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E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial From Concept to…
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E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial From Concept to Classic: The Illustrated Story… (udgave 2002)

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E.T. is the movie that created one of the most recognized icons of the twentieth century, and has become the enduring classic about a remarkable friendship between a boy and an alien visitor. And this is the only book that tells the story of how the movie was conceived and made. Here are stories from director Steven Spielberg, writer Melissa Mathison, producer Kathleen Kennedy, child stars Henry Thomas and Drew Barrymore, and members of the crew. Spielberg and Mathison tell us how E.T. evolved from Spielberg's concept into Mathison's screenplay. We learn about the mechanics of how the alien was made to walk, talk, eat, and phone home. We go on the set to discover, firsthand, how the most memorable scenes were filmed, including the scene of the boys flying over the moon and the good-bye scene that had us in tears. Lavishly illustrated, with full-color stills and behind-the-scenes photographs, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial from Concept to Classic includes the complete screenplay, as well as excerpts from the reviews and feature stories that appeared when the film was first released in 1982. Here is a book that puts you in the director's chair during the making of one of the most extraordinary films ever created.… (mere)
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Titel:E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial From Concept to Classic: The Illustrated Story of the Film and Filmmakers (Newmarket Pictorial Moviebook)
Forfattere:Steven Spielberg (Forfatter)
Info:Newmarket Press (2002), Edition: 1, 192 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial: The Illustrated Story of the Film and The Filmmakers (Newmarket Pictorial Movebooks) af Laurent Bouzereau

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The main character in E.T is a 10 years old named Elliott,
He has a one brother and one sister.
One night Elliott encounters E.T who was accidentally left the earth alone.
Elliott protect and help him from U.S goverment that is aware of the E.T's spaceship.
If I were Elliott,I caught E.T and sold him to get a lot of money.
  sonobe | Jul 6, 2011 |
This story is very famous around the world.

E.T. is an alien. He had been left on the earth.

A boy, Elliott found him and made friends.

But after a while scintist try to catch E.T.

Ending of this story, as you know, was moved.

If you have never read it, you should read it. ( )
  nanoc | Dec 16, 2009 |
The spaceship came to earth. When they go back their star, E.T. is left behind. The boy who name is Elliott found E.T. He try to protect E.T. from scientist .
I have seen this movie. This story is really impressive because E.T. and Elliott always do the best for each other. ( )
  nyanyanhoi | Jul 19, 2009 |
I like this movie very much. I was impressed with ties between E.T. and the boy. ( )
  megu511 | Jan 14, 2008 |
This is famous for movie,and I like it.So I rent it.
One day,E.T. comes to Earth with his friends on a spaceship.But, the spaceship gose without him.So, E.T.is alone.Then, a boy his name is Elliot find E.T.Elliot is a human,and E.T. is a being from outer space.But they make good relationship.They like each oter.
I like this book,because the last scene -they separate,makes me impressed. ( )
  erikakawai | Jan 8, 2008 |
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E.T. is the movie that created one of the most recognized icons of the twentieth century, and has become the enduring classic about a remarkable friendship between a boy and an alien visitor. And this is the only book that tells the story of how the movie was conceived and made. Here are stories from director Steven Spielberg, writer Melissa Mathison, producer Kathleen Kennedy, child stars Henry Thomas and Drew Barrymore, and members of the crew. Spielberg and Mathison tell us how E.T. evolved from Spielberg's concept into Mathison's screenplay. We learn about the mechanics of how the alien was made to walk, talk, eat, and phone home. We go on the set to discover, firsthand, how the most memorable scenes were filmed, including the scene of the boys flying over the moon and the good-bye scene that had us in tears. Lavishly illustrated, with full-color stills and behind-the-scenes photographs, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial from Concept to Classic includes the complete screenplay, as well as excerpts from the reviews and feature stories that appeared when the film was first released in 1982. Here is a book that puts you in the director's chair during the making of one of the most extraordinary films ever created.

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