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Cold Feet The Best Bits Paperback – 16 Oct 2000

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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Andre Deutsch Ltd (16 Oct. 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0233999248
  • ISBN-13: 978-0233999241
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 18.4 x 24.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 102,224 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
Those who find they can't get enough of this exceptionally well-directed and absolutely delightful (albeit rather racy!) comedy-drama will, I am sure, enjoy this informative and humourous companion book.
The book covers the pilot plus the first two series (the last episode of which is the millenium New Year's). Subtitled "the Best Bits," the book provides the reader with the scripts for a couple of choice scenes from each episode, and I must admit I was surprised to find just how interesting (and indeed funny) most of the scripts were to read. Additionally, the writer, directors, producer, publicist, and actors all take part in introducing the scenes.
Among the things one discovers are: how the show came about, how the characters were cast, what provided the inspiration for certain scenes, how the actors felt portraying certain scenes (ie. the "rose up the bum" scene!), and how certain effects were achieved. We are also told about the scenes in which stuntmen were used and in which writer Mike Bullen makes a cameo appearance. I should just mention, lest anyone be disappointed, that this is a book about the series and its creation. It does not, therefore, have biographies or much in the way of personal information about the actors.
Physically, the book is soft cover, but in every other way it is the quality one would expect in a hardcover. The print is large and clear, and the paper is of an excellent quality: thick with a matte finish. There is an abundance of photographs taken from the series, a few of which are full page and the vast majority of which are in colour. The cover itself is thick and glossy. There are 224 pages and the dimensions are 9 1/2" x 7 1/2".
All in all, this is a fine book and one that will probably be thumbed through frequently with the reruns. Highly recommended.
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Format: Paperback
well,what can i say,if you love the series youve gotta read this book,everything you need to know about cold feet,you will be amazed,go out and buy it now you wont regret it, its a fantastic book
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HASH(0x9d53c27c) out of 5 stars An Informative & Enjoyable Companion to the TV Series 16 Aug. 2001
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Format: Paperback
Cold Feet may not be a typical British comedy; nevertheless, it is certainly one of the funniest. Those who find they can't get enough of this exceptionally well-directed, slightly off-beat, very modern (albeit rather racy!) comedy-drama will, I am sure, enjoy this informative and humourous companion book.
The book covers the pilot plus the first two series (the last episode of which is the millenium New Year's). Subtitled "the Best Bits," the book provides the reader with the scripts for a couple of choice scenes from each episode, and I must admit I was surprised to find just how interesting (and indeed funny) most of the scripts were to read. Additionally, the writer, directors, producer, publicist, and actors all take part in introducing the scenes.
Among the things one discovers are: how the show came about, how the characters were cast, what provided the inspiration for certain scenes, how the actors felt portraying certain scenes (ie. the "rose up the bum" scene!), and how certain effects were achieved. We are also told about the scenes in which stuntmen were used and in which writer Mike Bullen makes a cameo appearance. I should just mention, lest anyone be disappointed, that this is a book about the series and its creation. It does not, therefore, have biographies or much in the way of personal information about the actors.
Physically, the book is soft cover, but in every other way it is the quality one would expect in a hardcover. The print is large and clear, and the paper is of an excellent quality: thick with a matte finish. There is an abundance of photographs taken from the series, a few of which are full page and the vast majority of which are in colour. The cover itself is thick and glossy. There are 224 pages and the dimensions are 9 1/2" x 7 1/2".
All in all, this is a fine book and one that will probably be thumbed through frequently with the reruns. Highly recommended.
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