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Steven Jay Rubin

Steven Jay Rubin is a noted film historian, motion picture producer, documentarian, and the author of The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia.
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The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia
The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia (4 Formats) ›
By Steven Jay Rubin
Trade Paper Price 35.00

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Published Nov 2020

Ian Fleming’s James Bond character has entertained motion picture audiences for nearly sixty years, and the filmmakers have come a long way since they spent $1 million producing the very first James Bond movie, Dr. No, in 1962. The 2015 Bond title, Spectre, cost $250 million and grossed $881 million worldwide—and 2020's No Time to Die is certain to become another global blockbuster. The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia is the completely up-to-date edition of author Steven Jay Rubin’s seminal work on the James Bond film series. It covers the entire series through No Time to Die. Packed with behind-the-scenes information based on interviews with the cast and filmmakers, fascinating facts, trivia, bloopers, classic quotes, character bios, and cast and filmmaker bios, it showcases the type of exhaustive research that has been a hallmark of Rubin’s work in film history. It also features hundreds of rare and unusual still photographs of the participants both in front of and behind the camera.
The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia
The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia (4 Formats) ›
By Steven Jay Rubin
Trade Paper Price 32.00

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Published Nov 2017

Since its 1959 debut, The Twilight Zone has been an indelible part of the American cultural fabric and remains one of TV’s most influential series. Assembled with the full cooperation of the Rod Serling estate, this fact-filled collectible includes biographies of every principal actor involved in the series, and detailed descriptions of the characters they played. The hundreds who toiled behind the scenes—producer, writers, and directors—enjoy a place of equal prominence. The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia is two books in one: an episode-by-episode guide and a compendium of credits, plot synopses, anecdotes, production details, never-before-seen images, and interviews with nearly everyone still alive who was associated with the show.