THE “12 O’CLOCK HIGH” LOGBOOK: The Unofficial History of the Novel, Motion Picture, and Television Series Sep30

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THE “12 O’CLOCK HIGH” LOGBOOK: The Unofficial History of the Novel, Motion Picture, and Television Series

Published by BearManor Media, 2005

Experience the history of 12 O’Clock High, the riveting World War II combat novel that was adapted into a thrilling 1949 movie starring Gregory Peck and a television series in the 1960s. This is the definitive biography of the World War II events leading to the novel, plus a history of the novel, film, television series, and enough behind-the-scenes information and pictures to keep a whole squadron happy!

“Whether or not you are a fan of the book, the movie or the TV series, this is a fascinating and informative look at how a single ‘property’ was exploited across three different mediums. Just the section on the TV series is worth the purchase price for the inside glimpse at how the show was developed and produced, from pilot to cancellation. A must-read for students of television and the entertainment industry.”
Lee Goldberg, TV Writer/Producer, Author of novels based on “Monk,” “Psych,” and more

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