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Magill's Cinema Annual: A Survey of the Films of 2009


Magill’s Cinema Annual: A Survey of the Films of 2009


$3.95


"Magill’s Cinema Annual" offers an in-depth retrospective of significant domestic and foreign films released in the U.S. Distinguishing features include its extensive credits, awards and nominations, MPAA ratings, eight indexes, and most importantly its exhaustive critical reviews with author bylines.

Screen World, Volume 61: The Films of 2009


Screen World, Volume 61: The Films of 2009


$35.29


Movie fans eagerly await each new edition of Screen World, the definitive record of the cinema since 1949. Volume 61 provides an illustrated listing of every significant American and foreign film released in the United States in 2009, documented with more than 1,000 color and black-and-white photographs. This new edition of Screen World highlights the highest-grossing film of all time, Avatar, and such other Best Picture nominees as Up in the Air, starring George Clooney; the sleeper success The Blind Side with Sandra Bullock; Pixar’s latest hit, Up; Brad Pitt in Inglourious Basterds; Kathryn Bigelow’s award-laden The Hurt Locker; and Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire, with Mo’Nique and newcomer Gabourey Sidibe. Screen World’s outstanding features include a color section of highlights and a comprehensive index with over 19,000 entries; full-page photographs of the four Academy Award-winning actors as well as photos of all acting nominees; a look at the year’s most promising new screen personalities; complete film information: cast and characters, credits, production company, date released, rating, capsule plot summary, and running time; biographical entries: a priceless reference on nearly 2,500 living stars, including real name, school, and date and place of birth; and obituaries for 2009.

The Futurist: The Life and Films of James Cameron


The Futurist: The Life and Films of James Cameron


$14.5


With the release of "Avatar" in December 2009, James Cameron cements his reputation as king of sci-fi and blockbuster filmmaking. It’s a distinction he’s long been building, through a directing career that includes such cinematic landmarks as "The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss," and the highest grossing movie of all time, "Titanic." "The Futurist" is the first in-depth look at every aspect of this audacious creative genius–culminating in an exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpse of the making of "Avatar," the movie that promises to utterly transform the way motion pictures are created and perceived. As decisive a break with the past as the transition from silents to talkies, "Avatar" pushes 3-D, live action, and photo-realistic CGI to a new level. It rips through the emotional barrier of the screen to transport the audience to a fabulous new virtual world. With cooperation from the often reclusive Cameron, author Rebecca Keegan has crafted a singularly revealing portrait of the director’s life and work. We meet the young truck driver who sees "Star Wars" and sets out to learn how to make even better movies himself–starting by taking apart the first 35mm camera he rented to see how it works. We observe the neophyte director deciding over lunch with Arnold Schwarzenegger that the ex-body builder turned actor is wrong in every way for the Terminator role as written, but perfect regardless. After the success of "The Terminator," Cameron refines his special-effects wizardry with a big-time Hollywood budget in the creation of the relentlessly exciting "Aliens." He builds an immense underwater set for "The Abyss" in the massive containment vessel of an abandoned nuclear power plant–where he pushes his scuba-breathing cast to and sometimes past their physical and emotional breaking points (including a white rat that Cameron saved from drowning by performing CPR). And on the set of "Titanic," the director struggles to stay in charge when someone maliciously spikes craft services’ mussel chowder with a massive dose of PCP, rendering most of the cast and crew temporarily psychotic. Now, after his movies have earned over $5 billion at the box office, James Cameron is astounding the world with the most expensive, innovative, and ambitious movie of his career. For decades the moviemaker has been ready to tell the "Avatar" story but was forced to hold off his ambitions until technology caught up with his vision. Going beyond the technical ingenuity and narrative power that Cameron has long demonstrated, "Avatar" shatters old cinematic paradigms and ushers in a new era of storytelling." " " The Futurist" is the story of the man who finally brought movies into the twenty-first century.

Conversations with Woody Allen: His Films, the Movies, and Moviemaking


Conversations with Woody Allen: His Films, the Movies, and Moviemaking


$22.16


In discussions that begin in 1971 and end in 2009, Allen talks about every facet of moviemaking through the prism of his own work as well as the larger world of film, and in so doing reveals an artist’s development over the course of his career. He speaks about his influences and about the genesis of his ideas; about writing, casting, acting, shooting, directing, editing, and scoring–and throughout shows himself to be thoughtful, honest, self-deprecating, always witty, and often hilarious.

