Books tagged: steven spielberg

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Who Censored Roger Rabbit?
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 71,330. Language: English. Published: March 12, 2010. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Gary K. Wolf creates a wonderfully skewed–and totally believable–world made up of equal parts Raymond Chandler, Lewis Carroll, and Walt Disney. A riotously surreal spoof of the hard-boiled detective novel. Packed with action and laughs. Wolf’s cult classic, highly praised novel is the basis for the blockbuster Walt Disney/Steven Spielberg film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Who P-p-p-plugged Roger Rabbit?
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 84,310. Language: English. Published: April 1, 2010. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Welcome to Toontown where Toons live side-by-side with humans. The whole Who Framed Roger Rabbit cast is here: Roger Rabbit, Eddie Valiant, Baby Herman, and of course Jessica Rabbit, the sultriest woman ever “drawn that way.” They’re up to their old tricks in a whimsical new mystery by Toontown’s original creator, the man who first brought these delightful creatures to life.
The Black Men and Steven Spielberg
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,970. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2011 by White Sun Press. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir
Semi-autobiographical but mostly fantastical essay on growing up in the outdoors of California in the 1970s, and the importance of having family just as quirky and not-quirky as you are. A coming of age story not really about adolescence, but maybe about being an oddball among oddballs.
From Director Steven Spielberg: Jurassic Park
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Price: Free! Words: 26,380. Language: English. Published: March 26, 2013. Category: Essay » Literature
From Director Steven Spielberg: Jurassic Park is an in-depth analysis of Steven Spielberg's 1993 blockbuster 'Jurassic Park'. The book looks at how Spielberg evolved themes explored in films like 'Duel' and 'Jaws', with a particular emphasis on his use of horror movie tropes, audience involvement, nature and masculinity.