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by etc.,et al,D.H. Kennerly,Jerry Seinfeld

Download Sein Off: The Final Days of "Seinfeld" eBook
ISBN:
0752217518
Author:
etc.,et al,D.H. Kennerly,Jerry Seinfeld
Category:
Television
Language:
English
Publisher:
Boxtree Ltd (September 10, 1999)
Pages:
176 pages
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1811 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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I would actually recommend Jerry Seinfeld the Entire Domain instead of this book as it has a lot more information. Since the final episodes are never shown as a one hour episode any more this book does cover both of the final two episodes

I would actually recommend Jerry Seinfeld the Entire Domain instead of this book as it has a lot more information. Since the final episodes are never shown as a one hour episode any more this book does cover both of the final two episodes. I realise the final episode was a one day special in the USA but not everyone lived in America and saw the two episodes as one when they were aired and a lot of people do enjoy watching them over and over again as the two. The book itself mentions they are two now as well.

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Neither Nancy nor Broth have been seen publicly, although Seinfeld is heavily involved in pitching their books for television. In promoting Broth's book, Seinfeld hosted a toast in the author's honor. Broth did not attend. Books by Jerry Seinfeld.

You can experience the final days of Seinfeld through the eyes of the actors themselves

You can experience the final days of Seinfeld through the eyes of the actors themselves. It is all very special and emotional. One of the 3 most entertaining books ever. com User, December 26, 1999. This was Kennerly's assignment, and he completed it extremely well, capturing some of the quiet/secret moments fans rarely, if ever, get a glimpse of.

I would actually recommend Jerry Seinfeld the Entire Domain instead of this book as it has a lot more information.

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Seinfeld on telemarketers. Seinfield is still one the best shows. David Hume Kennerly Sein Off: The Final Episode of Seinfeld Image: 16 x unframed Silver gelatin fiber print from the original negative The prin. Dont watch Seinfeld but i might use that one day. Remember this for telemarketers. Although the series finale wasn't that well received, this picture is pretty awesome, and it allowed every memorable character in this show to leave their final mark! Rare Seinfeld Behind the Scenes Photos pics). The second button literally makes or breaks the shirt.

Items related to Sein Off: The Final Days of Seinfeld. Black and white photographs by David Hume Kennerly throughout. Please contact us to reserve books in advance. We will hold books for ten days, pending payment. Home SEINFELD, Jerry, LOUIS-DREYFUS, Julia, RICHARDS, Michael and. Sein Off: The Final Days of Seinfeld. Fine in a near fine (short closed tear on rear panel) dust jacket.

I've published several books of work, Shooter, Photo Op, Seinoff: The Final Days of Seinfeld, Photo du Jour, and Extraordinary Circumstances: The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford. Most recently I produced Barack Obama: The Official Inaugural Book, with Bob McNeely, who was President Clinton’s official White House photographer.

Seinfeld and friends share their recollections and anecdotes in this intimate, never-before-seen look behind the final episode of one of the funniest TV series of the nineties. Featuring over 150 photographs of the show's final days, this adds new and personal insight into the world of Seinfeld giving access to what went on behind the camera.
  • Gio
Julia has put together, yes, a REAL coffee table book for fans and TV historians, replete with funny and insightful interviews with the cast and dynamite black and white photos. too bad, the book revolves around the filming of that last, awful episode of Seinfeld...the show about nothing *finalized* as just another sitcom...so it was decided that all the supporting characters needed to take that final bow and they decided that a courtroom should be populated with all the "victims".

just like many of the early episodes and yes..some from last huffing and puffing season, it's "bad...very very bad".
  • Mettiarrb
A perfect close to the television series - this book is filled with rare and behind-the-scenes photographs that any Seinfeld fan will just cherish! It is a quick read that feels like a nostalgic walk down memory lane and answers some questions that fans may have... a great gift for any Seinfeld fan or collector.
  • Meri
A first-rate last look at SEINFELD, not like the other books summing up for the umteenth time the episodes and such, but rather giving a sense of the feeling before, during, and after a show's filming, with a sense of the enviable comradery and even intimacy that the bunch clearly shared. For those who have a tad of a feeling that the Seinfeld crowd are something like our family, this is a great album bringing us even closer in. The days working and filming these shows were the times of their lives.
  • Sataxe
Wonderful photos
  • Maldarbaq
This is a great book... wonderful pictures! From "Hello Newman!" to watching Kramer run into Jerry's apartment, but from KRAMER'S side... These are all execellent pictures and excellent moments. Each of the cast members ideas and thoughts about the serious. Plus, you get pictures of EVERYONE, even Babu, Soup Nazi, Mr. Pit, the Constanzas, the Susan's parents, and many more...
  • Manesenci
Prettay, prettay, prettay good.
  • YSOP
This book takes the reader behind the scenes of Seinfeld's final two episodes. There's heaps of one line or paragraph interviews from each of the four main stars throughout this book. Most of the book will have a black and white photograph on one page with one paragraph on the opposite page.
You don't learn a great deal that you haven't heard elsewhere, but there are lots of photographs of the set and of the cast that you won't have seen before. The only downside is that all the photographs are black and white and none are colour and that there isn't more information.
I would actually recommend Jerry Seinfeld the Entire Domain instead of this book as it has a lot more information.
Since the final episodes are never shown as a one hour episode any more this book does cover both of the final two episodes. I realise the final episode was a one day special in the USA but not everyone lived in America and saw the two episodes as one when they were aired and a lot of people do enjoy watching them over and over again as the two. The book itself mentions they are two now as well. Either way if you are talking about one episode or two episodes it is the same episode and that is what this book is about.
This book is mostly imagery--photography--with "commentary" by the cast. At the same time, for the more intellectual/reader-type Seinfeld fan, the sentences beside each photograph are extremely interesting and usually funny too. These commentaries are by the 4 main members of the cast. If there is anything bad said about this book, it must only be because the rater expected more text or something. The photographs are excellent--they tell enough themselves.

After reading this book, the re-runs won't be the same to me again. (in a great way!)