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The Princess Bride: A Celebration

4.41 of 5 stars 4.41  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  8 reviews
The first and only official companion to the iconic film. One of the most hilarious, romantic, adventurous, and best-loved movies of all time, The Princess Bride is a touchstone in the lives of generations of moviegoers. Now, for the first time, millions of fans will have the opportunity to own the first book to celebrate the magic, memories, and derring-do of the seminal ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published September 25th 2012 by Universe
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John Mccormack
Maybe my favourite move ever.It was fun reading early script and recognizing later changes.The drawings of the sets were a nice touch.A nice companion to the book,the movie,and William Goldman's book about the making of the movie.A dweam wiffin a dweam.
Winter Sophia Rose
Funny, Informative & Beautiful Photo Memorabilia!
This was as exciting to spy at my local bookstore as was picking up 'The Making of Star Trek' at a thrift store for a quarter.
There is so much that goes on behind the camera, and I'm so glad Rob finally published a book behind one of his many great films. I've literally waited for this to hit a self since I first saw 'The Princess Bride' when I was eleven!
So much to take in. Costumes, props, SCRIPTS, locations, sword play, and I could just go on, but why spoil it?
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I wish there were more notes, as one Amazon reviewer said, it's more of a scrapbook then anything, although I still loved going through, and reading out snippets of the script. All in all it just brought back how much I love the movie, and how badly I need to reread the original book (one of my all time favourites!)
Almost as good as watching the movie...wuv, twuu wuv. Even after watching it at least a bazillion times since I was probably about 12 if not younger (Not sure when I first watched it, one of those movies that has always been there.) I still laugh out loud at that part.
Norma Ruttan
I loved the photos and the famous texts taken from the movie. It makes a wonderful addition to my small collection of books pertaining to films!
Disappointed that the script was incomplete. A lot of filler, but the interviews were great.
Jan 10, 2013 Lisa rated it 5 of 5 stars
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