olled in Bill Idelson's writing class and are now seated in Bill and Seemah's kitchen with other students at a pine table that once belonged to Humphrey Bogart and was bought at his estate auction in Beverly Hills.
You took the class because Bill's students are reputed to get jobs in television and movies more consistently than those who have come from other classes in the country.
Bill is now ready to begin the first session, and you will experience his course from beginning to end, and the rest is up to you.
Learn how to write for television from someone who really did it. Bill has written for Get Smart, The Flintstones, MASH, Happy Days, The Bob Newhart Show, The Andy Griffith Show, and many more. Two sample scripts from The Andy Griffith Show and Get Smart round out your lessons!
184 pages. Illustrated. 2007. Paperback. Appendices include two sample television scripts.
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