanied him and his wife for his superb one-man show called A Conversation with Cary Grant. She is the presient of the Nelson Agency and lives in New York.

Patrick Phillips hosts The Patrick Phillips Show.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

iTunes   RSS   Libsyn   Blog  Email

Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: nancynelson_podcast.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 5:00am EDT
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Ho ho ho. Alonso Duralde, author of Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas, joins Off the Meter radio host Jimmy Failla as they discuss Christmas films and nearly-Christmas films. This episode has been re-edited and reposted on the Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Off the Meter radio program. 

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About the Book
Don't waste another second of your valuable holiday time on another boring Christmas movie. Film critic Alonso Duralde highlights the best – and worst – movies of the Yuletide season with this fun and informative film guide. Whether you're looking for the classics, family favorites, holiday horror, Christmas-themed crime epics, or the most wonderfully awful cinematic lumps of coal, Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas will point you and your rental queue in the right direction. 

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Alonso Duralde is the author of 101 Must-See Movies for Gay Men. He has written about film for MSNBC.com and the Advocate, among others, and programmed film festivals, including Outest and the USA Film Festival/Dallas. A regular contributor to The Rotten Tomatoes Show, Duralde has been featured in documentaries for IFC and Starz, and on the Brokeback Mountain and Valley of the Dolls DVDs. Follow him on Twitter.

Off the Meter is a radio program hosted by Jimmy Failla: cabbie, comic, writer, and radio machine. Click here to listen to the entirety of this episode. 

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

iTunes   RSS   Libsyn   Blog  Email

Limelight Editions is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. For more than 20 years, Limelight has been one of the world's leading publishers of books on the performing arts, including film, theatre, music, and dance. Visit limelighteditions.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: aDuralde.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 10:30am EDT
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Mark Clark, author of Star Trek FAQ (and the forthcoming Star Trek FAQ 2.0) chats with radio show host Patrick Phillips on his show The Patrick Phillips Show. Did you know "Beam Me Up, Scotty" was never said on the show? From redshirts to crew members, from cast to crew, from the first episode to the animated series and merchandising, Star Trek FAQ is everything left to know about the first voyages of the Starship Enterprise. This episode has been reposted on the Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Patrick Phillips.

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About the Book
Star Trek FAQ tells the complete story of Star Trek, from the before the beginning (the books, films, and TV shows that inspired producer Gene Roddenberry to create Star Trek) until after the end (when the show emerged as a cultural phenomenon in syndication), and including dramatic behind-the-scenes stories (e.g., Leonard Nimoy's struggle with alcoholism and actress Grace Lee Whitney's controversial firing) often omitted from “authorized” histories of the program. Along with in-depth looks at the pre- and post-Trek careers of the show's iconic leads, Star Trek FAQ includes profiles of guest stars and “redshirt” extras alike, as well as the many writers, technicians, and artisans whose efforts enabled Star Trek to take flight. The book also explores the show's unprecedented resurgence in the 1970s with chapters devoted to early Star Trek fiction, merchandising, and the short-lived animated series. Combining a wealth of fascinating information about every facet of the show's production with original analysis of Star Trek's enduring appeal and cultural influence, Star Trek FAQ goes where noStar Trek book has gone before.

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Mark Clark is a film historian and has authored Sixties Shockers and Smirk, Sneer and Scream. He's a former critic for the Louisiville Courier-Journal and has taught film history and genre theory for the Factory Digital Film Production Program at Douglas Education Center in Monessen, PA. He lives in Ohio.

Patrick Phillips is the host of The Patrick Phillips Show, a podcast of genuine talk with a dash of nostalgia.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

Limelight   Amadeus   Applause   Backbeat   HLB

Direct download: startrek.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 10:32am EDT
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James Sheridan, co-author of Lucille Ball FAQ (with Barry Monush), joins Patrick Phillips on The Patrick Phillips Show to discuss all things Lucy. This episode has been re-posted on Onstage and Backstage with permission of Patrick Phillips. 

