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Lights on at Signpost by George MacDonald…

Lights on at Signpost (2002)

by George MacDonald Fraser

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George MacDonald Fraser was a wonderful person and writer. Just the typewriter and film artwork on the front cover of this book is worth five stars. The content is worth another five, so, well done George, ten stars in all. ( )
  Novak | Mar 30, 2018 |
Comments on film writing, including famous actors he has worked with, and the general state of the world, especially Great Britain, by the author of the Flashman series.
  ritaer | Apr 20, 2014 |
A great writer pens a awespme memoir. Great book.
  ocianain | Mar 31, 2007 |
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"In a screenwriting career spanning thirty years and encompassing Hollywood, Pinewood, Cinecitta and film sets worldwide, George MacDonald Fraser worked with some of the greatest legends of the film world including Steve McQueen, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Charlton Heston, Cubby Broccoli, Christopher Lee, Burt Lancaster, Raquel Welch, Federico Fellini and Oliver Reed. Now he shares his recollections of those encounters, providing a glimpse behind tbe scenes." "He looks back also to a time before political correctness and permissiveness, and contrasts those enlightened days with the insanities of the present, lamenting the damage that has been done to Britain in the last fifty years and castigating those responsible."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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