Books tagged: classic comedy

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Country Life, Inc.
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 19,480. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2010. Category: Screenplays » Romance
Hard charging capitalist MAGGIE DUNBAR is sent to a small town to oversee the sale of its last source of jobs and income, a rustbelt factory. But soon Maggie finds herself being wooed by the local crusading newspaper editor and the townies themselves, which beckons a crisis in her life — which to put first, people or money?
Hollywood Movie Musicals: Great, Good and Glamorous
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 117,620. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Music
In the golden years of cinema, Hollywood's Christmas presents to world-wide movie fans were always three or four spectacular musicals. In those days, musicals easily rated as the most popular movie genre. They were eagerly anticipated not only by the carriage trade but working-class audiences as well. This book provides a guide to over 150 of these crowd-pleasing, star-studded musical delights.
Hollywood's Classic Comedies: 200 Fun-Filled Films Rated & Reviewed
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 102,680. Language: English. Published: April 21, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Reference » Consumer guides
200 classic movie comedies are discussed and reviewed (with full cast and credit details) in this must-have book that will delight every vintage film fan. If you've never heard of Abbott & Costello, The 3 Stooges, or Laurel & Hardy, this is not the book for you. On the other hand, for fans of classic Hollywood comedies, this book will evoke lively memories and guide them to buy more comedy DVDs.
William Shakespeare’s "Twelfth Night": A Retelling in Prose
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Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 41,130. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2014. Category: Fiction » Classics
This book is an easy-to-read retelling of William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Viola is shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, and she disguises herself in men's clothing and begins to work for Duke Orsino. Although she falls in love with him, her main job is to carry love messages from him to Countess Olivia, who falls in love with Viola, whom Olivia thinks is a man.