Films III


Films III


$21.99


Jean-François Dupuis Films III – Art Print

Films VI


Films VI


$21.99


Jean-François Dupuis Films VI – Art Print

Horror Films


Horror Films


$12.95


Buy Horror Films by James Marriott in Paperback for the low price of 12.95. Find this product in Performing Arts > Film & Video – History & Criticism.

Samurai Films


Samurai Films


$17.95


Buy Samurai Films by Roland Thorne in Paperback for the low price of 17.95. Find this product in Performing Arts > Film & Video – Guides & Reviews.

100% Films


100% Films


$39.95


For piano and voice. Vocal Music. Performance book. 102 pages. Published by Carisch Edition

Wildlife Films


Wildlife Films


$25.57


If, as many argue, movies and television have become Western culture’s premier storytelling media, so too have they become, for most members of society, the primary source of encounters with the natural world–particularly wild animals. The television fare offered nightly by national and cable networks such as PBS and the Discovery Channel provides millions of viewers with their only experience of the wilderness and its inhabitants. The very films that so many viewers take as accurate portrayals of wildlife, however, have evolved primarily as a form of entertainment, following the established codes and conventions of narrative exposition. The result has been not the representation of nature, but its wholesale reconstruction and reconfiguration according to film and television conventions, audience expectations, and the demands of competition in the media marketplace. "Wildlife Films" traces the genealogy of the nature film, from its origins as the "animal locomotion" studies that mark the very beginnings of motion pictures themselves, to the founding of the Animal Planet cable channel that boasts "all animals, all the time." The narrative and thematic elements that unite wildlife films as a genre have their roots not in the documentary film tradition, but in the older traditions of oral and written animal fables as reflections of human society. Bouse contends that classic wildlife films often portray animal protagonists living in families modeled on an ideal of the human nuclear family and working in communities that resemble an ideal of bucolic human society. In these stories–presented as documentaries–animals are motivated by human emotions and conduct relationshipsaccording to human customs. This imposition of culturally satisfying narrative patterns upon the lives of animals has not only led to the misrepresentation of the natural world; it has promoted the notion that our values, our moral vision, our models of society and family structure derive from nature, rather than being cultural formations.

Films II


Films II


$21.99


Jean-François Dupuis Films II – Art Print

Composing for the Films


Composing for the Films


$27.94


This classic account of the nature of film music aesthetics was first published in 1947. Its value comes from a unique combination of talents and experience enjoyed by the book’s authors. Eisler’s time in Hollywood gave him a particular insight into the technical questions that arise for composers when music is used in the production of films, while Adorno was able to contribute on wide aesthetic and sociological matters, as well as music specific questions. Above all, Eisler and Adorno envisaged Composing for the Films as a contribution to the study of modern, industrialized culture, and so it was. So much so that sixty years later it remains a relevant, useful text, with an important place in the cannon of cultural studies.

Animated Films


Animated Films


$3.95


Animated film is enjoying a glorious new era, comparable to its initial Golden Age of the 1930s and 1940s. With the advent of computer animation, it could now be described as our biggest special effect. The best animated films have always combined the latest technology with inventive storytelling invention to produce a uniquely magical quality that stresses cinema’s dreamlike aura. This book covers the spectrum, from Disney classics such as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to Nick Park’s "The Wrong Trousers," It examines pioneering films in the field of computer-generated animation, such as "Toy Story, Shrek," and "Finding Nemo,"

Films IV


Films IV


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Films IV Art Print by Jean-François Dupuis. Product size approximately 13 x 19 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Films V


Films V


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Films V Art Print by Jean-François Dupuis. Product size approximately 19 x 13 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Crime Films


Crime Films


$55.05


Focusing on ten films that span the range of the twentieth century, Thomas Leitch traces the transformation of three figures common to all crime films: the criminal, the victim and the avenger. He shows how the distinctions among them become blurred throughout the course of the century, reflecting and fostering a deep social ambivalence towards crime and criminals. The criminal, victim and avenger characters effectively map the shifting relations between subgenres (such as the erotic thriller and the police film) within the larger genre of crime film.

The Disney Films


The Disney Films


$4.3


A complete update of America’s best-known and highly respected film critic’s take on the films produced by The Walt Disney Company.

Fellinis Films


Fellinis Films


$7.49


From the early cinematic career of Frank Capra to the psychologically revealing films of Martin Scorsese, the books in this series offer an authoritative guide to the study of film and its trends by studying individual filmmakers and cinematic movements.

