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JUNK - The Pilot Episode: A Screenplay By Jack Truman
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Based off the award-winning short film by Jack Truman and Opal Dockery, JUNK – The Pilot Episode is the television pilot episode script for a TV series about a Mother and Son's junk store in a... More > small town. A modern-day Sanford and Son, with a twist.< Less
JUNK - The Pilot Episode: A Screenplay By Jack Truman
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Based off the award-winning short film by Jack Truman and Opal Dockery, JUNK – The Pilot Episode is the television pilot episode script for a TV series about a Mother and Son's junk store in a... More > small town. A modern-day Sanford and Son, with a twist.< Less
The Film and Television Guide to Moving & Working in America By Judi Shekoni
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The Film and Television industry guide to moving and working in America. The definitive book for both performers and production covering everything you need to know to make the decision, plan it.... More > move, live there and successfully find work. How to get a green card, a work visa, agent, manager, where to live, pilot season, show reels, photos, resumes, when to come, p/t work, commercials, SAG, AFTRA,DGA, transport, classes, american accent, auditions, courses... and much more. Straight to the point, honest, no holding back. Find out everything you need to know to make your dream become a reality.< Less
The Film and Television Guide to Moving & Working in America By Judi Shekoni
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The Film and Television industry guide to moving and working in America. The definitive book for both performers and production covering everything you need to know to make the decision, plan it.... More > move, live there and successfully find work. How to get a green card, a work visa, agent, manager, where to live, pilot season, show reels, photos, resumes, when to come, p/t work, commercials, SAG, AFTRA,DGA, transport, classes, american accent, auditions, courses... and much more. Straight to the point, honest, no holding back. Find out everything you need to know to make your dream become a reality.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 4 By Simon Coward et al.
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 5 By Simon Coward et al.
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 3 By Simon Coward et al.
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 2 By Simon Coward et al.
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 1 By Simon Coward et al.
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less
Mary Go-Round Pilot Script By Ken Ludden
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In 1993 the new LGBT weekly magazine, Michaels Weekly Entertainment Guide, ran a new feature column called Mary Go-Round. Within three episodes the serial story had become the most talked about item... More > in Washington, DC gay life. The story ran for 54 consecutive weeks, and maintained its popularity throughout its entire run. In the next five years the series ran in New York, Miami, and San Francisco. In 1999 the portion of the story that dealt with AIDS was made into a stage play called A Time Below that was presented at the AIDS Theater Conference sponsored by AMFAR. It was also turned into a 20-hour epic television screen play that garnered much interest with the emerging LGBT television industry. Consequently, funding was found to film a pilot, and this script was developed and shot. By the time it was edited and ready for consideration 9/11 had happened and all scripts involving terrorism were out of consideration. Now, available to the public, the full pilot script is published.< Less

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