Leonard Maltin's TV movies and video guide

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New American Library, 1989 - Performing Arts - 1222 pages
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In the newest edition of the bestselling guide to TV movies, Leonard Maltin describes and reviews films so bad they are good--and so good they are legends. Maltin also lists all films alphabetically--with capsules and reviews for each film--and adds a listing for films now available on videocassette. "Easily the most comprehensive work of its kind anywhere".--USA Today.

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I used to devour every new edition of Maltin's guides and in the first couple of them I even put check marks next to all the movies I had seen. That became impossible after a while, as I was watching ... Read full review


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Leonard Maltin is a respected film critic and historian, perhaps best known for his annual paperback reference "Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide", which was first published in 1969. He lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles and teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

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