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Charlie's family : an illustrated screenplay to the film

Author: Jim VanBebber
Publisher: London : Creation Books, 1998.
Series: Creation cinema collection, v. 10.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Charles Manson and The Family. Jim van Bebber's movie Charlie's Family is the most accurate and uncompromising cinematic portrayal of the exterminating angels of Death Valley '69, a psychotic assault of sex, drugs and violence that propels the viewer headlong into the Manson experience." "The illustrated screenplay of Charlie's Family contains nearly 100 amazing photographs, including 16 in full color, as well as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Named Person: Charles Manson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim VanBebber
ISBN: 1871592941 9781871592948
OCLC Number: 40709318
Notes: Cover title.
Includes selected storyboards for Charlie's family and a discussion of Manson movies by Jim Morton.
Description: viii, 188 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series Title: Creation cinema collection, v. 10.
Other Titles: Charlie's family (Motion picture)
Responsibility: by Jim VanBebber.

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"Charles Manson and The Family. Jim van Bebber's movie Charlie's Family is the most accurate and uncompromising cinematic portrayal of the exterminating angels of Death Valley '69, a psychotic assault of sex, drugs and violence that propels the viewer headlong into the Manson experience." "The illustrated screenplay of Charlie's Family contains nearly 100 amazing photographs, including 16 in full color, as well as the complete script and 16 original storyboards. It also includes a definitive illustrated essay on Manson-related movies, written by Jim Morton, main contributor to Incredibly Strange Films, as well as an introduction by esteemed underground film critic Jack Sargeant."--BOOK JACKET.

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