Seinfeld Reference The Complete Encyclopedia With Biographies Character Profiles Episode Summaries

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Editor: Praetorian Publishing
ISBN: 0967985242
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Seinfeld Trivia Everything About Nothing

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Editor: Praetorian Publishing
ISBN: 0967985250
Size: 20,43 MB
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Rawlins Resource Management Plan

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Seinfeld Ultimate Episode Guide

Author: Dennis Bjorklund
Editor: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781494405953
Size: 14,95 MB
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Seinfeld Ultimate Episode Guide is authored by a sitcom expert who penned the most comprehensive reference book that has ever been written about the show. This Episode Guide is the best source for “Seinfeld” facts; no other source contains as much information. This type of thoroughness cannot be found anywhere else in the entire Seinfeld Universe.Each episode is summarized in detail with supporting credits, such as writer, director, actors, and uncredited actors. The best part is insider information about each episode as well as little-known facts and unique trivia. There is even a section detailing some of the best known acting credits of every major character who appeared in a “Seinfeld” episode. Everything you need to know about each episode is in this book.Seinfeld Ultimate Episode Guide provides insight into how some of the plots and subplots originated. You would be surprised how art imitates life. Discover which episodes have alternate endings, what scenes were deleted, how the creators handled cast changes, and so much more. There is even a section devoted to Awards won by the series, creators, actors and other individuals.Diehard fans will love the section devoted to technical credits for each season of the show. It has all the names, titles, and details of all the men and women who worked behind the scene to make this the best show on TV. Find out which crew members made secret episode appearances as characters or extras.Seinfeld Ultimate Episode Guide is an essential book for every fan of the show. If you ever had a question about one of the episodes, the show, actors, or characters, this book has all the answers. 196 pages. Photos included.

The Best Of Breakfast With Dave Vol I

Author: James V. Colubiale
Editor: LifeRich Publishing
ISBN: 1489722971
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This volume, highlighting posts from March 2011 to April 2012, is a tenth-anniversary tribute to the friendships, memories, and overall silliness that has become the backbone of Breakfast with Dave.

Seinfeld Master Of Its Domain

Author: David Lavery
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1441100903
Size: 11,61 MB
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After a slow and inauspicious beginning, Seinfeld broke through to become one of the most commercially successful sitcoms in the history of television. This fascinating book includes classic articles on the show by Geoffrey O'Brien and Bill Wyman (first published in the New York Review of Books and Salon.com respectively), and a selection of new and revised essays by some of the top television scholars in the US - looking at issues as wide-ranging as Seinfeld's Jewishness, alleged nihilism, food obsession, and long-running syndication. The book also includes a comprehensive episode guide, and Betty Lee's lexicon of Seinfeld language.

The Jerry Seinfeld Handbook Everything You Need To Know About Jerry Seinfeld

Author: Bailey Martin
Editor: Emereo Publishing
ISBN: 9781489127327
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This book is your ultimate Jerry Seinfeld resource. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, facts, quotes and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Jerry Seinfeld's whole picture right away. Get countless Jerry Seinfeld facts right at your fingertips with this essential resource. The Jerry Seinfeld Handbook is the single and largest Jerry Seinfeld reference book. This compendium of information is the authoritative source for all your entertainment, reference, and learning needs. It will be your go-to source for any Jerry Seinfeld questions. A mind-tickling encyclopedia on Jerry Seinfeld, a treat in its entirety and an oasis of learning about what you don't yet know...but are glad you found. The Jerry Seinfeld Handbook will answer all of your needs, and much more.

Seinfeld Secrets

Author: Dennis Bjorklund
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781492386186
Size: 16,30 MB
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Seinfeld Secrets: An Insider Scoop About the Show is authored by a sitcom expert who penned the most comprehensive reference book that has ever been written about the show. This book is the best source for insider facts and never-before-revealed tidbits about “Seinfeld.” This type of thoroughness cannot be found anywhere else in the entire Seinfeld Universe.The first section provides details about the creators, cast regulars, supporting actors, guest actors, as well as cast stand-ins, show extras, and actors who auditioned for roles in the show. The second section discussed the little-known-facts about the series, including the behind-the-scenes activities, as well as casting, directing, writing, and so much more.The final section recounts many of the secrets behind the making of each episode. Every episode has a history and a few skeletons in the closet. The episodes range from how plots were created, when personal experience influenced a show, ad-libbed lines and actions, how scenes were shot or developed, the input actors had on the creative process, and even the “lost” episode that was partially filmed but never aired. There are hundreds of insider scoops into the entire realm of “Seinfeld.”Seinfeld Secrets is an essential book for every fan of the show. If you want to know more about the show than any of your friends, this book has all the answers.

Seinfeld

Author: Nicholas Mirzoeff
Editor: British Film Inst
ISBN: 9781844572014
Size: 20,93 MB
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This is a reflective, funny account of one of the most popular TV sitcoms ever made: Seinfeld (1990-1998). Ostensibly a show "about nothing," its creator Larry David decreed that it should contain "no hugging, no learning." Nicholas Mirzoeff explores Seinfeld’s obsession with the rules of everyday life in the key areas of comedy itself: dating , relationships, Jewishness and how to be a New Yorker, wherever you happen to live. Mirzoeff situates Seinfeld as an expression of Clinton-era America, from its consistently ironic take on social life, to the changing culture of sexuality and ethnicity. This is a reflective, funny and occasionally digressive account of what it is to watch television.

Jerry Seinfeld

Author: Josh Levine
Editor: ECW Press
ISBN: 1550222015
Size: 19,21 MB
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Traces Seinfeld's life, discusses the background of his television program and its relationship to his own experience, and profiles his collaborators and co-stars