|Patterns (1957) [Collection]|
by Rod Serling
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(From the publisher):
Four famous plays by a brilliant young writer for the world's newest form of entertainment - TV.
- The Rack
- Old MacDonald Had a Curve
- Requiem for a Heavyweight
Together with his own commentary and in-studio
photographs - Rod Serling's frank appraisal of television and motion pictures, today.
Rod Serling is one of the most successful television writers in America today. Over 100 of his plays have been produced; two have been made into motion pictures.
This book offers a close look at:
HIS WORK: Complete scripts of four of his most famous plays, each with Serling's informal and illuminating commentary.
HIS LIFE: Serling describes the hard road to the top, he tells what he found when he "arrived", what he thinks of sponsors, advertising agencies and networks, and how he came to write a hit which made him rich and famous overnight.
Original title: Patterns
Genre: Drama and Plays→ American
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