- Tapa dura
- Editor: Crown (1974)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 051751656X
- ISBN-13: 978-0517516560
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The story behind The Exorcist (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1974
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Book by Travers Peter
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Mined a few new nuggets
27 de junio de 2016 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Not much left to be said about the story behind The Exorcist if you're a huge fan of the book and movie, but you can mine a few new nuggets from this book. I couldn't get it on Kindle, so I ordered the paperback which is not in great condition. Maybe if you request it, Kindle will put it out for us, and I will order it for my Kindle, too. Then I know I'll have it when my book totally deteriorates.
Definitive Speculation, True Reporting
23 de enero de 2003 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Written in the immediate aftermath of The Exorcist's phenomenally successful first release, Travers' and Reiff's book is a genuinely impressive example of film reporting as opposed to the kind of uninspired theorising and half-hearted press release cut-and-paste that passes for much of popular film history today. Wide-ranging and well-informed, what's so surprising is that the book was produced with no official help from Warner Bros. or any of the participants: the authors had to go out there, dig up the stories for themselves and separate fact from fiction. How successful they were was borne out when I was commissioned by the studio to write a book on the film (subsequently withdrawn and pulped at Friedkin's behest) with full access to all the documentation in the studio's archives as well as masses of deleted footage and audio and several of the surviving principals. Every other time I thought I had a scoop, it turned out to be in this volume: and where the authors were wrong, it wasn't by much. Yes, there are inaccuracies and errors, but it's still by far the best book on one of the seminal blockbusters, and more deserving of a reprint than many of the similar tomes currently available.