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.... sent countless happy couples to the altar but now is competing with online dating services, after spending yet another New Yeara#39;s ... Cast Faith Ford (Susan Flowers), Dyan Cannon (Kay Flowers), Cameron Daddo (Iosh Sherman), Hal Linden (Arthur Wright), ... to be the off-camera voice of K.I.T.T., the spiffy, jazzed- up Ford Mustang, replacing Will Arnett, who had a commercial conflict. ... 5686 Knights of Bloodsteel (Sci-Fi, 4/19/2009 and 4/20/2009, 2 Parts, 120 minutes each, 4 hours).
|Title||:||Movies Made for Television|
|Author||:||Alvin H. Marill|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2010-10-11|