Diamond Films


Diamond Films


$260


Discusses the most advanced techniques for diamond growth Assists diamond researchers in deciding on the most suitable process conditions Inspires readers to devise new CVD (chemical vapor depositionEver since the early 1980s, and the discovery of the vapour growth methods of diamond film, heteroexpitaxial growth has become one of the most important and heavily discussed topics amongst the diamond research community. Kobashi has documented such discussions with a strong focus on how diamond films can be best utilised as an industrial material, working from the premise that crystal diamond films can be made by chemical vapour disposition. Kobashi provides information on the process and characterization technologies of oriented and heteroepitaxial growth of diamond films.

Printed Films


Printed Films


$290


Whilst printed films are currently used in varied devices across a wide range of fields, research into their development and properties is increasingly uncovering even greater potential. Printed films provides comprehensive coverage of the most significant recent developments in printed films and their applications. Materials and properties of printed films are the focus of part one, beginning with a review of the concepts, technologies and materials involved in their production and use. Printed films as electrical components and silicon metallization for solar cells are discussed, as are conduction mechanisms in printed film resistors, and thick films in packaging and microelectronics. Part two goes on to review the varied applications of printed films in devices. Printed resistive sensors are considered, as is the role of printed films in capacitive, piezoelectric and pyroelectric sensors, mechanical micro-systems and gas sensors. The applications of printed films in biosensors, actuators, heater elements, varistors and polymer solar cells are then explored, followed by a review of screen printing for the fabrication of solid oxide fuel cells and laser printed micro- and meso-scale power generating devices. With its distinguished editors and international team of expert contributors, Printed films is a key text for anyone working in such fields as microelectronics, fuel cell and sensor technology in both industry and academia.

International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers: Films


International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers: Films


$22.14


Students of film and film buffs alike will find inspiration in the updated and expanded edition of "International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers." Your patrons won’t find a more conclusive work on the most-studied artists and works than in this set, which now includes portraits and movie stills. You’ll find thorough coverage of legendary films, actors and actresses, directors, writers and other production artists through a detailed essay and comments by an expert. Entries also include biographies, filmographies, comprehensive credits, production information, major awards and bibliographies.

Studying British Cinema: 1999-2009


Studying British Cinema: 1999-2009


$31.49


"Studying British Cinema: 1999–2009" adopts a number of approaches to popularist, mainstream, and esoteric arthouse films. The book considers the institutional and financial factors that influence U.K. film production and assesses issues of genre, representation, authorship, and social, economic, and political contexts. The growth of coproduction is considered by looking at both Aardman Animation and the Harry Potter franchise (2001 to the present). Representations of social class factor into films as diverse as "Red Road" (2006) and "Love, Actually" (2003), and developments in social realism, primarily by female directors, are examined. The revival of the British science fiction and horror film is also covered in detail, and ethnic groups and new economic migrants are viewed in two separate chapters, as well as the growth of films concerning British protagonists in Africa. One section offers a close analysis of two of the most important directors of the decade: Michael Winterbottom and Shane Meadows.

Slices DVD Movie 2009


Slices DVD Movie 2009


$17.15


SLICES is an anthology horror movie in the vein of such films as THE TWILIGHT ZONE or the CREEPSHOW series – five different stories, five different styles with a wrap around that ties all of them together. The Exterminator, is very much in the style of SAW or HOSTEL. It centers on a big business CEO who gets kidnapped and tortured by one of his own henchmen. The Range, is a period piece set in 1880′s Old West. It features three Confederate soldiers on the run who come face to face with flesheating zombies. Turnout, is about a young couple and their friend who are hiking in the mountains when they start getting killed off by a madman. Night Scream, is the tale of a bloodthirsty female vampire who stumbles upon a house full of unsuspecting college kids. Finally, Dead Letters, is a yarn about a book author who still carries a torch for his dead wife, and discovers a way to reanimate her when he receives a mysterious package in the mail. The cast includes Trent (GIMME SKELTER) Haaga, Chuck (BUBBA HO-TEP) Williams, David C. (MACHINED) Hayes and Death Metal Hall of Famer Matt Olivo of Repulsion; the makeup FX were created by Rich Knight (The Omen, X-Men: The Last Stand) and Larry S. Carr (Friday the 13th) and Al Cortez.

Movies Made for Television, 2005-2009


Movies Made for Television, 2005-2009


$27.01


In 2005, Scarecrow published Movies Made for Television, 1964-2004, a five-volume reference set commemorating 40 years of every made for TV film since See How They Run debuted in 1964. These books provided a comprehensive listing of every television film and mini-series, detailing each film’s original network, airdate, and length of broadcast. In this latest volume, Marill adds another five years of television films, providing information for an additional 400 works produced between 2005 and 2009. Along with a brief summary, entries also include extensive production credits (director, writer, producer, composer, director of photography, and editor) and a complete cast and character listing. With a chronology of the films, an appendix of movies adapted from other sources, and separate indexes for actors and directors, Movies Made for Television, 2005-2009 is a welcome addition to a resource highly regarded by scholars and historians of television and popular culture.

