Movies Made for Television: 2005-2009 (Google eBook)

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Scarecrow Press, Oct 11, 2010 - Performing Arts - 192 pages
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In 2005, Scarecrow published Movies Made for Television, 1964-2004, a five-volume reference set commemorating 40 years of every made for TV film since See How They Run debuted in 1964. These books provided a comprehensive listing of every television film and mini-series, detailing each film's original network, airdate, and length of broadcast. In this latest volume, Marill adds another five years of television films, providing information for an additional 400 works produced between 2005 and 2009.

Along with a brief summary, entries also include extensive production credits (director, writer, producer, composer, director of photography, and editor) and a complete cast and character listing. With a chronology of the films, an appendix of movies adapted from other sources, and separate indexes for actors and directors, Movies Made for Television, 2005-2009 is a welcome addition to a resource highly regarded by scholars and historians of television and popular culture.
  

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Organized roughly by decade (1964-79, 1980-89, 1990-99, and 2000-04), this resource by television historian Marill (The Complete Films of Edward G. Robinson ) comprises more than 5400 alphabetically ... Read full review

Contents

Movies Made for Television 20052009
1
Chronological List of Titles 20052009
111
Television Movies Adapted from Other Sources
117
Actor Index
125
Director Index
177
About the Author
181
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Alvin H. Marill (1934-2010) spent his career in broadcasting, direct marketing, and publishing. Among his many books are More Theatre: Stage to Screen to Television (2002) and Television Westerns: Six Decades of Sagebrush Sheriffs, Scalawags, and Sidewinders (2011), both published by Scarecrow Press. He was a contributing editor to Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide and a charter member of the Television Movie Hall of Fame.

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