Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History par Paula M Block, Terry J Erdmann

Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History par Paula M Block, Terry J Erdmann

Titre de livre: Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History

Auteur: Paula M Block, Terry J Erdmann

ISBN: 1785654357

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Paula M Block, Terry J Erdmann avec Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History

The definitive 30th-anniversary exploration of the beloved Jim Henson classic, featuring rare artwork, interviews, and on-set photos. Filled with a wealth of rare and unseen behind-the-scenes imagery, experience the films creation as seen through the eyes of the artists, costume designers, and creature creators who gave the beloved fantasy classic its distinctive look. Featuring in-depth interviews with the talented crew and cast, and story notes from Henson.

Review
'It is absolutely wonderful and a fitting companion to the film.' --Live for Films

'Quite simply, this book is a must-have' --Starburst Magazine


Paula M. Block is the co-author of the novella Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Lusts Latinum Lost and numerous nonfiction books about the entertainment industry, including Star Trek The Original Series 365, Star Trek 101, Monk: The Official Episode Guide, The 4400 Companion, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, The Secrets of Star Trek Insurrection, Star Trek: Action!, and The Magic of Tribbles. She is also the co-editor of Pocket Books' popular short story series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. She has been a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, the Midwest correspondent for Biotechnology Newswatch, and the international editor for Chemical Week. After 19 years overseeing and editing licensed publishing for Paramount Pictures and CBS Television, Paula moved to Southern Oregon, where she and her husband, author Terry J. Erdmann, write a monthly entertainment column for The Jacksonville Review.