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Sean Connery

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Beginning with Connery's early days in the theatre and television in the 1950s, this book covers each decade in turn: from his success as James Bond in the 1960s to the "Offence", "The Wind and the Lion", "The Man Who Would Be King" and "Robin and Marian" in the 1970s, on through the 1980s with "The Name of the Rose", "The Untouchables" (for which he won an "Oscar") and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" and into the 1990s with "The Hunt for Red October", "The Russia House" and "Medicine Man". Robert Tanitch provides a running commentary on each production, with quotes from critics of the day. He also wrote "A Pictorial Companion to Shakespeare's Plays", "Ralph Richardson: A Tribute", "Leonard Rossiter", "Olivier", "Ashcroft", "Gielgud", "Dirk Bogarde" and "Guinness". Book condition throughout good: dust jacket complete and unmarked with one small tear at top spine, cloth covers good and all pages crisp and clean.

Item details

Added value:
First Edition with Dust Jacket
Author(s):
Tanitch Robert
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1992
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1855925877
ISBN-13:
9781855925878
Number of pages:
191
Publisher:
Chapmans
Title:
Sean Connery

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Beginning with Connery's early days in the theatre and television in the 1950s, this book covers each decade in turn: from his success as James Bond in the 1960s to the "Offence", "The Wind and the Lion", "The Man Who Would Be King" and "Robin and Marian" in the 1970s, on through the 1980s with "The Name of the Rose", "The Untouchables" (for which he won an "Oscar") and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" and into the 1990s with "The Hunt for Red October", "The Russia House" and "Medicine Man". Robert Tanitch provides a running commentary on each production, with quotes from critics of the day. He also wrote "A Pictorial Companion to Shakespeare's Plays", "Ralph Richardson: A Tribute", "Leonard Rossiter", "Olivier", "Ashcroft", "Gielgud", "Dirk Bogarde" and "Guinness". Book condition throughout good: dust jacket complete and unmarked with one small tear at top spine, cloth covers good and all pages crisp and clean.

Added value:
First Edition with Dust Jacket
Author(s):
Tanitch Robert
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1992
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1855925877
ISBN-13:
9781855925878
Number of pages:
191
Publisher:
Chapmans
Title:
Sean Connery

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