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About the Book
Although countless books and articles have been written about Lucille Ball, most people know only the surface details of her personal life and some basic facts about her popular television series. Lucille Ball FAQ takes us beyond the “Lucy” character to give readers information that might not be common knowledge about one of the world's most beloved entertainers. It can be read straight through, but the FAQ format also invites readers to pick it up and dig in at any point.

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James Sheridan is a graduate of Fordham University at Lincoln Center where he majored in Communications and Media Studies. A lifelong Lucy fan, he could name every episode of I Love Lucy in order at the age of seven.

Patrick Phillips is host of the podcast The Patrick Phillips Show: Popular Culture with Genuine Talk and a Dash of Nostalgia.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 4:58pm EDT
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Bert Fink at Rodgers & Hammerstein sits down with three of the stars from the Sound of Music film, Heather Menzies, Nicholas Hammond, and Kym Karath, to talk about what it was like working on the film (including the scene with the puppets!) and what it's been like to remain a family with all seven of the "kids" from the movie, including the book they put together, The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook. The three non-Trapps, as they call themselves, share laughs and tears in this heartfelt episode of Onstage and Backstage from Hal Leonard and Applause Books. Thank you to Rodgers and Hammerstein for providing the audio of this episode.

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About the Book: The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook
Seven very special children experienced The Sound of Music firsthand: the seven young actors cast as the von Trapp children. Now, for the first time, they tell their stories about making this celebrated film, from their auditions to rehearsals in Los Angeles to an incredible spring and summer in Salzburg, Austria. What was it like to work with Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer? How did they learn the songs and dances for the musical numbers? Who almost drowned when the boat tipped over? What was it like to attend the gala Hollywood premiere? What were their lives like after starring in this legendary movie? And how did they become a family in real life, remaining as close as any brothers and sisters for the last 45 years? The answers are revealed at last and as a bonus, they have collected their never-before-seen own home movie footage on a brand-new DVD.

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Kym Karath is an actress who played the youngest von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Gretl.

Heather Menzies is an actress who played Louisa von Trapp in The Sound of Music.

Nicholas Hammond is an actor who played Friedrich von Trapp in The Sound of Music.

Bert Fink is the Senior VP of Communications at Rodgers and Hammerstein

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 10:49am EDT
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And now for something completely different. Zack Handlen joins Jimmy Failla on the Off the Meter radio program to talk about Handlen's new book If You Like Monty Python... Handlen offers alternative programming for Python fans and reminisces about his favorite sketches. This episode has been re-edited and reposted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Off the Meter.

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About the Book
If You Like Monty Python... by Zack Handlen (Limelight Editions)
This is the first book to look at everything influenced by the Pythons, but also at those who came before them – from the classic British comedies to the Marx Brothers, and everything in the Python universe, from Fawlty Towers and A Fish Called Wanda to Spamalot and BrazilIf You Like...Monty Python is a book for any fan who has graduated from the Ministry of Silly Walks and wants more. 

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Zack Handlen spends his free time watching TV and movies and taking copious notes. His work can be seen online at the Onion AV Club, where he reviews television shows, books, and film. Follow him on Twitter.

Off the Meter is a radio program hosted by Jimmy Failla: cabbie, comic, writer, and radio machine. Click here to listen to this entire episode. 

The If You Like series plays the game of cultural connectivity at a high level—each book is written by an expert in their field and travels far beyond the expected, unearthing treats that will enlighten even the most jaded couch potato or pop culture vulture. Every volume tackles several genres, so If You Like the Beatles… introduces the reader not only to records, but to movies and TV shows as well, just as the Sopranos and the Monty Python editions of the If You Like series tackle jewels beyond the small screen.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

iTunes   RSS   Libsyn   Blog  Email

Limelight Editions is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. For more than 20 years, Limelight has been one of the world's leading publishers of books on the performing arts, including film, theatre, music, and dance. Visit limelighteditions.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 5:43pm EDT
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