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Jay David

Autor(a) de Growing Up Jewish: An Anthology

31 Works 449 Membros 6 Reviews

About the Author

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(eng) There may be more than one person who writes as Jay David. The Jay David who wrote the Robin Williams biography is a pseudonym for Bill Adler, born 1929-05-14 in New York.

Obras de Jay David

Growing Up Jewish: An Anthology (1970) — Editor — 125 cópias, 1 resenha
Growing Up Black (1969) 100 cópias
The Flying Saucer Reader (1960) 61 cópias, 1 resenha
Scarsdale Murder (1980) 6 cópias
Living Black in White America (1971) — Editor — 6 cópias
Black Roots (1971) 5 cópias


Conhecimento Comum

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There may be more than one person who writes as Jay David. The Jay David who wrote the Robin Williams biography is a pseudonym for Bill Adler, born 1929-05-14 in New York.



Super informative and fun, taught me a ton about a part of the horror world that I had completely written off.
Amateria66 | outras 2 resenhas | May 24, 2024 |
A blast of fun, nostalgia, and information, this book is a must-read for any Full Moon fan or all-around cinephile.
Birdo82 | outras 2 resenhas | Jan 22, 2023 |
The story of Charles Band's Full Moon Entertainment during the VHS 90s. It took 20 years for filmmakers to get funding for a third Phantasm but Band and his own Merry Band were knocking out straight-to-video movies at a phenomenal rate from the Puppet Master series to Killjoy back-to-back with schedules of just a few weeks each. In the process his outfit produced Videozone an extra feature that emphasized behind the scenes material and of promotion you didn't often find on videocassettes. Band bought an Italian castle used in many of his movies and established a studio in post-Communist Romania due to low costs and every moviemakers shooting destination now, it seems. For a low-budget filmmaking fan like myself, it's a great close-up look, highlighted by an interview with my friend, prolific writer Troy Taylor, about his on-screen consultant experiences with the abysmal St. Francisville Experiment, for which he briefly appeared as a ghost hunting expert for what was to be a real hunt but wound up with portions reworked and rewritten and result to produce a bad horror movie. Full Moon, which now focuses an on online streaming model, as described in the book. This is the definitive tale of one of the longest surviving independent low-key movie making forms ever, at its peak in the 90s, pumping out dozens of movies a year.… (mais)
NickHowes | outras 2 resenhas | Dec 9, 2017 |
NO OF PAGES: 289 SUB CAT I: Jewish Life SUB CAT II: Biography SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: Twenty-five Jews relive their childhoods in the old world, the new world, and the promised land. Their experiences, spanning four centuries, present the history of a people in an intensely personal way. Among those represented are a fourteen-year-old Lithuanian father, a mayor of Dublin, and an English poetess. All of them have one thing in common - a strong Jewish identity. Their tradition stretches across time and ignores national boundaries. It is the force that unites these compelling reflections on the pain and joy of growing up Jewish.NOTES: SUBTITLE:… (mais)
BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |


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