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Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010


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New Yorker Vincent Terrace has worked as a researcher for ABC television and has written more than 30 books, including many about television and radio.


Reviews of the first edition: "practically everything you ever wanted to know about television shows has been brought together in this set...a useful and entertaining work"--Booklist

"monumental...a treasure trove...recommended"--
"Terrace is arguably the most prolific developer of television reference material, with more than 30 books to his credit...highly recommended for all libraries"--ARBA

"well-written and well-researched...indispensable and well worth the price"--
Reference Reviews
"it will be a while before anybody tops Vincent Terrace's latest volume on the TV industry...recommended"--SPERDVAC Radiogram

"the most complete such directory ever published...especially useful...a host of details"--
Communication Booknotes Quarterly
"a most marvelous update...a rare gem worth possessing, and a fine addition to any library." Reviews of the second edition: "new and updated entries add character background and storyline development information, and included are announcer-spoken openings"--Reference & Research Book News

"there are aspects not covered in other important addition"--
Communication Booknotes Quarterly.

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