Steampunk Films (Film Guide): Castle in the Sky, Time After Time, the Golden Compass, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the Prestige


Steampunk Films (Film Guide): Castle in the Sky, Time After Time, the Golden Compass, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the Prestige


$12.84


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Castle in the Sky, the Golden Compass, the Prestige, Hellboy Ii: the Golden Army, Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events, Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa, Stardust, Atlantis: the Lost Empire, Wild Wild West, Hellboy, 9, the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Steamboy, Return to Oz, Howl’s Moving Castle, Brotherhood of the Wolf, the Time Machine, Around the World in 80 Days, the American Astronaut, Princes et Princesses, Back to the Future Part Iii, Frankenstein, Van Helsing, the Time Machine, Perfect Creature, the Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello, Young Sherlock Holmes, Naruto the Movie 2: Legend of the Stone of Gelel, Kin-Dza-Dza , a Trip to the Moon, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Atlantis: Milo’s Return, Six-String Samurai, the Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, First Men in the Moon, Biggles: Adventures in Time, Sherlock Holmes, Vidocq, the Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells, Master of the World, Mysterious Island, the Impossible Voyage, the Adventures of Mark Twain, Van Helsing: the London Assignment, Windaria, the Fabulous World of Jules Verne, War-Gods of the Deep, the First Men in the Moon, Conquest of the Pole. Excerpt: 9 is a 2009 computer-animated fantasy /science fiction action adventure film directed by Shane Acker and produced by Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov . The film stars Elijah Wood, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Connelly, Crispin Glover, Martin Landau, and Christopher Plummer . It is based on Acker’s Academy Award -nominated 2005 short film of the same name . The screenplay for the film was written by Pamela Pettler. Casting for 9 was done by Mindy Marin, with production design by Robert St. Pierre and Fred Warter, and art direction by Christophe Vacher.Syndication In the US, Teen Cartoon aired 9 on Janua…

Films of Fact: A History of Science in Documentary Films and Television


Films of Fact: A History of Science in Documentary Films and Television


$31.99


Britain has long been recognised for its proud contribution to documentary cinema, yet its long tradition of scientific and medical documentaries remains underrepresented in the literature on nonfiction film. Films of Fact is the first in-depth history of the genre, which began with amateur hobbyists in the early twentieth century, played a key role in government post-war health programmes, and became a treasured part of popular culture with BBC2′s Horizon and the programming of Channel 4. Central to the narrative is Paul Rotha, a pioneering advocate of science broadcasting of the post-war period, and a figure second only to John Grierson in British documentary history, who helped nurture the collaborative ethos and practices that make scientific and medical documentaries a unique subgenre of documentary cinema. Written by a specialist scientific scholar, Films of Fact is a landmark text on a crucial yet rarely discussed aspect of British popular culture. Discussed are films such as "World of Plenty" (1943) and "Land of Promise" (1945), and television programmes such as "Horizon" (1964 onwards) and "Crucible: Science and Society" (1982).

 1959: The Year Everything Changed


1959: The Year Everything Changed


$15.95


A Washington Post Best Book of 2009″Fascinating . . . a cabinet of wonders. . . . Those who love the AMC series Mad Men, set just after the epochal year, will find much to love in Kaplan’s book.”—Los Angeles Times”Clever . . . Fun . . . Kaplan makes an intriguing case that 1959 was an authentic annus mirabellis.”—The Wall Street Journal”Enormously engaging. . . . Kaplan is wonderful at chronicling what changed and how.”—Washington Post”Immensely enjoyable reading. . . . A first-rate book.”—George Packer, The New Yorker”This sprawling, holistic joy of a book explores, expands, and provokes reassessment of an entire era—not just a year—in a way that is deeply satisfying and enlightening. Social, political, and historical commentary doesn’t get much better than this.”—Daily KosIt was the year of the microchip, the birth-control pill, the space race, and the computer revolution; the rise of Pop art, free jazz, “sick comics,” the New Journalism, and indie films; the emergence of Castro, Malcolm X, and personal superpower diplomacy; the beginnings of Motown, Happenings, and the Generation Gap—all bursting against the backdrop of the Cold War, the fallout-shelter craze, and the first American casualties of the war in Vietnam. Drawing on original research, untapped archives, and interviews with major figures of the time, Fred Kaplan pieces together the vast, untold story of a civilization in flux—and paints vivid portraits of the men and women whose inventions, ideas, and energy paved the way for the world we know today.

