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Shoot The Pastor By Donald New
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"Shoot The Pastor" is intended to help people develop a deeper understanding of television and how it can be an effective tool in ministry. This book answers many of the questions a person... More > might have prior to starting a television ministry and help make an existing television ministry more efficient.< Less
Shoot The Pastor By Donald New
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"Shoot The Pastor" is intended to help people develop a deeper understanding of television and how it can be an effective tool in ministry. This book answers many of the questions a person... More > might have prior to starting a television ministry and help make an existing television ministry more efficient.< Less
THE BATTERY: The Shooting Script By Jeremy Gardner
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In a land ravaged by the undead, Ben and Mickey must learn to survive each other. "THE BATTERY: The Shooting Script" is the original screenplay for the award-winning independent zombie... More > movie written and directed by Jeremy Gardner. As a shooting script, it contains many differences from the final film, including several deleted scenes and an alternate ending. This official book also includes an introduction by writer/director Jeremy Gardner, black and white photos, and 2 in-depth reviews of the final film.< Less
My Favorite Horror Movie By Rob Robinson
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Guys shooting the bull around beer try to one-up each other with best horror movie category, but one stands out.
Integrated Skills Through Movies By Rokhatoy Boltaeva
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The book provides four films in English, one in Uzbek, glossary to each film, main characters, and actors’ biographies, mistakes while shooting the film, and subtitles for role-plays. Moreover,... More > each lesson is designed with colourful Pre-, While-, and Post- viewing activities based on the topics and episodes of the film.< Less
The Key To A Fortune Movie Script By Anthony Quinn & Yvonne Quinn.
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The Key To A Fortune Movie Script in a book and why not?This is a great education tool for up and coming actors.There are lots of twists and turns as the story unfolds.There's... More > blackmail,shootings,humour and excitement.The script also contains adult content and also the book The Key To A Fortune First Edition.< Less
The Key To A Fortune Movie Script By Anthony Quinn & Yvonne Quinn.
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The Key To A Fortune Movie Script in a book and why not?This is a great education tool for up and coming actors.There are lots of twists and turns as the story unfolds.There's... More > blackmail,shootings,humour and excitement.The script also contains adult content and also the book The Key To A Fortune First Edition.< Less
CORRIGANVILLE MOVIE RANCH: Figure Studies By Jerry L Schneider
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Besides being an amusement park, the Corriganville Movie Ranch was primarily used for motion pictures and television shows. Photo shoots were also done. This booklet presents some of those shoots... More > which involved nude and non-nude models. Also included are screen shots of nudie films shot at the ranch.< Less
1000 Facts about Horror Movies By James Egan
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In Prometheus, Jesus Christ is an alien. Half of 28 Days Later had to be scrapped due to a plothole. The director of Get Out shot scenes while doing the voice of Barack Obama and Forest Whitaker. An... More > American Werewolf in London was the first film ever to win an Oscar for its makeup. It only took eight days to shoot The Blair Witch Project. The first horror film to win an Oscar was Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The iconic theme song from The Exorcist is called Tubular Bells. The plot of Final Destination was meant to be used for an episode of The X-Files. Mel Brooks didn’t tell anybody he produced The Fly because he was worried people would think the film was a comedy. Thomas Edison produced the first Frankenstein film. A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 is very popular with the LGBTQ community.< Less
3000 Facts about the Greatest Movies Ever By James Egan
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The dog in The Wizard of Oz was paid twice as much as some of the actors. Citizen Kane was booed at the Oscars every time one of its nominations were announced. Marlon Brando didn’t read the... More > script when he was shooting Apocalypse Now. Instead, he turned it into a hat. Sean Connery turned down the part of Gandalf in Lord of the Rings. He would’ve been paid $560 million. Although Hattie McDaniel won an Oscar for Gone with the Wind, she wasn’t allowed to go to the premier because she was black. Steven Spielberg thought the themesong for Jaws was so bad, he thought the composer made it as a joke. Groundhog Day takes place over 27 years. All of the Ping-Pong balls in Forrest Gump are computer-generated. It took eight years for Christopher Nolan to write Inception. Back to the Future was banned in China for years because they Chinese find time-travel disrespectful to history.< Less

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