eBook POSEIDON ADVENTURE download
by Paul Gallico
Author: Paul Gallico
Publisher: Pan Books; 2nd edition (1971)
ePub: 1510 kb
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Data Gallico, Paul, 1897-1976. Beyond the Poseidon Adventure. Beyond the Poseidon Adventure is a book brought about wholly by modern times. It is a sequel, not to the original novel, but to the film made from that novel
Data Gallico, Paul, 1897-1976. It is a sequel, not to the original novel, but to the film made from that novel. The original novel, The Poseidon Adventure, was first published in 1969, then bought by producer Irwin Allen and made into a motion picture by him at Twentieth Century-Fox. It appeared in 1972 as the first of the highly successful series of catastrophe movies that followed it.
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Author Paul Gallico has created a dark masterpiece where he uses the disaster as a metaphor for the turning of. .This book was a departure for author Paul Gallico from other books. I recommend finding his other books.
Author Paul Gallico has created a dark masterpiece where he uses the disaster as a metaphor for the turning of people's seemingly ordinary lives literally upside down and stripping them of their quaint civilized comforts. Reverend Frank "Buzz" Scott leads a rag tag group of people from the dining room to hoped for salvation in the ship's engine rooms and the keel and rescue. The 1970's movie starring Gene Hackman was a very good adaptation of the book.
Paul Gallico’s most popular book is The Poseidon Adventure. Books by Paul Gallico. Showing 30 distinct works. The Poseidon Adventure by. Paul Gallico.
The Poseidon Adventure book. But Paul Gallico was 72 when this book was originally published. He'd lived through the golden age of ocean liner travel, and this is a profoundly cynical story about the vulgar, undignified end of an era. As I was reading, I was thinking about how deeply unpleasant all the characters were.
Poseidon had consisted of squares of frosted glass inset into alternating steel and copper bands, the lights located behind the squares.
Poseidon had consisted of squares of frosted glass inset into alternating steel and copper bands, the lights located behind the squares ith the bodies of the dead or unconscious scattered about in pathetic heaps of clothing that looked as though there was no one in them. They were dead of broken necks and broken backs; unconscious from concussion or skull fracture. Some of the heaps moved feebly, protesting against the pain of shattered limbs and internal injuries.
Gallico's 1969 book The Poseidon Adventure, about a group of passengers attempting to escape from . In contrast, Irwin Allen's motion picture adaptation of Gallico's book was instantly recognized as a great movie of its kind.
In contrast, Irwin Allen's motion picture adaptation of Gallico's book was instantly recognized as a great movie of its kind.
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Paul Gallico (1897–1976) was an American novelist and sportswriter. He founded the Golden Gloves amateur boxing competition, and wrote the book that inspired the movie The Pride of the Yankees, starring Gary Cooper. Gallico is known for his short stories and novels, several of which were adapted to TV and film.
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