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  • 6The Wizard of Oz FAQ: All That's Left to Know About Life According to Oz , David J. Hogan (2014)
    THE WIZARD OF OZ FAQ is a fact-filled celebration of the beloved 1939 fantasy masterpiece starring Judy Garland. It's all here from L. Frank Baum and his Oz novels to the complete background story of… 430.2 руб

  • 7Stephen King Films FAQ: All That's Left to Know about the King of Horror on Film , Scott Von Doviak (2014)
    Over the past four decades, the Stephen King movie has become a genre unto itself. The prolific writers works have spawned well over 100 adaptations for both the big and small screen, ranging from… 934.5 руб

  • 8Modern Sci-Fi Films FAQ: All Thats Left to Know About Time Travel, Alien, Robot, and Out-of-This-World Movies Since 1970 , Tom Demichael (2014)
    Many science fiction movies from the last 40 years have blazed new vistas for viewers. Theyve reached further into the future, traveled longer into the past, soared deeper into the vastness of the… 2628 руб

  • 9Doctor Who FAQ: All Thats Left to Know About the Most Famous Time Lord in the Universe , Dave Thompson (2013)
    Doctor Who is indisputably the most successful and beloved series on UK TV, and the most watched series in the history of BBC America. Doctor Who FAQ tells the complete story of its American success… 1635

  • 10South Park FAQ: All That`s Left to Know About the Who, What, Where, When and %$* of America`s Favorite Mountain Town , Dave Thompson (2014)
    There are few modern animated television shows that could survive over a decade and a half and remain as funny . . . or as stupid . . . or as sick . . . or as depraved . . . today as when they… 2622

  • 11Russia , Simon Richmond (2009)
    Join the thunderous applause for sublime ballet dancers in the Bolshoi Theatre. Perfect your banya etiquette before joining in this steamy Russian ritual. Surround yourself with majestic rugged… 1235

  • 12Arms and the Man , Bernard Shaw (1976)
    Arms and the Man is a comedy by George Bernard Shaw, whose title comes from the opening words of Virgil's Aeneid in Latin: Arma virumque cano ( "Arms and the man I sing" ). The play was first… 560 руб

  • 13The Mother-Light , Unknown Author (2015)
    Excerpt from The Mother-Light: A Novel Up went the curtain at the Garden Theatre on the third act of the Morals of the Marchioness. A boudoir - the Marchioness`s; her maid Therese moving about alone… 1531

  • 14I Love You, Too! , Foreman, Michael (2014)
    Little Bear doesn`t want to go to sleep, so he tries everything he can think of to distract his father, and in the end it`s an exhausted dad who falls asleep! `Michael Foreman deserves all the… 607

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