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Thunderbirds: The Vault

Thunderbirds: The Vault

Author: Marcus Hearn
Series: Thunderbirds
$70.00(NZD)  inc GST
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Description

On 30th September 1965, International Rescue successfully completed their first assignment, and the Tracy brothers imprinted themselves on a generation of captivated children. Thirty-two episodes, many repeats, sixty territories, two feature films, three albums, numerous comics, books, toys, videos and DVDs and five decades later, Thunderbirds are still saving the world from the brink of peril. Thunderbirds: The Vault will be the first ever lavishly illustrated, definitive, beautifully packaged, presentation hardback telling the story of this enduring cult phenomenon. Packed with previously unpublished material, including prop photos, design sketches, production memos and other collectible memorabilia, plus specially commissioned photography of original 60s merchandise, and new interviews with cast and crew, it's going to be a collectors' dream and a fantastic piece of British TV history.

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Thunderbirds Are Go! in this wonderful book celebrating 50 years of the classic series

Author description

Marcus Hearn is the official biographer of Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson and author of the New York Times bestseller Doctor Who: The Vault. His other books include the award-winning The Art of Hammer, Saucy Postcards, The Avengers: A Celebration and Eight Days a Week, the story of The Beatles' final world tour. Marcus has written for The Times, The Guardian and The Independent, and has contributed booklet notes, audio commentaries and documentaries to nearly 100 DVDs and Blu-rays. He is an associate research fellow at Leicester De Montfort's Cinema and Television History Research Centre and is the official historian of Hammer Film Productions.

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General Fields

  • : 9780753556351
  • : Ebury Publishing
  • : Virgin Books
  • : June 2015
  • : 268mm X 253mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : October 2015
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Hardback
  • : 791.4572
  • : 240
  • : Marcus Hearn