 1959: The Year Everything Changed


1959: The Year Everything Changed


$27.95


A Washington Post Best Book of 2009″Fascinating . . . a cabinet of wonders. . . . Those who love the AMC series Mad Men, set just after the epochal year, will find much to love in Kaplan’s book.”—Los Angeles Times”Clever . . . Fun . . . Kaplan makes an intriguing case that 1959 was an authentic annus mirabellis.”—The Wall Street Journal”Enormously engaging. . . . Kaplan is wonderful at chronicling what changed and how.”—Washington Post”Immensely enjoyable reading. . . . A first-rate book.”—George Packer, The New Yorker”This sprawling, holistic joy of a book explores, expands, and provokes reassessment of an entire era—not just a year—in a way that is deeply satisfying and enlightening. Social, political, and historical commentary doesn’t get much better than this.”—Daily KosIt was the year of the microchip, the birth-control pill, the space race, and the computer revolution; the rise of Pop art, free jazz, “sick comics,” the New Journalism, and indie films; the emergence of Castro, Malcolm X, and personal superpower diplomacy; the beginnings of Motown, Happenings, and the Generation Gap—all bursting against the backdrop of the Cold War, the fallout-shelter craze, and the first American casualties of the war in Vietnam. Drawing on original research, untapped archives, and interviews with major figures of the time, Fred Kaplan pieces together the vast, untold story of a civilization in flux—and paints vivid portraits of the men and women whose inventions, ideas, and energy paved the way for the world we know today.

 1959: The Year Everything Changed


1959: The Year Everything Changed


$15.95


A Washington Post Best Book of 2009″Fascinating . . . a cabinet of wonders. . . . Those who love the AMC series Mad Men, set just after the epochal year, will find much to love in Kaplan’s book.”—Los Angeles Times”Clever . . . Fun . . . Kaplan makes an intriguing case that 1959 was an authentic annus mirabellis.”—The Wall Street Journal”Enormously engaging. . . . Kaplan is wonderful at chronicling what changed and how.”—Washington Post”Immensely enjoyable reading. . . . A first-rate book.”—George Packer, The New Yorker”This sprawling, holistic joy of a book explores, expands, and provokes reassessment of an entire era—not just a year—in a way that is deeply satisfying and enlightening. Social, political, and historical commentary doesn’t get much better than this.”—Daily KosIt was the year of the microchip, the birth-control pill, the space race, and the computer revolution; the rise of Pop art, free jazz, “sick comics,” the New Journalism, and indie films; the emergence of Castro, Malcolm X, and personal superpower diplomacy; the beginnings of Motown, Happenings, and the Generation Gap—all bursting against the backdrop of the Cold War, the fallout-shelter craze, and the first American casualties of the war in Vietnam. Drawing on original research, untapped archives, and interviews with major figures of the time, Fred Kaplan pieces together the vast, untold story of a civilization in flux—and paints vivid portraits of the men and women whose inventions, ideas, and energy paved the way for the world we know today.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music


2000-2009 Best Movie Music


$15.54


The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$9.95


Used – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$29.49


Used – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$10.45


New – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$10.5


Used – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$9.95


New – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$11.91


Used – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$9.95


Used – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal


$10.46


Used – The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal/Guitar


2000-2009 Best Movie Music: Piano/Vocal/Guitar


$19.99


The 2000s brought the spectacular music of Harry Potter, the Star Wars prequels, revivals of Superman and Indiana Jones, plus countless hot, new soundtracks to films like Mamma Mia!, August Rush, The Dark Knight, Music and Lyrics, The Notebook, Once, Where the Wild Things Are, and countless others. The most memorable songs and themes are all here to play and sing from this handsome volume of more than 250 pages.

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


$17.24


New – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films o

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


$16.37


Used – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


$17.11


New – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films o

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


$19.63


Used – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


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New – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films o

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


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Used – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films

 2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


2009 in Pakistan: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani Cricket Team in Australia in 2009-10, Pco Judges Case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra Riots


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Used – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Violence in Pakistan 2006-09, Drone attacks in Pakistan, Operation Black Thunderstorm, Pakistani cricket team in Australia in 2009-10, PCO Judges case, 2009 Pakistan Premier League, 2009 Gojra riots, Second Battle of Swat, Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 2008-09, 2009 Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crash, 2009 Karachi floods, Pakistani films
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