Chaplin (The Movie makers). In addition to being a regular at comics Denis Gifford was a British writer. He specialized in the history of popular entertainments such as comic books and horror films.
Chaplin (The Movie makers). 0385011237 (ISBN13: 9780385011235). In his lengthy career, he wrote and drew for British comics; wrote more than fifty books on various topics; devised, compiled and contributed to popular programmes for radio and television; and other, related work, including film. In addition to being a regular at comics conventions, Gifford helped established the genre in Britain with Comics 101 in 1976, attended by dealers and comic artists.
Denis Gifford made a fun book
Denis Gifford made a fun book. 5 people found this helpful. From the late nineteenth century black and white slide shows of French film maker and sometimes actor Georges Méliès to the Technicolor drive in pictures of the early 1970's, "A Pictorial History Of Horror Movies" is jammed packed with amazing photos of some of the world's most famous and best beloved horror flicks along with rare "lost" silent films and more.
Well illustrated with color and black and white photos. There is a small brown stain on a few of the top back pages toward the inside but in no way detract from the book.
Select Format: Hardcover. Well illustrated with color and black and white photos. ISBN13:9780385011235. Release Date:January 1974.
A movie about the troubled and controversial life of the master comedy filmmaker Charlie Chaplin. The biography of Charlie Chaplin, filmmaker extraordinaire. From his formative years in England to his highest successes in America, Chaplin's life, work, and loves are followed. While his screen characters were extremely hilarious, the man behind "The Little Tramp" was constantly haunted by a sense of loss.
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Home Gifford, Denis The Comic Art Of Charlie Chaplin. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Comic Art Of Charlie Chaplin. The Comic Art Of Charlie Chaplin. Published by Hawk Books, 1989. ISBN 10: 0948248211, ISBN 13: 9780948248214.