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by Monte Merrick

eBook Memphis Blue epub
  • ISBN: 0140147918
  • Author: Monte Merrick
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (September 6, 1990)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1188 kb
  • FB2 size 1791 kb
  • Formats azw docx lit lrf


Writers: Monte Merrick. Producers: David Puttnam, Catherine Wyler. Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide. Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

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Great read and powerful reminder that our boys in blue are more than a number and uniform.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Great read and powerful reminder that our boys in blue are more than a number and uniform. Jan 16, 2017 Catherine Elliott rated it it was ok.

I recommend this book to anyone and everyone. Makes the film make sense. com User, October 5, 1999. I finally got hold of this book a couple of years ago, and just cna'r stop reading it. I love the film to bits (despite its inaccuracies!). I fyou have seen the film, this book will explain amny things which are not immediately obvious in it, if you haven't, it should inspire you to!

Memphis Belle is a 1990 British-American war drama film directed by Michael Caton-Jones and written by Monte Merrick. The film features an all-star cast with Matthew Modine, Eric Stoltz, and Harry Connick Jr. (in his film debut) in leading roles

Memphis Belle is a 1990 British-American war drama film directed by Michael Caton-Jones and written by Monte Merrick. (in his film debut) in leading roles.

Published by Berkley, 1990. ISBN 10: 0425123138, ISBN 13: 9780425123133. View all copies of this book. Published by Berkley. ISBN 10: 0425123138 ISBN 13: 9780425123133.

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Monte Merrick, who wrote the screenplay for the 1990 World War II drama Memphis Belle, directed by Michael Caton-Jones and starring Matthew Modine and Eric Stoltz, has died. He was 65. Merrick died March 24 in Santa Monica following a battle with cancer, his friend John Henry Davis said. Merrick also co-wrote Mr. Baseball (1992), directed by Fred Schepisi, about an aging player (Tom Selleck) who continues his career in Japan. And he penned the script for 8 Seconds (1994), a movie about bull riding that was directed by John Avildsen.

Dirty book! DANNY I'll take it. Clay tosses the paperback to Danny: God's . Then Jack grabs Danny's composition book. The plane breaks out above the clouds into dazzling blue sky and bright sun. It's spectacularly beautiful. Clay tosses the paperback to Danny: God's Little Acre, with a lurid cover. Another plane comes up on its left: Baby Ruth.

Comments: (7)
Ironrunner
I bought this more out of curiosity than anything else. The film Memphis Belle (1990) is a favorite of mine and I was interested in seeing how it developed from story to screen. Naturally, if you have seen the film you know what to expect as the book proved to be a pretty standard novelization.

That said, there is some interesting aspects to the book. Merrick had intended to write a script for a British bomber crew but consented to an American story for marketing purposes. Another change occurred when Catherine Wyler signed on to produce, as the script was altered to convey the actual Memphis Belle rather than a nondescript crew on their last mission. This latter change can be detected in both the film and the book as the airplane's significance shifts between 'first in the 8AF' and 'first in their group' to complete their tour-of-duty.

Famed historian Roger A. Freeman consulted on the film and it shows more-so here than in the movie. No, this isn't Bernie Lay or Joseph Heller, but just the same, it is a fun little read with a not-so-bad take on the air war in Europe.
Macage
This is favorite periods in history. It was a time that ordinary men and women stepped forward and were transformed into heroes in a dark time. these were the kind of people that we were once. It is a great book and I enjoy the book and will read again. Many books these days miss the feel of the feel of the age.
Boyn
O.K.
grand star
Sticks close to movie: No surprise since author was screenwriter. Helps movie-watchers "keep track" of technicalities. No memorable lines unless you are unaware of the cliches. I just ordered the older book by Duerksen "M- B-: Home At Last" to get the REAL biographies of who was really on the plane. But, I highly recommend the great true story & writing of Makos' " A Higher Call" which gives both German fighter pilot's view[in 1st half] & American bomber view of a seemingly bizarre incident, & two back-up stories, of one of the most riveting true stories of the war. Turns out that chivalry was common in the air war.
Ferri - My name
Very hard to put down! Graphic details show how it would have been at 25,000 feet in the air trying to stay alive while beig shot at from everuy possible angle.
Qwert
I finally got hold of this book a couple of years ago, and just cna'r stop reading it. I love the film to bits (despite its inaccuracies!). I fyou have seen the film, this book will explain amny things which are not immediately obvious in it, if you haven't, it should inspire you to!
Manarius
perfect condition, thank you.
I thought the book was about the Memphis Belle. But it was only the screen play. It was like reading the movie word for word. I wanted to read the real story of the Memphis Belle.
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